Ezviz introduced a new CCTV camera C6W
Ezviz is just beginning to gain popularity in the Russian market, but in Europe more than 5 million people use video cameras, recorders and smart home systems from Ezviz. The range of the company is constantly expanding, and recently Ezviz introduced a new product. the C6W CCTV camera.
Innovative development. True-WDR sensor (hardware wide dynamic range). Its task is to maintain the clarity and brightness of the image in low light conditions, equally good at capturing both light and dark areas of the image. For example, if the camera does not have the True-WDR function, it cannot be directed at a window or a light source. part of the image will be blown out and instead of a good picture, we will get white and black spots. In other words, high image quality can be achieved through exposure compensation. and this is the strongest point of the sensor. True-WDR shoots each frame twice: slow shutter speed to reveal dark areas, and short shutter speeds to correct highlights, so the combined video comes out with even light. The C6CN H.265 is also equipped with this function. At the same time, it is important not to confuse True-WDR technology with its outdated analogue. DWDR, which is still used by many manufacturers.
The novelty will be of interest to those who expect a panoramic view from the camera: the manufacturer promises a 360-degree viewing angle without blind spots. The lens is equipped with two infrared illuminators, which allows recording even at night with object recognition in a 10-meter area. The camera switches automatically between day and night mode, so monitoring is carried out 24/7.
On the market of technical means, the most fashionable direction is the use of artificial intelligence. Here he is responsible for the smart tracking function: motion sensors “catch” a moving object, keep it in sight, zoom in 4 times and send video to the camera owner’s phone, and the quality of 1080p shooting at 4 times magnification is preserved.
The camera is designed for 24/7 operation in small spaces. If your task is to find a camera for panoramic video surveillance in an apartment, house, office, then the manufacturer will help you as much as possible with the choice: the focal length of the camera (that is, how far the lens “sees”) is 4 mm. which means that both near and distant objects will get into in the frame, while not being too small, as on street or industrial cameras. The manufacturer did not skimp on additional functions: firstly, the “privacy” function, that is, the ability to interrupt filming at any time via a mobile application. Secondly, the ability to use the camera to take a photo. Third, the two-way voice function.
In the world of live broadcasts, streams and live broadcasts, time is of particular value. Manufacturers of video cameras understand this, too, so they release new models that transmit and process video in real time. The novelty sends not only messages, but also a video fragment to the owner’s phone at the very moment it sees a moving object or an intruder in a virtually fenced area. A feature of many Ezviz cameras is the function of recording audio messages. they are automatically played when an object is caught or according to individual settings. The C6W model adds the ability to respond live to the inhabitants of the house, instantly react to what is happening.
Many people visit the supermarket every day. Some of them behave aggressively, provoking conflict situations. Video surveillance helps the security service to notice the threat in time and intervene to prevent verbal skirmish from turning into a fight.
Control of staff work
With the help of cameras installed in checkout areas, you can monitor not only queues, but also the actions of employees. Filming greatly simplifies the recording of working time. Through the cameras, it is easy to find out how busy and how often sales assistants are absent, whether employees comply with sanitary standards and corporate etiquette. Based on the records, qualifications can be assessed, personnel policy improved.
How to place the equipment correctly
Increase in sales
By connecting video analytics functions, cameras are able to recognize visitors of different sex and age, recognize regular customers, and identify those who are included in special lists. Monitoring the sales area allows you to evaluate the effectiveness of advertising, get statistics for adjusting marketing programs. A special visitor counter will help determine the throughput of a point of sale.
- IP cameras, which are capable of transmitting a video stream to any distance via a wired or wireless Internet connection.
- AHD. advanced analog cameras that connect to a standard coaxial cable and transmit video signal without delay for a distance of up to 500 m.
In the checkout areas and opposite the entrance, cameras are preferred, with the help of which you can get clear, detailed frames, and, if necessary, zoom in on the image with minimal loss of quality. For example, model Nobelic NBLC-1210F-WMSD / P with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 px. The camera will help track the correctness of the cashier’s work (whether discounts are getting through correctly, are the cash desks open for no reason).
