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CCTV stands for “Closed-Circuit Television.” It is a system that uses cameras to capture video footage and transmit it to a limited set of monitors or recording devices. The term “closed-circuit” refers to the fact that the video feed is not openly broadcasted but is instead transmitted to specific locations or devices within a closed network.

The type of system should be designed with the purpose in mind along side environmental conditions. Our surveyors are trained to match the right equipment to your system’s needs.

Digital CCTV refers to the utilization of a storage medium for the images, typically a hard drive within a DVR (Digital Video Recorder). This is not being too confused with IP video cameras which refer to the transport medium used to connect with the recording device.

DVR means Digital Video Recorder. This is the recording device that replaced the old video records that used tapes.

This is a type of based Video Analytics. It is able to see movement within the scene and can execute an action; like increase the record rate or email a picture etc… Basic Video Motion is not suited to external use as objects such as trees will cause it to trigger.

Yes, most DVR’s these days include remote viewing software. All you will need is a broadband line to which the DVR gets connected to.

Remote monitoring is the linking of your site to our Video Control room where they can see and control the CCTV whilst having the ability to issue warnings over a speaker system.

Cyber Pro does not offer any credit facilities.

Payment to be received in 2 parts. 65% deposit before commencement and the remaining 35% balance After finishing the Installation.

All components remain the property of Cyber Pro until full payment has been made.

Yes. All of our cameras have infrared capabilities, depending on your budget you can buy cameras which give a better quality at night/dark and see a further distance.

The short answer is as long as you want. All data is recorded to a built in hard drive, the bigger the hard drive, the longer your images will be saved. A 1TB hard drive should record four cameras (depending on frame rates) for one month. Therefore, it will record one camera for over four weeks.

Nothing. Your Digital Video Recorder will record over old images when the hard drive is full. So if you have capacity to record for 30 days, on day 31, day 1 recordings will be deleted to make room on the hard drive for day 31 recordings.

In a normal domestic situation, using motion detection could add weeks to your storage time, but there’s a price to pay. You’ll need to have the sensitivity on your motion detection quite high to ensure that you don’t miss anything. Increasing the sensitivity will mean that you will also record rain and possibly wind, especially if your cameras point to anything that moves in the wind.