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Unprofessional & not at all suggested solution:

Below pic shows someone tried to implement wifi-using rotational home camera inside lift and solution is visible for you.

Lets understand the Demerits/ Disadvantage of the below solution :

  1. Whenever power comes and goes, the camera rotates automatically and it won't be fixed at a specified location if not installed properly.

  2. Anyone can steal the camera, easy to rotate.

  3. Wifi will not be available inside lift and you can't see the live monitoring of camera.

  4. Security is totally compromised when someone gets stuck inside the lift and you want to see and communicate with people inside the lift.

  5. Too much maintenance required.

Best Solution is a fixed lens camera as shown below :

The above solution is very well acknowledged and recommended by professional security solution provider companies.

Benefits :

  1. Fixed lens cameras-It does not rotate if power goes and comes back.

  2. No one can steal the camera.

  3. Live monitoring is available to security person.

  4. Very less maintenance required.

Type of solution available:

A) Wired setup: In this setup camera is installed in lift cab with flat cat6 cable and once wiring is done by lift company people , CCTV expert comes into picture to implement the remaining setup.

B) Wireless setup: In this setup camera is installed in lift cab with wifi access points Transmitter &recevier technology and complete setup is done by CCTV expert . No wiring is required hence it is cost effective.

For any technical support and soluition you can reach out to us at or call @ +91-9902670055.

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CCTV AMC, or Closed-Circuit Television Annual Maintenance Contract, holds significant importance for both businesses and individuals relying on surveillance systems. Here are several reasons why:

  1. System Reliability: Regular maintenance ensures that CCTV systems are functioning optimally. It includes checking for any hardware or software issues, adjusting cameras for optimal positioning and focus, and ensuring all components are working correctly. This helps prevent unexpected failures and ensures continuous surveillance coverage.

  2. Security Assurance: Effective surveillance is critical for security purposes. A well-maintained CCTV system reduces the risk of blind spots or malfunctions that could compromise security. By detecting and addressing issues early, an AMC helps maintain a high level of security for the premises.

  3. Legal Compliance: In many places, businesses are required by law to have functional surveillance systems, especially in sensitive areas like banks, government buildings, or retail stores. Regular maintenance ensures that the CCTV system meets legal requirements and provides admissible evidence in case of any incidents.

  4. Cost Savings: While it may seem like an additional expense, investing in an AMC can actually save money in the long run. Regular maintenance helps prevent major breakdowns that could require costly repairs or replacements. It also extends the lifespan of CCTV equipment, reducing the frequency of upgrades.

  5. Peace of Mind: Knowing that your surveillance system is regularly checked and maintained provides peace of mind. It ensures that the system is ready to capture any incidents or events effectively, giving users confidence in the security of their property or assets.

  6. Technical Expertise: Professional maintenance service providers have the technical expertise and experience to identify and address potential issues efficiently. They can also offer advice on system upgrades or enhancements to improve performance and security.

In essence, CCTV AMC is essential for ensuring the reliability, security, and longevity of surveillance systems, offering peace of mind and compliance with legal requirements while potentially saving costs in the long term.

Annual Maintenance Contract (AMC) for CCTV Surveillance System (Non-Comprehensive type ) 

1.     Period of Contract: The contract is valid for one year from the date of signing of memorandum of understanding (MOU) on AMC. This may be renewed Annual subject to rendering of satisfactory service & fulfilling the term & conditions.

2.     Payment Term: For all AMC, payment will be made Annually / Bi-annually as Advance basis.

3.     AMC Includes: The AMC cost includes the traveling cost and Maintenance of the CCTV Surveillance System includes 4-12 * schedule Visits (Un-Limited in-case of break down) to the site for Camera Visibility Test, DVR / NVR Recording Test, DVR / NVR Settings Verification, and Disk Error Check. Services and Connectors are the part of AMC. We provide stand-by CCTV on best effort basis even in Non-Comprehensive AMC.

4.     AMC not Includes: Physical Damage to any part of systems (damaged caused either by your staff, or any other person except our authorized staff will result In termination of warranty). Part replacement are not the part of Non-Comprehensive AMC. Password Reset, Relocation of products and Data Back-up services are on chargeable basis.

5.     Service Tax: The AMC cost excludes service tax charged by State or Central Govt. for rendering this type of service.

6.     Working Hours: The maintenance work shall normally be done during working hours of the customer. However, in case of emergency maintenance may have to be done beyond office hours and even on holidays prior arrangement through proper communication should be worked out in all cases by the servicing agencies.

