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I-502 Washington Code 314-55-083 Security, Surviellance and Access Control: Contingency and Congruency Planning

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Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

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When building your I-502 system it is important to plan your security layout, contingency and congruency options.  What does this mean exactly? It means planning for the worst case scenario. Planning for all foreseeable contingencies and running congruent systems to compartmentalize as much damage to the system as a worst case scenario can create.  When we here at Security Camera King plot your camera layout we take many factors into account, and in doing so we account for contingency and congruency in many ways.  My goal here is to further your awareness and allow for you to consider all choices with a conscious understanding of your infrastructure options when it comes to your cameras, digital video recorders, and cabling. These ideas and strategies can be applied to all your systems, including access control, loss prevention, employee accountability and even some growing strategies.

The first step is planning for contingencies and presenting the strongest defense one can have. “Preparation is key” as any good boy scout will tell you.  Contingency planning is simply preparing for the worst case scenario and often the impossible or unlikely. In considering these things you will find your business encountering far fewer slow-downs during emergencies. This can be extremely important with an I-502 surveillance system.   For example let us consider for a moment the unlikely scenario of a fire in a grow room: Damaged surveillance cameras could cause an entire suspension of production for the facility due to lack of CCTV coverage.  Having this added issue cutting further into your profits than just the initial loss of product and damage could be a devastating blow to a business. Meanwhile having a spare camera, cable and perhaps grow equipment could bring that room back to recovery much faster than ordering replacements would allow. Neatly avoiding rush shipping which can be an expensive emergency cost if your budget isn’t prepared for it. While extremely unlikely or improbable everything is subject to Murphy’s Law and even though these events are indeed unlikely and more so improbable, they are still a very real possibility. Having extra cameras on hand or a digital video recorder and hard drive if your budget allows can benefit you in multiple ways. For example if an opportunity to expand or grow avails itself you may be able to yield an extra crop. Contingency planning and purchases can and should include other items such as generators, battery backups, and surge protectors to protect against harmful lightning strikes or power surges and failures. This will allow you to continue working and protect your product when others may lose their ability to produce.  Having your surveillance system consistently running may keep you above reproach when the Liquor Control Board questions your actions or accountability during a power outage.  It can also allow you more flexibility in your infrastructure as it pertains to organizing and congruency.

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The second part to security/surveillance systems planning is congruency. Congruency planning is preparing and planning your system so that it can be interchanged and switched due to damage or as relevant to your operations growth and the change of the shape of your layout.  It is the art of interchangeable compartmentalization.

Congruency planning is best explained and very similar to how you plan congruency in your crop as a grower or farmer.  The phrase “don’t put all your eggs in one basket” is a simple and shrewd business strategy that can be applied to both your grow and your surveillance systems. Just as you have multiple rooms or greenhouses to prevent excessive sex change, so can you have multiple digital video recorder systems in case one is vandalized by a manager knowing he is about to be terminated or by an act of God.  For example, having multiple small digital video recorders with one or two ports unused allows that if you need to expand or move cameras from one digital video recorder to another you are free to do so without having any loss in coverage. No fretting, no hassle, quick resolutions to emergency situations.  Another part of congruency is utilizing the same hardware throughout your facility. Whether it be cameras, digital video recorders, hard drives, or cabling it can all be simplified to the same item types to allow for congruent systems. This makes any individual part of your system interchangeable with the other.  Say you want enlarge one room and shorten another. Relocating a camera is far easier when it doesn’t matter which camera you move. From running multiple systems to using the same digital video recorders, congruency is an integral part of planning your surveillance system. Congruency is a simple solution for contingency planning and your most effective option.

So what can we do to help?  First we take into account your needs when we give you your initial layout and quote.  We leave room for you to expand your system as your business grows, from adding cameras to alarm inputs and outputs. Next we provide multiple solutions to your surveillance and security needs. We look at each case and assess whether it is more effective to utilize two 16 channel digital video recorder units or one 32 channel digital video recorder unit.  In each case we carefully plan out your system to offer you the optimal solution for your layout. Not only that, we guarantee you will pass inspection if you follow our recommendations! We stand by our quotes and our assessments.  Beyond that our tech support is for the lifetime of the product, available to help you adjust your set up as needed.  We can also help you with your access control needs and simplify your layouts for these systems as well by maintaining equipment redundancy.   Access control is just another aspect of the field we specialize in, again providing you with unparalleled service and support.

