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CCTV Pros Pretoria

CCTV Pros Pretoria

Criminals will think twice before entering your property with CCTV cameras.

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CCTV Pros Pretoria

37 Braam Pretorius St, Pretoria, 0066

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Knowing what is happening on your property is important in keeping your property safe against potential criminals. With CCTV you can keep an eye on your property wherever you are.

With clear imaging in high resolution, you stay one step ahead would-be criminals.

CCTV Installers Pretoria

CCTV installers give a variety of camera options:

- Top-level access environments

- Homes

- Business offices

- Retail sites

- Site projects

- Storage facilities


Most CCTV installation companies in Pretoria will price quote you on purchasing or hiring a CCTV system.

Hiring CCTV equipment is trouble free, it only entails paying a monthly fee.

The reason you should put in CCTV cameras!

Criminal activity is a harsh truth in South Africa and the more layers of security you have, the better! Guarding your home and office with CCTV security cameras is an excellent layer of protection.

CCTV systems not only hinder prospective crooks but also encourage employees to do the job effectively and provide guests with a sense of security.

When criminals know that they are on camera, they will want to go someplace else to commit their crime.

Security camera types(360, HD, Night Vision)

In order for your CCTV security systems to be sufficient, your equipment needs to be of good quality. Your security cameras should be selected with your security needs in mind.

High Definition CCTV cameras

HD (high definition) CCTV cameras make it easy to identify suspects and activities out of the ordinary. Criminal investigators will be able to make out little details and numbers due to the HD cameras excellent quality, crisp clear images.

60 Degree cameras

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Analogue video cameras

Need a basic CCTV camera unit able to observe your home or office space? The Analogue unit is great. The lowered resolution images will not enable you to pick up little details but you can pick up general activity.

360 Degree cameras

Regardless of the weather the 360 Degree camera will provide you with superb quality images. You get a 360 degree view of the area and everything around the camera is recorded.

Night vision CCTV video cameras

Criminals often strike at night and you need to be able to have a look at your CCTV cameras irrespective of how dark, with the Night Vision camera you are able to view crystal clear images irrespective of the time.

Wired vs Wireless CCTV Options

Selecting a CCTV unit can be exciting but first make a decision whether you want a wired or a wireless unit.

Both units have advantages and disadvantages so it will ultimately be dependent on your security needs.

Wired CCTV Camera Units

Wired CCTV units are well suited to larger properties and require cables for the video transmission, power and internet connection.

Pros and Cons to Wired CCTV units

- Reliable

- Installing time can be lengthy

- Well-suited to large size buildings needing many cameras

- Equipped to link many cameras whenever required

- Impacted by power interruptions

- Does not have flexibility

Wireless CCTV Options

Wireless CCTV systems make use of a wireless system to transmit your security footage which is stored on the cloud. The wireless CCTV option works by connecting to your WiFi network, but will still need to be connected to a power source.

Pros and Cons to Wireless CCTV systems

- Installing time is quick

- Requires a solid wireless signal

- Very flexible and perfect for renters

- Impacted by interference, giving blurry images

- Work only on a small area

- Like wired systems, they're affected by power interruptions

- Like wired systems, they're affected by power interruptions

- Impacted by interference, giving blurry images

- Work only on a small area

- Requires a solid wireless signal

- Very flexible and perfect for renters

- Installing time is quick

CCTV Installations Process

Overview of the CCTV setup process:

Assessment and estimate

A security camera specialist will stop by your building to carry out an assessment of your space. You will then receive a recommendation on the CCTV system that will work best in your space. Once you have received your obligation- free quote and you have provided the go- ahead, work can start.

Mounting CCTV camera systems

The initial step in the installation process would be the mounting of the security cameras in key spots on your property.

Wire and cable setup

Once the cameras have been mounted, the wires and cables will be seamlessly placed and attached.

Connection and testing of the CCTV unit

Your CCTV contractor will now link all the elements and test to guarantee that everything works.

Final handover procedure

The final handover involves the CCTV expert demonstrating to you how the unit operates and how to use it. Once you are happy with the installation, you can sign it off and the final handover will be complete.

Top-notch CCTV brand names in S.

The following are the top-notch CCTV brand names in South Africa:

- Dahua

- Samsung

- Hikvision

- Sunell

- Avigilon

- Axis

Selecting the best CCTV cameras for your property


A CCTV camera unit for a residential property will need to require some thought on where the cameras will be installed. Monitoring an area such as a gate or driveway will require an analogue camera.

If you are on a tight budget, analogue cameras are typically more inexpensive.

Looking to keep an eye on a very small space? The 60 degree camera is ideal for you.

The 360 degree camera is ideal if you are looking to view a whole area because with this camera you are able to view to the left and right too.


When comparing non commercial and industrial CCTV camera units, industrial units are more complex than non commercial ones. Industrial CCTV camera units are perfect if you want to be able to determine fine details, like numbers on a piece of paper or facial features, an HD camera is your best bet.

You may need a night vision camera in which case you will be able to get clear images no matter the time.

Selecting the right CCTV Company for you

Determine whether you would like to rent or purchase a CCTV unit before determining on a company. Some companies don't offer both of these options, you will need to find out what they offer first.

Make sure a warranty and after sales service is offered by the business you choose.

Check your quotation carefully and be aware of what is included: is installation included? Do they provide cables, uninterrupted power supplies and connectors?

The CCTV provider you decide on will be able to give you good advice according to your specific security system needs, also taking the design of your premises into account.

Ensure you feel comfortable with the CCTV provider you have chosen to install your CCTV camera unit.


Can I install my own CCTV security camera unit?

Yes, you would be able to install your own CCTV unit but it would take a lot longer compared to a qualified professional installer. You may have trouble placing the cameras and linking the cables correctly.

It is critical that you know where to place the cameras as you may mount them in a place where they do not pick up the complete area. Work with a professional CCTV company and have your installation completed in just 1 day at an inexpensive price.

Q - How much does it cost for a CCTV unit?

A - The cost of a CCTV unit differs according to the type of unit you install as well as whether you decide to purchase or rent the unit.

Q - Do CCTV cameras stop crime?

A - CCTV camera units serve as a major preventive against crime. If a criminal sees that you have a CCTV unit, they will likely look for someplace else which doesn't have a CCTV unit. CCTV camera units are a good, extra level of security that every house and business enterprise should have.

Q - Why should I have a CCTV unit in my office if I already have really good security?

A - It is unachievable for you or your security guards to be all over the place at all times. CCTV is able to keep track of visitors and workers all day daily. When you have a CCTV unit, your workers will be on their best behaviour.

Q - How long does it take to put up a CCTV camera security unit?

A - This will be dependent on the size of your building, each setup usually only takes a few hours, your CCTV unit could be working within a day.

Q- Will a CCTV camera unit add worth to my home?

A - Yes, definitely. CCTV cameras are a great security feature that will make you and your loved ones feel safe and secure.


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