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Surveillance and monitoring

Simply scalable video security

  • Store up to 700 hours of recording 
  • View footage quicker via Timelapse 
  • Receive email alerts  
  • Record in full HD resolution day and night, in– and outdoor 
  • Customize zones for motion-triggered recording 
  • Access live stream and footage from anywhere via the free cloud service or mobile app 


Increased protection 

Keep property and all individuals safe 

Crime prevention 

Discourage criminal activities with camera presence 

Cost effective   

No monthly subscription fee after install 

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What is CCTV?

A CCTV is a video surveillance system that is placed in security cameras to help record images and videos in and around a property. The camera works by monitoring, recording video images and transmitting them to a monitor. A CCTV is therefore used primarily for security purposes. It monitors and offers round the clock surveillance in private and public property. It is also used in preventing and investigating a crime. 

What does CCTV stand for?

CCTV stands for Closed Circuit Television. It is a closed circuit system since it’s signal transmission is not open like in the case of broadcast television. CC transmits footage to a single monitor, while the TV in the system transmits moving images to different monitors. 

Can sound be recorded via this system?

It is against New Zealand law to record sound via CCTV systems, hence this functionality is turned off. 

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