unit1/1012 Yalwal Rd Nowra NSW 2540
TV ANTENNA NOWRA is Nowras leading TV antenna installer.
LICENSED INSURED QUALIFIED
WHEN THE JOB NEEDS TO BE DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME
Australian Government Approved Antenna Installer for Residential, Commercial and Satellite installations. License No 5711
TV antenna Nowra installs and repairs TV antenna
TV antenna outlets Pay TV fed to multiple outlets with one subscription
VAST Satellite TV Services
Surround Sound installation
Wall Mount all TV'S
Satellite dishes installed from .5 m to 4.5m
Close Circuit TV
Close Circuit TV fed to TVs throughout the house or to I phone.
IP Cameras installed
Hills Hubs installation and additions
Fibre optic cabling
Australian Government Endorsed commercial , domestic and satellite installer
Space pacific master antenna installer
Space pacific satellite system installer
Australian open cabling Licence
Over 20yrs experience in satellite , free to air and commercial TV systems
Insured with 10 million public liability.
TV ANTENNA NOWRA are installers of the Hills Hub Structured Cabling Enclosure
Structured Cabling Solutions with Hills Home Hub. The one thing each new house must have, a well though out home containing the Hills Home Hub, will add thousands of dollars of value, it'll entertain you, educate your children and this latest smart technology will add convenience that you never thought possible. The Hills Home Hub delivers and distributes data, phone, video, audio and TV signals using the latest in data and TV cables from a centrally located enclosure to specially configured wall outlets in any room of your choice. Structured cabling using the Hills Home Hub is preferably planned at the same time as your electrical wiring. The central enclosure is home to the devices that enable the delivery and distribution of these signals. It also can house the security system central controller (available for the 600 Series only). An ideal location for the central location enclosure is in a utility room, or in the garage. It is important to plan in which rooms you would like to access data,
TV Antenna Nowra are an approved installer of VAST Satellite services
The Australian Government funds a free-to-air satellite service – Viewer Access Satellite Television (VAST). VAST provides digital television to viewers in remote areas of Australia who are unable to receive digital TV through their normal TV antenna due to local interference, terrain or distance from the transmitter in their area.
TV ANTENNA NOWRA are installers of the latest IP camera video Surveillance Systems
Video Surveillance industry these days is witnessing a magnum shift from Analog to IP and this trend is catching up all around the world. In smaller installations involving IP cameras, the task of installation and maintenance is a bit easy. But in large scale installation, things do not fall in place as expected. But if the following tips are followed, then things might turns simple to users on long run.
Camera and Network Configuration- Users need to first decide on system configuration, including the number and make of cameras, video storage and recording needs, physical location of each camera and the cabling and other hardware needs. One of the first considerations to make will be on the quality of the video you want, as this will determine the type of camera used and your network speed requirements. These days, High Definition surveillance is the most preferred, as they support video analytics.
Installation and Cabling- Using Cat5 and Cat6 cables to connect the cameras is what most installers these days are insisting. One must make sure that the cable length should always be less than 328 feet. If you have more area to be covered by the cameras, then a switch can act as a repeater. Unless you use standard cables, you will have to fit RJ-45 connectors to the cables, so make sure you get the connections right and be careful not to damage the cable. Connect the IP camera to the switch and in turn connect the switch to your Internet router and the recorder.
Power for security camera- The network cameras needs power supply to function and the easiest method to supply power is through Power over Internet (POE). Make sure the camera is POE enabled and if you are using a POE power supply, then it should be placed between the switch and the camera unless the switch is POE enabled. Alternatively, a rack mounted POE midspan device is ideal for powering several cameras.