- November 6, 2017
- Posted by: robert
We offer the best CCTV installation services in Kenya. Our team is compromised of highly technical engineers who will analyze your security needs and offer the best CCTV solution in your home or business premise. We have years of experience in CCTV installation in Kenya. Let us secure you. CCTV installation is a very sensitive undertaking, dealing with the wrong CCTV company can put your property in more danger than it was in before you contacted the said CCTV company. When choosing a CCTV installation company in Kenya ensure that you choose one with a good reputation. Here at Fix Kenya Limited, we not only have CCTV technical experts, we also have trained security intelligence experts who can analyze your current security situation and give you a proper report on the vulnerabilities. After reviewing the different vulnerabilities in your security, we will offer you actionable solutions, both CCTV related and otherwise.
There are different kinds of Cameras that can be installed depending on the desired use and the location. CCTV cameras are generally divided into two major groups,
- Spy cameras
- General Cameras
As the name suggests these are cameras that are installed to SPY on unsuspecting individuals. These cameras are designed to blend in with the environment and they capture a great deal of information. Most of the request that Fix Kenya has received for this kind of cameras have been in situations where there is mistrust between spouses. We are fully aware though that spy cameras may be utilized for various reasons. Fix Kenya shall analyze the situation, conduct a site survey then we will advise you on what the best camera for the job is.
There are two categories of general cameras: the Dome Cameras and the Bullet cameras. The dome cameras are mostly used for indoor surveillance and the bullet cameras are mostly used for outdoor surveillance.
How to choose a Camera
There are different sizes of CCTV cameras. The field of view of each camera is determined by the size of its lens. Cameras with smaller lenses have a very good field of view which enables them to see objects as close as 10 cm away from the camera and as far as 10 metres from the camera at an incremental angle starting from about 120 degrees. The bigger lenses would typically start viewing objects that are placed about 10metres away from the camera and can view as far as 100 metres from the camera at an incremental angle starting from about 45 degrees.
So when choosing a camera, please consider the location you want to mount the camera, the distance between the camera and the object to be viewed, the field of view you want to have and the lighting conditions of the area.
Fix Kenya will hold your hand through this entire process. We will advise you on the Cameras to pick and where best to mount the cameras. Our team of expert CCTV professionals will work with you and help you to achieve your desired outcome.