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  • Tips for Home Security at Christmas
    December 5, 2018

    Tips for Home Security at Christmas

    During the season of good will to all men, it can be so easy to get caught up in the festive spirit, and forget to take simple precautions against crime. Nobody really wants to be thinking of such things during...

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  • Are you ready for the new abattoir CCTV regulations?
    September 28, 2018

    Are you ready for the new abattoir CCTV regulations?

    After years of sustained campaigning from animal rights groups, earlier this year saw the government pass sweeping regulations to require all slaughterhouses to install CCTV systems. The hope is that the increased monitoring can not only help prosecute abuses, but...

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  • December 16, 2016

    What resolution do I need for CCTV?

    So, you’ve planned out how many cameras you need to cover your property and what night vision range they need- what next? One of the most important things to plan when shopping for a new security system is what CCTV...

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  • October 24, 2014

    6 Helpful Tips for Best Night Vision CCTV Cameras

    Don’t forget! This coming Sunday is the end of British Summer Time, meaning the clocks go back an hour, and everyone is blessed with another hour’s sleep. Unfortunately the downside to this is that night falls much quicker in the...

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  • June 6, 2014

    Spy Camera Scenario: Using an IR repeater for CCTV


    I help manage a small warehouse property on a trading estate. Recently there has been some break-ins on other properties on the estate, so we are now looking at improving our security systems. We have a small security office by the entrance of the property, across the car park from the warehouse, and want to have security monitors in this office viewing 4 cameras in the warehouse. Unfortunately we can’t run a cable, as it would have to pass over the car park, and we still need vandal proof cameras, so we’ve been told wired cameras with transmitters are the way to go. The prices for 4 transmitter packs however are quite expensive, and way beyond our budget. Are there any ways we can have a similar set up for within our budget, perhaps using an IR repeater?


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  • June 3, 2014

    Using CCTV microphones to capture audio

    Perhaps counterintuitively, one of the things that often separates professional security cameras from lower quality CCTV equipment is that professional cameras almost never feature built-in microphones. Whilst the most basic wireless cameras have compact built-in microphones, even the most fully-specced...

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