Surveillance Systems


  • What is it?

It is a Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) for recording video 24/7 a specific site weather locally or remotely. The main components are cameras, DVRs, storage units, monitors, and other accessories. There are mainly two types of cameras 1) indoor 2) outdoor; besides, there is optionally IP Cams which allow to be controlled remotely.

  • Our work:

Echolink is specialized in planning, designing, implementing, maintaining a surveillance system covering our clients' site(s) across different locations. Based on a long time of experience, we present to our clients consultancy of the optimum choice for their surveillance system.

  • Types of CCTV Cameras:






Dome Camera

A dome camera is a combination of camera, lens, and ceiling mount packaged in a discreet dome shape.

  • Functions like any other camera but comes in a dome-shaped housing.
  • Is well-suited for environments that tend to get dirty, like kitchens and warehouses.
  • Typically available in indoor or outdoor housings.
  • Aesthetically pleasing / compact in appearance.
  • Available in vandal-resistant housings.

PTZ Camera

A PTZ camera contains mechanical controls that allow the operator to remotely pan, tilt, and zoom the camera.

  • Pan, Tilt and Zoom features.
  • Control movement via joystick or software.
  • Can automatically run patterns or turn to a preset position.
  • Focuses on areas of interest.
  • Auto Track movement.
  • Survey a wide area of interest and zoom in to detail

Bullet Camera

A bullet camera is a combination of camera, lens, and housing packaged in a bullet-style body.

  • Commonly includes IR illuminators.
  • Sealed enclosure decreases need for servicing.
  • Small footprint.
  • Requires no separate housing or lens.
  • Good for low-light situations



IP Camera

An IP camera transmits a digital signal using Internet Protocol over a network.

  • Increased resolution and scalability
  • Many have built-in video analytic software.
  • Better system management than analog cameras.
  • Resolutions from VGA to 29 Megapixel.

Day/Night Camera

A day/night camera is a camera used indoor and outdoor for environments with low light conditions.

  • IR filter that is lifted as lighting levels decrease.
  • Handles both day and night-time lighting situations.

Thermal Camera

A thermal camera uses thermal imaging to produce surveillance footage in dark or harsh environments.  It uses heat to differentiate objects.

  • Uses heat sensing to distinguish objects and people.
  • Detect people and objects in smoke, haze, dust, light fog.
  • Works in complete darkness.

Wide Dynamic Camera

Wide Dynamic Cameras have the ability to balance light-levels on a pixel-by-pixel basis.

  • Capable of handling a wide range of lighting levels in the same scene.
  • Capable of handling a wide range of lighting levels in the same scene.

Wireless IP Camera

Wireless IP security cameras offers ease of installation and eliminates the cost of network cabling when adding this camera to your video surveillance system.

  • Wi-Fi enabled for easy installation and setup.
  • Tilting and swivel options to maximize viewing.
  • Motion detection for instant alerts of intruders.
  • Crystal clear images, even in low light conditions.