CCTV Camera

"A self-contained surveillance system comprising cameras recorders store or company."


CCTV Camera

The security cameras of a CCTV system are obviously a vital component. But the truth is that not all security camera types are created equal, nor do they all have the same features. There are many different security cameras on the market that are designed to support different applications and mounting option, and it is up to you to choose the security camera that best supports our installation requirements. Regardless of if you are using adome camera, bullet camera, covert camera, or PTZ camera products; you need to evaluate each security camera type and their features. These features could include their resolution, power type, lens type, mounting option, or any other unique features that are relevant. Security cameras in general are simple to mount, easy to power, fast to connect. So the more you understand the needs of the areas you are trying to secure, the easier it will be for you to choose the right security cameras for your project.



CCTV uses components that are directly connected to generate, transmit, display, and store video data. A CCTV system can be as simple as a camera purchased from a retail electronics store connected to a video monitor

  • Cameras
  • Lenses
  • Monitors
  • Housings and mounts
  • Switchers and multiplexers
  • Video recorders



Details of the proposed repair service to be provided including contact names and telephone numbers.

  • Customer Needs and Requests
  • Cover only within site boundaries
  • Optimisation of camera tracking and focus
  • Identifying faults in video transmission systems
  • Fault finding techniques
  • Diagnosing and rectifying common faults.


The system design proposal shall include recommendations for the scheduled maintenance of the CCTV system or individual components including details of the frequency of any maintenance visits and a list of the work to be carried out during each visit

  • System History since last maintenance visit checked
  • Cameras, lenses and housing checked and cleaned
  • Recording and playback quality checked
  • Lenses and pictures checked for correct field of view and adjusted
  • All CCTV control equipment checked
  • Signs of deterioration or damage checked for, through visual inspection.

Security saving tips

  • Make sure all windows are fitted with key-operated window locks.
  • Check that all windows and doors are locked before going to bed.
  • Never leave keys in window or door locks..
  • Hide expensive equipment, such as mobile phones and laptops, from view. .
  • Keep your valuables in a safe place and out of sight.
  • Set a timer to switch your lights on and off at varying intervals when you're out to make it look like someone is at home.