7.     Final Authority: The final authority for payments will be Head of the Organization offering the AMC. 

Rates & Charges:

1.     Minimum AMC Amount starts from Rs. 7500/- for one location. It varies as per total number of camera setup available with client.

To Know more about CCTV AMC please contact us at / or +91-9902670055 ( Mr. Divesh Kumar).

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An IP camera, also known as a network camera, is a digital video camera that can send and receive data over a computer network or the internet. Unlike traditional analog CCTV cameras, which require a separate video recorder (DVR) to process and store footage, IP cameras have built-in processors and memory to capture and transmit video directly to a network storage device or a remote server.

IP cameras offer several advantages over analog cameras, including:

  1. Higher resolution: IP cameras can capture high-definition video footage, providing greater clarity and detail compared to analog cameras.

  2. Remote accessibility: Users can access live or recorded video footage from IP cameras over the internet using a web browser or dedicated software application.

  3. Scalability: IP camera systems can easily be expanded by adding additional cameras to the network, without the need for additional cabling.

  4. Advanced features: Many IP cameras come with advanced features such as motion detection, night vision, pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) capabilities, and two-way audio communication.

  5. Integration with other systems: IP cameras can be integrated with other security systems, such as access control and alarm systems, to provide a comprehensive security solution.

Overall, IP cameras offer a flexible and scalable solution for video surveillance in a wide range of applications, including home security, businesses, public spaces, and government facilities.

When to choose IP camera over Analog setup ?

Ans: As per our last few years of sales & service support experience in the market we have found customer selects IP cameras over Analog on below factors.

  1. 24/7 Live feed without any technical issues

  2. To get best camera clarity

  3. To get latest technology

  4. Less maintenance cost after installation

  5. Would like to expand their camera setup without increasing much cost

  6. Ready to bear higher cost compared to Analog CCTV

  7. Would like to go with Two way audio option in WIFI camera

  8. 4G enabled cameras

  9. Solar based IP cameras For any clarification please write back to us at

What is WiFi camera ?

Ans: WiFi camera is a type of IP camera which requires Power point and Internet wifi connection to work on mobile app. You can watch from mobile from any where when camera is connected with wifi network.

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What is Analog camera ?

Ans: People call as cc camera , cctv camera. It is budget friendly setup. Suitable for small shop, office, home etc. It requires more maintenance compared to IP camera.

An analog CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) camera is a type of surveillance camera that captures video footage and transmits it via analog signals. These cameras are the traditional form of CCTV cameras and have been in use for many years.

The camera captures video in analog format and sends the signal through coaxial cables to a recording device such as a DVR (Digital Video Recorder) or a monitor for live viewing.

Despite the rise of digital IP cameras in recent years, analog CCTV cameras are still in use, particularly in budget-conscious applications or in legacy systems where upgrading to digital technology may be impractical or cost-prohibitive.

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What all components are required for Analog setup camera ?


  1. DVR - 4/8/16/32 /64 Channel DVR as per number of camera requirement

  2. Dome camera or Bullet camera - Dome for Indoor purpose and Bullet for outdoor use

  3. SMPS - Power supply to power the camera 5 amps, 10 amps , 16 amps etc

  4. Hard disk - 1 TB, 2 TB , 4 TB etc as per your recording usage

  5. CCTV connectors i.e. BNC & DC

  6. PVC Box 4/4 to mount the camera

  7. DVR Network rack to safe guard the DVR inside metal box

  8. CCTV Cable - Coaxial cable (3+1)- Good to take branded cables like dlink, Hikvision etc.

  9. Monitor - optional - Hikvision or any good brand

  10. Router connection - optional for mobile or remote viewing

In Analog CCTV setup to add an extra camera we need to do a complete separate wiring for that camera. Existing Infrastructure is not scalable easily.

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What all components are required for IP cameras ?


  1. NVR - 4/8/16/32 /64 Channel DVR as per number of camera requirement

  2. IP Dome camera or IP Bullet camera - Dome for Indoor purpose and Bullet for outdoor use

  3. POE Switch - 4 Port / 8 Port / 16 Port / 24 Port

  4. Hard disk - 1 TB, 2 TB , 4 TB etc as per your recording usage

  5. RJ 45 Jack

  6. PVC Box 5/5 to mount the camera

  7. NVR Network rack to safe guard the NVR inside metal box

  8. CAT 6 Cable - Dlink, Hikvision, phoenix cable

  9. Monitor - optional - Hikvision or any good brand

  10. Router connection - optional for mobile or remote viewing For any clarification please write back to us at

IP camera Network Diagram

IP camera setup is build on IT network infrastructure. We can easily add extra camera to nearest POE in the existing network without doing much cabling.

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