Doktor Jons Guide to the "Use and Application of CCTV"
This is part of the Technical Section - The 'Equipment Directory'

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- Welcome to the -
'CCTV / IP Video Equipment Directory'

So what exactly does this Equipment Directory provide?


Doktor Jon knows that when it comes to trying to source CCTV equipment, simply being able to compare all the various products on the market, can be just the start of the problem.

Understanding, not just the manufacturers quoted specification, but also the underlying performance implications when combining various items into an operational system, frequently requires a high degree of knowledge and experience simply to get the best out of the eventual package.

To help with selecting the most appropriate equipment, why not use this page as a launcher, to research all the very latest products available in the global market place .

The technical data listed in this section, has been provided by the equipment manufacturers, and as you can appreciate, Doktor Jon cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of these details, or indeed the suitability of any individual product, for a given application.

Please Note: This section is currently under construction, and is due for launch late 2008.
At present only a few links (top left of this page) are enabled.


Manufacturers wishing to submit their product data for inclusion, please forward details to:


End users & Installers requiring further information can contact D.J. on:


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