IP Security Camera
Unlock the Power of Your Network

Add an extra layer of security to your home or business

We provide a variety of IP camera options. These can be standalone with SIM cards or simple solutions that plug into your network. All with a simple user interface that you control from any location.

Why we recommend IP cameras:

There are a range of reasons to choose an IP camera but top of the list is simplicity.
Still not sure about the suitability of an IP camera? Why not contact our technical team for assistance. We’ll help you find the best solution for your needs.
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Easy to install

Digital security cameras should simply plug into your network, it’s that easy.

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Remote viewing

Live viewing from any device. Easily access and monitor cameras in real-time from your computer, tablet or smart phone device.

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Motion detection

Select an area on your camera view and set an alarm when motion is detected in this area. The alarm can also trigger other cameras to start recording and track an intruders movements.

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Push alerts

Set event driven alerts to notify you on your mobile or other device when a camera is triggered in real-time.

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Night vision

Keep your business secure at night with infrared night vision security cameras. 

Control and manage your cameras remotely with our powerful portal
Take a look at our demo to see just how easy it is.

Our cloud based video management portal gives you total control & flexibility with live viewing from any device, 24/7 video recording, event driven alerts and the ability to manage your cameras in real-time.

What type of camera do you need?



Neat, quite rugged and vandle resistant. Good indoors and out doors. Most popular camera shape. Excellent for public spaces



Easy to adjust angle and a little bit more robust. For indoor environments that are hard to reach.



Easy to adjust angle. For indoor environments that are hard to reach.


PTZ (Pan, tilt & zoom)

Pan tilt and zoom, recommended within the dome camera. You can manipulate the camera remotely, zoom in on a subject or change the camera angle.


Wireless & Wirefree

Wireless cameras still need a power supply but they use WiFi to transmit signal.


Low Light & Night Vision

A more specialised camera that widens the focal length and works well in low light conditions.

Focal length of the camera

This is the width of the viewing angle. As a rule of thumb, the wider the angle, the more distorted the image is. For most situations we recommend a 79° camera.

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Focal length: 2.8mm
Horizontal field of view: 102°
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Focal length: 4mm
Horizontal field of view: 79°
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Focal length: 6mm
Horizontal field of view: 50°
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Focal length: 8mm
Horizontal field of view: 40°
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Choose between a 2MP or a 4MP camera

The greater the megapixel (MP), the sharper the image, but with a higher MP there is also a larger amount of storage required. If the subjects are moving the extra MP will help. However, most customers find the 2MP to be just fine.

Technical requirements

Hard drice

Typically the hard drive stores 1TB and 4TB. The graph allows you to work out what size of hard drive you require. The frames per second required depends on how fast moving the traffic is.

Switches and Routers

Capacity: The system may fit onto your existing network or can be wired separately onto different switches and even broadband connections.

What should you consider when looking for an IP camera?

We’ve worked with many different security cameras and complied a guide to help you figure out what camera best suits your needs.

Call us today for your free consultation!

UK: 0800 912 1000 | ROI: 1800 855 111

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