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Solar powered Cctv tower in Ashford

Protect your premises with our 24/7 Solar powered Cctv tower in Ashford

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Are you on the lookout for a business that can install and maintain a Solar powered Cctv tower in Ashford?

With our Solar powered Cctv tower in Ashford, you’re not paying for someone to monitor your cameras around the clock, which is impracticable and over the top. Rather, a signal is automatically sent from the site’s monitored CCTV cameras to a monitoring station 24 hours a day, seven days a week, whenever there is any suspicious activity.

As a result, detectors are required to be connected to all monitored CCTV systems. Also, since sites aren’t monitored live 24/7, your employees aren’t being actively observed during working hours at an office with monitored CCTV systems. Our monitoring team will only connect to your site when an alert is set, which means that your privacy is much enhanced in this situation. Modern AI (artificial intelligence) technologies make it feasible to integrate motion detection into the camera itself.

Why choose us for your 24/7 Solar powered Cctv tower in Ashford?

The following four pieces of equipment form the foundation of monitored CCTV systems:

– When it comes to CCTV cameras, you have the option of selecting dome or bullet CCTV cameras, as well as the picture quality (number of megapixels/MP). For normal systems, the standard quality is anywhere between 2 and 5 MP. If you desire 4K quality, there are cameras available with 8 megapixels.

– Detectors: detectors are an essential component of a monitored CCTV system. In order for the remote monitoring crew to know when to examine the cameras, they need a “trigger,” which is provided by the detectors. Infrared beams are a common kind of detector, and more recent security systems also make use of artificial intelligence for detection.

– Digital communicator: when detection takes place, this is the device that is utilised to send a message and link through to the ARC.

– Software for the monitoring station (ARC): this enables the remote monitoring station to remotely examine the site and talk or interact with personnel there in order to ascertain the current state of the activity.

Note that when it comes to the picture quality of CCTV cameras and CCTV monitoring, you need to understand that the monitoring station will receive the “sub stream,” which means that the quality of the images will be highly compressed. As a result, there is not much point in installing super high-spec cameras like 8MP cameras if you want a monitored CCTV system.

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