RaiderVision wireless video camera detector units.
Fully armoured for hazardous environments
Built to withstand low and high temperatures
100% Wireless installation
No power cables required
Video confirmed alarm triggers
High volume siren
20m Animal imune detection beam
Remote control operation from control room
What Makes RaiderVision Different
A combination of the world’s most stable externally rated detectors with market-leading illumination and video capture and transmission technology.
The units feature motion sensors with dual-beam animal immune detectors designed to accurately detect warm objects, such as people and vehicles, without false activations due to wildlife and weather.
The RaiderVision technology sends video to CSS servers in seconds, allowing rapid response to alarm events.
The units have a continuous 24/7 real time connection to monitoring and control room staff and can be controlled remotely where required, without power, telephone lines or cables.
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Unit power – our fail-proof system
RaiderVision systems are battery powered, with each device operating for about a year on its batteries. When a device battery starts getting low, the system sends a low battery message to our control room servers, giving you absolute confidence that the batteries won’t suddenly run out.
System checks ensure reliability
An engineer will be scheduled to attend the site to replace the battery, free of charge, once the low battery alert is received. Our control room staff also perform ‘system efficacy’ checks, including reviewing signal strengths, battery voltages and communication speeds for every device on each customer’s system.
Video checks for constant monitoring
We also request video from every camera twice each week, to check that the detector and camera view have not been obscured by building materials or other objects that could prevent them detecting intruders. Clients receive an email report each time we do this.
Rapid reaction to any fault
On the rare occasion we do uncover a problem with equipment, we arrange a site visit and replace it. If the problem is caused by an obstruction, we send the video to the site manager via email and arrange with him to have the obstruction removed or the camera re-sited.
No power cables needed
Our fully battery-powered alarm systems communicate via the 2G,3G and 4G networks, eliminating the need for any cables. As a result, installation is quick and simple, sites can be reconfigured easily and there are no repetitive charges for repairing damaged cables, as is common on standard CCTV systems.
RaiderVision units are installed at 1.2m off the ground, to ensure the detection of intruders more quickly than standard high-mounted systems. The cameras and stands are fully steel armoured to prevent damage.
The Raidervision modular security system can secure sites up to 2km x 2km with just a single control unit, but Raidervision is not just for big sites. A complete system could be just a single camera or a hundred cameras. The modular nature means the system can be a cost effective solution for any size of site.
The Raidervision system can be deployed to create either a full perimeter protection zone, or alternatively, the most popular solution, as ‘trap protection’ covering gates and key / vulnerable areas of the site. Each Raidervision camera unit will detect, illuminate and video an area of 20 meters x 90 degrees each.
Just been to the pre handover event for the ASD Build project for Hafod Homes in Aberdare this morning.
Compound Security Specialists secured the site from day one using our Raidervision temporary site security system. One Raidervision control system was sufficient to cover the entire site using on average 12 armoured RaiderVision cameras, all backed up by our Rapid Alarm response service. No losses occurred during the 2 year project!
Aberdare Girls School was built in 1913 when the Welsh valleys were very different places. Closed in 2014 this beautiful and important historical centre piece for the local area was not of interest to several developers, but then along came Swallow Hill Homes from Nottingham, who saw the potential in the site.
A new company called ASD Build was formed in partnership with two local, highly skilled brothers, Mike and Mark Hennessey and in conjunction with some skilled architects, a community for over 55s was designed and the plan put in to action. Two years after breaking ground, the project is complete, bar a few internals and the landscaping, comprising 26 flats in the main building and 16 bungalows and two houses to the rear
[caption id="attachment_5167" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Rob Bailey, CFO ASD Build speaking at the
Aberdare Girls School launch event for Hafod Housing[/caption]
All of the main building external elements have been preserved as much as possible, including the weather vane and down pipes, all of which were sent away to be completely refurbished. The result is that apart from the modern window materials, Aberdare School looks pretty much as it always has.
I would also like to say particularly well done to Rob Bailey and Mark Hennessey for their decision to use local contractors and suppliers as much as possible with over £1.3m being spent with contractors and suppliers within 10 miles of the site and all staff employed living within 13 miles. This makes a huge difference to communities.
Well done boys. Looking forward to starting the next two projects with you before the year end in Cardiff and Pontypridd.
[caption id="attachment_5168" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Front elevation of New Aberdare Girls School residential development for Hafod Housing[/caption]
For more information on this project or ASD Build, go to Aberdare Girls School