HIKVision Digital Surveillance System

What is an IP Network Solution

IP video cameras broadcast their video as a digital stream over an IP network. Like an analog system, video is recorded on hard drives, but since the video is an IP stream straight from the camera, there is more flexibility as to how and where that video is recorded. The DVR is replaced with an NVR (network video recorder), which in some cases is just software since it doesn’t need to convert analog to digital. Video footage can then be stored on new or existing network RAID drives as directed by the NVR software.

Why Choose an IP System?


One of the biggest factors driving interest in IP video systems is the high resolution that they can offer. Analog cameras max out on resolution at about 3 mega pixels. High end IP cameras on the other hand, are currently available at resolutions above 5 mega pixels. This high resolution in turn gives users the ability to zoom in on video after the fact, and still have usable video.

Another benefit to IP video is that it is much more compatible with wireless. Wireless analog systems are available, but they either have to convert to IP anyway and broadcast over the 802.11 IP network (which adds cost for encoders), or they get crammed onto the over saturated regulated frequencies and often encounter interference.


Real-time monitoring and analytics of electricity usage. It helps you to minimise usage and save money by showing you where your home energy is going.

Resolution : Up to 5MP 
Colour Options :  White
Warranty Period : 1 Year
Interference from other cables : Possible
Integrate with other IP systems (alarms, gates, barriers etc) : No
Storage inside camera (in case recorder is stolen) : No
Future proof : No
Audio capability : No
Remote viewing facility : Yes
Night time infrared : Yes


What is an analog video security system?

Cameras on an modern analog CCTV system send their video in the traditional base band format over coax or UTP cabling back to a digital video recorder (DVR). Here, video is digitized and stored on hard drives. Most modern DVRs are a network device, and as such can be accessed remotely from the LAN, or with the proper configuration, from across a WAN or the internet. There are no tapes to change. Video is kept on hard drives, typically on a FIFO basis so there is always a rolling video archive of the past X days. So, despite the fact that video is being transmitted from the cameras in an analog format, live and recorded video is still available over the network.

Why Choose an Analog System?


IP video security systems are generally more expensive, and sometimes a LOT more expensive. But, because the systems are designed differently from the ground up, there are situations where the cost difference between analog and IP is minimal, and even scenarios where IP video is cheaper.


Resolution : up to 20MP 
Colour Options : White
Warranty Period : up to 3 Years
Interference from other cables : No
Integrate with other IP systems (alarms, gates, barriers etc) : Yes
Storage inside camera (in case recorder is stolen) : Yes, 32GB
Future proof : Yes
Audio capability : Yes
Remote viewing facility : Yes
Night time infrared : Yes (Extended IR)

BluGuard Alarm Solution

VEONIC Smart Home is the heart of connected home lifestyle that supports multiple wireless technologies and standards together into a single hub. It presents a novel solution that allows users to select wireless sensor devices of their choice.

Users can experience the full connected living experience with super intuitive App that are beautifully designed, seamlessly allowing users to monitor and control their connected home from anywhere, anytime and on any screen.

Best of all, VEONICSMART redefines smart living by giving you the power to personalise your digital home the way you like it … All within your budget!


Automates your lights, appliances and digital locks. Set activity defined scenes and let your home or office work for you !


Smart control of air conditioners, thermostats and fireplace to create an energy efficient environment. Save while you are away!


Real-time monitoring and analytics of electricity usage. It helps you to minimise usage and save money by showing you where your home energy is going.



Experience multi room music, stream movies and photos with full entertainment control from single app.


Detects intrusions, emergencies and alerts friends, family and Integrated Monitoring Centres (IMC)


Keeps an eye on your family, pets, home and valuables wherever you are. Have captured video sent to your phone when doors are opened and rooms are entered!

JVA Electric Fencing

JVA’s range of Electric Fence Energisers are designed by Australian Engineers based in Narangba, Queensland. Years of design and research have gone into making these as powerful, safe and reliable as possible. The functionality of our Energizers is expandable through the addition of TCP/IP, GSM and other monitoring solutions.

If customers ever need help with any of our products they can call and speak directly to the team of engineers that designed it. Now that is support!

At JVA Technologies, we provide the following Products and services to our clients:

Electric Fencing Products

Cloud Router™

Cloud Router™ is our IOT solution for Security Electric Fencing. With this
software you can control and monitor our Security Electric Fence Energisers as well as any
433MHz Device (ie. security sensors). Real-Time notifications via SMS, Facebook Messenger and
Email. Cloud Router™ is compatible with your smart phone and computer.

Exclusion Fencing

We provide the latest and greatest technology in one Solar Powered
Enclosure. This Enclosure houses an Energizer that can power up to 20km of fencing and also 2
ZM1 Monitors so that you can monitor the 20km of fencing. You can choose to monitor it on-site
with sirens and/or with our online IOT platform: Cloud Router™. Where you can control your
fence as well as monitor it for any faults.

IP Energizer

The IP Energizer is a Wi-Fi enabled electric fence energizer that can be
monitor and controlled from anywhere in the world through our FREE IOS and Android app.

Automated Gate System

Automatic gates are used to control access into a secured area. Most commonly, automatic gates are used at the entrance to the facility, and are used to control vehicular access on and off of the site. For example, a manufacturing plant may use an automatic gate at its main entrance. All vehicles entering and exiting the plant must do so through the automatic gate. Automatic gates are also used at interior areas within a facility. For example, automatic gates are commonly used within the inside of a parking garage to separate employee parking areas from public areas of the garage.


Swing Gate System

Swing gates are hinged on one side and swing open and closed like a door. Swing gates typically travel a 90 degree arc between their open and closed positions. Swing gates can consist of a single leaf or double leafs and can be in-swinging or out-swinging. Swing gates are most commonly used in residential applications because of their low cost and ease of installation. Because swing gates travel over a large arc, space must be available to allow vehicles approaching the gate to remain clear while the gate opens or closes. The swinging arc of the gate also requires additional safety considerations to prevent people or vehicles from being hit or trapped by the moving gate.

Sliding Gate System

The slide gate is mounted parallel to the inside of the fence and slides horizontally back and forth across the gate opening. The slide gate uses rollers on the bottom of the gate to support it. These rollers typically ride along a metal track that has been installed along the ground across the gate opening. Slide gates are sometime also called “rolling gates” or “V-track gates”. Because this type of gate uses rollers that must run along the ground, there can be problems with the rollers getting blocked by snow, ice, or debris. The rollers can also be a source of friction, making the gate operator have to work harder to open and close the gate. Due to these issues, some gate operator manufacturers discourage the use of slide gates.

Bi-Fold Gate System

Bi-folding gates consist of two gate panels that are hinged together. When activated, these gate panels fold back onto themselves to allow access. Most commonly, bi-folding gates are used in pairs, with one pair being used on each side of the gate opening. Some models require a track along either the top or bottom of the gate. Bi-folding gates require only a small footprint and are often a good choice when space is limited. Many bi-folding gates have relatively fast opening and closing speeds. Because of the many potential entrapment points possible with this type of gate, additional safety considerations are often required.