Matrix Security CCTV systems are the easiest and most affordable solution for both surveillance and monitoring. More people are starting to invest in CCTV systems, both for domestic and commercial use.
A good CCTV system offers around the clock observation and recording both internally and externally. They help protect homes and businesses from criminal activity, as well as inadvertently recording other occurrences, there’s no doubt that CCTV cameras are incredibly useful and worth investing the time and money in.
We can supply wide range of the High Definition HD CCTV systems with an unrivalled picture quality. Depending on your budget, they can deliver resolutions of 720p, all the way up to 8K.
DVR and NVR recorders. DVR stands for Digital Video Recorder, whereas NVR stands for Network Video Recorder as NVR recorders receive a pure digital signal from the cameras, video quality is better than compared to a DVR at the same resolution.
In addition, as Ethernet cables carry audio, all cameras with microphones could record audio to the NVR. Most NVRs are used with IP cameras whereas DVRs are used with Analog cameras. It’s important to note that a DVR based system is a wired security system, whereas NVR systems can be a wired or wireless system.
With so many CCTV solutions to choose from – Matrix Security can help you decide what solution is best suited for your individual needs
Wireless CCTV cameras were created to minimise installation time. They also make the appearance of the camera much tidier, which may be an important factor for locations such as churches, museums or stately homes.
⦁ Easier to install than your average CCTV system
⦁ Discreet and tidy appearance and a less obtrusive fitting
⦁ Images transmitted over internet so can be viewed anywhere
⦁ Secure storage and easy access of archive footage
If a spotless presentation is important in your industry, wireless CCTV cameras are a great security option. Their discreet appearance helps them to blend into the interior. What’s more, there is less set up and camera maintenance required, and footage is transferred via the internet for convenient access.
These 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.
⦁ Footage can be viewed online from anywhere in the world
⦁ Easily accessible archive footage
⦁ Easy setup as co axial cables and a computer station are not required
⦁ Low maintenance
A network or IP CCTV camera is the ideal choice for business owners who are often away from site and on the move. Footage can be viewed from anywhere in the world, via a PC, laptop or mobile phone.
With a PTZ (Pan Tilt & Zoom) camera, your security team can have complete control on what is recorded.
At the touch of a button, the camera lens can pan left and right, tilt up and down or zoom in and out. It’s the ideal choice if you have a security guard who is monitoring a live video feed on site.
This is the best CCTV camera for remote viewing. It is really popular in large retail environments and is regarded as the best CCTV for business premises that have a specific valuable object to protect.
For example, a museum could program the camera to pan to a particular entry or exit point when it detects movement. So even when it is not being controlled remotely, the camera can cover a much larger area and do the same job of several static cameras.