A CCTV camera lens size is expressed in millimeters (MM) and determines the field of view & zoom. Typical FIXED camera lenses are 2.8mm, 3.6 or 4mm, 6mm, 8mm or 12mm. A larger sized lens has a narrower & “zoomed in” picture/view. Examples of typical lens size vs viewing angles are as follows: 2.8mm = … Continue reading CCTV FIXED LENS vs VARI-FOCUAL CAMERAS
Looking for a Bosch user manual? Please try one of the following links: Solution 2000/3000 User Manual Solution 6000 User Manual Solution 144 User Manual Solution 16 User Manual IPC-CC404 User Manual IPC-CC488 User Manual For additional manuals or information you can also try the Bosch website
People are often confused when comparing CCTV quotes as there are different technologies and options available. In short we believe you should trust the security company you are dealing with. After meeting with you to do a site inspection, reviewing your requirements, and discussing options, they should offer a solution that meets your needs. One … Continue reading Trying to make sense of the different CCTV options and technologies
We are often asked why Bosch? In short….reliability, ease of use, back up service, a 3 year warranty, constant R&D, the iFob MyAlarm app, a little bit of favoritism and finally this…. For some additional information on Bosch Security systems please click on this link
If your Bosch alarm keypad is beeping, and you are not sure what to do, click on the following image for some advice and suggestions:
Pricing starts from under $ 2000 for a fully installed CCTV system. Therefore, the typical excuse that a CCTV surveillance system is too expensive, no longer applies! Over the last 5 years, we have seen significant price reductions. Resolutions have jumped from less than 1MP to 3, 4 & 5MP while the equipment prices have … Continue reading CCTV & Home Security
We thought we would add some information and common misconceptions about alarm/security systems to start our new blog: One of the biggest myths about alarm systems is that they are complicated to use, give false alarms, and are expensive! This might have been true a few years ago but, as technology advances, they have become far more user … Continue reading Home Alarm Systems and Business Alarm Systems offer a level of protection while owners are offsite but also when they are onsite.