CCTV

CCTV Camera Installation Checklist

All junction boxes are checked for correct IP rating and tamper proofed

CCTV Installation Checklist

Cube Training CCTV Installation Checklist
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Camera Installation Overview
1 The system installed is in strict accordance with the agreed specification
2 The continuity of every cable is checked
3 The cable resistance checked
4 The termination of the single loop cable has been tested according to the standard industry practices
5 The Cable length checked
6 All baluns are checked
7 Cabling is at least 5″ from power lines of 2 kVA or less (K stands for kilo or 1,000. VA stands for (Volts X Amps)
8 Cabling is at least 12″ from fluorescent lighting & power lines between 2 & 5 kVA
9 Cabling is at least 40″ from transformers and motors
10 No Ground Loop issues are found / Proper isolators are used to eliminate ground loop issues
11 Adequate Power is provided to power the camera. (Check power cable at camera end to confirm)
12 Camera lens used has the correct focal length and provides the required field of view
13 Cameras do not face directly into the sun when installing outdoors or any lighting when installed indoors
14 In locations that are directly facing a source of light (entrances and exits), WDR cameras have been used (Wide Dynamic Range)
15 The camera view is in focus all the time under changing lighting conditions
16 If UPS is installed the system continues to operate correctly to specification when there is power outage
17 Night recording has been tested for the IR distance
18 For PTZ Camera Pan, Tilt, Zoom, features has been tested
19 ANPR cameras tested for correct reading
DVR Installation Overview (Analogue System)
1 All DVR’s are installed in a secure place where they are protected from any unauthorized access.
2 The power connection for the DVR is untampered
3 All cameras in the installation have been connected to the DVR
4 All cameras have been given a unique camera id and labelled
5 DVR storage capacity is calculated
6 Motion activated recording enable to optimise the recording duration
7 Accuracy of recording verified, based on the timestamp and the actual time
8 Secondary backup of video footages are configured or customer advised to take backup at a regular interval
9 Operations such as monitoring, playback, remote monitoring, backup, switching, and multiplexing are satisfactory
11 DVR and Router has been configured for remote monitoring
Baluns, power supplies, junction boxes and other accessories
1 All baluns are checked against the required standards
2 The UPS’s capacity checked and documented
3 PSU checked for correct fuse rating
4 PSU installed tamper-proof and to mains with permanent connection
5 Power cables are marked and documented
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7 CCTV camera poles are checked for correct position and operation