24 Channel CCTV Systems
24 Channel CCTV systems are generally designed for commercial, federal, and local organizations' needs. A 24 camera surveillance system has twenty-four of the highest quality security cameras, a 24 channel DVR, large spools of cable, power adapters. and sometimes additional CCTV accessories. If you are looking for a large system you can browse some of our 24 channel security camera system packages here, however if you don't see a particular setup here, give us a call and we will build a custom 24 camera security system for you.
All Our Systems Have:
|iPhone / Android Apps|
|Video Viewable over the Internet|
|Free Central Monitoring Station Software|
|Realtime Recording - 30 FPS per camera||FPS or Frames Per Second is what makes a video look fluid and not "jerky." Be wary of manufacturers/retailers that make inferior products seem better by stating total FPS rather than FPS per camera. 60 FPS over 4 channels is half as fluid as 30 FPS per camera!
|2 Year Warranty|
|Free Lifetime Support|
|30 Day Money-Back Guarantee|
Our 24 Channel Security Camera Systems
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24 Channel CCTV Systems Need Two Power Supply Boxes
If you are wondering why we have two power supply distribution boxes on each of our system packages, then you should know that the highest channel box is an 18 channel power supply box. For a turn-key solution like a 24 channel system, you need to have two available boxes and not just for power. Certain power supply boxes have only a certain amount of available amps. Any high powered infrared security camera will have an amperage of at least 1amp. So you need to calculate the right amperage and know what your power supply box can dish-out. By having two 18 channel 18amp boxes you can rest assured you can power your cameras. The only thing you will really need to look out for is security cameras that take a 24AC power requirement. You will need an AC power supply box, unless you can get a AC to DC converter. If you could integrate this into your CCTV setup, then you can avoid having an extra box. If not any PTZ camera with a heater and blower or even a c-mount housing with a heater and blower will need an AC power supply box, to ensure camera operability and safety.
Make Sure You Measure Out Your Cable Runs Before You Buy
A common problem when trying to configure a CCTV system is how much cable is needed. There are many different cable solutions. Some solutions work better than others in certain scenarios, but ultimately you cannot figure out which method you need until you know how much cable you really need. However, we pared all of the CCTV systems for sale with RG59 grade cable. RG59 is the most consistent in video transmission and resistant to interference. The copper in the RG59 cable is the key behind the signal strength. The only flaw is the distance it can transmit over. Although RG59 is very inexpensive, you might have to employ a device like a video balun transceiver if distance becomes the problem. It is a very good solution, especially when you are dealing with distance problems. This is where it becomes important to measure out how far away for cable runs are going to be from your PC based security digital video recorder. This will also help you determine how much RG59 cable you really need. Also another highlight is if you have a large setup, like a 24 channel surveillance system, purchase a RG59 cable solution that has video, data, and power all in one shot. Just in case you decide to adapt to new security cameras, like PTZ cameras, you do not have to deal with running more cable. These all in one cable solutions are a time saver and allow you to finish your installation in a speedy fashion. If you need more cable than what we have listed here, you can call our 800 line and speak with a consultant today about customizing a CCTV system today.
Our 24 Channel CCTV Systems include:
Consider How Much Record Time You Need To Archive
Another important thing to think about is how much video you want to keep on hand. You need to calculate how much video you want in measures of a week, month, or even a year. You can design a CCTV system to accomplish your surveillance needs, you just need to calculate it. These system are setup to come with a 500GIG hard drive stock. You can always upgrade your system by installing extra hard drives. We do recommend doing it yourself, there is always the risk of a time lasp until you can get everything operable after upgrade. If you are in a pickle and you cannot decide whether you need to purchase a 1 or 2 tera-byte hard-drive package, then look at our Elite VR PC Based security dvrs, they are setup where you can plug and play hard-drives to the system. It is a great setup, we build the dvr to respond to sudden changes in hard-drives. This solution will allow you deal with grow your ability to keep stored data internally. This is also great in the event you have a hard-drive crash. However, depending on your budget and situation, you really need to figure this out, it is always harder to upgrade a system when it is the only measure of surveillance.