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Access Intruder Systems Ltd
Suite 12, Fairways House
Mount Pleasant Road
t. 023 8055 2999
freephone 0800 999 7 247
f. 023 8067 7999
CCTV images of people, and information about people derived from images, are covered by the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA).
The Information Commissioner’s Office provides guidance on CCTV and the DPA for organisations and for members of the public.
A CCTV (closed circuit television) system is one of the most efficient methods of protecting your home or business from theft or damage and may reduce your insurance and liability payments too.
With the wide range of CCTV visual monitoring equipment now available, it is more important than ever that you seek the right advice for your particular needs.
When designing your CCTV system we will need to consider the type of camera lens and recording/monitoring system best suited to your application - and the legality of the system. Having video evidence of a crime can improve the likelihood of a conviction and the Police will routinely seek out CCTV recordings when crimes are reported, but at the same time they suggest that:
Access Intruder Systems have the experience and expertise to work with you to ensure your selection of equipment meets your specific requirements in all aspects, taking you through a maze of options such as:
Analogue or Digital? Conventional analogue cameras connected via coaxial cable are ideal if you are require a simple stand alone local system, whilst IP cameras (LAN/WAN) are more flexible and allow you to view live CCTV images remotely over the internet and record images on to a PC on the same network.
Colour or Monochrome? Security cameras capable of colour generally require a higher level of lighting than their monochrome (black & white) counterparts. Whereas colour cameras give the advantage of being able to easily distinguish and detect objects simply by their colour, monochrome cameras offer a higher degree of resolution in lower light conditions, often making these the ideal choice for areas that are often in shadow.
Overt or Covert cameras? Covert cameras are so tiny they cannot easily be seen. Some are disguised as a different device altogether, such as a smoke detector or PIR.
Day/Night cameras switch from colour to black & white depending on lighting levels. They are ideal for variable lighting conditions.
Night Vision cameras have their own light source in a light spectrum that can't be seen by the naked eye. These cameras are ideal for small areas with no light.
Outdoor cameras have hardened, waterproof outer bodies to weather even extreme conditions.
Speed Dome cameras (pan, tilt, zoom) offer maximum flexibility by allowing the remote control of where the camera points and what it focuses on.
Vandal Proof cameras come in hardened cases that can resist the toughest physical abuse.
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