DG SAFETY 
SECURITY INTERNATIONAL 

Donad Multi-Concept Nig Ltd Trading as DG Safety Security International

There are lot many difference between Network IP camera and CCTV security camera system. But one common thing among these cameras is that they are both security surveillance cameras. The best part is that they are the best to secure offices, big or small businesses and even to secure your home.

The differences between the Network IP camera and CCTV security camera system are discussed below:

The CCTV cameras compared to network ip cameras are less beneficial. IP network cameras have the capability to present live videos; this is a plus point for the users because it makes it easier to keep an eye on the property or any place that one wants even if he/she is not physically present at that location/place. CCTV cameras don’t have motion detection built in it, but a network camera that you choose sometimes have motion detection built in it. CCTV is very traditional and out dated compared to the immensely popular Network ips. Network IP camera is mostly is used for record far of locations so it is has the facility of remote operation. CCTV camera security system can be attached to a monitor and network camera ip to the computers.

CCTV System is in the middle of a revolution in the today’s scenario and as a provider of high-end systems, we are fully aware of the plethora of products that make every aspect of this sector extremely interesting to you as End users and to us as System Integrator.
Advances in technology have really made their mark in the CCTV world. We have been involved with Digital recording of CCTV images since a decade. Today, our modern Computer technology has made the slow & bulky tapes and VCR's redundant and replaced them with latest technology that use cutting edge Image Processor, Storage and Communication modes.


We install all types of CCTV systems from quick-deploy wireless systems to advanced IP based CCTV camera solutions. Our qualified engineers can help design a new system or migrate an existing analog system to a modern network based recording platform. We carry multiple CCTV product lines to allow us to tailor each system to a client’s individual needs and budget.

CCTV systems that we can provide include:

  • IP Cameras & NVRs
  • Analog Cameras & DVRs
  • PTZ Cameras
  • Megapixel cameras
  • Remote Video Viewing Software
  • Day/Night Cameras
  • Personally customized Camera Solutions

Our customers include Residential, blue chip Multi-National companies, Commercial, Manufacturing, Government Institutions, Colleges & Universities, Hospitals, and Small & Big Retail Outlets to name a few.

A good video surveillance system can make your business safer, more efficient, and less prone to theft and accidents. Specifically, video surveillance can provide many benefits:

CCTV & IP CAMERAS

The CCTV Camera industry is all abuzz with talk of an IP camera takeover these days. Reports of the death of analog cameras are yet premature. While some IP/Network cameras can potentially deliver HD megapixel images, analog cameras continue to offer greater efficiency and higher overall reliability in a lower cost. Before deciding on IP cameras v/s analog, it is advisable to first understand how the technologies work. The differences in both cctv technologies and method of video transmission are critical to developing a well planned CCTV Camera solution.

CCTV & IP CAMERAS

ANALOG CCTV CAMERA :- An analog CCTV camera has a inbuilt sensor which captures the video image.  The resolution of the sensor varies but is limited to 720×575 Maximum.  This is 720 pixels   across the screen (horizontal resolution) and 575 up  and down (vertical resolution).To get the video out of the CCTV camera into a Digital Video recorder and display device LCD/LED, a single coax cable is used.  To maintain compatibility with analog televisions, the signal that comes out of the camera complies with broadcast television standards. NTSC or PAL

CCTV & IP CAMERAS

Cameras on an modern analog CCTV system send their video over coaxial or UTP cable back to a digital video recorder (DVR). Here, video is converted from Analog to Digital form   and stored on    Surveillance hard disks. Most modern DVRs are a network Enabled device, and as such can be accessed remotely from the LAN. Video is kept on hard drives, typically on a FIFO (first-in, first-out) basis, so there is always a rolling video archive of the past X days. So, despite the fact that video is being transmitted from the cameras in an analog format, live and recorded video is still available over the network.