What is CCTV?

CCTV stands for Closed Circuit Television. CCTV systems are video surveillance systems used for security purposes. CCTV uses cameras to transmit video signals to a specific set of monitors. These systems are often used in homes, businesses and other public places to help deter crime and keep people safe.

How do I choose the right CCTV system for my needs?

The right CCTV system for your needs will vary depending on your specific requirements. However, some factors to consider when choosing a CCTV system include the size of your property, the level of security you need, and your budget. We usually suggest IP CCTV, which transmits and receives data over the internet or other network. Choice Networks will be happy to speak to you in-depth about your needs and suggest the right CCT installation for your home or business. Contact us today for friendly, honest advise.

What is IP CCTV?

IP CCTV is a system that delivers video surveillance footage over an IP network. This type of system is becoming increasingly popular due to its flexibility and ease of use. IP CCTV systems can be easily integrated with other security systems, such as access control and alarms, making them a powerful tool for security professionals or an accessible choice for any homeowner looking for additional security for their property.

What are the benefits of CCTV?

Benefits of CCTV include the prevention and investigation of crime, the ability to monitor activities, and the deterrence of criminal activity. Some insurance companies will lower your premium if you can provide evidence of a properly installed CCTV system.

How do I install a CCTV system?

It is important to consult with a professional CCTV installer when installing a CCTV system. They will be able to help you choose the right system for your needs and install it correctly. Speak to Choice Networks for a free quote and friendly advice on installing your CCTV system.

What are some tips for using CCTV?

Tips for using CCTV include regularly inspecting and cleaning cameras and lenses, calibrating image quality, positioning cameras to cover as much of the desired area as possible and regularly checking the camera footage for any abnormalities or unexpected activity.