Fully Installed CCTV Systems in Stoke on Trent | Staffordshire & Cheshire

Allcomms are the leading Staffordshire based CCTV Installers, Installing CCTV Systems across Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire and Cheshire. Working with leading brands such as HikVision, Dahau & QVIS we work with various types of organisations, Business’s, Schools, Colleges, Agricultural & Residential

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The very best quality and prices guaranteed to secure your business premises.

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The very best quality and prices guaranteed to secure your home.

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A CCTV system being installed to protect properties is quickly becoming the norm rather than the exception in Today’s climate.

Our specialist engineers are dedicated to working with customers across Staffordshire & Cheshire to increase surveillance measures without extensive costs ensuring the maximum protection for your assets. We work with and use the best cameras in the industry, including the very best 4K and night vision cameras for utmost security and monitoring.
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Over 20 Years Experience
working with the Top Brands

What makes us the leading CCTV Installation specialists within the Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire & Cheshire area? Find out below…

Over 20 Years Experience

Our CCTV installers in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire and Cheshire pride themselves in using only the highest quality CCTV camera systems for reliability and customer satisfaction. Our professional systems can give visual and audio warnings if any camera detects motion. They will also automatically record images in zones where movement is detected. Whether your needs are an individual camera or a fully networked CCTV surveillance system, we have experience in it all, with over 20 years of CCTV Installation experience. Stoke CCTV System.

Commercial, Industrial & Residential Experience

Allcomms highly skilled team design, install and maintain our range of commercial CCTV systems, utilising the latest advanced technologies including fully functional high definition IP cameras and IP infra-red thermal imaging technology, enabling sites of all sizes to be remotely monitored 24/7. Our comprehensive range of advanced CCTV surveillance systems can work in isolation or as part of an integrated security solution, protecting property, people and assets from the risk of theft and fire across all sectors, from single sites to the most complex multi-site operations.

Work with the Top Brands

All of our CCTV system are tried and tested. Working with some of the biggest and well known brands like Hikvision, Dahaua & Qvis, providing you with the very best CCTV in the market. 

HikVision

Cameras equipped with Hikvision ColorVu Technology extend and enhance surveillance capabilities into the dark, lifting the cover of night to capture vivid chromatic images – leading to the prosecution of criminals and ultimately enhancing safety. Hikvision ColorVu cameras’ powerful ability to capture details in low lighting comes from two specific breakthroughs in hardware technologies: advanced lenses and high-sensitivity sensors. We have worked with HikVision Color Vu Technology on all our CCTV installs across Staffordshire and Cheshire. 

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Basic Components of CCTV Installation

CCTV systems are a complex system. A functioning CCTV system, offering full property coverage around the clock, requires a network of compatible commercial security cameras, ample storage, proper cabling and even power. Thankfully, Allcomms have the experience and we are here to show you a little.

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Commercial Security Cameras

The most important parts of business security camera systems are, of course, the security cameras. Commercial security cameras capture footage of everything that happens in and around a facility, then sends footage to recorders, monitors, and mobile devices. Security cameras come in a variety of hardware types for different camera installation service needs.

Which security cameras are right for your system depends on your individual needs and budget; are you placing them indoors or outdoors? Is 1080P a large enough resolution? Will they be able to see and record video efficiently in low-lighting? Are they placed with adequate field of view, or will a PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) camera be necessary? These are all important questions to be considered when choosing security cameras for your CCTV camera installation project.

Cabling and Wiring for CCTV Camera Installation

For most commercial CCTV systems, structured cabling running throughout the walls and connecting your security cameras to the server or NVR will be a vital component during surveillance camera installation. While more and more wireless security cameras are becoming popular, especially for home use, wired security cameras still reign supreme for more permanent and demanding security use.

IP Camera Installation Cabling

When using IP cameras – as most CCTV systems do these days – you will most likely be looking at Cat5E or Cat6 cables, which can transfer the large amount of data required by digital video and high resolutions at very fast speeds, and often over long distances. This is an upgrade from the coax cabling that usually powers analog security cameras; coax cables are reliable, but not compatible with IP camera installation. In many cases, Cat5e and Cat6 cables will also power the security cameras, eliminating the need for further wiring. This is called Power-Over-Ethernet and requires a PoE switch when the security cameras are not connected to an NVR. Wireless security cameras may need less wiring in the walls but will still require cables to power the security camera separately, usually via 110VAC power.

Network Video Recorder (NVR)

The Network Video Recorder, also known as the NVR, is another essential element to any IP camera system. Connected to the same IP network, the NVR can be installed virtually anywhere in your building or home. The NVR allows you to record and store video on a hard drive, snap images and transmit them to your computer or remote device for live and recorded viewing. Network Video Recorders usually have multiple channels for inputting security camera feeds, and are an all-in-one place for combining feeds and keeping a comprehensive eye on your surveillance feeds. NVRs and DVRs may be placed on a shelf or desk, wall mounted, or mounted behind a false wall.

