Closed Circuit Television systems have been available for many years; they have also undergone some almost miraculous transformations in recent years. What used to be very expensive, cumbersome and hard to configure systems are now very reasonable, easy to configure, and easy to maintain, and they provide much more versatility and usefulness than just a few years ago.


When choosing system components the first decision you need to make is what are you using it for. The primary uses for CCTV systems are surveillance, traffic control, theft, shoplifting, employee theft, and/or robbery deterrence, and identification. Surveillance and traffic control probably do not require color cameras; black & white may actually provide better resolution. However, theft, shoplifting and/or robbery deterrence and identification may require color cameras, if there is an arrest and prosecution a court will require color to make positive identification, on a black & white recording a red sweatshirt would appear to be gray.


Next, you need to decide what exactly do you want to see, how far away is it, what are the lighting conditions, is it indoor or outdoor, how wide a viewing angle is desired? The answers to these questions will help you choose the correct kind of camera and lens combination, the correct mounting or enclosure, even what kind of cabling needs to be provided. Deciding how you will view, record and store the information is next on the list.

When you are ready to spec your system contact Brandtech for the latest information and a competitive quote, we are in the business, we have access to all of the new products, we know how they work, and what works in any given situation.


A couple of words of caution; some businesses will display a fake camera in their place of business with the idea that this will deter shoplifting, robbery or employee theft. In light of some recent court case this practice should be discouraged, it has been successfully argued that the presence of a "dummy" camera can provide patrons or employees with a false sense if security that is not there. This false sense of security has led to injury.


Buying your security system as an all in one set from a "big box store" can save some money, however you will almost surely end up with equipment that is inferior and not specified correctly for you needs, and when you need service or adjustment, you may not be able to get service.

4ch Embedded DVR

  • MPEG4 DVR Technology providing clear images with real time performance
  • Pentaplex operation allowing live display, record, playback, backup and network operation at the same time
  • 1ch audio
  • TCP/IP, PPPoE, DHCP and DDNS network connection
  • Web surveillance allows 5 users simultaneously
  • Hand held remote control
  • USB incident back-up
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Products may vary according to availability and upgrades

There are many more products available in our range, contact us for more Information. Brendon 074 609 3620

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1/3" colour Sony CCD 30m IR
Image sensor: 1/3" Sony super HAD CCD
TV system: NTSC/PAL
Effective pixel: PAL: 500H x 582V, NTSC: 512H x 492V
Horizontal resolution: 520TVL
Min. illumination: 0 Lux
Lens: 3.5mm - 8mm Varifocal Lens
S/N ratio: More than 60dB
Power supply: 12Vdc + 5%

1/3" colour Sony S.HAD CCD mini dome vandal resistant
Image sensor: 1/3" Colour Sony Super HAD CCD
TV system: NTSC / PAL
Effective pixels: 270K (EIA) 320K (CCIR)
Horizontal resolution: More than 420 TV Lines
Min. illumination: 0.3 Lux
Lens: 4-9mm varifocal
Power source: 12Vdc
Power consumption: 180mA Max
Connector video output: BNC Jack

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