CTV terminology, what do the letters CCD stand for?
Which one of the following statements is true?
Which of the following tools would typically be used during an alarm installation?
Alarm panels use EOL resistors to __________?
On an alarm panel, the zone connections are labeled with the zone number and "C". What does the "C" signify?
A camera mounted too high might experience:
How many wires are normally required for connecting a passive sensor to the control panel?
A system has a 7Ah battery for backup power and has a non-alarm operational power draw of 500ma. Utilizing battery power only, the system in a non-alarm state will have sufficient power for how long?
To help focus a camera with an auto iris that is having difficulty under disparate light conditions, an installer may use a _________.
Which types of cable are used when installing video surveillance components?
Fake Cameras or domes meant to portray a more elaborate surveillance deployment are commonly called:
Industry terminology uses EOL to refer to:
What is the name of the device that allows four surveillance camera images to be viewed on a monitor at the same time?
Which of the below is the most ideal mounting location for PIR devices?
What do the letters CCTV stand for?
A camera mounted too low might experience:
In a camera system using Cat5e cabling how is power supplied to the camera?
The camera type used for back light compensation and especially difficult lighting applications is:
Which type of sensor is used for door installations?
Wire typically used for Door/Window contacts is?
Alarm contacts such as door/window contacts are composed of two pieces - the contact and the...
On the auxiliary power terminals of most alarm panels, what is the typical output voltage?
The following are all names of different types of cameras except ___________.
What is the term used to describe the amount of light required to obtain a reasonable image with a surveillance video camera?
CCTV cameras typically operate on which two voltages?