Posts Tagged ‘Metal Mickey’

Bosch MIC300 Scrappage Scheme

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

£500 off the price of a new Bosch MIC400 or MIC500 camera if you replace your MIC300 ………. but other cameras are available

Let the battle of the manufacturers begin…… I hear that similar offers are available on other kit from companies such as 360 Vision……..and their Predator range is apparently cheaper, more readily available and BRITISH

Like beef, it’s good to buy British… Continue reading

CCTV BLOGS from the last year.

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

CCTV Blogs  from the integrated CCTV team.……. Well its been a good year for innovation and advancement in the world of CCTV and here at Integrated CCTV we have been lucky enough to be able to tell you all about it. From advanced analytics to Thermal CCTV cameras we have covered it all here.

So for those who have missed some of our best… Continue reading

Bosch CCTV cameras

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Bosch CCTV

Bosch security systems has now released a complete list of its full product range for 2010/2011

News on CCTV products.

They have been particularly keen to promote the new Auto-dome Easy II range, the extremely versatile IP200 series and the MIC500 classic (Metal Mickey CCTV camera).

Easy dome.

Starting with the Easydome II they have managed to produce a sophisticated range of dome cameras… Continue reading

Navtech Radar

Friday, July 30th, 2010

An interesting twist on Perimeter protection!

We became aware recently of a new, emerging technology in the Security Industry……….Radar

It’s not a new technology, but certainly new in our industry.

Is it expensive?

Well, yes…….but, you need to look beyond the capital outlay and see what it replaces…

historically, protecting a huge perimeter, such as that of an airport, would involve 10’s or even 100’s… Continue reading

Integrated CCTV

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

CCTV reviews.

Over the past few months we have reviewed many products. Below we link to some of the most popular posts and look for comments  from yourselves as to your views.

Engineers and sales alike, join in the debate and let us know what your experiences of IP CCTV really are. Too expensive ? too difficult to install or just too hard to sell at the moment … Continue reading