NVR’s differ mainly from DVR’s in that they record video from IP cameras, while DVR’s mainly record analog-based video to a digital format. Standard DVR recorders use coaxial cables, while many NVRs connect through Ethernet cables, such as a cat5e or cat6.

Hardrives

An NVR makes it easy to record video surveillance footage, but you will need connected hard drives on which to store this footage. Choosing the right amount of storage for your surveillance camera installation can seem like a confusing gamble, but it doesn’t have to be; it’s simply a matter of calculating the length of video you need to store, by the bitrate and resolution your camera shoots at. When recording 4k security camera video, this can end up being a large number requiring terabytes of footage. For lesser archival needs, you can usually get away with much less.NVR’s differ mainly from DVR’s in that they record video from IP cameras, while DVR’s mainly record analog-based video to a digital format. Standard DVR recorders use coaxial cables, while many NVRs connect through Ethernet cables, such as a cat5e or cat6.

ColourVu Technology

Darkness provides cover for theft, trespassing, and other crimes. When incidents occur at night, conventional cameras may lose important details by rendering black and white images with infrared supplemental lighting. Although security camera systems are becoming more commonplace in urban parks in recent years, there are still many security requirements that cannot yet be met, such as high-resolution night vision and recording in colour. The colours missing from the footage can be very critical information in certain contexts, such as forensic evidence collection.

What is Hikvision ColorVu technology?

Cameras equipped with Hikvision ColorVu Technology extend and enhance surveillance capabilities into the dark, lifting the cover of night to capture vivid chromatic images – leading to the prosecution of criminals and ultimately enhancing safety. Hikvision ColorVu cameras’ powerful ability to capture details in low lighting comes from two specific breakthroughs in hardware technologies: advanced lenses and high-sensitivity sensors.

In contrast to conventional lenses, ColorVu lenses are equipped with a super-aperture, reaching up to F1.0, which allows more light to enter the lens so that imaging brightness can be increased. Hikvision ColorVu camera lenses also feature Broad-Band Anti-Reflection (BBAR) Coating and Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) Optical glass, to reduce light flare and efficiently reproduce an image’s sharpness and colour saturation. These technologies effectively overcome the kind of key information that gets blocked by a light flare.

Hikvision ColorVu camera sensors demonstrate an extraordinary photovoltaic conversion efficiency. They employ an advanced sensor technology – a new light-collection structure that vastly improves the utilisation of light. Tests show ColorVu cameras continually provide colourful, sharp images right down to the lowest light levels. At the same time, their self-adapting 3D DNR algorithm on ISP guarantees high imaging quality.

In addition, extreme light conditions are taken into consideration in the design process. ColorVu cameras are equipped with warm supplemental light, so when there is no light source whatsoever – even starlight or street lights – they can guarantee colourful imaging. This feature provides environmentally-friendly, soft, warm lighting, reducing any harsh discoloration of the object being illuminated. As a result, Hikvision ColorVu cameras provide bright colour video images 24/7 in low illumination conditions.

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The Benefits on Installing a CCTV Camera System at your Residential Property?

Residential CCTV Systems have been installed on a increased rate over the past few years, here’s a few reasons why….

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Increased Deterant
  • 80% of times the cameras them self will deter the offender away from your property.
Increased Detection

Finer details will be picked up whilst offering great quality videos for viewing when looking back. CCTV systems also offer a wide angle range on our cameras, capturing a larger view

Reduced Fear of Crime

Be assured that nothing will go unnoticed. We make sure that the cameras are focused, adjusted, and angled properly.

Maintain Record

Whether it was a two days ago or even two months. Keep the recordings as evidence, for memory refreshers on a incident or even as proof in legal cases.

Range of CCTV Cameras

With our wide range of CCTV systems, be rest assured that we will have something to match your requirements.

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TESTIMONIALS

What People Are Saying

Dean and the team fitted our HD CCTV System earlier in the year and wow, we could not believe the quality. They installed 4k night vision cameras throughout the site and we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them.

Darren Hughes

Housier Ltd

We recently tasked Allcomms with covering our whole site with CCTV. They have done a great job and are a great asset to our business. We now have full colour view of all of our site which gives us greater security of the site.

Rachel Graham

Bloom.

Thanks to all the team at Allcomms for covering our school in CCTV to protect the children. We could not believe the quality. Dean explained the differences in quality to us and we decided on Hikvision cameras.

Mrs Hughes

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