Security Cameras/Digital Video Recorders/Network Video Recorders
Security cameras, network, and digital video recorder (NVR and DVR) systems can be tailored to suit your security needs. Depending on your specific requirements, these systems vary based on the number of cameras, camera resolution, and storage capacity. Whether these systems are installed for your business or residence, you can monitor activity from anywhere in the world through a WIFI or cellular connection.
In today’s world there are many reasons why you should have a security camera system in your home and office.
- Ultra High Definition 8-Channel 4K NVR with 8-Channel POE 8-Camera Security Camera System
- Power Over Ethernet (POE) – No extra power cable needed; Power and video all in one cable!
- Dual Core Processor and Linux Operating System – No computer needed; as NVR has its own operating system.
- Ultra High Definition NVR – Capable of recording up to eight 12MP IP cameras, which means no more fuzzy, low quality video footage.
- No Contracts, Hidden or Monthly Fees – NVR records full-time or only when motion is detected 24 hours a day while footage is stored on its hard drive for you to review at any time.
- Remote Viewing Software System – Simple, easy to use software. Footage can be viewed on smartphone, tablet, or computer anywhere there is available wifi or cellular connection.! NVR required for this option.
- Instant Email Notification – Capable of notifying you via email of any kind of motion detected at your home.
- USB Compatible – Easy incident backup through a USB flash drive or portable hard drive.
- 3MP Network IP Motorized Varifocal Vandal Dome Security Camera – Cameras are 3MP, all weather resistant and capable of locally and remotely zooming in and out. IR LED’s allow you to see up to 50 feet in complete darkness.
- 4, 6, 8, 16, and 32 Camera Security Systems available.
Security Services and Access Control
Gateway Lock & Security access control systems authorize personnel but prohibit the entry of unauthorized individuals. These systems act as a replacement for duplicating and distributing keys to employees and vendors, while eliminating a huge amount of management overhead and creating a much more secure environment. Based on the time of day and day of the week, comprehensive features customize the level of access to the building. Integration with Closed Circuit Television Systems (CCTV) provides the ability to collate video with access attempts. The following information describes the integral components of a comprehensive access control system.
Intuitive, user-friendly software allows you to add and remove access control cards, modify access levels, and account for holidays and special events, all within seconds. Seasonal, temporary and high turnover employees are easily handled within the system without the worry of keys being lost or illegally copied. The software also keeps a historical record of system activity providing a security log. Today’s systems are even integrated with your existing computer network, allowing authorized personnel the ability to monitor and make changes from any location.
Cards, Key Fobs and Tags
Access can be granted to buildings using a variety of formats including cards, key fobs, and tags. Cards are a standard creditcard size, and often double as a photo ID badge for improved security. Badges can be created in-house, providing maximum flexibility while meeting your security standards. Key fobs are conveniently sized to attach to your key ring, while tags can be attached to any flat, non-metallic surface. Card Readers, Keypads, and Biometrics Card Readers are available in a variety of sizes and shapes to match your door configuration and building design. Readers are used to present credentials for entry to buildings, rooms, parking structures, and even IT server rooms. A keypad or biometric reader may be used in conjunction with the card reader to require a PIN number or fingerprint verification, providing additional layers of security.
Electric Door Strikes and Magnetic Locks
Electric strikes allow access control systems to “lock or unlock” doors based on time of day or a user’s level of access. Just like the locksets with which they are coupled, electric strikes are available in a wide range of options. It is important to select the appropriate type of strike for your application to provide the proper level of security. In addition to electric strikes, magnetic locks can be used to control access to secure locations.
Passive infrared motion detectors (PIR) sense movement in covered areas. These devices are used by your access control system to automatically release electronic door strikes and magnetic locks to allow exit from secure areas without user intervention.