Security Camera Systems – Access Alarms Offers a Great Range
Whether you want security cameras for a residential or commercial setting, we can provide you with the tools to protect your property, your family, your employees and your assets. From simple CCTV camera installations to HD IP camera systems, Access Alarms can customise a solution to meet your needs.
What Kind of Camera Systems Do Access Alarms Offer?
Access Alarms offers both CCTV and HD IP camera systems to suit your needs.
We can also supply a variety of camera types to suit your specific requirements. These include:
› Full body cameras
› IP cameras
› Zoom cameras
› Number plate recognition cameras
› Pan Tilt and Zoom (PTZ) Cameras
Pros and Cons of CCTV Security Cameras
Closed-circuit television cameras, or CCTV security cameras, are an important tool for workplace monitoring and deterring criminal activity. They help to reduce property loss during both business and non-business hours.
CCTV security cameras allow you to monitor and record any event that occurs on your premises, helping to deter acts of burglary, theft, vandalism and assault. A security camera also has the added benefit of decreasing your liability and insurance costs.
While CCTV cameras are simple, they have their downsides. CCTV cameras are analogue, which means they are limited by their channels. Once you exceed their limits, you need to purchase a new recorder, which usually ends up costing as much as the original installation. In addition, CCTV cameras will only provide adequate facial recognition from 4 metres after the focal point.
Advantages of HD Cameras
HD security cameras offer high definition footage, which is why they are becoming more popular in Brisbane. With these cameras, you can really see the difference in the resolution.
An analogue video recorder might run as high as 700 TVL (Television Lines), which offers some clear details. But a digital video recorder, with a capacity of 1080p (High Definition), offers a much wider field of vision, stronger detail and better data storage capacity. In most cases, one HD camera is the equivalent of four analogue cameras, making HD security cameras better quality.