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Recording can be conducted around the clock or during business hours, continuously or by motion detection in the frame. How many and what kind of cameras are needed depends on the area of the premises and the purpose of observation.
What are video cameras in supermarkets for?
Where cameras shouldn’t be
If we talk about legal requirements, it is forbidden to install tracking equipment in washrooms, changing rooms for staff, changing rooms and other rooms where a person’s privacy can be violated. The placement of cameras in corporate canteens and common recreation areas is not limited, although filming in this case is not commercially useful.
For video surveillance to be effective, convenient, inexpensive, it is not enough to choose and place cameras correctly. It is important to correctly organize the processing and storage of data, to provide a simple, quick way to access them. The cloud video surveillance service will help to solve these problems.
Connecting equipment to Ivideon provides access to all the advantages of high-tech, remote video monitoring:
- No restrictions on the number of cameras, location of objects of observation.
- Access to video equipment at any distance (a shopping center may even be located in another country).
- The ability to view footage and online broadcasts from any device (computer, tablet, smartphone) through convenient applications for Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, iOS and Android.
- Unlimited number of service users.
- Recorded event notifications.
- Saving traffic thanks to support for motion detection, sounds and connection of external sensors.
- Video analytics support.
- Cloud and local data storage, strong encryption.
- Wide tariff scale for different user groups.
- Full and free technical support.
Turnkey connection significantly reduces the time required to deploy a video surveillance network. The user gets help at every stage: from choosing cameras to setting up applications for access. Delivery and installation of equipment is carried out as quickly as possible. For most objects, a few hours are sufficient. You can connect not only new cameras to the Ivideon service, but also cameras already installed at the facility.
In principle, yes, but subject to several prerequisites:
Only if all these moments are implemented. video surveillance in the office becomes legal.
How useful is video surveillance for the office?
Modern video surveillance is inexpensive. but the management of a commercial structure or enterprise can bring quite a lot of benefits:
Thanks to cameras, it becomes possible:
The camera is not the “eye of the all-seeing owner”, but the guarantor of the employee’s safety. And if you take the time and convey this to each employee with all clarity and accessibility, the office video surveillance system will be perceived by employees as an obvious benefit.
In the cameras used, an analog signal is output. It is digitally processed and transmitted over a coaxial cable to a monitor or other receiver. The main features of such technical solutions:
The standard resolution of the analog signal is 600 TVL, which makes it possible to obtain digital video with a resolution of up to 704×576 pixels after processing. The most modern devices are capable of delivering a Full HD signal (1920 x 1080 pixels).
CCTV receivers, regardless of manufacturer, are compatible with each other.
Analog cameras are affordable and easy to use.
Today, such systems will be the best choice if you need to quickly install inexpensive video surveillance without excessive requirements for signal resolution and image detail.
Networked systems using IP cameras
Such technical solutions require IP cameras with their own unique address. The devices can be connected to the system within the local network via a modem, or use a direct connection. A smartphone connected via Wi-Fi is suitable for this. Here are the main characteristics of such systems:
Compressed video signal is transmitted in H.264, H.265, MJPEG, MPEG 2000 formats.
The resolution is limited only by the technical capabilities of the camera matrix, the performance of the video card and the bandwidth of network lines. The most widespread are models with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels, but you can install cameras capable of recording 4K and even 8K signals.
The most commonly used matrices of types CMOS, CCD, PIXIM, as well as thermal imagers for work in the infrared range.
The distance between the camera and the switch is up to 100 m.Using optical lines, this indicator can be increased to several kilometers.
Cameras process the received signal with high quality, you can record information on the built-in SD-card or a hard drive connected to the system. Such devices are capable of broadcasting video over the Internet.
Controlling cameras is very simple. just enter the IP address of the camera in the address bar of the browser.
Networked systems can be used at any site. However, they need qualified personnel to maintain and operate them.
Buyer’s guide: types of video surveillance systems and their installation
Today, a variety of video cameras are used to monitor a specific area, they are connected to a recording device or an IP network. Video surveillance technologies are used not only to detect crimes, but also to solve video analytics tasks that can be used in various applications such as traffic and crowd control, heat map, pedestrian analysis and social distancing or face mask detection.
