Dozer's CCTV story?

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Dozer's CCTV story?

Postby Sometimewoodworker » Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:13 pm

I bought cable from two sources, one original CCTV guy (he, if anyone ever reminds me I will do a write up on the CCTV story, it is a funny one)

Hi Dozer you wrote this in your story coolthaihouse project #2 a couple of years ago. If you still remember it I'd like to here it.

Sorry I'm so late asking, but I don't usually read that area.
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Re: Dozer's CCTV story?

Postby pipoz » Wed Jun 17, 2015 12:13 pm

Just a bit of info, recently installed a CCTV system at my place. I think I have 4, maybe 5 cameras, mounted on the Verandah eave lining, which you hardly notice. Little cameras with LED lights, linked back to a 32 inch TV.

It brings four pictures up on the TV screen at one time, so you get a view of all four sides of the house at once.

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Re: Dozer's CCTV story?

Postby olavhome » Thu Sep 15, 2016 9:08 pm



Upside Down as a favor for members "Downunder" :-)
Did buy in "D-com" Pattaya before og to Norway and will install when come back Buriram in end october.
8 cameras, plan use 4 outside and 4 inside. 2GB harddisk shall cover one week.
Did also get the cables and fittings.
Did also buy 10 movement sensors, control panel and 2 remote controls,2 aoutside alarms to scare burglars off, all system wireless.
Pay thb 57.000 for all but have to install myself :?
Can also use Smartphone as remote and also as montor for the cameras.
Hopefully be ok and enough to take care of safety- i hate bars on windows look like jail :-)
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Re: Dozer's CCTV story?

Postby MGV12 » Fri Sep 16, 2016 11:48 am

olavhome wrote: i hate bars on windows look like jail :-)


Of course if you choose/are forced to live in certain high risk areas you may well not have the choice.

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Re: Dozer's CCTV story?

Postby olavhome » Fri Sep 16, 2016 12:04 pm

I know.
Im thinking that maybe cameras will have the same preventive affect as the bars.
With cameras intruders can risk they come on tape and that they later have to deal with police. (if that is a treat in LOS)
If you put in bars you in many houses (including MIL) just can bring an electric screwdriver, since many dont do anything with screws head.
Hopefully I will never find out what is best :roll:
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