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Author:  wannabeeahack [ Tue Aug 11, 2020 12:31 pm ]
Post subject:  Oi Dingbats..... CCTV

who had GOT proper encrypted CCTV in the car already?

Author:  Sussex [ Tue Aug 11, 2020 7:08 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Oi Dingbats..... CCTV

wannabeeahack wrote:
who had GOT proper encrypted CCTV in the car already?

Have had for nearly 10 years now. O:)

Author:  edders23 [ Thu Oct 29, 2020 1:25 pm ]
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Sussex wrote:
wannabeeahack wrote:
who had GOT proper encrypted CCTV in the car already?

Have had for nearly 10 years now. O:)



yes but you have an installer based in Brighton! :wink: there aren't any within 100 miles of me other than halfords

Author:  Sussex [ Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Oi Dingbats..... CCTV

edders23 wrote:
yes but you have an installer based in Brighton! :wink: there aren't any within 100 miles of me other than halfords

Then you should train up and set up an installer service and you could make a bob or two.

Author:  StuartW [ Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:17 pm ]
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edders23 wrote:
yes but you have an installer based in Brighton! :wink: there aren't any within 100 miles of me other than halfords

Doubt if Halfords does that sort of stuff anyway :?:

They just do off the shelf dashcams, which any competent auto-electrian would manage to install, indeed just DIY mechanic skills required, I suspect.

Author:  Sussex [ Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Oi Dingbats..... CCTV

Have I missed something or do folks think CCTV is difficult to install?

Anyone with a basic set of electrical skills can fit them. The units are the same to fit no matter how advanced they are.

No different in my view than fitting a meter.

Author:  grandad [ Fri Oct 30, 2020 9:16 am ]
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We had encrypted CCTV installed in our cars on a 3 year contract, they were installed at our premises. The problems we had were that the quality at night was crap and could not be used at all. Daytime was good and it did help us with a couple of issues. We have now had them removed and so far we haven't replaced them.

Author:  wannabeeahack [ Tue Nov 10, 2020 11:11 am ]
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grandad wrote:
We had encrypted CCTV installed in our cars on a 3 year contract, they were installed at our premises. The problems we had were that the quality at night was crap and could not be used at all. Daytime was good and it did help us with a couple of issues. We have now had them removed and so far we haven't replaced them.


your council not require them yet then?

Author:  wannabeeahack [ Tue Nov 10, 2020 11:11 am ]
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Sussex wrote:
Have I missed something or do folks think CCTV is difficult to install?

Anyone with a basic set of electrical skills can fit them. The units are the same to fit no matter how advanced they are.

No different in my view than fitting a meter.


and deffo not worth £550 quoted by Safe systems, worse yet, to change from 1 car to another £150

Author:  wannabeeahack [ Tue Nov 10, 2020 11:14 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Oi Dingbats..... CCTV

Spoke to a local alarm/CCTV installer

its the data thats encrypted, not the system, and a password protected system might be all you need, i did my electrical apprenticeship in the dark...NCB coal face

ive got all the tools but cant find the systems for sale

Author:  wannabeeahack [ Wed Nov 11, 2020 11:53 am ]
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Therefore the decision to introduce a CCTV policy must be underpinned by a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA). A DPIA is a mandatory requirement before any CCTV policy is implemented. A DPIA helps you identify and minimise the data protection risks of a CCTV policy and to answer fundamental but tricky questions, including:

what is our justification for requiring the use of CCTV?
when should the CCTV be operating?
should the driver be able to manually control the system?
for what purposes will we use the CCTV footage?
how do we ensure that the footage is kept secure and only used for authorised purposes?
should we allow audio-recording and, if so, in what circumstances?
how long should the footage be retained?
what are the risks to passengers' and drivers' data protection rights and interests?

Author:  edders23 [ Fri Nov 13, 2020 8:53 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Oi Dingbats..... CCTV

wannabeeahack wrote:
Spoke to a local alarm/CCTV installer

its the data thats encrypted, not the system, and a password protected system might be all you need, i did my electrical apprenticeship in the dark...NCB coal face

ive got all the tools but cant find the systems for sale



the place in Brighton sells them I think ?

Author:  Sussex [ Fri Nov 13, 2020 8:48 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Oi Dingbats..... CCTV

edders23 wrote:
the place in Brighton sells them I think ?

Two or three places down here sell them.

One of the suppliers get his stuff from a wholesaler based in London that I'm quite sure would sell their system to Mr Wana.

But I can't remember their name.

Author:  wannabeeahack [ Sun Nov 15, 2020 7:30 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Oi Dingbats..... CCTV

Sussex wrote:
edders23 wrote:
the place in Brighton sells them I think ?

Two or three places down here sell them.

One of the suppliers get his stuff from a wholesaler based in London that I'm quite sure would sell their system to Mr Wana.

But I can't remember their name.



as a source of intel your as much use as a chocolate fireguard

Author:  Sussex [ Mon Nov 16, 2020 10:00 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Oi Dingbats..... CCTV

Google CCTV Wholesale London.

There are loads of them.

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