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CCTV

CCTV camera systems are an important tool in preventing theft and vandalism against businesses.

In recent years, the quality of CCTV images has also improved significantly as a result of advances in digital technology, allowing more reliable monitoring at a much reduced cost.

Zen Engineering Ltd has extensive experience in installing CCTV systems for customers in the retail, commercial, industrial, education, health and social care sectors.

These range from simple one camera and monitor analogue observation systems, to fully remote-monitored IP systems with integrated detection devices.

Our range of cameras includes fixed, varifocal and PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) models.

We can also supply specialist low-lux cameras that require very little light to provide good quality colour or mono images.

Where there is no lighting to speak of, infrared cameras can be installed instead.

If required, we can supply CCTV systems that are integrated with movement detection sensors and remotely monitored to identify potential thieves or vandals.

The system then generates an alert in the off-site control room and a subsequent response in line with individual business protocols.

For CCTV equipment we recommend ADPRO FastTrace products by Xtralis and Redvision’s PTZ and dome cameras.

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