Where do you start when shopping video surveillance solutions for your home or office? A first thought may be that the best camera surveillance system is what is trending today, or one that is out of our price range. Then the search begins. In the world of video monitoring this can be a daunting task! Our searches may include, best video camera, best surveillance home systems, most affordable video surveillance systems. All we want is a quality product, pay for what we want and need and excellent performance! Pretty simple.
Locksmith On Call recommends IP (Internet Protocol) cameras. These are superior to other camera technologies. IP cameras are digital, have internalized processors, and use integrated cable. A local area network replaces the need for a local recording device. All image data is transmitted via the internet. Control data is also received through the internet. Our IP cameras can also be connected to a NVR or Networked Video Recorder. The resolution of IP cameras is superior to analog technologies and have frame rates that are faster. Our most basic camera line can offer ten times the resolution of an analog camera with facial recognition at up to one hundred feet away.
Customers who already have analog wiring in place can benefit from our line of HD cameras using TVI technology, known as HD-TVI or High Definition Transport Video Interface. This technology can process and transport a digital signal over analog cable. In addition we offer HD-TVI DVRs to record camera imagery.
When you are searching for the best home or business video surveillance camera system specific to your needs and requirements, call locksmithoncall.com.
Industry recognized safe ratings
Construction Ratings for Safes
Performance Ratings for Safes
- Tools (TL), High grade hand / power tools are used,(Ie. tungsten- carbide drill bits).
- Torch (TR), Oxy-fuel gas cutting or welding torches are used (I.e thermal lance).
- Explosives (TX), High explosives are used, up to a total of 8 ounces and no more than 4 ounces at a time (I.e. nitroglycerin).
Safe Locking Mechanisms
- Mechanical Locks– These are traditional, time tested Dial locks.
- Electronic Locks– These are battery operated keypads.
- Hybrid Locks– These locks utilize two or more technologies in one lock. An example is a Electronic-mechanical lock (A dial and a keypad combined).
UL Rated Safe Lock Mechanisms
Mechanical Combination (Dial) Safe Locks
- Group 2– These locks offer the most basic level of dial lock security and are designed to resist semi-skilled manipulation attempts for less than two hours. These locks are best suited for use on RSC, B, and C rated safes.
- Group 2M– These locks offer resistance to manipulation carried out by a skilled expert for up to two hours. This category provides a good “mid-range” lock to place on a TL-15 or TL-30 safe.
- Group 1– These locks are rated to withstand 20 hours of expert manipulation, but they are susceptible to x-ray, allowing them to be opened in a shorter time. These locks are expensive and are used on higher priced safes that are rated TL-30 and higher.
- Group 1R– These locks are rated the same as Group 1, but have an added x-ray resistant feature.
Electronic Keypad Safe Locks
- Type 1– These locks are rated to withstand expert manipulation for 20 hours, plus additional specifications outlined below.
- Type 1F– These locks are similar to Type 1, but also conform to U.S. Federal Specification FF-L-2740. These locks are made for use by Federal Government Agencies.
UL Fire Ratings for Safes
Fire Endurance Test
- ½ Hour Rated Safe- Must reach 1550 degrees F
- 1 Hour Rated Safe- Must reach 1700 degrees F
- 2 Hour Rated Safe- Must reach 1850 degrees F
- 3 Hour Rated Safe- Must reach 1920 degrees F
- 4 Hour Rated Safe= Must reach 2000 degrees F
- Class 125– The maximum allowable internal testing temperature for this safe is less than 125 degrees F. These safes were originally designed to store digital media, such as floppy disks, but, can also safely protect other media such as compact disks, tapes, etc. These safes also maintain a humidity level below 80%.
- Class 150– The maximum allowable internal testing temperature for this safe is less than 150 degrees F. These safes were designed to store computer and reel to reel magnetic tapes. These safes also maintain a humidity level below 85%.
- Class 350– The maximum allowable internal testing temperature for this safe is less than 350 degrees F. These safes were designed to store paper documents.
Explosion Hazard Test
Fire Impact Test
During a fire a building’s structural integrity may become compromised due to the flames and high temperatures. Thats why the Fire Impact Test was developed. This optional test simulates the effects of a safe dropping through the collapsing floors of a three story building, and is conducted immediately after the Explosion Hazard Test. Within, two minutes of being removed from the furnace, the safe is hoisted 30 feet high and dropped onto a pile of bricks which are resting on a solid concrete slab. The safe is inspected for damage and, if it appears intact, it is returned to the furnace for re heating. After, a predetermined amount of time the furnace is turned off, and the safe is allowed to cool. Once, cooled, the safe is removed and carefully examined for damage and heat transmission.
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