Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) comprises of a TV or video system in which the signals monitor specific places, primarily for surveillance, monitoring, and visual recording and security purposes. CCTV systems consist of Charged-Coupled Device (CCD) video cameras for video recording, wired or wireless communication mediums, Transmitter and Receiver System or Internet System for Video Transmission and Monitors for video reception and private observation of the camera’s input. Modern CCTV systems provide high-resolution display; zoom in/out ability and speakers enhancement.
Telxperts Ltd. provides a practical knowledge of installation and operation of CCTV systems in this training course. This course covers detailed review of CCTV development, transmission protocols and cabling topologies, followed by an in depth analysis of CCTV components, CCTV system planning and design process. The attendees will also learn about the specification, installation, set up and maintenance of key system components such as cameras, lenses, DVR and NVRs. This course also includes combination of classroom theory and ‘hands-on’ practical exercises to provide a comprehensive understanding of latest advancements in CCTV technology.
Key Benefits for Participants
This course will provide the following key benefits to the attendees:
- Understand the CCTV Systems, Video Fundamentals and Functionality f cameras, Lenses and Monitors
- Understanding Main CCTV Components, Connectors and Cabling Topologies
- Deep insight to CCTV Camera Types, uses and Specifications
- Learn about Assembling and installation of CCTV System
- Understanding Video Transmission and Time Lapse Video Recording using CCTV Camera
- Understanding CCTV Camera Sensitivity issues and Post Installation Procedures
- Deep insight to CCTV Commissioning, Testing, Troubleshooting and Maintenance
- Practical Survey of a CCTV Sight to understand the design specifications, implementation and application of CCTV System
- Comprehensive understanding of Digital CCTV and IP Technology
This course has the following major objectives:
- Provide comprehensive knowledge about CCTV System fundamentals and video base signal fundamentals
- Deliver insights about CCTV Components, connectors, cameras and specifications
- Provide detailed insight to CCTV System Assembly, Installation, Configuration and Programming
- Detailed insights to Video Transmission and Time Lapse Video Recording
- Comprehensive knowledge about Camera Sensitivity issues
- Provide deep understanding of CCTV Testing using oscilloscope, pattern generators, and cable length meters
- Explain CCTV Repairing, Maintenance and Troubleshooting using CCTV Testers in detail
- Practical CCTV Site Survey for deep understanding of CCTV Camera installation and monitoring
- Comprehensive knowledge about Digital CCTV and IP Technology
In “Advanced CCTV Installation Certification Course” we cover the following course contents:
Introduction to CCTV Systems
- CCTV Development
- Fundamentals of Video
- Transmission Protocols
- Cameras, Lenses and Monitors
- Review of the base video signal
- Cabling Topologies
- ? Cabling and connectors (CAT5, CAT6 & Coax)
- ? CCTV Video signals (H 264, Mpeg 2)
- ? Crimping BNC, CAT5
- ? Keystone connectors
Camera Types and Uses
- Bullet CCTV camera
- Dome Camera
- Covert Camera
- Night vision
- PTZ/Speed Domes
- HD Cameras
- AES – Automatic Electronic Shutter
- AGS – Automatic gain Control
- ATW Auto Tracing White Balance
- AWB Auto White Balance
- CCD Charge Coupled Device
- DSS – Digital Slow Shuttering
- CCTV Camera Resolution
Assembling a CCTV System
- Mounting Camera to Wall or Ceiling
- Connecting cable to camera baord
- Adjusting camera settings
- Securing camera cover and dome enclosure
- ? PTZ using Kopex and multi-core cabling
- ? Active and passive baluns for CAT5
- ? Installing cameras over coaxial cable
- ? Setting up and installing multiple cameras into DVRs
- ? Digital CCTV storage and lighting
- Termination procedures for display screens
- Programming and installation of video analytical equipment
- Video transmission (analogue to digital, megapixel cameras)
- Time Lapse Video Recording
?Camera sensitivity in CCTV
- Lens Aperture
- Lens Quality
- Camera Housing
- Surface Reflection
- Spectral Response
CCTV Testing and commissioning
- ? Surveying for CCTV
- ? Final commissioning
- ? Testing Using the oscilloscope
- ? Testing using pattern generators
- ? Testing using cable length meters
- ? Configuring IP network cameras and CoDecs
- ? Fault finding and routine maintenance
CCTV Maintenance and Troubleshooting
- ? CCTV Repair and Maintenance
- ? Diagnosing and rectifying common faults
- ? Fault finding telemetry receivers and transmitters
- ? Locating and rectifying cable faults
- ? Re-setting camera tracking and focusing
- ? IP problems and solutions
- ? DVR and NVR recorders
- ? Trouble shooting using CCTV tester
CCTV Post installation procedures
- ? Network (LAN, WAN, IP)
- ? CCTV site survey
- ? Legislation issues
- ? Final checking and revision
- ? Follow on maintenance Programs
- ? Documentation
CCTV Site Survey
- CCTV application
- Design Specification
- Site Specific/Paln Details
- Electrical and Environmental Consideration
Introduction to Digital CCTV and IP technology
- Introduction and uses. Core elements of a system.
- Integrating Analogue with Digital technology.
- Cameras: – IP Cameras, Covert cameras, wireless systems.
- Telemetry systems: – IP Controlled Pan, Tilt and Zoom controls, setting up presets.
- Accessing images from remote locations: – CCTV monitoring and control
- over LAN/ WAN/ Internet.
- Transmission of video signals: – Cable, Fibre-Optic and IP.
- IP Technology, LAN, WAN and network principles.
- Personal Computer principles.
- Integrating CCTV with existing Computer network.
- Setting up IP/Network solutions.
- IP Video Encoders, Video Compression techniques.
- Recording technology: – DVR’s, Network Video Recorders (NVR), Setting up and Programming recording devices.
- CCTV Standards, legislative and ethical issues.
- Keeping up with latest industry developments.
Connecting Other Security Systems to CCTV System
- Connecting a CCTV Camera to a TV Monitor
- Connecting a CCTV Camera to a Surveillance DVR
- Connecting a CCTV Camera to a Multiple Monitors
Who Should Attend
- Technical managers and engineers who require an in-depth understanding of the installation, commissioning and maintenance of CCTV systems
- Technical people who wish to enhance their skill in the installation of the latest analogue and digital CCTV equipment; including IP technology used in today’s security industry.