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Speed Dome Surveillance Cameras“CCTV security systems are considered to be the most effective method of reducing crime.”  

Closed Circuit Television“CCTV” has become an accepted tool to help reduce crime, protecting public spaces, transport networks, business and organisations of all kinds.
CCTV systems can provide instant alerts when trouble occurs ensuring that crime against people, theft and vandalism are substantially reduced.  And when a incident does occur, CCTV recordings can provide valuable evidence improving the likelihood of conviction.

We provide CCTV camera solutions to fit all applications both internally and externally from the home, small corner cafe, factories, estates, office blocks, a hospital, public spaces. Our CCTV systems can be intelligently integrated in to others security systems including security lighting, access control, intruder and fire alarms.

The Electric Fence Company offer a range of products and services. We also undertake custom, high end and specialized projects offering innovative solutions from High Definition (HD) video systems to remote access, Wireless intergrations, mobile surveillance and ' IP surveillance' systems.

View live surveillance camera video footage on your cellphoneViewing your surveillance cameras streaming video on your cell phone

If you get a surveillance system installed by US, are you aware that you can view the mobile video LIVE on your cell phone? It is quick and easy to do and all you need is a compatible cell phone, n addition, a high-speed internet connection, and we will do the rest.

  • View live video on your cellphone
  • Play back recorded footage
  • Trigger events, switch on lights open gates etc
  • From anywhere in the world

Product Information

Surveillance Cameras

IP Cameras & IP Video Servers


Specialist Surveillance Cameras

IP Intelligent Video Analytics



Bullet Cameras
A bullet camera is a video camera used in surveillance systems, named because of its shape and size. Bullet cameras are small between (50-150 millimeters long and between 20-50 mm in diameter) most are limited to a fixed focal length lens. While bullet cameras are good for small spaces, most are weatherproof, these cameras offer good picture quality during the day & under well-illuminated areas, these cameras do not come equipped with infrared illumination.

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digital box camera
Professional (Box or CS-Mount)
Box cameras are equipped with a screw type CS-Mount to mount a lens; these cameras offer a wide range of selection, and are very versatile when using the correct lens, these cameras are Colour, some are Day/Night offering Wide Dynamic range of features, like backlighting, IR-filtering, high speed capture of moving objects and a lot more

Dome cameras are exactly as they imply, these cameras come packaged in a Dome or (Half an Orb) shape, they vary in complexity from very simple fixed lens cameras to high end units very much like the Professional (Box or CS-Mount) cameras offering all the features. Dome cameras are manufactured in weatherproof and vandal proof variants, due to their shape they offer very good vandal and impact resistance, these are an excellent choice of camera offering an almost complete rang of cameras for most surveillance requirements.

vandal proof camera
Speed Domes (PTZ)
Speed Dome cameras are combined Pan, Tilt, Zoom camera platforms that feature a motorized mount which allows the camera to tilt remotely up down, pan left to right & zoom in and out and, the focus is all done automatically. Speed dome of (PTZ) systems are very versatile offering high magnification lenses, Auto-patrol and auto-tracking features, AutoTrack enables the camera to track an object continuously. & as the object moves away from the camera, it zooms the camera in to follow the motion more accurately within the larger field-of-view


IP Cameras
IP cameras are Closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras that utilize Internet Protocol to transmit image data and control signals over a Fast Ethernet link. As such, IP cameras are also commonly referred to as network cameras. IP cameras are primarily used for surveillance in the same manner as analog closed-circuit television. A number of IP cameras are normally deployed together with a digital video recorder (DVR) or a network video recorder (NVR) to form a video surveillance system.

The terms IP camera and network camera are most commonly used to refer to surveillance cameras with a Fast Ethernet interface.

An IP Camera is a stand-alone device which allows you to view live, full motion video from anywhere in the world. IP Cameras can be used for surveillance of both homes and businesses. With the ability to record live video to a remote location, IP Cameras allow you to make sure your recorded video is safe by storing it at a location that only you can access.

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megapixel ip cameras
Megapixel IP Cameras
Megapixel IP Security Cameras are the latest advancement in image performance for the Video security industry. Megapixel IP Network Security Cameras are available in a wide range of types and High Definition performance levels.

Megapixel security Camera Imaging is by far the greatest improvement to Video Surveillance since the DVR. Now the Combination of an NVR and even a 1.3 Megapixel Camera can produce 4 times the resolution of any standard Analogue security Camera. Megapixel Imaging is the ideal choice when detail matters, many of the Megapixel IP Security Cameras can produce up to 19 times the resolution of the highest performing CCTV Security Camera.

IP Video Servers
A video encoder (also referred to as video server) digitizes analog video signals and sends digital images directly over an IP network, such as a LAN, intranet or Internet. It essentially turns an analog video system into a network video system and enables users to view live images using a Web browser or a video management software on any local or remote computer on a network.

