Closed circuit television systems are an effective deterrent against theft, vandalism and trespassing as well as a useful resource in the event of a prosecution. Hades Fire Protection are able to offer expert advice on CCTV systems and are experienced in the design, installation and maintenance of a broad range of system technologies.
From a single camera overlooking a doorway to networked multiple dome cameras connected to a digital video recorder which can be viewed and controlled remotely over the internet.
For every installation, Hades Fire Protection carry out an environmental survey to ascertain the normal working LUX (lighting) levels of the area. Additional lighting can be provided - both white light or covert infrared - if required to ensure that the CCTV systems are working to their maximum potential. Having extra lighting around your property not only provides an extra level of security to people around the property at night, but can allow your cameras to pick up a clearer image.
All Hades Fire Protection engineers hold IPAF and PASMA licences for high access equipment enabling us to install and maintain CCTV systems in normally unreachable areas.
All our systems are compliant with the Data Protection Act 1998 and our engineers are well trained to know what it is acceptable to film, and where you may need to seek advice from the Information Commissioner's' Office. It is wholly against our policy to fit a system that is against regulations, as this can sometimes lead to customers having to pay large penalty amounts.
CCTV Remote Monitoring
On the simplest level Hades Fire Protection can connect your home or business CCTV system to your router which can then be viewed by the customer online or via a network.
A more complex system can be connected to an intrusion detection system and monitored by our third party NSI gold approved Alarm Receiving Centre, Southern Monitoring Systems. They look at the cameras and assess if there is a problem and can either call the police or even use installed speakers to communicate with the trespasser.