Surveillance Systems for Business, Education, Hospitals, Government, Military, and other Organizations as well your Home.
Whether you need one IP camera or a completely integrated IP camera system (CCTV), we provide excellent pricing and support. This includes everything from the camera lens to the network switch and computer systems for recording the video. Triton provides complete IP camera systems for businesses, schools, hospitals, military, other organizations & homes.
We provide technical advice and consulting that assures that you purchase exactly the right IP camera system you need.
IP camera systems for business applications are different than home applications. The IP cameras for business provide higher performance and increased capability. The IP camera systems include the video recording system and use many different types of cameras. The right camera depends on your application. The factors that affect the IP surveillance system/cctv include where you want to mount the surveillance camera, the details you need to see, the lighting, the distance from the camera and many other factors.
An IP camera system includes everything you need to create a surveillance security system.
What do you need? The IP camera security system consists of many items that need to work together. It’s important to make sure that everything is compatible.
IP camera systems are also called CCTV surveillance camera systems, but the “IP” indicates they connect to the network rather than a coax cable. The IP camera system includes not only the IP cameras but also the video recording system, camera lenses, enclosures, network switches with PoE injectors. They may also integrate with IP door access control and IP Intercoms. The IP camera system is one part of a complete security system.
Take a look at the components below, and then contact us for assistance. We will be happy to make sure you get everything you need. Not only do we provide a complete IP camera security solution, but we also include free IP camera consulting services.
SELECT YOUR IP CAMERA
Triton utilises Dahua and Hikvision camera products, that are wold reknowed for their quality.
We provide a review of the IP Camera performance and compare pricing to assure you get the best camera for your application. We compare IP camera systems for business, healthcare, schools, military, and government applications. BRANDS: HIKVISION, DAHUA, AXIS, BOSCH.
Bright Light or Low Light?
The overall light level of the environment you’re going to be filming in has a definite impact on your camera choice. If your video surveillance will be taking place in bright, well-lit areas, your choice of camera has very few limitations, because ample light makes it easy for just about any security camera to capture clear footage.
On the other hand, dim lighting conditions require a little extra consideration, because not every video surveillance camera is built to handle them. Look for a camera that has a light sensitivity rating of 1 Lux or below – it will either be labeled as a Day and Night camera, or will list low-light compatibility among their specifications. Day/night video cameras give you the most flexibility, as they allow you to consistently monitor a given space, even if light levels continually fluctuate.
Indoor or Outdoor?
Indoor and outdoor environments not only differ in lighting conditions (like the ones we mentioned above), but also have another big differentiating factor: weather. While the indoors tends to be climate-controlled with heating, air conditioning and humidity-control, outdoors it’s a whole different story.
Wind, rain, UV rays and contaminants can all take an indoor-use security camera down in no time, so if you need to film outdoors, be sure to go with a tougher outdoor-grade camera. Keep in mind that even though most indoor cameras can’t be used outside, many outdoor cameras are suitable for both indoor and outdoor surveillance.
Wired or Wireless?
Whether or not you want your security camera to be hardwired or not is another factor in your decision. Wired surveillance cameras typically send a more solid and secure video signal because they transmit via cable and not through the air, but can take more money and effort to install because wiring needs to be run. That either means hiring an installer, or buying the cable and taking the time to do it yourself.
On the other hand, wireless cameras can be placed virtually anywhere with ease, because you don’t have to worry about running new cable or patching into existing cable runs. Signal security is also becoming much less of an issue, thanks to ever-improving encryption protocols like Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) and Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP).
Fixed or PTZ?
Do you plan to keep your security camera fixated on one specific view, or would you rather have the ability to look around? If you only need to focus on a certain section of a room, entrance or parking lot, then a standard-format fixed camera will do just fine. However, if you’d rather have the ability to remotely swivel and zoom your camera to follow the action or cover a wider area, then opt for a Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) surveillance camera.
Unlike their stationary counterparts, PTZs are designed to freely move their lenses back and forth horizontally (that’s the “panning” part), vertically (aka “tilt”), and adjust lens focus (zoom). All of this can be done at your command, as needed, but there are also PTZ cameras that can be programmed to automatically pan, tilt and zoom whenever movement is detected.
On-Premises or Remote Viewing Access For Your CCTV?
As long as you’ll be filming all of that video surveillance footage, how do you plan on viewing it? For many people, a video feed going to a digital video recorder (DVR) or CCTV monitor at home in the office is all that’s needed. But what if you want to keep an eye on things from the road?
That’s where remote-access surveillance devices, otherwise known as Internet cameras or network cameras, come into play. Designed to be hooked up to a computer network via cable or wireless connection, these web-enabled cameras allow you to log in and view what’s going on from any Internet-connected computer or Smartphone.
Video Recording Systems
Do you need Video Management Software, an NVR or Cloud Services? Triton consults with you hands on to see which recording system is best for you.
There are three types of recording systems for IP camera systems to consider. Each one provides some unique capability.
Video Management Software (VMS)
There are several types of VMS software that run on your Windows computers and can be scaled to any size of IP camera system. The video software (VMS) runs on your computer and controls video display, video recording, retrieval, motion detection, alarms, etc. There are many IP camera recording software products available. The information we provide helps you purchase the right product for your IP camera system.
Network Video Recorder (NVR)
The Network Video Recorder System is a complete system that includes the computer, storage, and VMS software. This complete system allows you to view and manage video on the network. It is an alternative to using the VMS software on your own computer.
Video Management Cloud Service for CCTV
This cloud solution provides remote recording (over the Internet) for IP cameras at many different locations. It doesn’t require any computer at your location. The number of cameras supported at each location depends on the Internet bandwidth available.
Cloud Video Surveillance, refers to recording video in a recording server that’s located at another location. The cloud system includes video recording and camera management and appears as a service to clients that can view the real-time and recorded video. Since the recording server is located on the Internet, the outbound bandwidth plays an important role in how many cameras can be supported.
The bandwidth required for each camera is primarily determined by resolution and frame rate. As an example, a 2-megapixel IP camera requires about 2 Megabits/sec of bandwidth. If you have 4 cameras, you require at least 16-Megabit/sec Internet service.
When you are concerned about vandalism of your video recording system, this is a good system to consider.
Now that e have cleared the understanding of the technology used. Triton would then send out their experts to conduct a free consultation/site survey to assist in providing a best case proposal for your requirements.
We build towards the clients needs, that therefore offer the best bang for your buck.
We take pride in our work and are hands on till the end on project and beyond for we know the importance of support.
Our experienced security camera installation team is comprised of local security camera installers who are BOTH software and hardware engineers, and they are experts in the field. BRANDS: HIKVISION, DAHUA, AXIS, BOSCH.