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So what is the difference between IP and Analogue CCTV?

Is IP CCTV really any better than the cheaper Analogue option?

From many of our recent AV installations, we have discovered that some of our customers are being quoted for Analogue CCTV by other companies and are signing up for it based on the fact that it is less expensive than the IP solution. However, we would argue that this is a false economy. The reason being that it is a dated technology and is therefore a more inferior technology.

IP CCTV has replaced Analogue and offers so many more benefits. Read on to find out more;

IP CCTV

CCTV – IP CCTV vs Analogue

 

CALL US on 0844 209 6768 for your FREE consultation or CCTV health check.

We are here to advise and offer you a solution which meets your individual needs. We know that budgets can be tight and so will do our best to offer you a solution which fits your budget.

For more information about CCTV, please go to our product page.

Posted on: October 5, 2017

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Complete with disco lighting and haze machines, we transformed this school hall into a state of the art disco and performance hub.

Hall Sound and Lighting solution

With 2 new wall-mounted 55″ screens installed as second monitors for the projector, this has allowed the performers on the stage to see what is on the large screen without turning around.

Kit included in the installation is listed;

2 x Sharp 55” full HD TV
4 new wall mounted Ecler ARQIS 112 loudspeakers
1 x Ecler LPA16000
1 x AMC iMix 63
1 x Shure Wireless Head worn Mic System
1 x Denon DN-500BD Professional Blu-ray disc player
2 x Hurricane Haze 1D DMX Hazer 10ml/min with Remote
2 x Swarm 5 FX 3 in 1 LED Effect
2 x Intimidator Barrel 305 IRC LED Barrel Scanner Effect

 

Find out how we can transform your facilities: CALL 0844 209 6768

Posted on: August 31, 2017

Apprentice Installations Engineer, Adam Smith is presented with his certificate by John Robson of CableCom Training and Richard Jones, Operations Director of Protech Solutions

We are very pleased to announce that after 14 months of hard work, our Apprentice Installations Engineer, Adam Smith has successfully completed his Apprenticeship.

Having completed his apprenticeship through CableCom Training, Adam has now started in his role of Installations Engineer at Protech. He has achieved a B-TECH Intermediate IT, Software, Web and Telecoms Professional qualification.

He can now add the following to his repertoire of experience;

♦ The ability to offer technical advice and guidance

♦ Working with ICT Hardware and Equipment

♦ Technical Fault Diagnosis

♦ Testing ICT Systems

♦ Copper Cabling and Fibre Optic networking

We are very proud of Adam and have been very impressed by his hard work and commitment towards completing his course and learning all aspects of the role he has been training for.

Protech Director, Paul Marshall adds;

We are a pro-active company and like to encourage young people to join our industry by offering them training and the chance to learn a new trade. We have supported him in any way we can alongside course provider, CableCom Training.

For anyone else considering starting their career through an Apprenticeship scheme, Adam says;

“It’s the best decision I ever made.  Because of my hearing difficulties, I had experienced lots of set-backs in my employment search before I discovered this opportunity with Protech Solutions.  After just one year, I now have a qualification in IT and Telecoms and a new skill as an IT and AV Engineer. I am excited for my future now as a member of the Protech team, whereas before I felt my options were limited. I am grateful to Paul and Protech Solutions for recognizing my potential and giving me a chance to succeed.”

Protech are hoping to recruit another Apprentice towards the end of the year in order to grow our team of engineers and offer training opportunities to eager and determined young people keen to pursue a career in our industry.

 

Posted on: June 28, 2017

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