CCTV Accessories

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CCTV Kit Add-ons

Additional cameras perfect for increasing the scope of your existing kit. Just make sure your DVR has enough free channels to support additional cameras, and don’t forget you’ll need extra power and video cables to get them up and running.

Dome Cameras

Dome cameras are more compact than the ones normally supplied with CCTV kits, and are ideal for discretely monitoring your property rather deterring unwelcome activity. They can be mounted to walls and ceilings, so can be placed in the most convenient and effective place.

Pan, Tilt & Zoom Cameras

Pan, Tilt & Zoom (PTZ) cameras can be moved using controls on the DVR or via the mobile app on your smartphone or tablet. These are perfect for covering a large open area, and give you the ability to focus in on activity for much more detailed footage.

Outdoor Cameras

Outdoor cameras are designed to be used outside in all weather conditions. They feature better weather protection than other cameras and are ideal for securing areas more exposed to the wind and rain.

WiFi Dongles

A WiFi dongle plugs into the DVR allowing it to connect to your home or business network. You can then access your DVR remotely on the go via your smartphone.

Bullet Cameras

Bullet cameras are more affordable than other variants and are designed to be aimed at specific location such as a door, window or driveway. They have different features to suit your application including night vision, weather proofing and wireless connectivity.

Dummy cameras

Dummy cameras look identical to fully functioning versions and are an effective visual deterrent. They work well with existing CCTV cameras and give the impression of a comprehensive security set up at a fraction of the cost.

Extension Cables

Any additional cameras you add to your set up will, at a minimum, need powering. Non-wireless cameras also require a video cable, which is usually integrated into the power cable, so you only need to run one wire through your property.

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