Installing a CCTV system can be a daunting task, but with the right information and equipment, it can be easy. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the basics of CCTV installation, including what to consider when choosing a system and how to install it. If you want a standalone system, that is integrated into your security infrastructure then Network Security is the best choice for you.
When choosing a CCTV system, you need to consider your needs. Do you want a high-resolution system or one that is lower resolution?
And finally, what type of installation do you want? There are three common installation types: fixed installation, mobile installation, and network installation.
Fixed installations are the most common type. They involve installing the camera in one specific location and then linking it to a monitor or recorder. This means that if the camera is moved, the footage will be lost. Fixed installations are good for situations where you know exactly where the camera will be located.
Mobile installations involve moving the camera around. This is useful if you want to cover an area quickly or if you have multiple cameras. The downside is that if the camera is moved, the footage will be lost.
Network installations involve connecting the camera to a network. This is useful if you want to be able to access footage from anywhere in your facility. However, this type of installation can be more difficult than other types, and it requires installing a separate network infrastructure.