Posts Tagged ‘monitored CCTV’

RVR Temporary CCTV monitoring solution

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

Security unplugged.

RVR have recently introduced their new security unplugged product and it is now available to installers to sell . Effectively this a temporary Monitored CCTV solution that requires no mains and is quick and simple to fit.

Alarms over mobile network.

The alarms are sent over the cellular network and the system comprises of a PIR detector with an inbuilt camera that on activation sends a 10… Continue reading

Emizon 21 line monitoring solution.

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

Emizon  FAQ.

What is Emizon and why is it different?

Emizon is dual path signalling device used for the security industry. Uniquely its primary path is IP and its secondary path is GPRS. It has been developed to fit into the new world of IP and is an obvious option to monitor broadband telephone lines.

Is it compliant with BT 21 CN fibre upgrade. Also does it replace

External security perimeter protection IFSEC 2010.

Monday, May 10th, 2010

External security solutions.

What solutions will we see at IFSEC this year with regard to external security protection? Integrated CCTV have lots of experience in both the advantages and the pitfalls of the different detection solutions. Below we list some of the options and when and where they should be used.

Perimeter protection.

External security  has been around now for many years now. Originally of course there… Continue reading

Digicoms fail under BT 21st Century Network upgrade.

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Industry release warning.

Central stations have released more information about Digicom failures that are now known not just to be BT 21CN related but also associated with other NGNs (next generation networks) that other communication companies are supplying.

Examples of problems or failures.

1) Broadband installations

2) Star services

3) Lease cost routing

4) Changes from… Continue reading

Garden centre CCTV

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

Integrated CCTV in garden centres.

Garden centres are notoriously difficult to protect. They are generally sited out of town and as a rule tend to back onto country side. As a result lighting is pretty much non existent and boundaries are easily accessible. Add to this the nature of the stock, easily moved, easily sold and generally quite expensive.

Lots of work  going to waste.

Some of the… Continue reading