The Ultimate In Security Convenience – An Outdoor Wireless Camera
Wireless technology has taken giant leaps in the past few years. Cables linking one system to another are almost a thing of the past. This is as true of the computer industry as it is of the security industry. Take an outdoor wireless camera for example.
Gone are the days when your surveillance camera was connected by a long cable running from the camera to the monitor. With an outdoor wireless camera no cabling is required. The camera records what is happening in the area under surveillance and sends a signal back to the monitor. This all but eradicates the possibility of a security fault as a result of a faulty or even sabotaged cable. Transmission is constant and uninterrupted whatever the weather is doing. Tandem Security provides comprehensive security systems to customers throughout the Gauteng area. Among their products and services on offer are surveillance systems including outdoor cameras.
Tandem Security manufacture and supply a range of security solutions to both the domestic and commercial market. Their product portfolio includes electric fences, access control systems, garage and gate automation and closed circuit television systems. Having been in the business for over ten years Tandem Security brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to your security needs. Tandem Security are all too aware of the need to make sure that all their solutions and systems are a step ahead of those who try to get past them and are constantly innovating and updating their products to ensure that the security of their customers is totally effective. Tandem Security have an impressive list of projects both large and small that they have undertaken for customers such as municipalities and bodies corporate on residential housing estates.
Being at the forefront of evolving security technology, Tandem Security’s outdoor wireless camera provides customers with a convenient and effective tool in the continued quest to be secure. To find out more contact us today.
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