Posts Tagged ‘CCTV’

The New Hikvision G0 (EasyIP 2.0 plus) Family

Friday, April 13th, 2018

While looking through the new 2018 Hikvision catalogue I came across a new range of cameras that we hadn’t yet heard about.  The G0 Family (on Hikvision’s website these are called EasyIP 2.0 Plus). This range uses a new format of product code that is different from any of the old families and from the current G1 (EasyIP 3.0) family. (more…)

Updating our rayTEC Offer

Friday, April 13th, 2018

I recently updated our rayTEC offer to include all the current available models! This involved a lot of work and a lot was learnt. 🙂

rayTEC designs illuminators to assist CCTV systems and improve captured images. (more…)

3 Reasons You Should Be Using Hikvision Turbo HD

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

3 Reasons You Should be Using Hikvision Turbo HD

Hikvision Turbo HD is a new range of HD-TVI CCTV cameras that is perfect for both first-time buyers and those upgrading an existing coax system. Available at a lower price-point than other CCTV cameras, very easy to set up, and with a host of features that can rival those found in IP cameras, Turbo HD is a real game-changer in the world of security. Read on to see why you should consider Turbo HD when building your next CCTV solution!


ACTi E Series: Overview

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Last week we introduced you to the ACTi D Series. This week, it’s the turn of the E Series, which once again spans cube camera, box cameras, dome cameras and bullet cameras.

E Series cameras are higher-spec than their D Series counterparts, yet you only pay slightly more for these improved features.

Once again, the differences between each camera are slight, allowing users to choose the camera exactly suited to their security needs.

If you have any queries about these cameras, please do not hesitate to contact us!


Cube Cameras

Bullet Cameras



Dome Cameras



Box Cameras

Review of CCTV Regulations

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

The interim CCTV Regulator, Andrew Rennison, has been appointed to carry out a review of the use and regulation of CCTV in the UK. In the 5 minute video clip below he does a good job of explaining both the role, the requirement for it, the process to be undertaken, and the timescale.

Andrew Rennison’s role forms a part of the National CCTV Oversight Body, which in turn forms a part of the UK’s National CCTV Strategy, and reports to the Policing Minister, David Hanson.

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