We offer you multiple solutions to your surveillance requisites, all the while remaining I-502 compliant and maintaining a cost effective attitude.  To show our commitment in helping our I-502 customers anything purchased in addition to the quote and layout relating to fire replacement or spare items and cameras not included in our layout will be given an additional discount beyond the discount we normally reserve for our I-502 customers.  Give us a call. We would be glad to assist you! You can also check us out on the web at www.securitycameraking.com.

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The I-502 Security Camera Law

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Monday, August 11th, 2014

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History of Marijuana Cultivation

Since the dawn of civilization marijuana has been an invaluable source of paper, food, rope, clothes and fuel materials.

The constitution of America was written on hemp paper. The cannabis plant can be grown almost anywhere and they are very resistant and require no pesticides. The 3 different type of plants are the sativa, Indica and the ruderalis. THC is the main chemical compound that causes the mind altering effects in people. In 1941 manufacturer Henry Ford made a car mainly out of hemp products and it used ethanol for fuel. The first President of the United States of America George Washington grew hemp at Mount Vernon where he used dogs for security. The plants were used to make rope. In 1996 California became the first state to legalize marijuana for medicinal use. Today over 20 states have laws legalizing marijuana in some form or another. Only Washington and Colorado State have legalized marijuana for recreational use, while the other states only have legalized the plant for medical use.
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Medical Use of Cannabis

The medical uses of marijuana have been used for pain and illnesses since ancient times. These all-natural plants were the cure for nausea and stomach problems. In present time medical use of the cannabis plant helps AIDS patients with their appetite and nausea and cancer patients use the miracle plant to get through the harsh process of chemotherapy and MS patients use it for the pain in their bones. The oil from the cannabis plant has had magical effects on people who believe the oil made from the hemp can cure gum disease, migraines, muscle pain and even said to cure skin cancer. Patients introduce the medicine into their body in methods like inhaling the marijuana using a vapor apparatus or taking pills, eating cookie and brownies, butter and all different and inventive foods. I am a big fan on all natural pain relief remedies, if people can stay away from synthetic and chemical drug based temporary pills then I’m all for it.

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I-502 Security Camera Law requirements

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States that now allow people to grow and cultivate marijuana have laws, rules and special requirements to be able to grow and cultivate legally without having problems and BIG fines. Here at SecurityCameraKing.com we have top-notch reliable I-502 Security Camera systems. Even if it’s your first time trying to pass the inspection to obtain your license to grow or your 3rd time trying to pass the inspection without problems that hold back the growing process, then you should consider a STRONG standalone unit like the NVR-LT128.

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This unit meets the camera resolution requirements recording at 1080p at 960fps using 32- 2 megapixel IP cameras like the IPOD-EL2MPIR50 that have time and date stamp capabilities and night vision will be more than enough to cover all controlled access areas, security room areas, all points of ingress/egress to the exterior of the licensed premises day and night.

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All of the point-of-sale areas will be covered and have capabilities to identify activity within the required 20 feet of all entry and exit points and the entire perimeter fencing and gates enclosing any outdoor grow operation. This 2 megapixel IP indoor/outdoor with IR dome camera would completely fulfill the needs of the indoor and outdoor environment that is needed to pass the I-502 security camera inspection. This camera can be power by POE or 12V adapter making it really easy for the install.

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The NVR has a dual core processor and 4GB of DDR3 Ram and it has the capacity to hold 16 – 7200 rpm Seagate SV-35 (3 terabyte) quick hot swap hard drives totaling in 48TB of internal storage which also meets 24 hour a day for 45 days of recording I-502 security camera requirement. When having the issue to secure the NVR from theft, tampering or vandalism we recommend using the LOCKBOX-EX, this a 16 gauge steel security NVR lock Box with a custom fan to keep the unit running cool. The lock box will only give access to the key holder. The hot swap hard drive feature is brilliant when you have to copy a hard drive for police or state officials on the fly.

