Surveillance and Security
Surveillance + Security
Surveillance and Security. Wholesale Surveillance Equipment: Check out these categories for everything from professional grade public security surveillance systems to small home/office usable CCTV kits.
Offering you only the best in factory-direct Security Cameras and the wireless and wired CCTV Security Camera categories, Small Electronic Devices has been the leader in Electronics since 2006. Try us out and see for yourself!
Wholesale Surveillance and Security Equipment – Low Price, Pro Quality
Demand for security cameras and surveillance equipment has never been higher. CCTV and wireless systems are increasingly being employed for a wide variety of uses, from crime prevention to transport safety. Small Electronic Devices’ security systems incorporate the latest and most advanced surveillance and monitoring technology and are installed and trusted around the world. From discrete mini-cameras to professional grade vandal-proof outdoor systems, we offer a one-stop shop for surveillance equipment that can help maintain public security, protect private property and tackle crime. In the past year, customers have purchased our high quality yet affordable products for a wide variety of uses including public area safety, shop CCTV, warehouse and factory security, university campus monitoring and data gathering.
What’s Included In The Surveillance / Security Product Line-Up?
Our products include baby monitors and door video systems, long range walkie-talkie sets, LED lighting, voice recorders, forensic UV lights, CCTV cameras and finger-print door systems. So whether you want a cute baby monitor with night vision and A/V out or a complete 8-camera surveillance kit with night vision security cameras and a 1TB hard drive for video recording, we have a product to match your needs.
Today’s surveillance and security equipment is increasingly easy to install, and the digital technology used in many of our systems means that you can integrate IP cameras and other surveillance devices with your PC, smartphone, tablet or TV.
With high function count and low prices, our security and surveillance products have a wide appeal, whether you are an individual looking for affordable home security or a retailer wanting to source quality products that will fly off the shelves. As with all products from Small Electronic Devices, our entire range of surveillance and security equipment is stocked in our warehouse and ready to ship to you next day. Quality is guaranteed. Look out for our wholesale discounts and special offers to pick up a bargain!.
CVMN-J80: Dual Receiver Wireless Home Security Video Door Phone featuring 2.4GHz transmitter and two video receivers is the ideal secure way to protect your property.
CVLM-I232: Surveillance kit complete with 8 Night Vision Security Cameras and 1TB hard drive for video recording.
CVMN-J20: Peace of mind has a new name – The Entry Guardian wireless video door phone! See who is at your door from anywhere inside your home. Secure and easy to use, it even lets you remotely open el…
CVMV-DV34-2GEN: This wireless inspection camera lets you see a clear, high-definition image of problems in hard to reach locations. Also included is a DVR and..
CVLM-I262: This Mini DVR Security Surveillance System Comes with a Whole Load of Functions and Modes, Making this a Must Have Bargain
CVLM-I277: Keep an eye on your premises with this 8 channel DVR with 8 included outdoor cameras.Supporting H.264 video compression and with 24 IR LEDs in every camera, the feed will appear clear on your monitor
CVXR-I273: This mini DVR is perfect for recording security camera footage without all the wires and without having to buy an expensive DVR! With audio IN and OUT you can easily access the video feed.
CVKG-J89: This digital fingerprint access terminal and data logger registers finger prints for time management so you know exactly who clocked in when in the office.
CVJJ-G347-Right: The new ultimate solution in business and home security, the Aegis Premium Fingerprint Door Lock. This biometric door lock with deadbolt features…
CVPU-DC14-RED: This GSM remote security camera allows you to secretly monitor your home to see who is invading your private study or lurking around in your home office….
Security Kit For Businesses
As a boss, you want to be fair to your employees but you don’t want to be taken for granted either. Being certain when your employees are clocking on and off means you can ensure you are paying a fair wage for a fair day’s work. You can easily manage and record the exact time an employee has worked per day with our Fingerprint Time Attendance System (CVKG-J89). Using a finger print as a way of identification makes clocking in and out easy for everyone and eliminates the possibility of co-workers clocking in for each other. The system can store up to 1,000 different fingerprints and 60,000 clocking records, which can be easily retrieved on a USB drive.
You’ve worked hard to turn your convenience store into a profitable business, growing your customer base and ensuring you have the right stock attractively displayed. It’s a profitable shop, and you want to keep it that way. But you can’t be there to guard it 24 hours a day and you can’t afford to employ a security guard either. A four-camera security system, such as our “SecurONE Plus” (CVLM-I201) could be the next best thing. Easy to install and use, you could point one camera at the cash register, another facing your customers, have one at the back where the wine and beer is kept and place one in the store room. You can record the video output day and night thanks to infra red sensors and a 1TB DVR. The possibilities are endless, as is the peace of mind from knowing you’ve got eyes everywhere and the digital evidence to present to the authorities should trouble arise.
