Dome CCTV Cameras

Dome Security Cameras are named for their dome like shape. Dome cameras are commonly used in surveillance systems inside of homes, casinos, retail stores, and restaurants. This is because dome cameras are more fashionable and blend in very well to their surroundings. Because of their dome shape, it is difficult for someone to tell which direction the lens of a Dome Camera is actually aiming. When shopping for a Dome Camera, you should consider if you need night vision, in which case you should look at an infrared dome camera.

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PTZ Cameras

Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) is a name given to a type of IP camera where the user can control the movement and position of the lens from a remote location using controls on an Internet browser or software application.

Panning refers to horizontal movement of the lens where tilting describes vertical movement. The process of zooming refers to the adjustment of the focal length of the lens to make a subject appear close-up or far away depending on the setting. Although a lot of cameras come with vari-focal lenses with focal length adjustment, a camera described as PTZ will almost certainly have an adjustable optical zoom.

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 Bullet Cameras

The Bullet Camera is a generally small camera that can be placed in various discreet locations, usually far enough out of reach to avoid vandalism. These cameras are designed with a streamlined structure that allows them to be set up in places that most cameras couldn’t be placed in. Naturally, because of the design, this is where the camera gets its name. When you set up your security camera system, you want to be able to do it with the confidence that your cameras won’t be susceptible to vandalism. When you choose to have a Bullet Camera as part of you’re system, you get that confidence as they are easy to hide.

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Access Control System

Access control systems allow door entry and exit to authorized credentialed users, without the hassle of lost keys and lock replacement.

Systems can be as small as one door controlled locally and expanded to include hundreds of doors and the potential to remotely control multiple locations.

Access can be layered so that one user can have complete access to every door and a second user may have restricted access to only part of a building at a certain time of day.

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Biometric Door Locks

Biometric locks employ high-tech fingerprint recognition technology to verify your identity before allowing a locked door to be opened.

A biometric lock uses an optical or thermal scanner to read and memorize your fingerprint (and the fingerprints of other authorized users who you decide should have access to your home).

Opening a biometric door lock is typically a two-step process. First, press your fingertip—or hand—to the scanner, and the device identifies your unique characteristics. Next, you type an authentication code into a keypad to open the lock.

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Face Recognition

The human face plays an important role in our social interaction, conveying people’s identity. Using the human face as a key to security, biometric face recognition technology has received significant attention in the past several years due to its potential for a wide variety of applications in both law enforcement and non-law enforcement.

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Fingerprint Scanner

A fingerprint scanner is a type of technology that identifies and authenticates the fingerprints of an individual in order to grant or deny access to a computer system or a physical facility.

It is a type of biometric security technology that utilizes the combination of hardware and software techniques to identify the fingerprint scans of an individual.

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Audio Door Phone

Audio door is famous for reliable audio quality and perfect technical specification, and authentic sound is obtained. Thus, the user will find no trouble in recognizing the visitor even without images.

A Door Phone System enables you to communicate with your visitors from inside your house or apartment without opening the door. A Door Phone System consists of a unit placed at the entrance of your house/apartment (door station) and of a unit inside your house/apartment (audio or video door phone). The power supply is centralized and can be installed near your power distribution box.

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Video Door Phone

A Video Door Phone is a new type of intercom system that uses a door camera typically installed into a doorbell, so as the operator can see a visual verification of who is at their door. These video intercom systems use two parts, a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter typically combines a video camera and intercom with a doorbell. The receiver is usually a small screen that displays the output from the camera mounted in the transmitter and includes intercom controls. In many products the receiver can be used to remotely open a door that has been set up with an electronic lock.

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Multi Video Door Phone

There are a lot of things you can do to boost security and make your apartment crime-resistant. From laundry service to vegetable vendors walking in and out of your apartment on a day to day basis, it becomes hard to keep track on the safety within the premise. It is important to take an extra step to ensure your building with foolproof security to safeguard your property. While you are pressured for time between your daily tasks, you need someone trustworthy to stay alert and avert even the slightest malpractice in your premise.

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Joytech offer a wide-range of CCTV accessories including Camera Brackets, CCTV Power Supplies, Video Distributors, Video Amplifiers, CCTV Monitors, Cat-5 Transmitter/Receivers, CCTV Cable and everything needed to install our CCTV products.

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