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Employee requirements

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The I-502 requires all employees on the licensed premises to have and properly display an identification badge issued by the licensed employer at all times while on site. Having a complete Security Camera I-502 compliant reliable system is essential when having to monitor and record for security and state reasons but what about access control security measures that the I-502 inspections may require?

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TechPro Security Products offers access control packages that include the iEDC 8 door access control board. This package includes free enterprise server 16 door management software (for a limited time only). The software enables you to configure access control, time and attendance, visitor management, ID badging, video surveillance and elevator control. There are 16 input ports that you would use to configure biometric readers, Push to Exit buttons, card fob readers and door sensors. Your relay output ports would be used with alarm systems and locking apparatuses like Maglocks, door strikes and gate locks. When access control is configured properly you can limit access to anyone from your establishment 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

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The I-502 security camera law requires all licensed grow operations to keep track of all production of marijuana from seed to sale. Basically you must have recorded Camera footage showing evidence of where ALL the cannabis plant went like the seeds, clone, trim, leaves and other plant matter. Like in all businesses there’s always a waste of product so having the complete camera system allows the license holder to have proof of any wasted cannabis material. Having a piece of mind when handling a business as sensitive as this is vital for success. Remote viewing and recording to the cloud is also a great feature for insuring yourself that you are in compliance with the law, state and police officials. They need access to all record events of the licensed premise where the marijuana is being grown and cultivated at all times. TechPro Security Products uses Web service interfaces, TechPro PSS and SmartPSS software that is user-friendly so any official can use it to access the IP cameras remotely from anywhere in the world that has internet access.

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I think it’s great that legalizing marijuana can benefit the economy along with great tax income by the state. It has created more jobs and opportunities for self-employment while helping unfortunate suffering patients with pain and illness management on a natural bases. On the flip side it’s a state law but we all know that the federal government has full authority of the law so if they really wanted to they can arrest and confiscate all assets of the grow operation. Whatever the case is, I still support the medical use of marijuana for patents that are suffering from pain and sickness and if it’s my job to make sure that the licensee security camera system is running perfectly it would be my pleasure to get the job done.

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Washington State’s Initiative 502 (i-502) and the relationship with surveillance cameras

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Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014
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In 2012 the people of Washington State voted for the legalization of marijuana. After almost two years of waiting the Washington State liquor control board (WSLCB) has announced the names of twenty-five licensed retail shops that are expected to open the second week of July across the state. The initiative 502 (I-502) authorized the issuing of 334 retail licenses in the state initially but the actual number is much lower because the applicants had difficulties passing the state inspections. The licensed growers have been having similar issues to a lesser extent.

This is an indication of how tightly this state’s government is monitoring every aspect of this new industry. The WSLCB has been inventing this process as they go and they’re erring on the side of caution. A security camera system is as big a part of these requirements as any other. The security cameras must be accessible through the Internet. It is even more important to make sure that it’s set up and operating correctly because the WSLCB or law enforcement can log and check that the camera system is meeting the requirements. They can also use the cameras to take a look around most of the facility to make sure that everything meets the state’s specifications.

When you purchase your CCTV system from Techpro Security Products through their online site www.securitycameraking.com, it comes with lifetime tech support. Our tech support team will be able to offer you guidance while you’re installing your system, help get it networked for internet accessibility and help you with any issues that may occur down the road. If your security cameras are experiencing technical issues when state officials try to inspect them then it could lead to the loss of your license, so it’s very important to take care of any issues promptly.

Even though all of the different types of camera systems that we sell will meet the legal requirements, our sales team will direct you to the products that will give you the performance that you need without exceeding your budget. They have already helped several customers to qualify for their license and they are very knowledgeable about the nuances of I-502’s security camera requirements. A mistake in the design or installation of your system can lead to extensive delays in license approval or even denial.

There are a few misconceptions about what is needed that our sales associates regularly have to correct. Helping our customers to fully understand exactly what they need often results in the customer either spending less money or being able to spend the money in ways that help them monitor their business in the way that they want, in addition to what’s required. Now let’s take a closer look at a few of these misconceptions.

