CCTV Camera installation in Sharjah
CCTV Camera installation in Sharjah by CCTV Solutions
CCTV Solutions offers the CCTV security cameras installation services in United Arab Emirates (UAE), Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman. We install a wide range of security systems like NVR systems, CCTV camera systems, DVR systems or IP camera systems with different brands, sizes and resolutions.
Our HD CCTV security cameras provide reliable video surveillance. Whether you need to secure a large amount of data or protect your employees, customers, assets and premises from theft, burglary and vandalism. CCTV Camera installation in Sharjah by CCTV Solutions we make sure that we use the exclusive CCTV equipment for the applications. We install the security cameras that will meet their security and safety needs today and in the future.
What Is A Surveillance System?
Security surveillance systems consist of security cameras and a recorder. The cameras capture and record footage of particular areas for future reference in case of an unforeseen event. CCTV Camera installation in Sharjah by CCTV Solutions you can choose between IP, analogue and wireless systems based on your specific needs. Surveillance systems have become popular choices for homes and businesses because of their ability to deter intruders and capture suspicious activities.
CCTV Camera installation in Sharjah
What Is An Analogue Surveillance System?
Camera’s from Analogue security systems transmit and record video data in an analogue format before it is transmitted over coaxial cable to a Digital Video Recorder (DVR). The DVR converts this analogue data into a digital format before compressing and storing it on a hard drive for future playback. With CCTV Camera installation in Sharjah by CCTV Solutions some of the more modern DVR’s can be connected to the Internet for live monitoring and playback over a network.
Lower cost in comparison to IP systems especially if many cameras are needed
Setup is straightforward
Consumes less bandwidth than IP camera systems
Technological improvements allow for high-resolution analogue cameras
A coaxial cable and power cable are required for each camera in comparison to IP cameras requiring a single PoE cable
Image quality and frame rates are usually lower and may appear blurry or grainy for high motion areas
Lack of encryption opens up the system to potential hacking from outside
What Is A Wireless Surveillance System?
A wireless security system connects to the NVR through Wi-Fi or a wireless network. Please note that you will still need wired power for each camera.
Wired Vs Wireless – What Is Better For You?
It’s important to understand the pros and cons of going wired or wireless. Wireless is potentially a quick and easy solution, however it’s not always the best solution. In general we recommend to use a cabled system for the most stability. Wireless systems can only support a small quantity of cameras, up to 4 usually.
Pros Of A Wireless Security System
Easy to install since there is no need to run cables between the cameras and recorder, which makes it convenient for DIYers
Easier to relocate, making it ideal for renters or even in situations requiring a temporary setup
Easier to conceal because of the smaller size and lack of wires
Cons Of A Wireless Security System
Wireless cameras still need a power source, so it’s not actually completely wireless unless they’re battery powered
Lower total bandwidth capacity
Potential loss of WiFi signal from interference
Susceptible to hacking which could put your property at risk. Strong passwords and encryptions are absolute musts to reduce your risks
Cameras need to be within WiFi range
Higher lag times
Susceptible to interference from wireless signals, devices or reflections from building structures
Low camera resolution, which means less image clarity
Lower frame rates (choppy video)
Cabled security systems are worth the investment for their stability. So what are the pros and cons of a wired system?
Pros Of A Wired Security System
The most reliable solution, with low to no interference
Stable data transmission
Ability to support more cameras at once with higher total bandwidth capacity and channels
Higher bandwidth capacity means you can install higher resolution cameras for better image clarity
Larger coverage area due to higher resolution cameras
Faster streaming and higher frame rates for smoother video
Less lag time, especially in Live view
Cons Of A Wired Security System
Takes longer to install running multiple cables
More of a permanent solution for properties as it cannot be relocated easily
A wired security system will cost more to setup and install