Complete Camera and Video Recording Systems
Finding the right surveillance system can be very frustrating from the type of security cameras you need, to how you will record the video to what cables and components will make it all work.
We want your buying experience to be stress-free so we put together a selection of complete camera and video recording systems. The most obvious benefit of purchasing a complete surveillance system is that we’ve taken all of the guess-work out of the equation.
What can you use a complete surveillance system for?
There are many uses for complete surveillance systems including restaurants, retail shops, child care centers, warehouses, private investigators, animal kennels, boats, your home, vacation homes, construction sites and offices.
What complete surveillance system is right for you?
Hidden Camera Systems:
Sometimes you can’t just go in and set-up a surveillance system, these are situations where you need a hidden camera. The camera is built-in to items we use everyday so that you can be as secret as possible. Whatever the camera sees is recorded directly to the DVR on board. This eliminates the chance of interference and disrupted recording.
4, 8 or 16 Channel DVR Systems:
whether you have a large or small area to secure one of our DVR systems will work for you. Available in a wired or wireless version complete with cameras, a DVR and all necessary cables and components. Not only will this system digitally record vide, but if you have internet access you can see what’s going on in Real-Time from anywhere in the world.
Remote View Surveillance System:
when you can’t be on location but you need to see what’s going on, the surveillance system allows you to login through the Internet and do so. Having a surveillance system like this is a huge bonuses to day cares, animal boarding facilities, vacation homes or for just keeping an eye on things while you’re away.
Portable DVR Systems:
A portable DVR system is great for situations where you are using a wireless hidden or professional camera. Just set-up the camera then the video signal will be sent from the camera to the DVR for recording.