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  1. 1.Dome Cameras: Dome-shaped cameras are often used in indoor security systems. They are discreet and can be easily mounted on ceilings.

     

    2.Bullet Cameras: Bullet cameras are cylindrical in shape and are commonly used for outdoor surveillance. They are noticeable and often act as a deterrent.

     

    3.PTZ Cameras (Pan-Tilt-Zoom): These cameras can be remotely controlled to pan, tilt, and zoom, allowing for flexible surveillance coverage. They are often used in larger areas.

     

    4.Box Cameras: Box cameras are versatile and can be used in various environments. They are often used with different lenses for specific surveillance needs.

     

    5.Wireless Cameras: These cameras transmit video signals wirelessly, which can be useful in situations where running cables is impractical.

     

    6.Network/IP Cameras: These cameras connect to the internet and can be accessed remotely. They are often used for advanced features like remote monitoring and video analytics.

     

    7.High-Definition (HD) Cameras: HD cameras provide clearer and more detailed images, making them suitable for situations where image quality is crucial.

     

    8.Infrared/Night Vision Cameras: Equipped with infrared LEDs, these cameras can capture images in low-light or no-light conditions.

     

    9.360-Degree Cameras: These cameras capture panoramic views and are suitable for wide-area surveillance without blind spots.

     

    10.ANPR Cameras (Automatic Number Plate Recognition): Designed to capture and recognize license plate numbers, these cameras are commonly used in traffic monitoring and law enforcement.

     

    11.Thermal Cameras: These cameras detect heat signatures, making them useful in low-visibility conditions or for perimeter security.

     

    12.Discreet/Hidden Cameras: These cameras are designed to be inconspicuous and are often used for covert surveillance.

     

     

                                                                                      (CAMERA SETUP)

     

    1.Define Objectives:

     

    Identify the purpose of your CCTV system, such as security monitoring, deterrence, or incident recording.

    Determine the areas you want to cover and the level of detail required.

     

    2.Site Survey:

     

    Conduct a site survey to identify the best camera placements.

    Consider lighting conditions, potential obstructions, and the desired field of view.

     

    3.Choose Cameras:

     

    Select the appropriate types of cameras based on your requirements.

    Consider factors such as resolution, low-light performance, and environmental durability.

     

    4.DVR/NVR Selection:

     

    Choose a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) or Network Video Recorder (NVR) based on your camera types.

    Ensure it has sufficient storage capacity for recording and supports your desired features.

     

    5.Camera Installation:

     

    Mount cameras securely, ensuring they have a clear view of the target areas.

    Connect cameras to the DVR/NVR using appropriate cables.

    Adjust camera angles and focus for optimal performance.

     

    6.Power Supply:

     

    Ensure cameras have a stable power source.

    Consider using uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) to prevent downtime during power outages.

     

    7.Network Setup (For IP Cameras):

     

    Configure network settings for IP cameras and ensure they are connected to the network.

    Set up remote access for viewing footage over the internet.

     

    8.Storage Configuration:

     

    Configure DVR/NVR settings for recording schedules, motion detection, or continuous recording.

    Set up storage retention policies to manage space efficiently.

     

    Monitoring Station:

     

    9.Set up a dedicated monitoring station with a display for real-time surveillance.

    Install CCTV management software for centralized control.

     

    10.Testing and Calibration:

     

    Test each camera to ensure it captures the desired footage.

    Calibrate motion detection settings to reduce false alarms.

     

    11.Maintenance:

     

    Regularly check and clean cameras to maintain image quality.

    Update firmware/software for cameras and recorders to patch security vulnerabilities.

     

    12.Legal Considerations:

     

    Familiarize yourself with local privacy laws and regulations regarding surveillance systems.

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