CCTV Pros Cape Town
Offenders will think twice before entering your property with CCTV cameras.

CCTV Pros Cape Town
59 George St, Cape Town, 7139
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Knowing what is happening on your property is necessary in keeping your property safe against potential criminals. CCTV camera systems allow you to keep an eye on activity on your home or business premises wherever you are.
Watching your property on high resolution will keep you one step ahead of prospective criminals.
CCTV camera Installers Cape Town
A local CCTV installer will give you various security solutions and setups:

- Residential properties
- Site jobs
- Warehouses
- Retail sites
- High-level access environments
- Offices

Installation companies in Cape Town will provide you with an all- inclusive price quote to buy or rent a CCTV system.

Hiring CCTV equipment is no trouble at all, you just simply pay a monthly fee.
Why put in CCTV security cameras for your office or home?
Crime in South Africa is something we have to deal with on a frequent basis, the more protection you have on your property the less likely you will be affected. Protecting your home and office with CCTV security cameras is an excellent layer of protection.

CCTV systems leave customers as well as employees feeling safe on your property, the cameras will also urge team members to be on their very best behaviour at all times.

When offenders know that they are on camera, they will want to go elsewhere to carry out their crime.

Security camera types(360, HD, Night Vision)
In order for your CCTV security systems to be effective, your equipment needs to be of top quality. Determining which cameras to install will be decided by closely examining your security needs.

HD CCTV cameras
HD (high definition) CCTV cameras give you outstanding image resolution and make it easy to recognize suspects and abnormal activities. HD CCTV provides criminal investigators with a very clear image resolution to make out tiny details as well as numbers important for a conviction.

60 Degree cameras
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Analogue CCTV camera systems
An Analogue camera is fantastic for keeping an eye on your home or place of work. The low resolution allows for general activity monitoring but will not be able to detect little details.

360 Degree CCTV cameras
Rain and fog don't impact these camera images, they are still of top quality irrespective of the weather condition. These cameras not only record a 360 degree view of the area but also everything around the camera.

Night vision surveillance cameras
Night Vision CCTV cameras record top quality images irrespective of how dark it is, they use infrared lights to do this and are great for keeping an eye on your property at any time of the night.

Wired vs Wireless Options
Deciding on a CCTV unit can be exciting but first make a decision whether you want a wired or a wireless unit.
Both wired and wireless units come with their own set of pros and cons, this decision will have to be made with your security needs in mind.

Wired CCTV Camera Systems
Wired CCTV camera units are suitable for larger sized buildings where you are equipped to run wires for power, video transmission and internet connection.

Benefits and drawbacks to Wired CCTV units

- Dependable
- Setup time may possibly be long
- Well-suited to large buildings needing several cameras
- Equipped to link several cameras whenever needed
- Affected by power interruptions
- Does not have flexibility

Wireless Camera Options
A wireless system is used to send your security footage which is kept on the cloud. In order to have a wireless CCTV security camera system you will need to have a WiFi network and a power source for the camera system to connect to.

Benefits and drawbacks to Wireless CCTV systems

- Setup time is quick
- Requires a sturdy wireless signal
- Incredibly flexible and ideal for renters
- Affected by interference, giving blurred images
- Work only on a small area
- Like wired systems, they're impacted by power interruptions

- Like wired systems, they're impacted by power interruptions
- Affected by interference, giving blurred images
- Work only on a small area
- Requires a sturdy wireless signal
- Incredibly flexible and ideal for renters
- Setup time is quick

CCTV Installations Process
CCTV setup procedure overview:

Evaluation and estimate

Your local CCTV surveillance camera company will execute a site visitation and evaluation of your space They will then make a professional recommendation on the most ideal kind of CCTV system for your needs. An obligation- free quote will be provided to you and work can begin as soon as you have accepted and provided the go- ahead.

Mounting of CCTV cameras
The CCTV expert will select main locations on your grounds and then mount the security cameras.

Wire and cable setup procedure
Once the cameras have been mounted in the key areas, the wires and cables will be attached.

Connection and test of the CCTV unit
Immediately after your CCTV unit is up and running, the contractor will connect and test the unit.

Last handover procedure
You will be shown the last product and the CCTV technician will teach you how it works and how to use it. Once you have signed off the installation, the last handover is complete

Top CCTV brand names in S.
South Africa's major CCTV brand names:

- Hikvision
- Avigilon
- Samsung
- Dahua
- Axis
- Sunell

The best way to select the CCTV system that best suits you

Residential camera installations require some thought on the location of the cameras. If you are needing to monitor an area like your door or gate, an Analogue camera will be best.

Need a camera to keep an eye on your gate and driveway but don't have a big budget?The Analogue camera is best.
The 60 degree camera is best if you are looking to keep an eye on a very small place or activity in a particular area.
360 degree cameras would be most ideal if you want to view activity to the left and right of the camera as well.


Industrial CCTV units are typically more complex than residential ones. If you are needing to determine tiny details like numbers or facial features then industrial CCTV camera units are better suited for you.
You may need a night vision camera in which case you will be able to receive very clear images no matter the time.

The best way to select the best CCTV Company

Determine whether you would like to rent or buy a CCTV unit before determining on a provider. Some service providers offer both of these options, while others only offer one.
If you would like after sales service as well as a warranty, make sure the business you have selected to go with provides these.

Have a careful look at what is included in your CCTV camera unit installation, do they provide uninterrupted power supplies, cables and connectors?
Throughout the site visit the CCTV expert will make good recommendations for your CCTV camera needs.
Make sure you feel at ease with the CCTV company you have chosen to install your CCTV camera unit.

Could I install my own CCTV unit?

Yes, you would be able to set up your own CCTV unit but it would take a lot longer compared to a specialist installer. Mounting the cameras and connecting the cables properly can prove to be challenging.

Mounting the cameras in the incorrect areas will mean that they are not able to keep an eye on the entire area. Your installation will be done in 1 day at a cost effective price with a professional CCTV company.

Q - The cost of a CCTV unit?
A - The cost of a CCTV unit is dependent on a number of things, one being whether you rent or buy your unit.

Q - Do CCTV security cameras stop crime.

A - CCTV camera units function as a large preventive against crime. A criminal would rather break into a premises with no cameras. Incorporating CCTV camera units to your property will not only prevent criminals but it will also give your family a better sense of security in their property.

Q - Why should I have a CCTV unit in my office if I already have good security?

A - Do not think your security personnels are watching everything ALL THE TIME. Your CCTV unit will observe your premises constantly without break. Your team members will be on their finest behaviour all day knowing the CCTV cameras are monitoring the premises.

Q - The time it takes to mount a CCTV camera security unit.
A - The size of your buildings will determine how long the installation will take, on average CCTV installations only take a few hours and you should have your CCTV working within the same day.

Q- Do CCTV camera units add market value to a house?
A - Without a doubt, it does. It is another very good security feature that makes the home's occupants feel safer and more secure.

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