The upsurge of crime in our cities and environs has triggered an upsurge in demand for CCTV Surveillance in our business premises, homes and leisure joints. As if trying to beat a deadline, Kenyans are rushing in to deploy these gadgets with a worrying haste. As a result, the field has been infiltrated by opportunists- who are cashing in on our ever gullible “wanna haves”!!!. We have now all sorts of CCTV resellers, importers, who have no idea what CCTV Surveillance is all about. What is worse, they head to China where they get cheap cameras made from fabricated material and falsified performance properties. Some cameras are even known to fail on the same day they are installed. Then, comes is this “electrician” in your hood who imagines that the job just entails connecting the cams and just streaming the stuff, just the same way one does with DSTV or GoTV or stuff like that. He goes up you wall, mounts the “things” and “hurrah” you have CCTV. When you try to get certain configurations, you discover it is not possible to get them on. The installation even misses certain critical elements such as design. Some install it in such away they end up picking up footage on public paths (an illegality by all means).
Take time to learn about CCTV Surveillance as a skill. If you are a customer, you ought to have a Certificate of installation from your Installer. Ensure that you have a guaranteed workmanship. Your CCTV camera dealer should warrant your equipment at least for 2 – 3 years. Your installer should warrant the works for at least a year fee-free servicing. Demand to see the Design of your Surveillance area and have it ready in case of future security violation to your property.
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