Electronic Security Solutions
Security is an essential part of our everyday life. It is very important to keep an eye on your valuables. So whether you are at home or office or even far away from your goods, we’ve got a variety of solutions that will make your assets in good shape.
Integrated Alarm System
Motion & intrusion alarm system
Electric fencing/Burglary protection
CCTV Surveillance System
Providing security to your property, whether it is home or office is an important portfolio and, as a result, people always put their best effort to fit the best security system to solve their surveillance issues.
Take the challenge out of securing your buildings, offices, and homes with IP CCTV Surveillance System. A security system that offers internationally accredited technologically advanced Cameras, Digital Video Recorders which is optional and Monitors.
The CCTV System serves as a most effective medium to detect early signs of danger and also provides you with the visual proof of a security breach.
Security is an aspect of concern for all to ensure the protection of self and family members, property, offices, and livestock, etc. Use of security cameras is considered as the best way of deterring the criminals from causing harm to you or your property (even when you are thousands of kilometers away from your place), keeping away intruders and even for checking activities of your kids. You must have seen security cameras installed at vital installations like business houses, malls, banks, production lines, etc.
The system could be designed and enable remote access to the cameras even when your so many miles away from the scene. Restrictions can be given in respect of who monitors what. It can be used to control the entire production line by way of integration.
Variants of Cameras:
- Dome Camera
- IR Dome Camera
- Vari – Focal Dome Camera
- Vandal – Proof Dome Camera
- Outdoor Speed Dome Camera
- IR Bullet Camera
- Box Camera
Security cameras are a great way to provide security for your home or workplace. As well as providing you with video footage of any events which may happen, they also act as a visible deterrent to criminals.
Cynex ITS provides a range of CCTV cameras, ensuring there is one suitable for every budget. Our range runs from state-of-the-art HD security cameras with 3 or more-megapixel sensors, optical zoom, and pan and tilt functions, through to our great value advanced series range. When connected to all of our home surveillance cameras can be accessed remotely from your smartphone, tablet, or desktop. Allowing you to check in on your home or monitor staff at work wherever you are. Many of our security cameras can also be set to be motion-activated, recording footage when motion triggers them. Our range of cameras also includes outdoor security cameras and Wi-Fi cameras.
Protect what matters to you with a Cynex ITS business and home surveillance camera. If you want your CCTV to work properly, this is a major key factor to understand especially when having your CCTV security system supported by trained and experienced technical staff.
Security cameras are powerful deterrents to check unlawful activities and are widely using for indoor and outdoor surveillance. Security cameras can provide vital clues to the police to identify and trace the people involved in unlawful activities let it be a criminal tress passing, burglary, or mob attack or arson. To track all the movements inside and outside of a premise, you need to use a suitable security camera system.
Presently there are 12 security camera systems commonly used for surveillance activities. They are Bullet, Dome, Covert, Outdoor, Discreet, Infrared (Night Vision), Day and Night, Varifocal, Network/IP, Wireless, PTZ/Speed Domes, and High Definition Cameras. Each of these cameras has its specialties and are designed to meet their special objectives.
On a general category, the surveillance includes watching your beloved ones in your absence, taking care of your home and premises while you are away, keep on sending security alerts and video clips to your PC or Mobile phones, etc. This kind of security surveillance lets you have full control of your valuable and beloved ones when you are physically away from the location and let you stay connected.
Home Security Cameras
An Integrated Security alarm system that combines Closed Circuit TV (CCTV), access control, and back-to-base monitoring to provides the most comprehensive and affordable security solution to secure and monitor buildings, premises, and staff. Our strong technical expertise and experience have enabled us to design, install, monitor, and manage the latest electronic security technology solutions and systems to secure customers’ business premises, property and provide a safe operating environment for employees, customers, and the general public.
The following instances can be more manageable with the help of home security cameras
- Home surveillance cameras allow you to keep track of your children as they play
- These cameras can alert you in case someone is leaving the house, as well as when someone is fast approaching – be it a guest or
- During extreme weather conditions, security cameras can alert you if a part of the house was affected by the storm or
- Home security cameras can be wireless and hidden, for you to secretly monitor the behavior of the caregiver you hired for your baby or children.
- While your baby is sleeping, you can attend to your tasks in the other rooms of the house while monitoring their
- While you’re away, you can maintain on-time, real-time monitoring by hooking up to your wireless home security cameras via the Internet on the laptop or your mobile
- On the unfortunate incident of an unpreventable crime, home surveillance systems can help identify the intruder, pursue a case against them, and deter possible future crime
Home security cameras are the ultimate gadgets for truly high-tech and mindful parenting. Properly installed, they can avert threats and accidents in your home. Through these highly alert surveillance devices, your property and your family are kept safe and protected at all times.
