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All the bolt on bits of equipment ...
Having already explored all the conventional technology associated with modern CCTV systems, there are in fact many other pieces of specialist equipment, which are rarely if ever mentioned in polite conversation. Whilst its relatively straightforward to design a complex system using many off the shelf components, some of the more interesting bits are a little more difficult to come by. Video Motion Detection (VMD) has been around for years, and yet is still somewhat misunderstood. Time and Date Generators, Caption Generators, Video Loss Alarms, Video Distribution Amps., Video Printers, Bulk Tape Erasers, Test equipment ... the list goes on. And dont forget the dumb stuff, like signage, bracketry, supporting columns and towers; without most of which, no self respecting camera would be able to look you in the eye.
Video Motion Detection (VMD) - If it moves in the picture, you'll know about it; an unblinking security guard or a blinking waste of money?
Time and Date Generators (TDG) - If you would like to set an accurate time and date display, you will need a TDG,
Video Loss Alarms (VLA) - Technical failure or first signs of attack; a video loss alarm can make all the differance.
Video Distribution Amplifiers (VDA) - Send your pictures all over the shop - a VDA is often a system builders, very best friend.
Video Printers - When you absolutely must have that picture in your hand, exactly what are the options?
Ancillary equipment- A Bulk Eraser for videocassettes, Pulse Generator or signal test generators, RF Modulators , Luma Key, Lux Meter, Lightning and electronic surge protectors, Video Isolation Transformers, and more besides.
Image Stabilisation equipment - (page under construction).
Legally compliant signage - Its one thing to catch em 'at it', but you dont want to let them go on a technicality. Crooks absolutely hate signs ... sometimes!
Brackets and support devices - For top quality pictures of a hold up, you first have to hold up the camera.
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