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Re-deployable CCTV Camera Systems – Essex, UK
ClearView’s manufactured Re-deployable CCTV Camera systems are designed to be quickly set up and easily moved from place to place, to view live and recorded events remotely. They can be provided for deployment on lamp posts or buildings, on trailers or vehicles.
Our range of Re-deployable CCTV Camera systems has transmission options including:
- Mobile phone/3G
- Wireless IP
- Copper & fibre-optic cable
The most appropriate transmission system is chosen to suit the application and depends on mobile transmission coverage and geographical considerations including Line-of-Sight.
All re-deployable CCTV camera systems have:
- Fixed IP addresses
- A minimum of 500Gb on-board removable hard disc drive
- Wall and lamp post fixing brackets
CCTV recordings may be downloaded remotely over the transmission link, or locally using wired or wireless IP.
A variety of camera options are available:
- Intelligent auto-tracking camera – auto zoom in and follow specific, user-defined behaviour
- High speed re-deployable dome or vandal-resistant PTZ camera with full telemetry control
- Fixed weatherproof colour/mono camera with telephoto lens and IR illumination
- Covert pin-hole camera within a variety of hides
Re-deployable CCTV Camera – Features & Benefits
- High speed pan, tilt and zoom functions
- Full telemetry control
- Transmit pictures without the need for fixed line
- Ideal for monitoring covert operations
- Continuous recording with removable hard disc caddy
- Operates with all standard CCTV cameras
- Rapid deployment
- Suitable for temporary installation
Easily and rapidly deployed – camera record or transmit unit can be mounted onto lamp posts and walls using standard fixings or located internally. To activate, a 230VAC mains power (battery power option) is required.
Viewing – multiple cameras can be viewed from any standard PC or laptop connected via IP, ADSL or mobile phone.
Variety of transmission methods – using mobile 3G, GSM, HSCDS and Wireless IP networks, the re-deployable camera system can transmit pictures without needing a fixed telephone line. Connection and download speeds range from less than 1 ips (GSM), to real-time 50 ips @ 4 CIF (wireless IP) dependent on the network used. The preferred mobile network service provider is 3G due to its high speed data uplink capabilities.
Continuous video recording – whenever the camera sees motion, even if images are not being viewed remotely. Recorded images can also be viewed remotely after the event. The hard disc is provided in removable caddy format, so that the complete disc may be removed for viewing using a PC or laptop. Evidence may be secured and stored for use within the Criminal Justice System at a later date.
Crime and anti-social behaviour often occurs sporadically in areas not protected by fixed line CCTV Systems, so the system can be rapidly deployed to monitor crime hotspots.
Fly-tippers frequently target remote sites. This system can operate without mains power and can be deployed discreetly in areas other systems are unable to reach.
Events & Festivals – Redeployable CCTV Camera
ClearView has been providing trailer mounted re-deployable camera systems for many years and manufactured a large number for use on the London Olympic 2012 Park.
The TrailerCam rapid deployment CCTV system provides an immediate surveillance solution for any site, however remote. It is ideal for temporary or semi-permanent CCTV applications comprising rugged PTZ camera mounted on a 6m telescopic tower. Options include fixed cameras, wireless PIR detectors, PA system and a range of transmission options.
Its compact design means TrailerCam fits comfortably into a transit van for transportation. On site it is easily manoeuvred into position by one person and its wheels can be removed as an anti-vandal measure. The telescopic tower is first extended horizontally, before being raised to the vertical using a hydraulic ram. The system operates using site power, but has a built-in battery back-up which provides full operation for up to 72 hours.