Our experts provide a comprehensive project assessment to determine the needs of your business, and work with you to design the security camera solution that's right for your unique application:
Dome:A dome CCTV camera gets its name from the dome-shaped casing that the camera sits in. Whilst these are relatively discreet CCTV cameras in appearance, this doesn't stop them from deterring criminals. This is because the dome casing makes it really difficult for people to see which direction the camera is pointing. This creates an air of uncertainty for potential thieves or vandals approaching from all directions.
Bullet:Bullet CCTV cameras have an iconic design that is highly visible. They are cylindrical in shape and are capable of observing long distances. Bullet cameras are most commonly placed outdoors so their casings are made resistant to water, dust and dirt.
C-Mount:C-Mount CCTV cameras are the ideal option for those who may wish to adapt the field of vision. They are equipped with detachable lenses that can be switched around to monitor varying distances. C-Mount cameras are typically bulky so, like bullet cameras, act as a visible deterrent to criminal activity.
Floodlight Cameras:These are cameras with a large floodlight that turns on when the camera does. This helps them capture clearer video and potentially scare away intruders. They can be hardwired to existing lighting wires or powered by an outlet.
Infrared / Night VisionThese infrared/night-vision CCTV cameras have the ability to see through pitch black conditions using Infrared LEDs. These cameras are ideal to be used outside and at night where lighting is nearly zero.
Network/IPThese cameras share live footage across the internet so images can be easily accessed from anywhere on the globe. The bandwidth of the video is compressed, in order to make the online feed reliable. Archive footage is stored on network video recorders (NVRs) or on secure software for later access.
Hidden / Spy:Is a still or video camera used to record people without their knowledge. The camera may be "hidden" because it is not visible to the subject being filmed, or is disguised as another object. Such a camera may not be visible to the subject, for example, because it is fitted with a long-focus lens and located beyond the view of the subject, or located, say, behind a two-way mirror. Hidden cameras can be built into commonly used objects such as television sets, smoke detectors, alarm clocks, motion detectors, ink pen caps, plants, and mobile phones. Hidden cameras may be used for household surveillance devices and may also be used commercially or industrially as spying.
Explosion Proof / Anti-Corrosion:Our Explosion-Proof and Anti-Corrosion Security Cameras can withstand a blast incident. As powerful as reinforced stainless steel. Our logistics processes, services, tools and systems in combination with strategic CCTV Security camera locations help you to meet your security needs and achieve security with much more accuracy.
Wireless / Stand-alone:You may be looking at security cameras for a purpose other than security and safety. You can install cameras for observation related uses, such as watching after animals in a zoo or animal sanctuary, live streaming a sporting event, or time-lapse capture of a construction project. Whether you want to capture video or snapshots, our cameras can handle any task.
Varifocal(Zoom) / Flexible PTZ:Enterprises have long been looking for solutions to monitor large areas of their premises from all directions to ensure 360-degree security. Talking of 360 degrees there is only one camera that comes in mind that is the PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) Camera. Well, many other cameras available in the market but the PTZ cameras have time and again proved to be one of the best outdoor security solutions for monitoring large areas.
These cameras are a great choice for outdoor applications such as:
Parking Lots, Garages, Rooftops, Construction Sites, Railway and Bus Stations, Airports, Roads.