In section 3 of the WAC 314-55-083, it states that video surveillance cameras “must be internet protocol (IP) compatible”. Many license applicants believe that this means that they have to purchase an IP camera system. It actually means that you must have a security camera system that can be accessed through the Internet. Every type of DVR or NVR that we sell is able to do this. An IP camera system offers incredibly high resolution but it costs a little bit more money and it may not be the right type surveillance system for your needs.

In section 3(b), it states that “Camera placement shall allow for the clear and certain identification of any individual on the licensed premises”. Many people interpret this to mean that they will need to install security cameras that are capable of facial recognition. In actuality this just means that you will need to be able to recognize someone from the video. This level of recognition does not mean that camera will need to see minute details of a person’s face. Understanding this difference can save you a significant amount of money because a camera capable of facial recognition is fairly expensive comparatively.

The next two sections that I’m going to examine are bit confusing because the way that they’re worded makes it seem that their meanings overlaps somewhat.

Section 3(a) states that “All controlled access areas, security rooms/areas and all points of ingress/egress to limited access areas, all points of ingress/egress to the exterior of the licensed premises, and all point-of-sale (POS) areas must have fixed camera coverage capable of identifying activity occurring within a minimum of twenty feet of all entry and exit points.” This just means that you will need to have video coverage of any door, gate or window that allows access to the licensed property, any restricted areas and the areas where sales take place. The cameras must be positioned in such a way which will allow a viewer to make out all activity within at least 20 of these entry ways.

Section 3(c) states that “All entrances and exits to the facility shall be recorded from both indoor and outdoor vantage points, and capable of clearly identifying any activities occurring within the facility or within the grow rooms in low light conditions.” This means that you will need to have your cameras mounted inside and outside of any door or window into the licensed structure. These cameras must be positioned in such a way which will allow a viewer to understand the actions of anyone within twenty feet of these entrances and exits. This section’s low light requirements are an easy one to meet because we sell many different types of surveillance cameras with infrared.

The general idea behind sections 3(a) and 3(c) is that all areas with restricted access (including the property itself) and the access points to these areas must have cameras providing video which will allow the viewer to make sense of the activity happening. In many cases, it will be possible to use one camera to cover multiple entry points. If all of your cameras are positioned correctly, they can be installed so that they will allow you to view a larger area then what is required. This is also a great way to try avoiding tampering or theft by employees.

Many people in this industry are new to being the owners of a security camera system and are pleasantly surprised at how the cameras can be of benefit to them. Being able to make sure that the business is operating the way they want, even while there not present, is an aspect that all business owners enjoy. A CCTV system can give you a great way to monitor growth under different circumstances. This can help you to get the best growth possible and maintain the health of your crop. For example – if a plant changes sex it can ruin all of the other plants in the vicinity. A good security camera system can help you be aware of a single plant changes sex so that you can take the appropriate actions to stop the change from becoming rampant – such as applying the proper products, the destruction of the a few of the plants or whatever actions that you decide may correct the issue.

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The Mysterious WAC 314-55-083, aka the I-502 Security Camera Law

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Monday, July 21st, 2014
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Ever since the citizens of the great state of Washington passed Initiative 502, there has been a constantly evolving code WA 314-55.  This code has all of the restrictions, safeguards, and regulations of the new first of its kind law to allow for the growing, processing, and selling of both recreational and medicinal marijuana.  Now I have been watching this law evolve from it’s initial form back towards the end of 2013.  This is the time when a very nice gentleman had given me a call and would discreetly talk with me about his needs for his “new business venture”.  We worked for several weeks to iron out all the necessary components to make sure he was compliant with a law that I knew nothing about, what we now call the I-502 Security Camera Law.

He was very secretive as to what he was doing, and I can understand why after talking with him over time.  He and many of the early adopters were experiencing that many of national corporations were not willing to help and in fact dropping clients when they found out what kind of business they were operating.  This gentleman ended up being one of the first few licenses that were approved in early 2014.  He also gave me some very valuable knowledge and information to study.  What he ended up giving me was, what I later found out to be, WAC 314-55-083 the section of the Washington Code dealing with the surveillance and alarm requirements that were mandated by the state.