IP PTZ Cameras
We carry a selection of IP PTZ camera models for covering wide areas such as car parks, retail stores, or casinos. Each IP PTZ camera can be set to tour specified areas according to pre-defined patterns, and thanks to a powerful optical zoom lens they can zoom in on suspicious activity in real- time. 360° endless pan and up to 180° tilt enable each IP PTZ surveillance camera to see every area of the space being monitored. Enhanced imaging features are designed to reduce video noise, and improve image quality in low light and variable lighting environments for clear, detailed video. Our high-definition network PTZ cameras are encased in tough metal housings and use impact-resistant poly-carbonate domes that are virtually shatterproof to vandals. Every network PTZ camera is packed with the features you need for a comprehensive surveillance solution, including motion detection, privacy masking, tampering detection, and event notification.
It is virtually impossible to stop a crime happening, but it is possible to track crime and give valuable leads to the investigating agencies. To accomplish these objectives, the best home security camera system has a very pivotal role to play. Every surveillance camera has different paramount features, and customers can select the best security camera system matching their requirements. Some of the essential for a security camera system is High Definition Resolution, DVR Hard Drive for Recording, Remote Viewing Capability, Infrared Detection for Night Vision and Motion Activation. At least these minimum five features are important and you should make sure that the security camera system is offering all these features.
High Definition Resolution: Cameras with high definition resolution can capture minute details of incidents that a low-resolution camera cannot record. It is important to have maximum details of criminal incidents that can help to nab the culprits. So look for a camera that has a high resolution and higher pixel. If the pixel rates are high, then camera resolution will be more. The resolutions are given in horizontal and vertical numbers for example 1280 x 800. Therefore, look for cameras with higher resolution rates.
DVR Hard Drive for Recording: It is practically not possible to man somebody to monitor and record the activities beamed by the security camera system. In most of the cases, you need to have your premise on surveillance 24 hours throughout the year. In such a scenario, you should have a digital video recording device that can take care of the complete movements by recording. The latest DVR is featuring with intelligent searching options that will ease up to locate and pinpoint the exact clip of the event with date and time stamp. Therefore, it is a must to have a DVR Hard Drive for recording along with the surveillance system.
Remote viewing: The modern security systems have changed the way close circuit monitoring was done earlier. They have created apps and interfaces that can help to view images recorded easily on your Personal computer or Android devices.
Infrared Vision/Good night vision: It is useless to have a surveillance system that cannot show clear pictures even in total darkness. Thus, one must keep this in mind while choosing the best security surveillance system with the best Infra-Red night vision to provide great pictures in total darkness to great distances.
Motion Activation: This is a wonderful feature where the mechanism starts recording in the event any motion is detected. This feature is excellent when there are no many activities, and you want to record the movement when there is some movement happens or some untoward incident occurs.
Integrated Alarm System
An Integrated Security alarm system that combines Closed Circuit TV (CCTV), access control, and back-to-base monitoring provide the most comprehensive and affordable security solution to secure and monitor buildings, premises, and staff. Our strong technical expertise and experience have enabled us to design, install, monitor, and manage the latest electronic security technology solutions and systems to secure customers’ business premises, property and provide a safe operating environment for employees, customers, and the general public.
Recognizing that small business is the engine of job growth and innovation in today’s economy, Our Integrated Security Systems provides small business owners with innovative and cost-effective security and safety solutions…
Motion & intrusion alarm system
Theft and vandalism have a serious effect on a business. Apart from the loss of goods, equipment, and damage to property, these crimes often involve the loss of critical information. They also have a negative psychological impact on both employees and customers.
Our world-class intrusion detection and protection systems help ensure that your property, your assets, and your people are protected 24 hours a day from such threats. Our systems provide a crucial deterrent to criminals and a fast response when required. Systems are designed for your specific business needs and can be integrated with current systems that have to do with motion detection and actuation, giving you the flexibility to enable secure out-of-hours working and deliveries, as well as the capability to manage employee movements in one building or several locations through a single interface.
Electric fencing/Burglary protection
Our Electric fencing is also known as burglary protection systems help ensures that your people, property, and assets are protected 24 hours a day from unwelcome intruders. Our systems provide a crucial deterrent to burglars and an assured response when it is required. They can be integrated to match your specific business needs, giving you the flexibility to enable secure out of hours working and deliveries, as well as the capability to manage your employee movements for a building or several locations through one interface.
Automatic Gate System
In some cases, it may be desirable to lock and unlock doors automatically. This is often done on buildings that are open to the public during the day but are closed at night. In these cases, automatic locking and unlocking eliminate the need for a person to perform this function manually.
