Security Products


download pdfTag Systems pioneered the development of wireless CCTV security systems which are at the heart of surveillance and was one of the first companies in Europe to use dual data channels on the mobile phone network for video transmission resulting in two UK government ‘Smart’ awards for innovation.

We have kept at the forefront of development of surveillance equipment and offer a range of wireless camera solutions from entirely standalone “3G” systems to networked installations using wireless LAN technology. The flexibility of being able to tailor a set of equipment specifically to our customer’s needs is a huge advantage.

Tag Systems provides CCTV to a diverse range of clients including shopping centres, quarries, construction sites and office complexes.

Long before installation, we undertake an extensive on-site survey and take the time to understand what you want the security systems to achieve, to ensure that when it is commissioned, it fulfills your requirements in every respect. We want you to get the most out of our CCTV security systems!

Where appropriate, all projects conform to the necessary British Standards and Codes of Practice and are supported by the Company’s own ISO 9001 accreditation. We like to make sure that the CCTV we provide is up to scratch!

TagCam TagWatch TagWitness Hybrid Towers TagSolar2


The flagship product of the Tag surveillance fleet.


  • TagCAM Disk
  • 4 Channel analogue DVR with GSM & TCP/IP Broadband connectivity

  • TagCAM Bosh PTZ
  • Bosch Envirodome PTZ camera

  • TagCAM Analogue VR Fixed Dome
  • Vandal Resistant Camera, uses a miniature camera module fitted with a 3.8mm-9.5mm varifocal lese
  • High-performance colour/monochrome camera for a professional surveillance and remote monitoring
  • Note: External IR lighting will be required for night time viewing

  • TagCam Analogue VR Fixed Dome with IR
  • Uses a miniature camera module fitted with a 3.8mm-9.5mm varifocal lense
  • High-performance colour/monochrome camera with additional IR LED illumination

  • TagCAM Analogue Fixed Camera
  • Fixed Analogue camera in standard housing


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  • TagCAM 3G Rapid
  • Fully portable, stand-alone CCTV recording system featuring 3G Broadband
  • Temporarary or permanent applications plug & go CCTV System
  • 12x optical zoom capability. Pan 360 , tilt 90, plus ‘Day/Night’ function
  • Night camera switches to B/W mode, requiring  a minimum illumination <0.01 lx
  • Integrated 64Gb solid state storage (approx 14 days storage)

  • TagCAM NDVR Milestone XProtect Professional software with camera licence
  • One Camera licence included; Additional camera licenses available
  • Supplied with a 19″ TFT monitor for local viewing, configuration and replay
  • NVR can be connected to internal CCTV IP Network or via 5GHz wireless connections, connecting both remote and local camera to the recorder
  • Broadband supply needed for off site monitoring and remote support
  • The NDVR will be fitted with a ##Gb hard disk, capable of recording ##cameras for an approximate period of ##days (before the images are overwritten)

  • TagCAM Digital PTZ
  • 12x optical zoom capability
  • Pan range 365, tilt range 90, plus ‘Day/Night function camera switches to B/W mode at night, requiring a minimum illumination of <0.01 lx

  • TagCAM Digital EXT Fixed Dome; Digital Fixed Dome
  • Uses a miniature camera module fitted with a 3.5mm-9mm varifocal lens
  • EXT DOME: Colour/B&W camera requires IR lighting for night viewing
  • INT DOME: Colour camera requires white lighting for night viewing

  • TagCAM IR PTZ Dome
  • Uniquely designed PTZ dome incorporating IR illumination which tracks camera position
  • 18x zoom capability; night time images up to 100m from the mounting position
  • Colour images by day and monochrome at night

  • IP Converter for Analogue Camera 6263
  • Combined power supply with Analogue to Internet Protocol (IP) signal conversion to enable the 6263 TagCAM IR PTZ to be used with IP based recording systems

  • TagCAM Digital Fixed
  • Uses a miniature camera module fitted with a 3.5mm-10.5mm varifocal lense
  • High-performance camera Fixed Network Camera
  • Note: External lighting will be required for night time viewing

