The operational requirement is key for the system design; the choice of what camera and associated equipment are required for an installation depends upon the following areas when designing the system.
- Threat assessment.
- Area coverage.
- Operator’s tasks.
For CCTV to be effective the right equipment must be specified for the right application,
whether installing a single camera or a complex integrated computer based system being monitored remotely.
Blue Chip Security Ltd has an extensive range of internal or external cameras from fixed overt cameras available in monochrome (black white) or colour through to the high performance switchable colour/mono cameras capable of moving at up to 400 degree per second and zooming in over a considerable area.
Dome cameras make it very difficult for a perpetrator to determine exactly where the camera is facing.
ALARM INPUTS EXTERNAL BEAMS / CONTACTS
To enable cameras to rotate to pre-set positions without the use of an operator, alarm contacts or detectors can be installed.
Recommended object size as per BS/EN 50132-7.
The correct lens is critical for the size of the object (target)
to be viewed and the lighting conditions.
In order to provide the clearest possible image in relation to the operator’s task, the following areas will be considered:
e.g. identification, recognition, detection or monitoring of the selected area when planning a system.
For discreet surveillance blue chip security ltd provides a range of covert cameras located in a range of suitable enclosures to blend into the aesthetics of any property, to ensure maximum precautions are undertaken not to be detected, installation of covert cameras can be conducted out of hours.
(Hire equipment available for temporary installs).