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ABUS CCTV Systems at Halls of Cambridge

ABUS CCTV Systems from Halls of Cambridge Locksmith


ABUS Video Surveillance Kits: Camera and Digital Recorder Kits

ABUS offers complete systems for video surveillance. For all-round protection of your home, choose one of our cost-efficient digital recorder camera kits. Another special advantage: the components of the complete systems are perfectly coordinated with each other.

Video Surveillance for Your Home – Complete Systems from ABUS

Would you like to be able to pay a visit to your home to see if everything is OK, regardless of where you are in the world? Would you like to deter vandals, thieves and burglars and, if worse comes to worst, record them? Then our complete video surveillance systems are the right solution for you. They will provide you with inexpensive, convenient and user-friendly basis protection for your home, property or apartment.

ABUS CCTV Systems from Halls of Cambridge Locksmith


Basic Digital Recorder Kits for Private Surveillance

With the ABUS digital recorder camera kits, you are relying on a compact and cost-efficient whole solution. In private homes, four camera channels are usually sufficient for surveillance of the most important areas. The recording runs continuously, according to a schedule, or on an event-controlled basis – triggered by motion detection or alarms.

Digital Wireless Transmission Sets: Surveillance Without Cables

Video surveillance was rarely so simple and reliable while simultaneously being able to be used at any time and being nearly self-explanatory. The motion detectors of the camera detect movement in the environment and transmit what is happening to the monitor, which can then save the signal to an SD card – while playback is simultaneously provided on the monitor. Even at night and with audio.

To discuss you Domestic CCTV Requirements call Halls of Cambridge today.