Such a service as the installation of video surveillance in Kiev or the suburbs, allows the owner, being anywhere in the world, directly from a smartphone or other device connected to the Internet, to view the video signal from cameras in his home or office. Such technical solutions make it possible to prevent theft, quickly detain intruders, and remotely monitor the observance of labor discipline by employees. VOLL experts tell you which systems can be installed.
Systems are different
First of all, you should know that video surveillance systems differ in their structure. She may be:
Peer-to-peer. Such a solution implies the presence of one or more cameras, a power supply and a video signal receiver, where the received data is received.
Multilevel. In this case, you will need a server that will store the collected information. This structure of the system allows you to get to it remotely.
Distributed. With a more complex construction scheme, the main advantage of this option is the ability to exchange data via the Internet. In this case, control over the object equipped with cameras can be carried out from anywhere in the world.
And now it is worthwhile to present in more detail the types of devices used today. Combined technical solutions are often used, in which different equipment is combined into one system.
HD SDI systems
This technical solution allows you to view video in real time with a bright and colorful picture. But when recording or broadcasting over the Internet, the signal is compressed, so its quality deteriorates significantly. Such devices are more expensive than IP cameras, and additional equipment is required to view uncompressed video.
OFFICE VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS
Here is a small material on how to choose a CCTV camera for installation in an office.
The fact is that the office environment for video surveillance equipment is very “comfortable”, so many of the options for video cameras planned for installation in the office may simply not be needed, so they will be easier, and most importantly. cheaper.
Those interested can familiarize themselves in more detail with the characteristics of video cameras on this page, here are some tips for choosing them.
If the goal is to control the situation during working hours, then such a parameter as sensitivity becomes completely uncritical. Indeed, the illumination sufficient for the work of employees, all the more “suit” any video camera. In addition, the absence of significant changes in the brightness of the lighting in the interior makes it possible to abandon the automatic diaphragm control (ARA).
installation of cameras in office premises can almost always exclude their exposure, so there is no need to compensate for it.
Thus, the critical characteristics for office equipment are:
- angle of view (focal length).
Resolution determines the clarity, respectively, the detail of the image. The main thing here is to observe the measure. If it is necessary to monitor the actions of employees (visitors), then a resolution of 500 TVL for analog cameras and 720×576 px for IP systems is quite enough.
In any case, striving for high resolution is very often inappropriate, since video recording devices also have a similar characteristic and may simply not “keep up” with a video camera. In addition, the image quality is determined not only by the matrix, but also, for example, by the lens, so all this must be taken into account.
The next moment. angle of view (focal length), which defines the area to be monitored. About this in more detail on the page about choosing a camera, here I will say that the larger the angle of view (the focal length is correspondingly smaller), the larger the view area, but the smaller the distant objects look.
The next point is chromaticity. All other things being equal, a color video camera is inferior to a black one. white, sensitivity and resolution, but since, as already mentioned, this is not critical for the office, it is better to choose color, since it is more informative.
One more question. use of analog or IP technologies. Each option has its own advantages and disadvantages, about that. on the page video surveillance for the office.
Last but not least. it is a design. If false ceilings are used in the premises, then the use of dome CCTV cameras will be optimal. they have a good design, the connection and laying of wires in this case is carried out in the ceiling space, that is, the interior of the premises is not disturbed, the installation of such devices is quite simple.
INSTALLING A VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CAMERA IN THE OFFICE
Video surveillance in the office has several key features, including a moral and ethical component, as well as methods of mounting cameras, choosing their location and organizing recording.
Place to install the camera in the office.
It is not recommended to use CCTV cameras to assess the quality of the work of employees, as this is associated with very strong discomfort that reduces the efficiency of the personnel. An exception is the installation of cameras to record work with clients, during which conflict situations may arise.
It is recommended to install the camera in office premises where it is necessary to control the safety of material values, as well as to identify visitors. In the latter case, it is necessary to use equipment with high technical characteristics, which is associated with additional costs.
Therefore, a combined video surveillance system is often used, consisting of separate cameras for identification and general overview.
