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Old June 27th, 2012, 07:52 AM   #1
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I may need to add swing gate access control and security cameras to a fenced in cross dock in MI. I am looking for advice on camera placement, swing gate opener, keypad or rfid access control with logging capabilities and hopefully integration with the NVR software. I'm looking for someone in the industry to offer advise.

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for cameras I was contemplating using the 2 and 3mp cameras here http://nellyssurplus.com/hi-def-ip-cameras.html

swing gates are 6'x12.5'. if the pricing was the same I would consider adding a 6'x25' slide gate
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Stay away from elcheapo cameras. They don't see well, and your crooks will get away. Look into reasonably priced Pelco cameras, and enclosures. They cost a little more, but you want a useable picture to show the cops when a boat gets ripped off, or cleaned out. For Fencing needs that tie into whatever type of opener you would like, look up Midland Fencing, they have been doing security for 15+ years, and can hook you up with dialpad, RFID, Bar coding, Proximity sensors, whatever you like.

Bring in an expert, you won't be sorry. At the very least, they can design you a system, and even if you don't go with their system, you will have part numbers and a rough design to work with.
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When I was going through fiber optics certification we installed security camera's through out the entire Campus, we used the middle of the road fixed camera's from newegg.com and also wired them through a PLC (programmable logic controller) which would trigger off the eyes we installed as someone would pass through, not only that, we installed switches for the doors and keypads, literally locking the place down like no tommarow...long story short if you have a versatile electrical company they can install all kinds of goodies and using fiber to communicate (easily tracked if wires are tampered with)...if you have more ?'s you can pm me and I can lead you in the right direction.
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