Forget analogue CCTV – it is all but obsolete now.

24 or 36 months is standard on all products, but life expectancy is much more.

Absolutely – we highly recommend checking out any system prior to purchase to ensure that the product meets your expectations.  Contact us to arrange a demonstration.

This can often be dependent upon your site and specific requirements, although it is fair to say that all of the main brands are reasonably close in operating specs and price. It is important to ensure the system is genuine (NZ is awash with counterfeit/parallel imports) and supplied locally by licensed suppliers such as ourselves. It is sensible to ask for written confirmation of license to sell prior to purchase.

Forget analogue CCTV – it is all but obsolete now.  IP CCTV systems are more reliable and provide superior image clarity, as well as expanded remote management functionality.

Yes – line crossing detection settings can be configured to send out alerts out but please note that this functionality is very much site dependent.

There is usually very little that will go wrong, but a 12-monthly check is recommended to ensure camera seals and system settings/time and date/frame rates, etc are correct, and for a recap on system use.

This is a simple process and with motion only detection/line crossing/object removal and fast search functions it does not take long to find the footage you need. From there you can save/archive onto the NVR or simply download onto a USB (still pictures or video).

This is dependent on the size of the hard drive and your requirements, but as a minimum we recommend a month of recording at any given time.

Local storage on your own NVR (Network Video Recorder) is recommended and you can then access it remotely as needed.