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Don’t Get Caught With Your Camera Down!
May 14, 2013
Any mechanical device can eventually wear out, so take steps to ensure your surveillance equipment is working well.
One of the great things about today’s surveillance equipment is that it runs smoothly and automatically, with no operator intervention needed. The potential downside of this convenience is the tendency to fall into the "set-it-and-forget-it" mode. Like any piece of equipment, however, digital video recorders and cameras don’t last forever. So, especially if you have an older video surveillance system, it is a good idea to get into the habit of checking your system – both DVR and cameras – to make sure all of your cameras are online and recording. By checking your system regularly, you can minimize the potential for an incident to go un-captured by surveillance.
Backing up the data for your access control system can save you hours of work and reduce system downtime.
Step inside our Little Chute showroom and you¹ll see that only the finest security products make the cut. From simple security lock to advanced HD surveillance camera, each item is ttested before it reaches our displays. Our team makes sure pieces meet manufacturer specs, work properly and get the highest marks for quality and customization and security technology.