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Access control simply means a system for controlling who enters a property or building. In the past, access control usually meant a guard or receptionist, a sign-in system and badges. Today, businesses and organizations have a range of options for staffed and unstaffed access control, including Intercoms, phones, electronic ID cards and badges, electronic keypads and biometric scanners to give employees, customers and visitors access to facilities.
Examples of biometric scanners are Finger Print Scaners and Retina Scaners. NorthEast Remote Surveillance offers the added benefit of providing an electronic video recording of who has entered and exited a building and who is on the premises at any given time.

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What is Video Standard?

Different areas of the world use different video standards. North America uses NTSC, Europe uses PAL and SECAM, South America uses PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL and NTSC. Almost every area of the world has a mixture of video standards. If your CCTV/recorder/camcorder support multi-systems, you can use either PAL or NTSC camera. With a multi-system video recording format, you expect an PAL tape to be reproduced as a standard digital PAL signal, and the same machine if fed with a NTSC tape will reproduce it as a standard digital NTSC signal. A multi-system interface recorder can also be expected to make a perfectly normal PAL recording of an PAL input signal, and a perfectly normal NTSC recording of a NTSC input signal. A NRSEC representative can provide professional advice in selecting the correct Surveillance security camera.

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