CCTV / Surveillance

Physical security protection over the network is becoming increasingly important as smart home technology and digital transformation in business gains pace. Internet Protocol (IP) enabled cameras simply connect to your network, allowing remote management and archiving of video footage on regular storage devices such as PCs, NAS boxes and in the cloud.

Bullet CCTV Cameras

Physical security protection over the network is becoming increasingly important as smart home technology and digital transformation in business gains pace. Internet Protocol (IP) enabled cameras simply connect to your network, allowing remote management and archiving of video footage on regular storage devices such as PCs, NAS boxes and in the cloud.

These cameras are designed for outdoor use and can feature motion detection, infra-red (IR) for night use and either IP, WiFi or CCTV type connectivity.

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Dome/Fisheye CCTV Cameras

Physical security protection over the network is becoming increasingly important as smart home technology and digital transformation in business gains pace. Internet Protocol (IP) enabled cameras simply connect to your network, allowing remote management and archiving of video footage on regular storage devices such as PCs, NAS boxes and in the cloud.

These cameras are designed for outdoor use often featuring pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) motion detection, infra-red (IR) for night use and can feature either IP, WiFi or CCTV type connectivity.

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CCTV DVRs / Network NVR's

Physical security protection over the network is becoming increasingly important as smart home technology and digital transformation in business gains pace. Internet Protocol (IP) enabled cameras simply connect to your network, allowing remote management and archiving of video footage on regular storage devices such as PCs, NAS boxes and in the cloud.

Dedicated recording devices for analogue or IP-enabled surveillance solutions are ideal if you want to keep your camera system entirely separate foremother systems you may have. If you have IP cameras then you can also consider a NAS box to record and store archive video footage.

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