CCTV security systems are gaining wide popularity especially among households residing in urban cities. Having a CCTV on site, whether home or office, has become the traditional way of safeguarding your property.What's Included in CCTV Camera Installation Camera & DVR placement. CCTV Cameras: Cameras are available in High Definition (HD) and standard definition (SD) quality. An HD camera generally costs about 1100-1500 rupees whereas an SD camera costs somewhere between 600-1200 rupees. A Do e shaped camera is used indoors and a bullet camera is preferred to use outdoors. There are a variety of brands ranging from Hikvision to Sony and other budget brands from where the selection can be made. Digital Video Recorder: This is the central unit which is used to process and record the video from CCTV cameras. The digital video recorder should be preferably of the same brand or should be compatible with the cameras. For the DVR to be compatible it should support the technology being used in the CCTV camera (HD-CVI, AHD etc.) and should support the resolution. Cable: The wire used to connect CCTV cameras is a "3+1 copper wire" which is provided in 90mtrs Bundles. A 90mtr bundle’ is sufficient for a 4 camera installation. A bundle costs between INR 600 – 1100. The cost depends upon quality of wire i.e. full copper Vs. Copper coating Vs. Aluminium wire. Hard-Disk Drive: A Hard-Disk is used for Backup of recording and is attached to the DVR. The HDD for CCTV ranges from 500 GB to 2TB. A 1TB HDD can give 30 days of backup for a set of 4 cameras (1.3 MP) whereas a 500 GB HDD would give up to 15 days of backup for the same set. Special HDD is used for surveillance purposes as general HDD are not designed for 24x7 usages.