For a large office, IP systems are considered the best option, which allow you to quickly organize full-fledged video surveillance with significant savings when creating a communication infrastructure. Analog video surveillance is recommended for small offices. Relatively cheap and reliable equipment fully meets the requirements of standard safety systems.
For both of the above options, it is possible to organize remote control of the system, for example, via the Internet, including the creation of video archives. However, video surveillance based on IP cameras has wider functionality.
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Equipment, which can only be put into operation after assembly of all its parts and attachment to the supporting structures of the building, is equipment that requires installation for accounting purposes.
Equipment requiring installation is accepted for accounting in an estimate equal to the contractual value paid to the seller (excluding deductible VAT) (paragraphs 2, 3, clause 23 of the Regulations on accounting and bookkeeping in the Russian Federation, approved by the Order of the Ministry of Finance of Russia dated July 29, 1998 N 34n).
The installed equipment is taken into account as part of fixed assets at the initial cost, formed in this case based on the amount of actual costs for the purchase of equipment (contract price paid to the seller without VAT), costs associated with the installation of equipment by the contractor (contractual cost of installation work without VAT accounting) (clauses 4, 7, 8 of the Accounting Regulations “Accounting for Fixed Assets” PBU 6/01, approved by Order of the Ministry of Finance of Russia dated March 30, 2001 N 26n).
Thus, when a video surveillance system enters the organization, it is credited to account 07 “Equipment for installation” at the actual cost, equal in this case to its contractual value (excluding VAT) (Instructions for the use of the Chart of Accounts, approved by the Order of the Ministry of Finance of Russia dated October 31, 2000 N 94n).
When the equipment is transferred for installation, its actual cost is written off from account 07 “Equipment for installation” to the debit of account 08 “Investments in non-current assets”.
As a result, the initial cost of the video surveillance system will be formed on this account, which, after the completion of installation work and when it is put into operation, is transferred to account 01 “Fixed assets”.
In your situation, the initial cost of a video surveillance system is 90,000 rubles. (RUB 84,000. RUB 14,000 RUB 24,000. RUB 4,000).
The annual amount of depreciation deductions for the linear method of depreciation is calculated based on the initial cost of the fixed asset and the depreciation rate calculated based on the useful life of this object (clauses 18, 19 PBU 6/01).
The useful life of an asset is established when it is accepted for accounting based on the expected life of its use (clause 20 PBU 6/01).
At the same time, for accounting purposes, when establishing the useful life of an item of fixed assets (OS), an organization may be guided by the Classification of fixed assets included in depreciation groups, approved by Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of 01.01.2002 N 1 (paragraph 2, clause 1 of the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation N 1).
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Thus, in accounting, an organization has the right to establish the useful life of an item of fixed assets, the same as in tax accounting.
Depreciation deductions for equipment are recognized in accounting as expenses for ordinary activities in the reporting period to which they relate (clauses 5, 8, 16, 18 of the Accounting Regulations PBU 10/99 “Organization Expenses”, approved by the Order of the Ministry of Finance Russia from 06.05.1999 N 33n).
Thus, the amount of accrued depreciation on equipment is included in the structure of expenses for ordinary activities on a monthly basis.
Depreciation begins on the 1st day of the month following the month of accepting this object for accounting, and is carried out until the cost of this object is fully paid off or this object is written off from accounting (clause 21 of PBU 6/01).
After accepting the equipment for accounting (on account 07 “Equipment for installation”), the organization has the right to deduct the VAT charged by the seller upon the transfer of equipment.
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The deduction is made on the basis of the seller’s invoice, drawn up in compliance with the requirements of the law, subject to the availability of relevant primary documents and provided that the equipment is intended for use in VAT-taxable transactions (clause 1, clause 2 of article 171, clause 1 of article 172. clause 2 of article 169 of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation).
VAT presented by the contractor for the work performed, the organization has the right to deduct on the basis of an invoice drawn up in compliance with the requirements of the law, and provided that the installed equipment is intended for the implementation of VAT-taxable operations.
