Closed Circuit TV
WHY DO I NEED CCTV?
CCTV is now considered crucial in both crime prevention and detection - it can be the ultimate deterrent and is both visible and effective. CCTV systems are increasingly incorporated in home security and commercial security systems, staff surveillance, anti-theft surveillance and access control - and can be also used for health and safety, business management and analytics or even livestock control.
WHERE CAN I INSTALL IT?
Select can install systems in virtually any building and, because our systems can be fully wireless and can be installed without the need for mains power, we are able to design our CCTV systems to work in any situation, from castles to schools, farms to forests.
WHAT TYPE OF SYSTEMS ARE THERE?
Cost-effective and easy to install, analogue systems provide sharp images, are easy to use and can offer fully-functional, moveable cameras which can be installed virtually anywhere, from ovens to oceans, and operated from virtually anywhere with an internet connection. Systems have multiple options for cabling and can have from one to 32 channels per recorder.
IP cameras, also known as 'network cameras', connect directly to your home or office internet network and can easily be viewed or recorded anywhere else on the network or across the internet.
Select has a large selection of wireless and mains-free systems which can be designed for any application. We can set up systems using using point-to-point WiFi bridges, radio frequency senders and 3G/4G mobile technology and use these to send signals from barn to farm, from site to security guard and many other remote locations.
Select also offers hidden camera solutions and we have a wide selection of covert surveillance systems and hidden security cameras which we can tailor to fit any environment. Due to the sensitive nature of this service, please contact us for details.
LICENCE PLATE RECORDING SYSTEMS
Licence plate capture cameras are specialist CCTV cameras that have inbuilt features that help to identify and capture licence plates on stationary or moving vehicles. These intelligent cameras allow for vehicle speed, adverse weather and lighting - eliminating the usual problems associated with identifying vehicle licence plates.