We, Reliance Networks Holdings provide a complete CCTV product, CCTV Installation, CCTV repair service at very competitive price in Kandy. Our professional staffs will provide you the best services for your valuable money.
In today’s ultra-competitive marketplace, safety and security are on top of the minds of all the consumers. CCTV system is one of the most important and commonly used security systems for home, business, and public safety. Surveillance recordings from this CCTV camera allow you to watch your property for any illegal and unauthorized for activities. There are different kinds of CCTV camera available at Reliance Networks Holdings for various kinds of security needs.
Take the challenge out of securing your buildings, offices, and homes with Reliance Networks Holdings CCTV Surveillance System. A security system that offers internationally accredited, technologically advanced Cameras, Digital Video Recorders, and Monitors. The CCTV System serves as a most effective medium to detect early signs of danger and also provides you with the visual proof of a security breach.
Security is an aspect of concern for all to ensure the protection of self and family members, property, offices, and livestock etc. Use of security cameras is considered as a best way of deterring the criminals from causing harm to you or your belongings, keeping away intruders and even for checking activities of your kids. You must have seen security cameras installed at vital installations like business houses, malls, banks etc.
Reliance Networks Holdings is now providing its island-known CCTV solution to the great city Kandy as well. Offices, shops, retail stores, residential apartments, etc. are now showing accelerating growth in Kandy. The growth not only expresses development but also the demand for higher security.
Hikvision CCTV camera
Hikvision is the world’s largest and leading manufacturer of CCTV cameras and related products. Reliance Networks Holdings is the sole dealers of all Hikvision products in Sri Lanka. Reliance Networks Holdings deliver the best innovative, and effective CCTV system in Sri Lanka.
Our CCTV camera solution is not always standard. With the enthused support of our surveillance experts, we tailor make every CCTV solution to the desires ad requirements of our customer.
Reliance Networks Holdings provide an experienced and highly skilled team of CCTV technicians. We provide installation and maintenance services to Kandy. Our technical team will arrive at your place with all tools and equipment they need for the installation.
Variants of Cameras:
IR Dome Camera
Vari – Focal Dome Camera
Vandal – Proof Dome Camera
Outdoor Speed Dome Camera
IR Bullet Camera
A digital video recorder (DVR) is a device that records video in a digital format to a disk drive or other memory medium within a device.
Variants of Digital Video Recorder:
4 Channel Network DVR
8 Channel Network DVR
16 Channel Network DVR
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There are various solutions available with us. Do write into us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your details or specifications required and we shall be more than keen to service you.
The frame rate you choose to record your CCTV footages will obviously be dependent on the relating application. As an example, in an office or retail store or supermarket, 2 fps will be enough, but whereas in a casino, it would demand to have around 25 fps. If your system has audio recording as well, you will need at least 12.5 fps to achieve a natural lip-sync of the voices.
Most vendors of storage facilities, will advertise their products based on GB or gigabytes. However, unless you have a good knowledge about video recording you would not likely to know how many hours of recording your storage disk would do. Many factors influence this recording hours. Frame rate and picture resolution must be taken into consideration when deciding storage needs.
Your image quality also a direct effect on the storage capacity required. The lowest resolution in common use is CIF (352×288 pixels), but 2CIF (704×288), 4CIF (704×576) and D1 (720×576) are now specified increasingly often, and there is also considerable growth in the use of megapixel cameras that, as the name suggests, deliver even higher resolutions.
As an approximated example, CIF images recorded using MPEG-4 compression would take up around 10Kb per frame, 4CIF would be around 40Kb per frame and megapixel images somewhere in the range 80 to 200Kb per each frame.
It is clearly evident that bigger image resolution consumes greater space. However, in reality, things take a different turn. You can use a few megapixel cameras to survey over a large area instead of too many low resolution cameras.
This is justified on the basis that the few megapixel cameras will capture as much if not more detail than the larger number of low-resolution cameras. Clearly, if this approach is adopted, it must be taken into account when calculating the storage capacity needed.
Image compression is typical in all modern data recorders. Image or video is compressed using a particular format before it is written onto the storage disk. Thanks to the latest advancements in CCTV technology, we now get to experience various kinds of compression techniques. And the research for new and better compression technology is also carried out, promising more compression format.
The typical compression technique that most devices use is MEG-4. However, this is not one format, and there are other versions of MPEG-4 as well. In fact, the most widely acknowledged ne compression technique, H.264 is actually the MPEG-4 Part 10. H.264 is starting to find favour for applications involving high-resolution images.
For a given system, applying more compression will undoubtedly provide a longer recording time for a particular size of hard disk, but it will also mean that more detail is lost from the recorded images
It is not very necessary to understand the in-detail technicalities of these compression formats and relative qualities of the various compression systems. Nevertheless, it is vital to understand one crucial fact: All these systems have some level of video losses. To explain this further, if you take a system, and apply more and more compression onto it, it will undoubtedly give you a longer recording time for a particular size of hard disk. But, on the other hand, it will also cause you to lose more detail from the recorded images.
This brings us to the rule of thumb in video compression – if you ever find the recording capacity of a DVR to be way beyond good to be practical, then, it probably a not good one to go for, especially if the recorder also has an charmingly low price tag. The high capacity will almost certainly have been achieved by using excessive compression, which will inevitably mean poor playback quality.
Hikvision Software and User manuals for Products