Discover our HD CCTV systems that include IP network based cameras and a minimum 2MP high definition imagery so you can capture high quality images and playback with great clarity in the event of a crime. Whether you need a CCTV system for indoor or outdoor use, we have the best solution for you.

Indoor and outdoor camera systems for all round protection

For internal use, our dome or turret style camera is ideal as they blend into the interior decoration better, while our high profile bullet camera is ideal for external use due to its superior weather-proofing. 

With at least IP66 waterproof, the bullet style camera also has rain cowls to prevent water blurring the image and has infrared illumination for improved night viewing. 

Our IP HD Bullet Camera includes:

  • IP66 waterproof
  • 4.6 to 56mm zoom lens
  • 80m long range infrared illumination
  • 4MP high resolution
  • ANPR configurable 

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HD day and night images to protect your staff, property and machinery

With crisp, well illuminated, HD digital images, you can capture events easily as well as detect and reduce crime around you. Using our advanced networkable CCTV cameras will better protect your staff, property and machinery with infrared night vision and IP66 rating for external use. 


This pairs perfectly with our door access security systems to ensure your site is kept secure at all times.

Store between 1TB to 100TB of high quality footage

With a range of hard drive storage options available from 1TB to 100TB, you can capture every image in real time from all your cameras for 30 days. Longer periods can be accommodated with a larger hard drive however, due to the Data Protection Act, we don’t recommend keeping the data for a longer period than necessary. 

Multiple cameras can be individually recorded with Network Video Recorders (NVRs). To manage disk space, we may recommend recording at a lower frame rate and increase to real time when an event is recorded. 

Quick installation for instant protection

With two decades of CCTV installation experience, we understand minimal disruption and a system that works first time is essential to our clients. So we pre-build our system components off-site in dedicated workshops and pre-test them to ensure you get the highest quality of service time after time. Doing this reduces time on site installing and allows your site to be better protected as soon as possible.

Capture vehicle number plates for authorised vehicles

Whether you need to capture vehicle number plates to operate gates and barriers or to record them for a crime, a dedicated Automatic Number Plate Recognition Camera (ANPR) will reliably document this for you. 

Using the latest image enhancing technology, these specialist cameras capture crisp images of vehicle number plates day and night. Couple with dedicated or third-party software, you can set it up to capture all number plates the camera comes across. When linked via a database, authorised vehicles can operate gates and barriers automatically if their vehicle has permission. 

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View live or recorded CCTV images remotely at your convenience

All of our Network Video Recorders (NVRs) allow remote access viewing and playback from your desktop PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone, subject to network connectivity. View high speed live or recorded footage from any of your cameras when you have internet access. 

Integrate your old CCTV system easily without fuss

Installing a Hybrid NVR (with digital and analogue ports) will connect your existing analogue cameras to the new HD platform so you can benefit from enhanced imagery and protection. 

With the best of both worlds, you can have a HD CCTV system without the cost of a full immediate system replacement. There is aso flexibility to gradually upgrade your system over an extended period of time.

Need a CCTV security system to protect your business?

Not to worry. If you’ve got an upcoming project you’d like to discuss security solutions for and receive free advice, contact our site security expert here.

Alternatively, if you’ve had a recent break-in or theft and need a solution ASAP, call 08456 121332 now. We’re available 24/7.


We are SSAIB and insurance approved CCTV installers ensuring that our systems are installed to the highest specification and in accordance with the British Standard BS: 50132 and BS: 8418. Additionally, we are proud to have Axis Silver Partner status. Find out more here…

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Do you have questions about our CCTV systems? See below for our frequently asked questions. If your question is not here, contact our experts

What is an NVR?

An NVR (Network Video Recorder) is the latest recording system for CCTV systems. The recording device sits on the network and receives images from the network video cameras on site.

How many CCTV cameras can be connected to a single NVR?

The smallest NVRs are as small as 4 inputs. As a general rule, the most popular NVRs are 8/16/32 camera input machines.

How long will the CCTVs record for?

Recording capability is governed by the hard disk size of the machine. However, we normally advise getting a hard disk capable of recording all the cameras for around 30 days. Longer periods are possible but this will require a larger hard disk.

How much CCTV recording history should I retain?

This depends on your requirements, but we recommend that you do not keep recorded data longer than is necessary to reduce the data retained. This enables compliance with the Data Protection Act (DPA).

What happens to the oldest recordings?

The NVR starts overwriting the oldest recordings once the disc is full. This ensures you will always retain a full recording history.

What happens if I want to retain something that is going to be overwritten?

If you have an event that you need to retain for evidential purposes, you can retain this data by downloading it to a network-connected PC, so that you can keep the images for a later date.

Can my existing CCTV cameras be connected to the new NVR?

In most cases, yes. Older analogue cameras cannot be connected to the latest NVRs, however, there are Hybrid NVRs that will accept both analogue and IP cameras. This allows you to retain your existing cameras, whilst installing new IP cameras.

How do I achieve clear night-time CCTV images?

If external lighting is an issue or you want to reduce your energy bills by not having lighting on all night, you can install IR Infrared enabled cameras that produce black and white images in total darkness. There are various ranges available and standard cameras can illuminate between 15m and 70m easily. Longer distances are achievable with secondary lamps if required.

Can I get records of vehicles entering the car park?

The best way to record number plates is to install dedicated ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) Cameras. These cameras use image capture technology and record the registration plates of vehicles entering your premises, day or night.

Can I view my CCTV system remotely?

Yes, subject to network connection. Authorised users can connect to the NVR via several platforms including PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone using the dedicated software or app.

What features are available remotely?

This depends on the NVR, but typically all the functions are available remotely. This includes viewing, playback, operating functional cameras and disk management, to name a few.

What happens to the CCTV system if there is a power failure?

We specify a UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) within our system design to keep the main NVR working for a short period after a power cut. Longer periods can be achieved but will require a larger UPS.