CCTV Installation & Home Security Camera Systems New Zealand
What Is CCTV?
CCTV refers to equipment that enables the transmission of video signals in a private network. In New Zealand, this type of technology is mostly used to monitor properties and prevent crime. From small-scale units to larger-scale CCTV systems, the use of surveillance security is growing in popularity. It can be used anywhere, from home settings to commercial areas such as schools, office buildings and event venues.
The technology behind CCTV security systems is constantly being improved and in today’s increasingly digital world, it’s important to include digital technology in your system, as it allows it to become more efficient and flexible while produced higher quality images – something that will come in handy when identifying a suspect. A full security camera system is typically made up of four parts, namely:
- The camera, which is the “eye” of the operation.
- A transmission device, which moves the images from the camera to a recording or viewing device.
- Monitors, which can be used to view footage, both in real-time and after it’s been recorded.
- A recording system, which archives footage for later viewing.
Why You Should Consider A CCTV Installation
You only have one set of eyes, right? Video footage is a popular component of 21st- century security systems for a good reason. A security camera system allows you to have more than that one set of eyes, with state-of-the-art electronic equipment on the lookout for you and covering every corner of your property. This way, you don’t miss a thing – even if you blink!
Trust the dedicated experts at ISS to help you plan and seamlessly execute a high-quality CCTV installation. Contact us on 09 443 1255 today.