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  • April 29, 2014

    How much footage can my CCTV DVR hold?

    One of the most important things to consider when purchasing a complete CCTV system– and one of the most overlooked- is the question of how much storage you need for your recorder. Just like a computer, most CCTV DVRs are...

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  • April 23, 2014

    Analogue vs Digital Wireless CCTV, which is better?

    Wireless CCTV is a tricky beast, one that can seem simple but have a lot of potential hidden pitfalls when planning and setting up your system. There are a lot of things to consider about the installation itself- such as transmission distances and line of sight- before you can even start navigating the variety of different equipment specifications available. Increasingly, many of these systems on the market are switching advanced Digital Wireless transmission. Whilst this seems quite similar to traditional systems on the face of it, the two types of equipment actually work in a very different way “under the hood”, that has some fairly major knock-on effects on their features…


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  • April 11, 2014

    Ask an Expert: How to set up antenna for wireless CCTV

    Q: Having recently installed a wireless CCTV system on my farm to keep an eye on the barns, I have unfortunately found that the signal is a bit weak, and tends to drop away. The signal does have to go through quite a large external wall to reach the receiver, so I’m guessing this will be having quite a detrimental effect on it’s performance. On the advice of your tech support team I have bought a couple of your high gain antennae to boost the signal. My question is this- can I get some advice on how to set up antenna in order to get the best results from my wireless CCTV system?


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  • November 29, 2013

    Using our DVR internet setup service

    With the seeming ubiquity of smartphones and tablets, we’re used to having access to information right at our fingertips. It’s no surprise then that the latest generation of CCTV equipment has been built with this in mind. Network enabled recorders and IP cameras allow you to easily log in to view your security footage and recordings remotely over the internet, allowing you to keep an eye on your loved ones, property or stock from wherever you are in the world (with wifi or mobile reception, naturally).  Naturally, all of our multi-channel CCTV recorders now feature this remote access. Depending on the model this allows to to view and control cameras over the internet, as well as on mobile devices including iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone handsets. But just how easy is it to get these features up and running?

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  • October 10, 2013

    Ask an Expert: What do IP ratings mean for outdoor CCTV?

    Q: I am looking for an outdoor CCTV system for my property in a very picturesque location on the coast of Scotland. Whilst the views are fantastic, it goes without saying that the local weather can take it’s toll on any equipment left outside. How can I tell which of your products would be suitable for such a location? How would it relate to the quoted “IP Ratings” I can see in the listings?


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