CCTV Systems

CCTV systems is the ever-alarm solution for keeping your premises, employees and most valuable assets safe.

A huge range of options are available in these systems. From basic motion sensors (PIR`s) though to complex networked systems, connected to the internet though the digital video recorder. Meaning you can access live site camera imagery anywhere in the world! 24hour monitoring and police response can all be integrated into the systems to meet your personal requirements.

In addition, Blazequel can carry out the on-going maintenance, repairs and also deal with adding extra devices on almost any security or CCTV system on the market.

Contact us to discuss your requirements in relation to all areas of CCTV, from design, installation, right through to maintenance and upgrades.


CCTV Cameras


During daylight hours the camera provides colour images and when it gets dark automatically switches to monochrome operation.

High Definition

These can be used to capture very fine detail such as sleight of hand thefts and can reduce the number of cameras required. They allow digitally zooming whilst maintaining resolution.
These cameras can be used for detecting intruders over long distances (up to 4k) from the camera in zero light or poor weather conditions.

Pan, Tilt and Zoom (PTZ)

PTZ cameras can be remotely controlled by an operator to follow a particular suspect or zoom into an area. They can also be programmed to be operated by alarm sensors; for example when a door is opened the camera automatically pans, tilts and zooms onto the door to capture the event.

Digital Video Recording (DVR)

DVR’s allow CCTV video images to be recorded, archived and reviewed.

The main parameters of a DVR are the number of cameras or video channels that can be recorded onto it and the amount of storage space on the DVR’s hard disk drive.

The number of cameras being recorded and the amount of frames (frame rate) being recorded from each camera impact how much video data can be stored before the HDD is full.

Network Video Recording (NVR)

NVR’s are similar to DVR’s in terms of their primary function of CCTV video recording. The main difference is that NVR’s receive images from cameras via an IP (Internet Protocol) network as opposed to analogue coax type cables.

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