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The no.1 complaint we hear on every site (whether it's a house, small business or office park) is " I had this system installed and now I can't get hold of the guy". Ever wondered why these installers don't come back? The installation on the left, of an IDS alarm panel, is completely unacceptable. It is not only difficult to work or expand on but makes repairs and troubleshooting almost impossible without rewiring the entire system. Effectively leaving the owner of this panel with double the cost in the long run. Further more any company that allows a technician to do this type of work clearly have no quality control standards. Leaving two more questions. How many other corners were cut during this installation and just how stable this alarm system really is? On the right, how this installation should've been done from the start.




The installation on the left is of a DSC PC1864 panel and is what a standard 24 zone alarm panel installation should look like. It makes expanding on the existing unit easier and makes troubleshooting so much faster. The tied together wires still have their sheath on minimizing "cross talk" and interference from other high frequency and high current wires. AC and high current wires are also run separately. Thus decreasing the risk of false alarms and accidental damage to wires.
This installation was done on an farm in the far Northern regions. It consists of a wireless base station capable of receiving video feeds from other cameras over great distances. The PTZ camera used here is a Dahua 2MP IP, 30x Zoom, Starlight Lens with 200M Infra Red. This camera is the Rolls Royce of private CCTV and is capable of viewing and recording in extremely low light conditions and up to 200M in total darkness. The wireless base station is the Ubiquiti AC range with an omni directional antenna capable of a true though-put of over 400Mbps. With this installation the farmer can monitor his fields, workers and fence from anywhere in the world.






This installation was done in a security complex where cameras were needed 100M away from the recording office. By installing a Ubiquiti wireless link we managed to save this client over R10,000.00 in additional trenching and wiring costs. The Wireless link is a ubiquiti M5 series beam capable of a true through-put of 150Mbps. The cameras used are two Dahua 4MP, 40M IR, IP cameras. The recorder is a Dahua 8CH HDCVi Tribrid recorder that supports Analogue, HDCVi and IP cameras.



This remote installation is in a high security area requiring recordings of minimum 25FPS (Frames Per Second) at high definition. Here High definition, vandal proof Dahua cameras and high definition high frame rate recorders were used in every location. ThIs setup allows onsite and offsite recording and monitoring. Monitoring and back-up recording is done by means of Dahua's SmartPSS software. The base station has a Ubiquity AC series radio with a sector antenna capable of receiving well over 400Mbps video and data streams over a distance of up to 25KM. Using a wireless base station and wireless stations with this much output power makes it almost impossible for criminals with frequency jamming devices to disrupt the broadcast.
This outdoor installation in a rural area is part of a crime prevention network. This complex CCTV network consists of 4x Dahua 1080P HDVCi Starlight cameras and 1x 2MP, 20X Zoom, IP, Starlight, LPR (Licence Plate Recognition) Camera. All these Dahua cameras and recorders are capable of recording at 25FPS (Frames Per Second) to ensure that even the fastest moving vehicle is caught on camera. It also has a Ubiquity M5 equipped wireless network with numerous control stations and offsite recording stations (by means of Dahua's Smart PSS software) to prevent any kind of data loss. Each community member can log in and share their own CCTV feeds. The "strong room" (entirely cast from solid concrete) that hosts the 1st stage recording equipment is equipped with an alarm system, internal cameras, IP communicator and a GSM communication device.