CCTV understanding and How it works

  • Posted by: nita
  • 2017-05-22

CCTV understanding and How it works

What is CCTV? This time we will explain in detail. CCTV is a computer system using a video camera to display and record images at the time and place where the device is installed. CCTV is an abbreviation of Closed Circuit Television, which means using closed or secret synthetic signals, unlike ordinary television sets that are broadcast signals. We also offer CCTV installation just see it in Security systems company Kuwait.

As a security system, CCTV consists of several parts, is as follows.

 Camera

CCTV Camera serves as a picture taking tool. CCTV cameras consist of several types that are differentiated in terms of function, quality and usage. There are 2 main categories that include:

  • CCTV Network Camera
  • Analog CCTV Camera

DVR (Digital Video Recorder)

DVR stands for Digital Video Recorder is one of the devices used CCTV camera to record images or sent by the camera into this device. There are 2 important categories in it, namely:

PC Card DVR

There are a lot of features of DVR that you can use as a security tool, one example is to record all events or events where the recording is often used in the case of the court in proving a case or incident. There are different types of DVRs that can be used with different features and advantages. The excellence or specification of the DVR is what determines how many cameras can be installed and the resulting image quality.

Hard Disk Drive (HDD)

HDD stands for Hard Disk Drive which is a data storage medium of recorded video images. Hard Disk Drive installed in the DVR. The larger the HDD capacity the longer the recording process can be done by the CCTV.

Coaxial Cable

This is the cable that is the cable delivering the video signal from the CCTV camera to the DVR, or vice versa from the DVR to the monitor.

Power Cable

This cable is required if the supplied CCTV camera cable is not long enough to reach the nearest power source.

BNC Connector

Is a connector attached to the coaxial cable. Such is the article about CCTV understanding. Hopefully the above short article useful for those of you who are looking for references.