What is closed circuit television (CCTV)?
CCTV, security cameras or video surveillance, is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors.
CCTV involves the transmission of scenes or moving pictures from a video source (such as a camera) by the conversion of light rays to electronic signals. These are transmitted via coaxial cable, fibre-optic cable, twisted pair wire or by microwave links, infrared wireless transmission, radio frequency (RF) wireless transmission, telephone wires, networks and a host of other methods.
Why use Eclectic Security to install your CCTV system?
All our engineers have years of experience working with all types of closed circuit television installations. They have all worked on small domestic installations to large scale industrial projects, even remote area projects using microwave links. No job is too big for our engineers and no job is too complicated. All our engineers specialise in IP CCTV and each install is done with data security measures at the fore.
Eclectic security installation team will always implement a site survey before any Closed circuit television (CCTV) installation. Because we do this we can plan correctly for an installation limiting any potential problems in advance.
We listen to each customer:
By listening to our customers we get a complete understanding of what they want to achieve from a CCTV installation. Listening and understanding the desired outcome of a project puts us in a better position to advise and provide the correct system for each project.
Not just an installation service:
We understand the importance of compliance so we will assist customers with any CCTV policies, DPIA (data protection impact assessments) http://bit.ly/dpia-insight . We also help with ICO (Information Commissioners Office) registration if needed.