From rubbish dumped in shop doorways to discarded waste causing fire hazards outside industrial estates, fly tipping is a prevalent problem in many parts of the UK. To combat this plague, new covert cameras have been developed that can support private landowners, business owners and local authorities.
Launched by Vision Technique, the newly developed range of CCTV cameras runs on battery power, with an option to select high efficiency add-on solar panel units, which provide between 8 and 12 weeks of charge. The devices can be swiftly installed and pre-programmed. The cameras can also be configured so they record at specifically selected times, empowering the operator to pick the time periods they provide coverage of – for example, between dusk and dawn, when most offences tend to happen. There are also multiple options for users to access the footage that is recorded and stored.
Video can be viewed through the in-built SD card using a Wi-Fi connection, but can also be accessed and reviewed remotely via cloud-based connectivity by utilising a dedicated SIM card. The device can also transmit MMS pictures directly to the user’s email or smartphone when any movement has been detected by the camera’s infrared sensors. To guarantee durability and provide a greater level of protection, the CCTV devices also ship with steel mounting boxes.
Enterprises requiring a professional CCTV installation in Chester and other UK cities can rely on certified electricians for assistance. Electrical contractors can fit a wide range of devices and can advise on the best options currently available on the market.