Please note that in many countries the use of security and surveillance equipment is governed by privacy laws. Small Electronic Devices supports the professional and ethical use of surveillance and recording devices. We do not condone any violation of privacy laws, and expect you to abide by your local laws and licences for surveillance equipment installation and usage.
CCTV Camera Glossary
- CCD and CMOS
A charge-coupled device (CCD) or complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) are two kinds of image sensing systems used in cameras and camcorders that convert an optical image into an electronic signal. The differences between the two systems are marginal, although CCD is generally thought to result in slightly better image quality.
H.264 is short for H.264/MPEG-4 Part 10 or AVC (Advanced Video Coding). It is a common standard for compressing video files, and is one of the most frequently used formats for recording, compressing and distributing high definition (HD) video.
IP stands for Internet Protocol. An IP camera is a digital camera that can send and receive data via the internet or a Local Area Network (LAN). IP cameras are most commonly used for security and surveillance. Internet access means that the video recorded on the IP camera has the potential to be stored and viewed anywhere in the world. IP cameras usually transmit their data wirelessly, which means they don’t require the installation of cable.
The brightness of a light is measured in lumens. The lumen rating tells you the overall brightness a an LED light or an LED projector is capable of producing. To give you an example, an average car headlight is between 800 and 1,200 lumens.
PTZ stands for pan, tilt and zoom. A PTZ camera can be controlled remotely, either manually or automatically, to adjust the position of the camera, focusing in on movement or any activity that interests you. PTZ systems enable you to monitor a large area with a single camera, or a small number of cameras in a network.
Video Door Phone Security Kit
Our Security Video Door Phone Set (CVYH-J88) is far more than a stylish video intercom – it’s a complete home surveillance package that can be expanded to meet your needs. The system includes a sleek control panel with a 7-inch monitor and an outdoor camera/intercom with built in LED lights for maximum visibility. The two-way intercom means you can talk to your visitors as well as see them, while support for an electronic lock enables you to open your door at the touch of a button. The system comes with 4x video input connections, so you can connect three additional surveillance cameras and place them around your property wherever the blind spots might be. Any one of the cameras can be viewed on the monitor or from your own TV, via a video output.
How To Choose The Right Surveillance Camera Equipment
There are many factors to consider when purchasing security and surveillance equipment. For IP camera and DVR systems you should ensure that cameras record enough frames per second (FPS) to give you a smooth image. Typically, business and home users should expect between 15 and 30 FPS for adequate playback. Secondly, you should consider video compression. There are three types of compression – MJPEG, MPEG-4, and H.264. H.264 is the most sophisticated of these and uses the least bandwidth, which means you can use more cameras on the same broadband connection and record more hours of video onto a hard drive. For other equipment, you should ensure that its feature set matches your requirements now and in the foreseeable future. For instance, if you are planning to move to new premises in the foreseeable future, why not invest in a CCTV system that can grow to suit your needs?
When comparing prices on security and surveillance equipment you may find similar products at different price points. The most common reasons for these variations are that newly released, recent technology items will usually be more expensive than lower specification or older products. Higher resolution cameras, more inputs and outputs, wireless capabilities, more memory, and the latest operating systems can all be reasons why products sell for higher prices.
At Small Electronic Devices we are quick to respond to the latest developments, and source the newest and best products from our factories. All our security and surveillance equipment is high quality and packed with sophisticated features such as wireless capabilities and integration with computers, smartphones and tablets so you can protect what matters most to you, wherever you happen to be.
Compare Retail/Brands To Small Electronic Devices Surveillance – See The Price Savings
Security and surveillance equipment can be purchased online from websites like Amazon and Buy.com and also from many specialist retailers – just Google “security and surveillance equipment”. The quality and feature set of products is improving constantly, especially if you compare today’s digital products with what was available only a few years ago. In the future we expect to see even better camera resolution, easier setup and improvements to software for increased functionality and even more integration with mobile devices.
The latest tech news, including equipment reviews, can be found at websites like CNET, Techcrunch, and ZDnet. In print you should check out magazines like PCPro as well as specialist magazines, such as Professional Security. And don’t forget to visit Small Electronic Devices’ own Hot Products category for our latest products. Also, if you see a cool new product on another website and wonder if Small Electronic Devices could source it for you at a cheaper price, why not check out our “Product Suggestions” form linked from our left sidebar in the shop website. We’d love to hear from you.
Keyword Advice For Online Sellers Of Surveillance Equipment
Retailers and dropshippers of security and surveillance equipment should consider selecting good titles and description keywords to attract more customers. However, remember that consumers may misspell the items they are searching for. When you are creating the meta tags for a web page, you could consider incorporating some common misspellings. For instance, try writing “office surveillance” and “home surveillance” as well as “office surveillence”, “home survaillance” and even “surveylance”. You’d be surprised how often such misspellings come up. No-one will see them on your web page but it might help to increase the number of page hits you get. Of course you should do all you can to avoid typographic errors and misspellings on the visible section of your website.