CCT stands for closed-circuit television. CCTV refers to security systems that employ analog cameras and recordings. Contrary to wireless cameras, they need wiring. This security camera system transmits video data through coaxial lines to a DVR for processing, storage, and viewing. In recent years, CCTV has grown to incorporate digital systems like IP cameras. As indicated, wired IP systems fit within this criterion.
WHAT ARE THE SEVEN COMPONENTS OF CCTV?
Depending on who you ask, a security camera system has a few or many parts. IRoyal Security Cameras’ seven CCTV components are:
-A recording device (NVR or DVR)
-Wired security cameras
-Mounts for each device
-Transformers or a connection to a power supply
-Switches for channels
Unlike a security camera system, a CCTV system needs surveillance equipment to be linked to a local system. Closed-network TV doesn’t have to be analog or digital; it may be wired. Knowing a security system’s components helps ensure all pieces are present for an installation. Each camera needs its own mount, power source, and wiring. A recording system needs a monitor and switch for cameras.