With this information, I studied it very thoroughly and sought to break it down in all ways to make sure if I were to help any future customers, I would be able to steer them in the proper direction and ensure their compliance with the law.  I feel that compliance and cohesion with this law will go a long way in the Nationalization of the Legalization of Marijuana.  This is because if other states and countries can learn from what is being now called the Great Social Experiment of Colorado and Washington, the world may actually become a calmer place to live and we can get America back to its farming roots.

As I have worked with many of the first producers on the market, my experience grew and my knack for the law grew with it.  Then came the processors and retail shortly there after.  With every segment that I helped, we as a team grew stronger in our knowledge and skill set to properly outfit the I-502 community.  One of the biggest battles with the new law has been whether or not the system as a whole needs to be IP compatible or if every single camera needed to be IP compatible.  There have been many of rumors running out there, from inspectors that were untrained to other camera companies running ads in a magazine and posing it as an interview with an expert.  This guy was only trying to drive up the prices of all of the sales he was getting.  I took all the misinformation that was floating out there and went to the Rule Making Committee.  This is the email that I sent and the response that was given back to me:

From: Carpenter, Mikhail (LCB)

Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:00 PM

To: McCall, Karen J (LCB)

Subject: FW: WAC 314-55-083

This is where one member of the LCB sent my email to the rules coordinator. From the initial email that I had sent trying to help correct these laws.

From: Ryan Newkirk [mailto:rnewkirk@techprosecurity.com]

Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2014 11:56 AM

To: Carpenter, Mikhail (LCB)

Subject: WAC 314-55-083

To Whom It May Concern:

I was just sent this new revision of WAC 314-55-083 from one of my customers and noticed that since the law has been passed you have added that cameras need to all be IP compatible, this really makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. What is the point of having cameras IP compatible, when you will not be able to see them remotely on your end. Having the recording device IP compatible is the only thing that makes sense. Even if there was a router on the market that could setup sufficient port forwarding rules to allow access to these cameras remotely, what good does that do you? You have absolutely no access to the footage, all you are gaining access to is the live video stream from the camera. You can gain the same access through having only the recording device be IP compatible.

Please provide me with some clarification on this issue.  I really do not understand the thought process behind this new addition to the law with regards to making every camera have to be IP.

Thanks In Advance.

Ryan Newkirk

This is the response that I received back:

From: “McCall, Karen J (LCB)”

Sent: Jun 30, 2014 12:15 PM

Subject: FW: WAC 314-55-083

To: “rnewkirk@techprosecurity.com” <rnewkirk@techprosecurity.com>

Cc: “Carpenter, Mikhail (LCB)”

Ryan,

You are correct.  The same can be accomplished with IP server.  We do not need the cameras IP if the recording device is.  I will make a clarification in the permanent rules when they are drafted.  Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

Karen McCall

Rules Coordinator

WSLCB

These are the types of things that a company that is looking out for the people of Washington would do.  Unfortunately there are too many companies out there that are looking to do nothing more than rake you guys over the coals and bank on the cost of these systems.

Yes, I do work for a company that is looking to make money, but no we are not thieves and liars.  There is a motto around here, it is easy to sell something to someone one time, but if you sell them the right stuff at the right price you will sell to them and their friends multiple times.  With that being said, we are a manufacturing company that focuses on customer service.  Part of that customer service is making sure that all of the markets we serve are not getting pummeled by misinformation and bad products.  That is why we strive so hard to put as much information onto our site and focus our internal training on making sure that our employees have the knowledge, expertise, and background to best serve our clientele.

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How to choose a security camera system to meet the requirements of WA i-502 security camera law

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Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
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Your Washington Marijuana License is Approved!

This is what over 3,000 marijuana license applicants are hoping to hear. If you live in Washington and are one of those i-502 applicants then that means you. In this article I will be focusing on the Surveillance System requirements for the Washington Marijuana Law WAC 314-55-083 and how you can get your Marijuana License approved per those requirements. At SecurityCameraKing.com we have the most knowledgeable Security Camera Professionals and have been working with i-502 Marijuana Applicants since the application process has started. In fact, there have already been Washington Marijuana Growers that have had their applications approved with our security camera systems. And, just recently about 20 Retail Marijuana Stores in Washington have had their Marijuana License approved. Guess what? A few of those applicants purchased their Security camera System through us.

So, as you can see, we know the i-502 Security Camera Law.

