South Florida CCTV Video Surveillance Systems
Advanced Fire & Security Systems offers the following types of video surveillance products and camera systems:
By far the most common type of camera found in use today, analog cameras offer a reliable cost effective solution for securing your property. We offer and install all configurations of analog cameras for both indoor and outdoor applications, fixed or PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom), day/night and motion capture.
IP & Megapixel Cameras
Using digital technology, IP cameras offer significant improvements in image quality over their older analog cousins. A single megapixel camera in the right application can provide the same coverage and level of detail as 15 or 20 analog cameras.
Digital Video Recorders
Much like your typical DVR sold for recording TV programs, security DVR’s operate on the same basic principle with the difference being that a security DVR is capable of continuous recording of up to 32 individual cameras at the same time. The amount of recorded video available is dependent upon the amount of internal or attached storage (hard drives) provided.
Hybrid Video Recorders
As customer’s demand higher resolution cameras to monitor key areas of concern, hybrid video recorders or HVR’s offer them the ability to transition to high definition video recording without the need to replace all of their existing analog cameras and infrastructure. A hybrid video recorder can accept inputs from conventional analog cameras as well as IP and megapixel cameras.
Network Video Recorders
Network video recorders are typically used as a stand alone network solution to store and distribute both live and recorded digital video from IP and megapixel cameras. NVR’s can be scaled to accommodate as many as 64 IP cameras onto a single chassis. Additionally, both live and recorded video can be distributed across a customers LAN or WAN to other authorized users.
Network Video Software
Network video software is designed to reside and operate in a network environment without the use of proprietary hardware. Using commercial off the shelf servers, routers, switches or purpose built hardware, network video software offers the greatest ability to manage, store and distribute video across enterprise networks.