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Frequently Asked Questions

This is the perfect time to add anything you think you might want to add into your home. It is a clean slate as far as options go. Remember wireless is great, but if you can hardwire something it will work a lot better. TJC Systems works with many builders and provide pre-wire services in preparation for your home.

From the Basics of a couple phones and cable jacks, to alarm systems, to full home automation and home audio, and everywhere in between.

Give us a call and let our expert staff help you design a system that will be right for you and your new home

This is a trouble light. It means that there is a problem with the alarm system and not to ignore it. It could be anything from a low backup battery which requires changing or a loss of the time and date which needs setting.

The easiest way to resolve this issue is to give our office a call during 8 – 4:30pm when you are near your Keypad, we will walk you through a few steps to figure out what is wrong and help you to resolve it. If we need to book a service call we will, if we can help you fix it remotely we will do that as well.

Yes, TJC Systems can and will set up your system so that you can see your cameras at your home. Some additional equipment may be required. All systems that TJC systems installs have the ability to be seen remotely, although some older systems may not.

There are many cameras in the market, both analog and IP, that offer integrated IR. “Integrated IR” means that the camera comes equipped with IR Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) that provide illumination when the camera is placed in very low light environments.

However, almost all of these cameras provide only static IR settings, meaning that the camera’s IR settings are set by the manufacturer at the time of production and do not change dynamically based on the camera’s environment; limiting the camera’s ability to provide the best image quality in every condition.

Adaptive IR technology combines multiple adaptive processes to always deliver the best evidence:
• Zoom Adaptive – Focuses the IR beam to the camera’s field of view, providing the most effective IR illumination at every zoom position
• Content Adaptive – Optimizes camera settings dynamically based on changes in the imaging area to improve the quality of the evidence captured through two methods:
– Oversaturation Detection: Removes oversaturation while reducing motion blur and providing more effect license plate illumination
– Ignoring Background Oversaturation: Ignores stationary oversaturated areas to provide the most detail of moving objects, even in the darker regions of the image.

“IR” is an acronym for Infrared Radiation used to describe the wireless technology in devices or systems that convey data through infrared (IR) radiation. Infrared is electromagnetic energy at a wavelength or wavelengths somewhat longer than visible light, and is therefore generally invisible to the human eye.

Night-vision devices using active near-infrared illumination allow people or animals to be observed without the observer being detected. Infrared thermal-imaging cameras are used to acquire targets, for surveillance, night vision and tracking.

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