  • TagWLAN AP (wifi link Access Point)
  • 19db gain 5GHz IEEE802.11a wireless access point for wireless LAN connectivity
  • Maximum range of approximately 5Km with clear line of straight to client devices
  • 54MB connection speed, provides backbone and point to point connections between IP devices

  • TagWLAN CPE (wifi link Client)
  • 16db gain 5GHz IEEE802.11a wireless client for wireless LAN connectivity
  • Maximum range of approximately 5Km with clear line of sight to TAG WLANAP
  • 54Mb connection speed, provides backbone and point to point connections between IP device

download pdfTagWatch

TagWatch is an integrated detection and camera system which is battery powered and totally wireless. This product is perfect for nighttime surveillance as well as throughout the day.

The camera includes infra red LEDs which will illuminate dark areas to allow the camera to function in any environment. Short video clips are sent to the remote monitoring centre enabling visual verification of alarm activity.

Find out more about our TagWatch Systems and how they recently led to a prompt response and subsequent arrest for one of our clients in our Farcam Limited Riverview House Case Study that is available for download here.

TagWATCH PRO Control Panel

  • TagWATCH PRO Control Panel
  • Video framing at 5 frames per second for 10 second video images
  • Battery powered (approx. 2 years life) for internal use only
  • (Maximum 19) camera RECOMMENDED x15 with coverage for up to four zones/areas
  • Required keypad or fob to arm/disarm
TagWATCH Camera

  • TagWATCH Camera
  • External use Tag and camera with built-in IR
  • IR Range: 12 meter LED night illumination
  • Tag motion detection range: 12 meters at 85° wide angle
TagWATCH Alpha Keypad

  • TagWATCH Alpha Keypad
  • On-site arm/disarm only, using pre-programmed 4-6 numeric code
  • Built-in sounder emits entry/exit beep alarms
  • Battery life approx. 4 years
TagWATCH Remote Control FOB

  • TagWATCH Remote Control FOB
  • Wireless battery operated optional alternative to keypad
  • Built-in exit delay beep

Why is CCTV important in combating crime?

If you consider the advantages of installing a CCTV security system, it’s very easy to see why. When they catch criminals red-handed, they can provide valuable evidence for prosecutors. After all, it’s hard to deny that you’ve done something if footage of you doing it exists!

On top of the prosecutions, we should also consider the crimes which security cameras prevent from happening in the first place through deterrence. Security cameras represent a deterrent for would-be thieves and vandals, whose actions might inflict enormous amounts of damage to a business, particularly one dealing in high-value goods. For this reason, businesses advertise their presence through signs bearing messages like ‘intruders will be prosecuted’. Such measures will help to discourage would-be intruders, who are looking to minimise their personal risk.

What different sorts of CCTV security systems are there?

CCTV has been adapted to suit a wide range of different circumstances. This means that, however your premises are laid out, there will be a solution to cater for them. For example, in dimly lit places, it might be advisable to install an infra-red camera, while in a brightly-lit place, this might not be necessary. By the same token, a camera which only needs to cover a fixed direction, like covering a vehicle access gateway, can be fixed to constantly point in that direction. On the other hand, in situations where a camera needs to observe a large area, then a camera whose direction can be pre-programmed or manually controlled would be better.

Technology has brought about several new sorts of camera giving CCTV layers dependant on distance, location, budget and objectives. Dome cameras have a considerable advantage – they can be pivoted to face a given direction, but it’s impossible for a potential wrongdoer to see what direction that might be. Wireless cameras are advantageous also in that they can be installed easily, cheaply and with minimal interference in the infrastructure of the building itself – making them especially useful in period or historic property. Moreover, wireless cameras are less vulnerable to sabotage by an enterprising criminal with a pair of pliers.

Then we must consider monitoring. Among the most effective solutions are those which offer a complete package – comprising not just the cameras themselves, but the expertise to man them twenty-four hours a day. This monitoring takes place remotely, at a central location, which allows for constant observation, and fast reaction in the event that an attack should take place. Camera operators can quickly dispatch a security team to a given location, or, where necessary, call the police. This means that any incidents can be dealt with swiftly, and that the theft or damage which results can be minimised. Whatever CCTV security systems you select need to be right for you and that means getting to know your business in a quick meeting from the start of our relationship.

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