It allows authorized viewers from different locations to simultaneously access images from the same analog camera, as well as network cameras if they are added to the system. 

video server

DVR "Digital Video Recorders
A digital video recorder ( DVR) is a device that records Surveillance video footage in a digital format to a disk drive or other memory medium within a device. The term includes Imbedded, Hybrid, NVR and IP recording and “PC Based” software for personal computers which enables video capture and playback to and from disk.

PC based Digital Video Recorders are complete hardware/software computer-based systems incorporating video capture, video multiplexing, video and audio recording and playback, video display and remote video access via modem, Internet and/3G or LAN.
In most surveillance operations using a DVR, the commonly used method is to link the DVR card to a computer containing the software primarily a Windows operating system .

IP Video Management Systems provides seamless management of digital video, audio, and data across any IP network. It enables live and recorded images to be viewed at single or numerous workstations simultaneously at any location, using industry-standard IT server. Allowing cameras, recorders, and viewing stations to be placed anywhere in network, scalable system has integrated user management supporting open protocol (LDAP). Because it enables live and recorded video images of any site to be viewed at any time, from any location, the Video Management System provides complete management and control of an installation. It is also scalable, which provides the flexibility of starting small and expanding a security system as needed. The Bosch Video Management Systems are suitable for a wide range of security applications, including government, banks, airports, railways, traffic, and university campuses.


Specialist Security Camera Systems
Until recently there weren't’t many specialist applications for Security Surveillance cameras, these cameras were more specifically used in the industrial and military applications, However technology has progressed to a level where security cameras are capable of capturing vehicle registrations, facial recognition, thermal imaging systems that see in the dark under extreme weather conditions and more

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extreme environment cameras

Extreme Environment Cameras
Extreme Environment cameras are field proven to capture images in the most challenging conditions including; extreme temperature ranges, low-light and no-light environments, corrosive or volatile atmospheres and vandal prone areas.
Cameras featuring anchor-free No-Grip design, for maximum safety in environments with at-risk individuals, impossible to grip or hang from. In high-risk areas, such as hospitals or prisons, the camera helps to prevent at-risk persons from self-inflicted harm.

Tough, compact, explosion-protected cameras with performance optics for effective surveillance in hazardous environments such as oil and gas and chemical facilities , cameras designed to work in sub zero temperatures.

Integrated Infrared Day Night Cameras
Infrared day/night cameras have a single-sensor infrared imager for outdoor day/ night surveillance applications These cameras incorporate built-in infrared illumination technology. The design allows top performance in the most challenging of environmental conditions resulting in outstanding versatility for critical 24/7 surveillance applications.

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license plate recognition camera

License Plate Recognition
Vehicle licence plate capture cameras are engineered to overcome the many challenges of licence plate recognition. These cameras are dedicated cameras designed to capture the plate 24/7, from vehicles moving at speed and regardless of the prevailing weather or ambient lighting conditions. These cameras incorporate advanced active-infrared, optics and Ambient Rejection technology to deliver high-contrast license plate images under any lighting condition and at speeds up to 200 Kilometers per hour

Thermal imaging Surveillance Cameras
A thermographic camera, sometimes called a “Thermal imaging camera” or an infrared camera less specifically, is a device that forms an image using infrared radiation, similar to a common camera that forms an image using visible light. Instead of the 450–750 nanometer range of the visible light camera, infrared cameras operate in wavelengths as long as 14,000 nm (14 µm).

Originally developed for military use, thermographic cameras have slowly migrated into the security fields. More recently, the lowering of prices have helped fuel the adoption of infrared viewing technology. Advanced optics and sophisticated software interfaces continue to enhance the versatility of IR cameras. These cameras are immune to snow, rain, cloud cover, smoke, and mist, they are operated day and night offering a very high level of surveillance flexibility.

Thermal imaging Surveillance Cameras
Video Analytics


Video Analytics
Video analytics is the practice of using computers to automatically identify things of interest without an operator having to view the video. 

Video Analytics is a technology that is used to analyze video for specific data, behavior, objects or attitude. It has a wide range of applications including safety and security. The software algorithms run on processors inside a computer or on an embedded computer platform in video cameras, recording devices, or specialized video processing units. Video analytics algorithms together are integrated with video and called Intelligent Video Software systems that run on standard off-the-shelf computers or embedded into small chips called digital signal processors (DSPs) that run in IP cameras or encoders. The technology can evaluate the contents of video to determine specified information about the content of that video.

Examples of video analytics applications include counting the number of pedestrians entering a door or geographic region, determining the location, speed and direction of travel, identifying suspicious movement of people or assets.

Commercial applications of this technology are increasingly widespread in the General Security, Government, Retail, Transport and Financial Services Sectors.

Video Analytics should not be confused with traditional Video Motion Detection (VMD), a technology that has been in the market for over 20 years.