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CCTV Systems

Intruder Alarms

Access Control

CCTV systems are imperative for all premise, whether you operate an office complex of 100 employees, own a small local restaurant or live in a small cottage. They are one of the best ways to ensure security of your property.

Why do I need a CCTV System?

They are the perfect deterrent

Surveillance Systems aren’t expensive or complicated

They are impenetrable

They provide you with remote surveillance

CCTV Systems

Regular CCTV maintenance is important to ensure your CCTV systems perform at its optimum level. We offer annual cover at flexible and competitive rates. Many of our customers are already signed up and enjoy the peace of mind and cost savings CCTV maintenance contracts bring.

Contact us for a free quote – we will take over CCTV equipment installed by other companies too. Senile visits are arranged to coincide with extreme seasonal changes, once during the autumn to ready the system for the winter and once in spring to check the system after any harsh cold conditions.

CCTV systems are imperative for all premise, whether you operate an office complex of 100 employees, own a small local restaurant or live in a small cottage. They are one of the best ways to ensure security of your property.

Why do I need a CCTV System?

  • They are the perfect deterrent
  • Surveillance systems aren’t expensive or complicated
  • They are impenetrable
  • They provide you with remote surveillance

Regular CCTV maintenance is important to ensure your CCTV systems perform at its optimum level. We offer annual cover at flexible and competitive rates. Many of our customers are already signed up and enjoy the peace of mind and cost savings CCTV maintenance contracts bring. Contact us for a free quote – we will take over CCTV equipment installed by other companies too. Senile visits are arranged to coincide with extreme seasonal changes, once during the autumn to ready the system for the winter and once in spring to check the system after any harsh cold conditions.

Typical CCTV Maintenance visits include:

  • ​Check cameras, clean lenses and adjust as necessary.
  • Check functionality of PTZ cameras.
  • Check connections.
  • Check power supplies
  • Check switches for correct operation
  • Check recorders for correct functionality and recording quality, adjusting parameters as required to meet current operating conditions.
  • Check operation of telemetry and communications equipment.
  • Check operating system, application software and file structures and carry out system diagnostics on computer based DVR’s and NVR’s
  • Check monitors. clean screens and adjust to optimum picture quality.

Intruder Alarm

In an ideal world we would all be able to leave our windows open and doors unlocked, free from the risks of burglary. Unfortunately, this is not the case, and to ensure that you don’t become a victim of crime you should protect your property security with an Intruder Alarm.

At FIS Ltd we can offer a wide variety of Intruder Alarm Systems to suit your individual requirements.

Give us a call now to secure your property and we will carry out a FREE site survey and provide a NO OBLIGATION quote.

Access Control

Access control systems have a wide array of features and functions. At the bottom end of the market, you have basic keypad systems requiring users to enter a PIN number and swipe card systems where you swipe a plastic card with a barcode through a reader. This is considered old technology and these systems have largely been replaced by proximity systems where you present a card or tag at a reader without needing to touch it. Also becoming more popular and more affordable are biometric systems, which are mostly based around fingerprint and eye scanning. The choice of access control technology will be partly dependent on the level of security needed, the environment in which they will be working, and cost.

Access control systems can be applied to any physically contained points, such as doors, gates, barriers, fences, turnstiles and even elevators. They can be simple stand-alone systems with one system controlling one or two doors or they can be networked to cover an entire building, or even multiple buildings across different continent.

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