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Commercial Security Explained


Our Engineer is more than willing to assist our customers with preliminary design meetings for budgeting! And help them verify system designs that they already have but need that one last look to ensure they are getting what they want.

Risk Management

The company has more than 30 years of experience in systems service, installation, design, and management. This unique experience can provide insight into the potential risks involved with a new system or existing system designs. We will provide a detailed report on what was found. Our recommendations will be based on our experience and industry standards.

Engineering Support

The engineering staff has decades of experience designing simple to complex security systems that are still in use today. We can design systems that are stand-alone or with complex interconnections to other systems with a layered type of security control.

Video Surveillance systems from the Technician Standpoint can be put into four components.

  1. Video Camera – A device that converts visible light to an electrical impulse and sends down a cable like CAT-6 or Coax.
  2. Electrical Cable – This can be any cable as long as the camera and record will support it, or converters can be used to change the signal to some that they can use. Typically this is a CAT-5/5e/6 or more significant for IP-based cameras and Coax like RG-59/6.
  3. DVR (Digital Video Recorder) / NVR (Network Video Recorder) – This device converts the camera’s electrical signal into a format that can be recorded on a hard drive. In most cases, the design is something like h.264 or h.265 to save space, but each recorder manufacturer uses its version of the standard.
  4. Viewing Software or Station – This could be part of the DVR/NVR, but on larger systems, it is a separate PC that connects to the recorders to do either or both live viewing of the cameras and viewing of the recorded video.