Precision Security specialises in the creation, deployment and installation of IP CCTV cameras and networks throughout Ireland.
An IP CCTV network has the following components; megapixel IP cameras, routers, managed switches, NVRs, servers and video management software.
All new CCTV systems are installed and maintained to PSA 2006_12, I.S. EN 62676-4:2015 and I.S. EN 62676-4:2015.
The image quality of megapixel IP cameras are of superior quality to those produced its predecessor, the analogue camera. The images from these cameras, depending on the network set up and client network policy, have the capability to be viewed remotely by using its IP address. IP cameras come in 2MP, 4MP, 5MP, 6MP, 8MP and above.
Your existing installation of analogue cameras can be upgraded to IP over coax cameras by utilising the existing coaxial cable thus reducing your installation cost. The image quality of the cameras comparable to IP cameras.
Analogue CCTV cameras are the first generation of CCTV cameras with the transmission of the image through a coaxial cable to a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) and the resolution is defined in TV lines (TVL). Depending on the type of CCTV camera, they can be either used during the daytime or at night. At night, the CCTV cameras would use infrared light to illuminate an area.