There are a few parts of WAC 314-55-083 that we pay special attention to. The first is that the minimum camera resolution needs to be 640×470 pixels and the recording device needs to be IP protocol. This part of the law has been a matter of debate and there are many security camera dealers that are scaring applicants into buying expensive IP cameras. We have actually been on top of this issue and have proof from the Washington Liquor Control Board that you do not have to have IP cameras. IP protcol simply means that the device (in this case the recorder) needs to hook up to the Internet. Now, our low-cost affordable DVRs and analog cameras meet the requirements of the 640×470 pixels. Keep in mind that although our DVRs take care of the minimum resolution, if you wnat to really protect your investment and be able to zoom in on detail without distortion, then we do suggest going with High Resolution 1080p cameras and equipment, but it is not necessary to pass your marijuana application process.

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Another part of WAC 314-55-083 that we pay close attention to is that all entrances and exits need to have surveillance as well as fence perimeters, windows, etc. The first thing we do to help Washington Marijuana Applicants is we ask for a site plan to help them with camera placement. Since we have had applicants who have passed their inspections you can be confident in our expertise. If you don’t know how to create a layout, you can hand draw your site plan and email it to us. Below is an example I have created. This is not an actual customer’s site plan because we believe in the privacy of all of our customers. I created this just as an example.

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An i-502 Site Plan layout Example

In this layout you can plainly see this is a typical Marijuana Grower’s site plan. There are multiple grow areas surrounded by a fence perimeter. There is a required compost area, processing area, quarantine area and office and all have cameras placed in the correct locations. When i-502 inspections first came about, the 4 camera on each corner of the fence were not required. Because we follow what the inspectors are requiring as time goes on, we know that they indeed are requiring this type of camera placement. Also, you will see that each door has surveillance on the outside of the door as well as the inside. Also, inside the grow areas, there are multiple cameras so that there is not one area which cannot be seen by the surveillance system. Also, inside the office you might have noticed an “X” on the left side. This is another important part of WAC 314-55-083, the fact that the recording device needs to be in a locked closet or another type of locking device.

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DVR Lockbox – a great way to secure your DVR

The DVR Lockbox is what we recommend to our i-502 applicants as it is a way to secure your DVR from theft and vandalism as well as gaining bonus points in the inspection process. This can be mounted to the wall using DVR lockbox brackets and it even comes with a fan to keep your DVR or NVR cool.

Another important point of the WA Marijuana Security Camera Law is that all cameras need to record 24 hours per day and the recording device needs to be able to record for 45 days. We have a fantastic Hard Drive Calculator to determine how much hard drive you will need for your security camera setup.

Hard Drive Space Needed For D1 Recording

Hard Drive Requirements for 32 Analog Cameras at D1 Resolution
15 frames per second

Hard Drive Space Needed For 1.3 Megapixel Recording

Hard Drive Requirements for 32 IP Cameras at 1.3 megapixel Resolution
15 frames per second

As you can see I have the calculations at 15 frames per second on both examples. The minimum frame rate requirements per law is 10 frames per second and we recommend 15 frames per second minimum for a better recording. The more frames per second you record, the smoother the video will be. We have hard drives from 1TB to 4TB and our full size DVRS and NVRS will hold up to 8 hard drives. The great thing about buying your hard drive from us when you buy your recorder is that we will install your hard drives for free and make sure they are formatted correctly. That way when you receive your DVR or NVR it will be immediately ready to go as soon as you plug it in and connect a monitor to it.

Other important items for your camera system of course will be power and cables (although the law doesn’t state the requirements for these, they are indeed necessary to run your equipment.) We will include these when we work up your quote based on your site plan that you provide to us.

Also, if you ever need help configuring your security equipment, we provide free tech support for the life of your products. We will walk you through every step of the way from programming your cameras to record 24/7 to viewing your security camera system remotely from any computer or smart devices.

So, just to sum things up, we have become experts in helping i-502 Marijuana Applicants pass their surveillance requirements. All of the applicants we have designed systems for and purchased from us have been approved. If you want to see what what our system costs for your specific needs, send us your site plan to support@securitycameraking.com. Make sure you provide your name, telephone number, zipcode and any questions and our 1-502 specialists will work up a quote right away.

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