CCTV - FAQ & Glossary
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As a result of installing quality equipment, ensures reliability, extra functionality that provides the customer with bespoke system and enabling the intruder alarm to gain a police force response.
Also providing an annual maintenance plan will ensure customers ‘peace of mind’ that the system will function correctly in accordance of with industry standards.
GBSG Ltd provides the support of a 24 hour manned offices and the availability of professionally trained engineers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
There are a wide range of systems and options available and as a result we always provide a free site survey to provide a bespoke system that fully suits your needs.
Contact us to arrange a free security review and proposal. GB Security Group will work within the standards to produce an effective system without compromise.
Flexible options are available regarding method of payment. As well as standard payment (options include cheque, credit card or BACS), we also offer direct debit, rental and leasing contracts. We can discuss these in detail when we make a proposal.
CCTVThe acronym for Closed Circuit Television
Detector activated CCTVUsed for remotely monitored systems. When a detector senses movement the system sends an alarm to the monitoring station along with images of the cause.
Dome CameraA type of camera that allows
Dome CameraA camera, named after its dome shaped housing, permitting 360 degree movement
Fixed CameraA camera that has no pan or tilt movement, usede for viewing a specific area
IPInternet protocol, a method for communicating between networked devices.
MultiplexerThe hardware used to receive multiple CCTV inputs, allowing multiple cameras to be viewed and controlled with one monitor and controller
PTZPan / Tilt / Zoom - the range of movement options on CCTV cameras
RVRCRemote Video Receiving Centre - An approved centre for the remote monitoring of CCTV systems
TransmitterThe main hardware for controlling a remotely monitored CCTV system and transmitting the video and alarms to the remote site
Video AnalyticsComputer intelligence applied to video images to provide information, such as where people are moving in the image.
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