CCTV Systems Cape Town


The safety of one’s home or business is one of our primary concerns as people. To enhance your security at your premises we always suggest the approach of layered security. Whilst you may not be able to always stop these events from happening, you may be able to catch the perpetrators on video and be able to supply video evidence with facial features, etc. to the police.

Built from the latest Video Surveillance Technology

The CCTV Systems we supply to Cape Town are built with the latest Video Surveillance Technology. All CCTV Cameras, DVR Units and Video Surveillance Products we offer, are Tested and Used by most security companies around the world, so quality and reliability is guaranteed.  

We only sell professional grade CCTV Products that help protect your family & business with the Highest Quality CCTV Systems. Some of our products include High Definition Analogue Systems being AHD & HD-TVI and the latest Digital HD-SDI & IP CCTV equipment as well as other advanced Security product solutions.

Some Reasons to setup CCTV systems at your home and/or business…


Security systems such as CCTV Cameras are becoming more and more prominent with local government / law enforcement and City Improvement Districts. There are four reasons for this as listed below:


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    Different formats of CCTV systems

    Analogue CCTV system

    Analogue CCTV cameras stream video images to a digital video recorder (DVR) which converts the video to a digital format. To view the video, the DVR needs to be connected to a monitor or internet router. The router allows for remote access via an APP.

    IP CCTV system

    An Internet Protocol camera, or IP camera, is a digital video camera that receives control data and sends image data via the Internet to a Network Video Recorder. These cameras are commonly used for surveillance. however unlike analog CCTV cameras, they require no local recording device if you are wanting to use them for live streaming purposes.


    Analogue CCTV uses coax and a power cable while an IP camera uses standard network (Cat 5e or Cat 6) cabling. 

    IP cameras today have a much higher resolution than Analogue CCTV cameras. The higher resolution of IP cameras results in a much larger field of view when compared to analog cameras.

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