June 30, 2021
This might sound stupid but recently my boss asked me to install fake cameras in our store because the full set of CCTV will cost too much.
I don’t know how many cameras should be in a store?
According to the system integrator, we need to put around 32 cameras to prevent theft.
Though that’s a large number, I think dummy cameras won’t help if something happens.
I think it would be better if I make the system myself by pulling those cables and installing the cameras.
How much time is it usually going to take? Does anybody have similar experiences?
Even with real cameras if a thief wants to steal he or she will steal, the question is… do you want to capture it so you can use it as evidence?. With that in mind, we currently have a sale going on right now, give our sales experts a call at 561 288-5258, if you know how to run cable and can follow directions from video, you should be able to install it, millions of folks have already done so, we also have tech support for the life of the product so you if you run into any issues we are here to help. 32 fake cameras, installing them and then not having any footage, going the cheap route isn’t always the correct way, most folks end up getting a real system and end up losing money and time in the long run, we have seen this time and time again.
I hope this puts everything into perspective, either you go with our systems or someone else’s, always get the real product.
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