MJS telecom offers you a service of installation of surveillance system in the great region of Montreal, Laval, Lanaudiere, Laurentians and surroundings. Opt for the best technology in security and IP surveillance systems. Our IP surveillance systems are state-of-the-art and offer exceptional image quality and clarity. Our experience of more than 15 years in this field as well as our expertise in networking have allowed us to develop installation techniques that differentiate us from other companies. We have the required permits for the installation of your surveillance systems, such as the BSP and RBQ licenses.

Service offered by MJS Telecom

Installation of analog and IP surveillance system
Installation of indoor and outdoor surveillance cameras
Online viewing (smartphone, tablet and computer)
Remote monitoring service

Type of camera installed

Digital and IP camera
IP camera, HDTVI, HDCVI and analog
Wireless camera with/without long range WiFi
2MP, 4MP, 8MP and 12MP camera
PTZ Camera, Varifocal
Face recognition and registration

Installation type

Face recognition and registration

Place of installation

Industrial (warehouse)
Small or big box store
Educational establishment
office tower
Government buildings
server room
Construction site

The first step is the choice of the surveillance cameras, that is, those that will be the most adequate according to your needs and your budget. It is easy to get lost in the selection of materials. There are a multitude of surveillance cameras. Several aspects are to be preferred and the price varies according to several factors such as the type of camera, the resolution of the image in megapixel (image quality), the night vision (distance and Colorvu), the optical zoom (vari-focal), the PTZ (pan tilt zoom), the size of the lens, the detection of car plates and faces and several other characteristics. CAT5e or CAT6 network cabling should also be determined when selecting hardware.

The second is the choice of equipment for the connection of the cameras. There is a wide range of recorder commonly called NVR or Network Video Recorder. NVRs are used for connecting cameras and for archiving video and audio recordings. They are sometimes limited by the number of cameras that can be connected, from 4 to 256 ports. Some NVR models have their own internal network that includes power (POE) from the system’s built-in Ethernet network ports. The POE power supply allows to provide electricity to the cameras necessary for its operation. The network cables that interconnect the cameras to the system must however respect a maximum distance to power the cameras. Some NVRs do not have an Ethernet port and must be integrated into a computer network and connected to network switches separately.

In the 3rdstep, the selection of the location of the cameras for the installation. The goal is to get the best coverage possible, so it is imperative to have chosen the right cameras and the right media models beforehand. The angles, height, width of the area to be covered and distance are crucial points to determine when selecting the location. Having the right tools in hand is just as important for a quick and efficient installation.

The last step, the configuration of the NVR and network settings. There are a multitude of features that can be configured in an NVR. The most common ones are user management, motion detection zones, recording schedules, email and phone alerts, online viewing and much more.

It is possible to set up multiple user accounts on the NVR to allow certain people to access the system by limiting them to a few features such as viewing images and other users to viewing and configuring the system.

Motion detection zones are often used to restrict certain areas such as busy roads and prevent the NVR from storing sequence recordings from unwanted areas.

As for the schedule , it is possible to set specific times and dates for check-in.

Email or text alerts are a must. You can receive these alerts at any time when motion is detected.

Online viewing allows you to view the camera system live from a mobile device or computer through free online applications.

What are the types of cameras?

Caméra dôme,camera-dome

The dome camera

It has a dome that protects the lens from bad weather or breakage. It can be installed indoors and outdoors, on ceilings and walls, with or without the specially designed supports. It is much more discreet and some models have a smoked dome to block the direction towards which it is directed. These angles are sometimes limited.

Caméra turret

The turret camera

Eyeball is another name. It does not have a dome so you can see the direction to which it is directed. It is less protected compared to the dome camera. It can be installed indoors or outdoors, vertically or horizontally. It is not limited in terms of viewing angles and positioning.

Caméra dôme,camera-dome

The fixed cylindrical camera

The bullet camera, offers a longer range, a wider and optimal vision and they are installed outside mainly. Its appearance is cylindrical and elongated, hence the name bullet. Their visibility is a good deterrent for those who want to commit crimes. A sunshade protects it from the weather and the glare of the light. They are often linked with video analysis solutions (facial recognition, license plates, etc.) and intrusion detection.

Caméra dôme,camera-dome

The panoramic camera

Commonly called the Fisheye camera for its 360 degree view. They can be installed vertically or horizontally. The lens is protected by a small dome. It is mainly installed indoors and is ideal for covering a whole room. It can fill the role of 4 cameras and these images can be divided when displayed.

Caméra PTZ,camera-dome

The PTZ camera

It is motorized, which means that it can move in all directions. It can be controlled remotely and follow a series of predefined movements. They have a better resolution and an optical zoom. The optical zoom is the magnification of the image in real time without loss of quality. One of the very interesting features with these cameras is the auto-tracking, which is used during predefined movements. When a movement is detected, the camera follows the movement of this object during a defined sequence and can return to its initial position.