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Access Control Systems 

Open the door to smarter security.

Control entry of who, where, and when with Access Control Systems.

Improve the security of your business by thinking beyond the lock and key. Whether you’re a retail shop with five employees or a midsize manufacturer with three workforce shifts, the keyless technology of access control systems empowers you to easily customize, track, and maintain employee access to buildings, rooms, and information. A variety of services and hardware are available to suit your facility and budget. New technology and pervasive internet access have made access control a more cost-effective option.

Dome Cameras:

Dome cameras are named for their dome-shaped housing. They are often used indoors and outdoors and are designed to be inconspicuous. Dome cameras offer a wide viewing angle and are difficult to tamper with due to their vandal-resistant design.

Bullet Cameras:

Bullet cameras are cylindrical in shape and are typically used for outdoor surveillance. They are easy to install and are known for their long-range viewing capabilities. Bullet cameras are also weatherproof and resistant to dust and dirt.

PTZ Cameras:

PTZ cameras can pan (move horizontally), tilt (move vertically), and zoom in on specific areas. They are often used in large surveillance systems where operators need the flexibility to adjust the camera's view in real-time.

License Plate Recognition (LPR):

LPR cameras are specialized cameras equipped with optical character recognition (OCR) technology to capture and recognize license plate numbers. They are commonly used for access control, parking management, and law enforcement applications.

fisheye panoramicu0026nbsp; Cameras:

360-degree cameras, also known as fisheye cameras, capture panoramic views of their surroundings. They can monitor large areas with a single camera and are ideal for applications where comprehensive coverage is required, such as in retail stores or parking lots.

Thermal Cameras:

Thermal cameras detect infrared radiation emitted by objects to create images based on their heat signatures. They are effective for surveillance in low-light conditions or environments with smoke, fog, or dust. Thermal cameras are used in fire detection systems to monitor for the presence of heat or flames.

Our Video Surveillance Solutions

Don't leave your security to chance. Contact Furwel Technologies today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how our CCTV installation services can help protect your property.

Training and Support:

After installation, we provide comprehensive training on how to use your CCTV system effectively. Additionally, our support team is always available to assist you with any questions or concerns.

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Quality Equipment Supply:

We provide high-quality CCTV cameras, DVRs/NVRs, monitors, and other necessary equipment from trusted manufacturers to ensure reliability and performance. 

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Configuration and Testing:

Once installed, we configure the CCTV system settings and conduct thorough testing to verify that all components are functioning correctly and providing the desired level of security. 

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