As indicated above, all doors which have a card reader already can be programmed to lock and unlock automatically.
In some cases, however, the building management may wish to automatically lock and unlock doors that are not equipped with a card reader.
Doors that lock and unlock automatically but which do not have a card reader are called “Automatically Locked” doors. Automatically locked doors can be programmed to lock and unlock at specific times just like card reader controlled doors can. The cost of an automatically-locked door is less than the cost of a card reader controlled door.
Normally, automatically locked doors are used in conjunction with card reader doors. For example, in many buildings, there are four doors at each building entrance. To permit night entrance, one of these four doors is equipped with a card reader. The other three doors are equipped with the electric lock hardware to allow them to be automatically locked. All four doors are then programmed to automatically lock and unlock at the same time.
Automatically locked doors usually also provide the “Door-Open-Too-Long” (OTL) monitoring feature to prevent them from being propped open.
In some cases, it is desirable to have door status monitoring on doors that are not card reader controlled and not automatically locked. A door that is connected to the access control system for monitoring purposes only is called a “monitored door”.
To create a monitored door, a door position switch is installed on the door and wired into the access control field panel.
When a monitored door is opened, it reports to the access control system server computer. The actions to be taken when the door is opened can vary depending on how the system has been configured.
For example, at the Administration Building, there is a door that leads to the roof. The person in charge, the security coordinator, wants to know anytime that this door is opened. Clients arrange to have this door monitored by the access control system.
When the door to the roof is opened, it sounds an alert at the access control system server computer, notifying Clients. Also, the event is recorded on the system journal at the server computer allowing future recall through the reporting feature.
Monitored doors can be configured to cause other system events to occur, such as sound audible alarms, turn on lights, etc. The actual sequence of events (what device is activated, when, for how long) can be defined on a door-by-door basis through the access control system software.
Access Control System
Over the years, access control systems have become more and more sophisticated. Today, the term “access control system” most often refers to a computer-based, electronic card access control system. The electronic card access control system uses a special “access card”, rather than a brass key, to permit access into the secured area.
When used within this document, the term “access control system” refers to an electronic card access control system.
Access control systems are most commonly used to control entry into exterior doors of buildings. Access control systems may also be used to control access into certain areas located within the interior of buildings.
The purpose of an access control system is to provide quick, convenient access to those persons who are authorized, while at the same time, restricting access to unauthorized people.
Basic Components of an Access Control System
Access control systems vary widely in type and complexity. However, most card access control systems consist of at least the following basic components:
The access card may be thought of as an electronic “key”. The access card is used by persons to gain access through the doors secured by the access control system. Each access card is uniquely encoded. Most access cards are approximately the same size as a standard credit card, and can easily be carried in a wallet or purse.
Card readers are the devices used to electronically “read” the access card. Card readers may be of the “insertion” type (which require insertion of the card into the reader) or maybe of the “proximity” type (which only require that the card be held in a 3″ to 6″ proximity of the reader. Card readers are usually mounted on the exterior (non-secured) side of the door that they control.
Access control keypads are devices that may be used in addition to or in place of card readers. The access control keypad has numeric keys which look similar to the keys on a touch-tone telephone.
The access control keypad requires that a person desiring to gain access enter correct numeric code. When access control keypads are used in addition to card readers, both a valid card and the correct code must be presented before entry is allowed.
Where access control keypads are used in place of card readers, only a correct code is required to gain entry.
Electric lock hardware is the equipment that is used to electrically lock and unlock each door that is controlled by the access control system.
There are a wide variety of different types of electric lock hardware. These types include electric locks, electric strikes, electromagnetic locks, electric exit devices, and many others. The specific type and arrangement of hardware to be used on each door is determined based on the construction conditions at the door.
In almost all cases, the electric lock hardware is designed to control entrance into a building or secured space. To comply with building and fire codes, the electric lock hardware never restricts the ability to freely exit the building at any time.
ACCESS CONTROL FIELD PANELS
Access control field panels (also known as “Intelligent Controllers”) are installed in each building where access control is to be provided. Card readers, electric lock hardware, and other access control devices are all connected to the access control field panels.
The access control field panels are used to process access control activity at the building level. The number of access control field panels to be provided in each building depends on the number of doors to be controlled. Access control field panels are usually installed in telephone, electrical, or communications closets.
The access control server computer is the “brain” of the access control system. The access control server computer serves as the central database and files manager for the access control system; and is responsible for recording system activity, and distributing information to and from the access control field panels.
Normally, a single access control server computer can be used to control a large number of card- reader controlled doors.
The access control server computer is usually a standard computer which runs special access control system application software. In most cases, the computer is dedicated to full-time use with the access control system.