CCTV Security Surveillance

CCTV Security Systems

Whether it’s your home or business, we all take comfort in knowing that what we care about is safe and secure. You may not be able to be on guard 24-hours a day, but thanks to CCTV cameras and other home security camera systems, you can protect what matters to you, without the ongoing expense of employing a security firm. Using ‘DIY’ CCTV systems also provides a visible deterrent to intruders, while the modern technology used in many security camera systems today means you can integrate your cameras with your TV, PC, smartphone and tablet.

We’ve got tons of deals, offering you the best CCTV kits at great prices. Take a look at our guide below, which offers information on some of the security and home surveillance equipment we stock, as well as advice on what equipment might best suit your needs.

Complete CCTV kits contain everything you need to set up ‘DIY’ security surveillance in and around your property, giving you peace of mind whether you’re looking to keep your home or commercial property safe from intruders. Home CCTV kits will typically contain the cameras themselves, a DVR to record any footage captured, plus all the cables and CCTV power supplies you need. Everything is in the one box and easy to install, taking the hassle out of purchasing CCTV. Plus, TSA Vision CCTV kits we stock all offer free app downloads, allowing you to remotely monitor your premises from afar. In the 1TB Security Recording Kit with LCD Monitor, you will also find, as the name suggests, a 15” widescreen CCTV monitor to display anything the cameras pick up.

Wired, wireless and IP cameras

If you already have a CCTV kit and are looking to extend the network of security cameras for your home, we sell both wired and wireless CCTV systems.

Wireless security camera systems take away the worry of video cables running around your property – all you need is a power source. Using the latest digital technology, some wireless CCTV cameras offer an improved transmission range of up to 200m. Although these cameras are often easier to install and move around than wired ones, they can sometimes suffer interference from other wireless signals, like WiFi networks.

Internet Protocol cameras, or IP cameras, work in a similar way to traditional webcams, by sending and receiving data via the internet. IP cameras offer as open or closed access to the footage as needed, while the images recorded can be viewed remotely using any PC. However, these cameras are often more expensive than wired and wireless cameras.