Wireless System (2.4 GHz) Only required power cabling
a. Video Coaxial Cable b. RG6 with Power Wire c. Cat 5 / LAN d. UTP Cable e. Fibre Optic Cable
Cameras to control recording equipment___
Control/recording equipment to monitor___
Wireless systems require no cabling to transmit the video signal. (The cameras must be powered)
RG59 cabling is professional standard cable and can be bought in 100m reels which will need to be ‘crimped’ with BNC connectors. RG59 shotgun cable also includes the power cable.
Cat 5/LAN Cable is used for IP network camera connection.
2. Power Supplies
a. Individual b. Multiple
a. Individual power adaptors can be supplied for each camera, where each will plug into the mains power supply.
Remember DIY cabling will allow you to power the camera through the length of the cabling rather than powering it locally.
b.Multiple cameras can be powered from a single power unit (up to 16 cameras) which will plug into just one mains power socket.
This will usually need to be fitted by an electrician.
Is it possible to run/extend each camera’s power cable back to its own mains power supply?
Wireless cameras must be powered locally
Cameras are supplied with a standard bracket
For outdoor use a. General external type b. Heated housing
Under the Data Protection Act, warning signs should be displayed in public places.
Dummy cameras are often a low cost method of providing a further deterrent.
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