"Omar and the team are brilliant. The team are extremely professional, knowledgeable and support after installation is second to none. Highly recommend Precision Security!!"
- Jake Kula, Footscray
Today we find ourselves in a world where you need to be security conscious. You need to make sure you take steps to protect yourself and your property. One of the most common ways to do that is to invest in security cameras. When you make that decision, you want to ensure that you get the best cameras possible.
So you are looking to set up a security system. You know that you need outdoor cameras and indoor cameras. You also know that image quality is important. But do you really need high definition (HD) cameras? Yes.
Access control systems allow you to completely secure a facility. Doors are equipped with electronic locks and a keypad is used to determine whether or not someone has access to those doors. Especially in the business world, these systems are in high demand. People want to ensure that their property isn’t accessed by unauthorized persons.
Position of CCTV cameras in your home are key to protecting your security. In order to get the most out of your CCTV cameras, you will need to have them positioned where they can capture what you need them to. But how do you determine where to position CCTV cameras? That is a question that we are going to answer today so that you can secure your home.
Placing CCTV cameras involves a lot of work. You need to determine what you want to cover. Then, once you know what you want to cover, you need to determine where to place the cameras. One of the biggest questions we get when it comes to the specifics of camera placement is: what is the optimum height for CCTV cameras?