Security Cameras for Your Home
If your Los Angeles home could talk to you, what would it say? Whether a door has been opened, a valuable has been moved or a flood has been detected, our security cameras systems can tell you! All you need is your laptop or cell phone to stay in the know and stay in control. With Total Connect, if it's happening in your home, it's happening on your phone.
Give us a call, our friendly advisors will assist you in choosing the right security camera system for your home, our complete systems including installation start at $1260 which includes the most popular features.
What sets us apart from a system bought from a hardware store is our 30 years of experience in Los Angeles and surrounding counties including Orange County, Ca
Here are some details that make the difference in considering the security camera lenses alone, that is why considering our CCTV installation company makes all the difference:
Aperture . The opening or hole in a lens through which light passes.
Back Focus . A mechanical focusing method whereby the image device (chip or tube ) is manually adjusted closer or nearer the lens. Proper back focus will insure that a zoom lens will stay in focus throughout the zoom range.
Camera • The approximate size of a cameras image pickup device. It is a measurement
Format derived from the diagonal line of a chip or the diameter of a tube . Currently there are four formats in the security industry. They are 1", 2/3", 1/2", and 1/3".
"C" Mount An industry standard for mounting a lens to a camera where 1"-32 thread is employed and the distance from the image plane ( chip or tube ) to the banking shoulder of the lens is 17.52mm (.69 in ).
"CS" Mount A relatively new standard for mounting a lens to a camera where 1"-32 thread is
employed and the distance from the image plane ( chip or tube ) to the banking • shoulder of the lens is 12.52mm.
Depth of The in-focus range within a scene viewed by a lens. It is measured as the distance
Field in reasonable focus in front of and beyond an object viewed.
Field of The maximum angle of view a lens "sees".
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Focal LengthThe distance from the theoretical lens center to the surface of the image sensor.
The greater the focal length the narrower the field of view the lens produces.
Lens Format The approximate size of a lenses projected image. In most cases a lens will project
an image greater then its designated format size (1", 2/3", 1/2", 1/3" ). This is to
insure the pickup device of a similarly formatted camera is fully covered. It is
recommended that cameras and lenses used together be of the same format.
Iris A mechanical diaphragm controlled manually or automatically which adjusts the
lens aperture (opening).
Speed Refers to the ability of a lens to transmit light and is measured in f-stops. The
lower the f-stop the "faster" the lens. •