CCTV Surveillance Systems
Call Lanka Telecom, in collaboration with its leading worldwide partners, offers a comprehensive variety of IP and traditional Camera systems. We have experience in combining various security solutions to meet the site’s needs. We provide solutions for all types of cameras, including dome, PTZ, and infrared imaging devices, on network (non IP) and future IP platforms. We can give our clients with remote monitoring and centralized service, as well as extendible video recording as needed. Call Lanka Telecom (Pvt) Ltd. is a prominent provider of video surveillance systems and integrated security solutions in Sri Lanka.
Call Lanka Telecom (Pvt) Ltd., in collaboration with major worldwide manufacturers, provides high-quality IP and analog camera-based bespoke systems, as well as remote video surveillance and video monitoring services in camera Sri Lanka.
Analogue CCTV System – This System is utilized to monitor the premises 24 hours X 7 days. The cameras in an analogue system are placed in various locations and are connected to an IP-based DVR that can be viewed remotely through TCP/IP communication. Pentaplex operations are available on the DVRs, allowing for simultaneous live viewing, recording, backup, replay, and network use.
The purpose of an analogue system is to record security cameras only locally. This implies that if you have two or more locations, each one will require a Recording Device, making bigger systems more difficult to manage and not always cost efficient.
An analogue CCTV system is designed to record security cameras locally only. This means that if you have 2 or more premises, then each will require a Recording Device, this makes managing larger systems harder and not very cost effective sometimes.
This systems offer good value for money, and while IP CCTV is generally considered to be more expensive, this is not always the case. An investment in IP represents a future technological and infrastructure investment, whereas analogue CCTV systems are based on outdated technologies.
IP-based CCTV systems are the way of the future. They function by converting pictures and sounds into data and then sending it via a network or the Internet. Greater flexibility, higher performance, and easier installation are the main advantages of this technology over analogue systems.
While IP system has been present for around ten years, it is only in the last few years that the technology has evolved, resulting to Megapixel IP advances. The advantages of IP-based systems over old analogue systems are summarized here.
IP systems may not require local recording since they may send their pictures to a central location through Local Area Networks, the Internet, and Wide Area Networks, where they can be recorded, watched, and controlled.
IP systems convert all pictures to data and have no theoretical resolution limit as long as the necessary bandwidth is available to send the images. Our IP cameras have a Megapixel resolution that is at least 3 times greater than typical analogue cameras, providing exceptional detail precision. These are incredibly cost-effective, with prices comparable to analogue CCTV systems.
IP systems connect to existing IP networks, whether wired or wireless, making wiring IP systems straightforward, creating less interruption, cutting installation time, and decreasing unsightly wires. Setting up an IP-based system is straightforward for anyone who is familiar with networking, with intuitive operation and assessment. Simple 1 camera systems simply require an IP camera linked to a network/internet connection, which can then be seen using Internet Explorer on a PC. When POE (Power over Ethernet) IP cameras and networks are utilized, the IP cameras do not require any additional power and may be powered directly through the network line.
IP systems communicate via IP, allowing them to integrate and co-exist with other IP-based systems such as Access Control and IP Phone Systems on the same network/cabling. Integration also implies that these many systems may communicate with one another; for example, an IP camera that detects movement can immediately relay photos of that movement to an IP Video Phone. IP systems also come with built-in support for IP-based services like e-mail and FTP picture uploading.
Simple 1 camera IP systems require simply an IP camera linked to a network/internet connection, which can then be seen by a PC using Internet Explorer. Our camera selection is quite reasonable, with prices comparable to analogue systems. IP Systems may also be significantly more cost-effective than old Analogue systems since installation and configuration take so little time in single and many sites.
The cameras in an analogue system are placed in various locations and are connected to an IP-based DVR that can be
viewed remotely through TCP/IP communication.
They function by converting pictures and sounds into data and then sending it via a network or the Internet.
Greater flexibility, higher performance, and easier installation
The Difference Between NVR and DVR Recorders
NVR (Network Video Recorder)
- Compatible with IP cameras
- Encode and process video data at the camera, data is then streamed to the NVR recorder which is only used for storage and remote viewing
- Wired or wireless system
- Requires more complex and therefore more expensive cameras (IP cameras)
- Each camera only needs to be connected to the same network
DVR (Digital Video Recorder)
- Compatible with Analogue cameras
- Process video data at the recorder, an analogue signal is streamed to the recorder and this is where the image is processed (footage typically cannot be viewed and stored remotely – must be stored and viewed onsite )
- Wired system
- Requires less complex and therefore cheaper cameras (Analogue cameras)
- The user must connect every camera to the recorder
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