The deduction is made after the acceptance of the work performed and in the presence of the corresponding primary documents (clause 6 of article 171, clause 5, 1 of article 172, clause 2 of article 169 of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation).
Video surveillance system in the office: accounting and taxes
The organization installed a video surveillance system in the building. The cost of the equipment was 84,000 rubles, including VAT at the rate of 20%. 14,000 rubles. We paid 24,000 rubles to pay for the installation and installation of equipment, including VAT at a rate of 20%. 4,000 rubles.
In accounting, the video surveillance system was classified as fixed assets. According to the accounting policy for accounting and tax accounting, depreciation on fixed assets is charged on a straight-line basis.
In tax accounting in accordance with the Classification of Fixed Assets, the video surveillance system was included in the fourth depreciation group with a useful life of five to seven years (code 3126.96.36.199 “Communication equipment, radio or television transmitting equipment”) and a service life was set for it, equal to 80 months.
How to reflect in the accounting and tax accounting of our organization the operation of installing a video surveillance system?
In tax accounting, property with an initial cost of more than 100,000 rubles is recognized as a fixed asset. (clause 1 of article 257 of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation).
In this case, the initial cost of the video surveillance system is 90,000 rubles. (RUB 84,000. RUB 14,000 RUB 24,000. RUB 4,000).
Thus, for the purposes of tax accounting, property worth 100,000 rubles. and less is not a fixed asset and is not depreciated. This conclusion follows from paragraph 1 of Art. 256, paragraph 1 of Art. 257 of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation.
In this regard, property worth up to 100,000 rubles. inclusive, you can from Honor as part of material costs.
At the same time, there are two options for writing off such an asset (clause 3 of clause 1 of article 254 of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation):
- property is written off to expenses in full at the time of commissioning;
- property is written off to expenses over several reporting periods, taking into account the period of its use.
Which of these options to choose, the organization decides on its own.
The chosen option should be reflected in the accounting policy (Letter of the Ministry of Finance of Russia dated 06.03.2019 N 03-03-07 / 14527).
Application of PBU 18/02
If the organization decides to write off the cost of the video surveillance system to tax expenses in full at the time of its commissioning, then it is necessary to apply the Accounting Regulations “Accounting for calculations of corporate income tax” PBU 18/02, approved by the Order of the Ministry of Finance of Russia dated November 19, 2002 N 114n.
In accounting for the video surveillance system, depreciation is charged monthly, starting from the 1st day of the month following the month when this object was accepted for accounting.
In tax accounting, in the month when the video surveillance system is put into operation, its cost is written off to tax expenses at a time and in full.
Therefore, a deductible temporary difference is formed in the accounting of the organization at the date of putting the video surveillance system into operation, leading to the formation of IT (clauses 11, 14 PBU 18/02 “Accounting for calculations of corporate income tax”).
The amount of SHE is reflected in the credit of account 68 “Calculations of income tax” and the debit of account 09 “Deferred tax assets” Instructions for the use of the Chart of Accounts).
The repayment of the deductible temporary difference and SHE will be made monthly as the accounting depreciation is calculated and reflected in the accounting records by reverse entry on accounts 09 “Deferred tax assets” and 68 “Calculations of income tax” (paragraph 2, clause 17 of PBU 18/02).
To correctly reflect the operation of installing a video surveillance system, we will carry out the necessary calculations:
In tax accounting, in the month when the video surveillance system is put into operation, its cost is written off to tax expenses at a time and in full in the amount of 90,000 rubles.
Therefore, in accounting, SHE should be reflected by posting Debit 09 Credit 68 / SHE in the amount of 18,000 rubles. (RUB 90,000 x 20%).
Further, in accounting for 80 months, accounting depreciation will be charged in the amount of 1,125 rubles. (90,000 rubles / 80 months)
Therefore, in accounting on a monthly basis during the depreciation calculation, a decrease in IT should be reflected by posting Debit 09 Credit 68 / IT in the amount of 225 rubles. (1 125 rub. X 20%).
Taking into account the above, in the accounting of the organization, the operation to install the video surveillance system should be reflected as follows:
At the date of purchase of the video surveillance system and its transfer for installation
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