CCTV Systems & Products

Our extensive range of world-class CCTV IP camera equipment includes new generation CCTV management systems, network video recorders, video analytics and network cabling. OSA delivers end-to-end IP CCTV network solutions, including the integration and remodelling of existing CCTV systems. Our IP networks allow access to footage remotely via a variety of devices. Our entire CCTV range, including mounting and accessories, is held in stock at our Australia-wide network of fully-stocked warehouses.

VMS CCTV Systems

Next Generation CCTV Network

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Network Video Recorders

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CCTV Management Systems

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CCTV Accessories

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CCTV Security System

We Deliver Entire CCTV Security Systems

At OSA, our nationwide network of fully-stocked warehouses carry an extensive range of the latest in CCTV technology, including CCTV IP cameras, software management systems, network video recorders, IP encoders, video analytics, KVM extenders, and mounting and accessories, in addition to the necessary network cabling.

But we don’t just stop there. Our highly skilled CCTV specialists also work in partnership with security contractors to deliver entire CCTV security solutions, specifically tailored to their client’s needs.

Our unique research and development facilities afford us the ability to pre-configure entire CCTV systems (including the network, cameras, and servers), so when our installer partners deliver the CCTV system to their client’s site they can simply do a “plug and play” install, secure in the knowledge that the CCTV system will always deliver exactly what their client needs.

Secure CCTV Systems

We Help Create the Most Secure CCTV Systems Possible

Creating the most secure CCTV systems possible is achieved with a unique intersection of skills and technology.

Not only do we carry the most up-to-date CCTV equipment, including Ethernet and GPON infrastructure that enables seamless updating of infrastructure as technology changes…

…but we also have the experience and understanding of camera positioning to help contractors deliver the most complete and effective system coverage possible.

Because choosing the right location and the correct angle when installing CCTV cameras is just as important for security as the resolution and the number of cameras in the system.

CCTV System

We Take the Guesswork Out of Creating a CCTV System

Our 7-step security analysis helps security contractors assess how to achieve the highest level of security and coverage for their client’s budget, and customise the most effective system for their specific security requirements.

Step 1: The who, where, why, when, what and how of a CCTV system

Who is using the system? Where is the system located? Why is the CCTV system being installed? When will the CCTV system be used? What cabling already exists on the site? How much does the client have to spend on the system?

Understanding the needs of the client, and the environment and purpose of the CCTV system, enables us to look at the entire system from one end to the other, and deliver the best products for the job.

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Step 2: The backbone of a CCTV system: cables and pathways

Is there an existing analogue or copper cat 6 ethernet cable? Does the client need fibre to get their system further?

Our range of hi-tech cabling options include GPON, which is ideal of small space cavities in multi-story buildings, and terraspan, the micro-trenched fibre optic solution to get cables across car parks and driveways without digging great trenches.

Step 3: The grunt behind a CCTV system: network and bandwidth

Network options include unicast or multicast options, managed and unmanaged, and even the latest GPON technology.

Bandwidth requirements will be higher with an outdoor system, more cameras, and higher resolution cameras.

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Step 4: The type of CCTV camera required

Understanding the location, field of view, mounting position, and reason for CCTV surveillance system will all determine the best camera type (or types) for the job.

Does the client need it for legal or insurance purposes? Are they using it as a deterrent, to discourage or identify unsociable behaviours? Or do they need a discrete system for covert observation?

Step 5: The storage size of the CCTV system

Calculating the storage requirements for the system once again comes back to the purpose of the system. If the CCTV is responsive (constantly monitored) it will need different monitors, storage and camera type to a reactive system, which is only reviewed on request.

Typically, councils, licenced premises and systems installed for legal or insurance purposes require 30 days, 24/7, whilst shops, peace of mind and responsive clients only need 14 days storage and they may also want to reduce recording frame at night.

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Step 6: The best management software for the CCTV system

Once again the client’s requirements and budget will determine the best management software system for the job, but OSA stocks a wide range to suit all end users.

VMS OSA is simple and free, but it’s best for peace of mind systems because its footage won’t stand up in court and it only supports a low camera count.

Luxriot VMS can be used in court, will support up to 100 cameras and is often used in the retail environment. Pelco VideoXpert is a slightly more complex system, used for railways, cities and casinos.

At the top end of the scale, Luxriot Evo can support 1000’s of cameras and is ideal for campus and mine sites, while Teleste S-VMX can support up to 10,000 cameras and is commonly used for city, railway, and casino CCTV systems.

Step 7: The matching of monitors and PCs to camera resolution

Understanding how to match monitor size to number of cameras is the final step in the 7-step security analysis.

Whether a SD, HD or UHD monitor is required (and the number of PCs to drive the monitors) depends on the number of cameras in the CCTV system.

CCTV System Solutions

We deliver turn-key solutions for every type of CCTV system

At OSA we deliver CCTV system solutions to a range of industries, including government, hospitality, mining, multi storey developments, heath, aged care, and the retail sector.

Whatever the size of the project, and whether it is a new system or an upgrade, we look at the entire solution, from one end to the other, delivering CCTV systems that work for the client’s needs, and can easily be upgraded or expanded and technologies evolve.

Cutting-edge technology,


…research and development capabilities,

…and the ability to test and engineer vendor agnostic, future-proofed systems,

…all afford OSA with the ability to deliver turn-key solutions for every type of CCTV system.

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24-Port GbE RJ45 +2-Port GbE RJ45/SFP Layer 2 AW-GES-267A L2+ Managed Switch
H.265 8-CH Embedded PoE NVR
Outdoor VivoCam L2+ Managed PoE Switch
Outdoor VivoCam L2+ Managed PoE Switch VIV-900043300G
Outdoor VivoCam L2+ Managed PoE Switch VIV-900043400G


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