​Commercial Video Surveillance Systems

Network IP and CCTV Security Cameras

Ensure safety in the facility while protecting your assets with a commercial video surveillance system. Day or night, the use of cameras and video security systems are a proven deterrent and help you capture and track activity. ​Combine video surveillance with access control for a complete integrated security system.

Whether you need a standalone camera to monitor a single area or a networked multi-camera system to track people and assets across multiple facilities, IdentiSys has the video security systems to meet your needs. We have local sales and trained customer engineers located nationwide to handle your commercial video surveillance project from start to finish.

CCTV and Network Video Surveillance

Professional Services

  • Expert Consultation
    Make the right choice when choosing a video security system for your business. Our local security experts are specialists who can help find the right solution for your needs.
  • Project Management
    We can oversee every aspect of your system installation from start to finish.
  • Configuration Services
    Our customer engineers will program, configure and integrate your video surveillance system to your specifications.
  • On-Site Installation
    Our customer engineers will set up your surveillance system, run all the cables from the cameras to your DVR, make all low voltage electrical and video connections and make sure the cameras are aimed, focused and adjusted correctly.

Types of Security Cameras

Your video surveillance system can be tailored to your requirements with many cameras and configurations available.

Analog Cameras

Analog CCTV Security Cameras

There are a number of analog cameras to choose from with many available housing options. Analog camera systems are affordable and can be sufficient for remote monitoring depending on the application.

Box Camera

Box Security Cameras

Box security cameras point just in one direction, but are reliable and generally cost effective compared to other security cameras.

Dome Camera

Dome Security Cameras

Dome security cameras are designed to conceal the true orientation of the camera. When someone can't tell which way the camera is pointing, they often assume it is pointing in all directions — a great deterrent.

PTZ Camera

PTZ Security Cameras

Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras look similar to a dome cameras but can pan and zoom without needing to manually adjust the camera. PTZ cameras are controlled via s security terminal, smartphone app or programmed to operate automated.

Bullet Camera

Bullet Security Cameras

Bullet security cameras get their name from the way they look. Bullet cameras point just in one direction, but are very adaptable and typically are better weather proofed compared to dome cameras.

Panoramic Security Cameras

Panoramic Security Cameras

Panoramic security cameras, also known as 360-degree cameras, face in all directions and can be a great forensic tool. Some rooms will not work with these cameras as they require an unobstructed field of view in all directions.

Thermal Imaging Security Camera

Thermal Imaging Security Cameras

Thermal imaging security cameras detect activity in total darkness, through smoke, fog, rain and haze. Thermal imaging cameras are ideal for applications where artificial light is either unavailable or restricted.

Fortified Security Cameras

Fortified Security Cameras

Fortified security cameras are designed to deliver the highest-quality video in the harshest environments and conditions. High- and low-temperature cameras systems survive in the hottest and coldest of temperatures.

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