CCTV Pros Johannesburg
CCTV cameras are a good preventive against opportunistic criminals looking to get into your property.

CCTV Pros Johannesburg
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By knowing what is happening on your property, you can avoid most criminal incidents. With CCTV you can keep an eye on your property wherever you are.
Observing your property on high resolution will keep you one step ahead of possible criminals.
CCTV camera system Installers Johannesburg
A CCTV installer will offer a variety of security camera system options in many different settings:

- Homes
- Workplaces
- Warehouses
- High-level access environments
- Site jobs
- Retail sites

A really good CCTV installation company in Johannesburg will quote you on one of two options, hiring a CCTV system or buying one.

Renting CCTV equipment is easy and you simply pay a monthly fee.
Why put in CCTV security camera systems for your office or home?
South Africa's crime rate is very high, CCTV security cameras will give your house another layer of protection against this crime. CCTV security cameras provide you with an excellent layer of security for both the home and office.

Not only will your CCTV system prevent your business from being impacted by crime, it will also give your customers a sense of security and motivate workers to be on their best behaviour.

CCTV systems will put off criminals from commiting a crime on your property, as they would not like to be recorded on camera.

Types of Security Cameras (HD, 360, Night Vision)
Good quality equipment will ensure an efficient CCTV security system. Determining which cameras to install will be decided by closely reviewing your security needs.

HD(High Definition) cameras
HD (high definition) CCTV cameras make it easy to determine suspects and activities out of the ordinary. HD cameras provide very clear images, making it easy for criminal investigators to see information they would not have been able to see before.

60 Degree CCTV cameras
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Analogue CCTV video cameras
An Analogue camera is perfect for observing your property or office. This basic camera is most ideal for observing general activity but will not be able to identify smaller details.

360 Degree CCTV cameras
Rain and fog don't affect these camera images, they are still of top quality no matter the weather. The 360 Degree cameras give you a total view of the area being monitored as well as the area around the camera.

Night vision CCTV video cameras
The majority of people need to be able to look at their CCTV cameras after dark, this can be challenging in the dark. The Night Vision cameras use infrared lights to capture clear and crisp images irrespective of how dark.

Wired vs Wireless Camera Options
Prior to choosing your CCTV unit, you need to think of whether you want a wireless or wired unit.
There are benefits and drawbacks to both types and it will all depend on your needs.

Wired CCTV Units
Wired CCTV systems are ideally suited to larger properties and need cables for the video transmission, power and internet connection.

Advantages and disadvantages to Wired CCTV systems

- Dependable
- Well-suited to large size buildings needing several cameras
- Setup time can possibly be lengthy
- Impacted by power outages
- Does not have flexibility
- Equipped to link several cameras whenever needed

Wireless CCTV Camera Options
Wireless CCTV camera systems do not have any cables, they work through a wireless system, transferring security footage which is saved 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.

Advantages and disadvantages to Wireless CCTV Cameras

- Very flexible and ideal for renters
- Like wired systems, they're impacted by power outages
- Impacted by interference, giving blurry pictures
- Work only on a limited area
- Needs a powerful wireless signal
- Setup time is quick

CCTV Installations Process
CCTV installation process overview:

Assessment and quotation of CCTV camera unit

A site visitation will take place on confirmation of time and place, the evaluation will be on the space you require the camera installation. You will then receive a recommendation on the CCTV system that will work best in your space. An obligation- free quotation will be provided to you and work can commence as soon as you have accepted and provided the go- ahead.

Mounting CCTV camera systems
The CCTV professional will begin by mounting the CCTV cameras in important spots on your premises.

Wire and cable installation process
As soon as the security cameras have been mounted, the cables and wires can be placed and attached.

Connection and testing
Your CCTV camera security unit should now be operating and your CCTV specialist will connect all the elements and test to guarantee that everything is functioning.

Last handover
The unit will now be handed over to you by the technician, you will be taught how the unit works and how to use it successfully. The last handover will be done once you are satisfied with the installation and have signed it off.

Top-notch CCTV brands in S.
South Africa's leading CCTV brands:

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

How to select the right CCTV cameras for your property
Residential Properties

A CCTV camera unit for a residential property will need to involve some thought on exactly where the cameras will be placed. Monitoring an area such as a gate or driveway will require an analogue camera.

A more inexpensive alternative would be the Analogue camera.
The 60 degree camera is built to keep an eye on very small spaces or activity in specific areas.
360 degree cameras would be best if you want to view activity to the left and right of the camera too.

CCTV Camera Units for Commercial Properties

Commercial CCTV systems do need some extra thought and work as they are a lot more complex than domestic ones. If you are needing to identify small details like numbers or facial features then industrial CCTV camera system systems are best suited for you.
You may need a night vision camera system in which case you will be able to obtain very clear images no matter the time.

Choosing the most suitable CCTV Company for you

Deciding on the absolute best business is a vital step in getting the right CCTV for you but before anything else you will need to decide whether you want to buy or hire a camera unit. Some business don't offer both options, you will need to find out what they offer before anything else.
A warranty and after sales service is not offered by all business, so if this is important to you make sure your selected business provides these.

Have a careful look at what is provided in your CCTV camera unit installation, do they provide uninterrupted power supplies, cables and connectors?
The CCTV service provider should also be able to make great suggestions for your CCTV camera system needs, considering the layout of your premises.
And lastly you should feel comfortable with the CCTV service provider you have chosen.

Will I be able to install my own CCTV unit?

Setting up your own CCTV unit is an alternative but it will take you a lot longer to perform the installation. You may find it challenging to mount the cameras and connect the cables.

Also, you may not know the best areas to place the cameras and this could mean that your cameras do not pick up the entire area. Expert CCTV companies will perform the installation process in 1 day and the fees are budget-friendly.

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 hire or buy your unit.

Q - Can CCTV camera systems help prevent crime?

A - CCTV camera systems serve as a large preventive against crime. A criminal would rather enter a premises with no cameras. Adding CCTV camera systems to your property will not only prevent criminals but it will also give your family members a better sense of security in their household.

Q - I already have great security in my office space, why should I have a CCTV unit too.

A - Do not think your security personnels are watching everything ALL THE TIME. A CCTV unit monitors the activities of your staff members and guests at all times. CCTV cameras will ensure that your staff members are on their absolute best behaviour.

Q - How long does it take to set up a CCTV camera security unit?
A - Depending on the overall size of your premises, the installation process normally takes only a few hours. So, you could have an operating CCTV unit within a day!

Q- Does a CCTV camera unit add market value to my property?
A - CCTV camera systems add market value to any property, they make loved ones feel safe and secure.

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