Security Cameras & CCTV in Conisbrough, Doncaster, Rotherham, South Yorkshire
Closed Circuit Television & Motion Detection by Castle Security
For security cameras in Rotherham and Doncaster, you can't do better than contact Castle Security. We can supply and fit your CCTV at a very competitive price, giving you peace of mind that your property is safer from burglar and break-ins.
Closed Circuit Television or CCTV as it is now more commonly known has been around since 1942 when it was first used by the Germans to watch the launch of the V2 Rocket.
CCTV cameras were usually found around the outside of commercial properties that were at high risk of burglary but nowadays are seen every day on domestic properties around the country.
Digital cameras provide a high resolution colour image during daylight and automatically switch to monochrome in low light conditions, LED’s enable continued quality images throughout the night. Cameras are terminated at a digital recorder where images are stored for later retrieval if required.
Images can be viewed remotely from the point of installation using the internet and computer, phone or tablet devices.
DVR – Digital Video Recorder is used to record and play live images from cameras connected to it.
Mega Pixel – means one million pixels, digital cameras resolution is measured in mega pixels (MP) so a camera with 2.4MP has a resolution of 2.4 million pixels.
Auto-Iris Lens - A lens with an electronically controlled iris. This allows the lens to maintain one light level throughout varying light conditions.
Coaxial Cable - Coaxial cable is the standard means of transmitting a video signal in a CCTV system.
Ethernet - Ethernet is the most widely installed local area network technology. An Ethernet LAN typically uses special grades of twisted pair wires. The most commonly installed Ethernet systems are 10BASE-T and 100BASE-T10, which provide transmission speeds up to 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps respectively.
HDD - Hard disk drive (HDD) is the mechanism that controls the positioning, reading and writing of the hard disk, which furnishes data storage.
Motion Detection - If there is any motion in the configured detection area, the camera will automatically detect the event and can trigger preconfigured alarms or recording. Users can set sensitivity level, detection area, and arming schedule accordingly.
Vari-Focal - A low cost version of a zoom lens designed to meet installer’s needs for versatility. This lens does not have the ability to track from wide to telephoto.