CCTV Cameras


CCTV Cameras

a) Analog PTZ Dome Camera
Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) dome cameras have become the most popular choice for applications that require the ability to position and zoom the camera to a specific area of interest. PTZ domes offer a discreet appearance that blends into any architectural environment, and they pack a lot of performance into a relatively small package.

b) ATM Camera
Security cameras or closed circuit television recorders are placed at ATM machines to provide extra security. The fact that these cameras are present and recording acts as a deterrent to criminals who might attempt to rob ATM customers or damage the ATM to obtain cash.

c) Box Camera
The box security camera is an ultra high resolution CCTV camera made with the new Sony Effio Exview HAD CCD II sensor / image processor which is capable of capturing video at an amazing 680 lines of resolution in color and black & white. The 680DN runs in color during day time operations and switches automatically to black and white for night mode operation. The "Effio" in the new Sony Effio chip that is used in this camera stands for Enhanced Features and Fine Image Processor.

d) Dome Camera
Dome Security Cameras are named for their dome like shape. Dome cameras are commonly used in Surveillance Systems inside of Casinos, Retail Stores, and Restaurants. This is because dome cameras are more fashionable and blend in very well to their surroundings. Because of their dome shape, it is difficult for someone to tell which direction the lens of a Dome Camera is actually aiming. When shopping for a Dome Camera, you should consider if you need night vision, in which case you should look at an infrared dome camera.

e) IR cameras
Today, whether you are a home owner or a business owner, it is more important than ever that you do all that you can to protect your family and your assets. Fortunately, continued technology developments have made it much easier to make sure your family and assets are secure through the use of certain systems such as IR CCTV cameras. These infrared closed circuit TV cameras provide one of the best options for monitoring your premises and capturing images in areas with low light.

f) Vehicle Plate Recognition
Vehicle Plate Recognition is a mass surveillance method that uses optical character recognition on images to read vehicle registration plates. They can use existing closed-circuit television or road-rule enforcement cameras, or ones specifically designed for the task. They are used by various police forces and as a method of electronic toll collection on pay-per-use roads and cataloging the movements of traffic or individuals.