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G24/7 Security provide customized CCTV camera solutions to businesses throughout the Canberra metropolitan area.

We offer a range of CCTV camera surveillance options for your home in Sydney. We know buying security products can be confusing, that’s why we only work with the best products, and we ensure:

– cameras with a minimum of at least 5MP in resolution

– comes with 2 year manufacturer warranty

– are fitted and cabled neatly and cleanly

– respect for your property with careful consideration to avoid damages

– you get what we promise

– and the best after-sales service should you have any questions about your installed system

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Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S).

You can address OH&S requirements with a video surveillance system that helps you provide a secure and safe working environment for your employees and visitors. Furthermore, it can also help gather evidence when investigating OH&S injury claims.

Advantages of CCTV Systems for Business

  • Accessibility – Live feeds can give you the ability to quickly and easily view access points in multiple areas of your facility.
  • Profitability – With digital video surveillance, you can have greater control over loss from workplace theft of accidents. It may also help lower liability and insurance costs, especially when being sued.
  • Productivity – Surveillance can discourage workplace violence, harassment and poor customer service.
  • Reliability – New technology mean no more broken or worn-out tapes, and no more costly maintenance.
  • Remote access – Many units can help you oversee your business from anywhere you have remote connectivity.

The cameras send the information on the data it captures to the DVR or NVR. The video record then:

  • transmits the information to the screen
  • records the information on the hard disc
  • connects to a router which broadcasts it across the web

This broadcasting is what allows you to access your feed from any computer, iphone or android device.

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Cameras on an modern analog CCTV system send their video in the traditional base band format over coax or UTP cabling back to a digital video recorder (DVR). Here, video is digitized and stored on hard drives. Most modern DVRs can allow the streaming to be accessed remotely from the LAN, or with the proper configuration, from across the internet.

IP or Digital video cameras broadcast their video as a digital stream over an IP network. Like an analog system, video is recorded on hard drives, but since the video is an IP stream straight from the camera, there is more flexibility as to how and where that video is recorded. The DVR is replaced with an NVR (network video recorder), which in some cases is just software since it doesn’t need to convert analog to digital. Video footage can then be stored on hard drives as directed by the NVR software.

Why choose an analog system?

cost is generally lower. Analog in general is lower quality up to 800TVL only (quite pixellated)

What is HDCVI / HDTVI?

These newer technologies allow digital signals to be communicated over COAX cables and thus you are able to use old cables to transmit the data. These are commonly used to upgrade old systems to up to 5MP or even 4K clarity. They are usually more cost effective than upgrading to a completely IP based system.

Why choose a completely digital system?

The data for these cameras are transmitted over CAT5/CAT6 cables instead. They run back to an NVR. They are more complicated to set up, but can utilise IP addresses to pull in data from other camera sources (don’t have to be local)