At Ellsworth Systems, we’ve been in the business of consulting, designing, and implementing equipment and security for our customers for over 30 years.
We have industry leading experts to help walk you through the design process for projects of any caliber or size. We also offer the ability to monitor and maintain your new security solution through our service offerings. Let us know how we can be a partner to you on your next retail or commercial opportunity.
Alarm Systems equip your facility and buildings with the latest alarm and intrusion detection technology to provide protection against any damage to the property or loss of inventory. Alarm systems, motion detectors, and door contacts are an integral part of our total security solution to deter and prevent dangerous or unlawful activity on your property.
Access Control is a security technique that is used by companies to electronically regulate, monitor, and audit physical access to specific areas within a facility. Modern access control systems are a non-intrusive way to add security without disrupting daily operations. It also eliminates the security risk (like lost or duplicate keys) that come with traditional lock and key systems.
Cameras monitor and provide a digital recording of events. Access to the entire view of your business from anywhere at any time using your desktop computer or mobile device. We can assist with choosing the right surveillance system to meet your needs.
Virtual Keypad provides access to your company’s security through the DMP Virtual Keypad. Gain access control on door locks, thermostats, lights, and security all in one place. Choose your level of protection, set alerts you want to receive, manage system schedules, control multiple devices with one tap, and manage multiple systems seamlessly.
Digital video recorders (DVRs) and network video recorders (NVRs) come in various models and both record cameras and offer similar options, but record by different transmission methods. Digital video recorders (DVRs) are synonymous with recording analog or coax-based cameras. Newer HD-SDI or HD-CVI cameras also transmit via coax cable and also use DVRs to record. So in short, a DVR records cameras that are connected via a coax cable. A network video recorder (NVR) records IP cameras that are transmitted via a network cable. These cameras connect to an NVR either by way of a network switch or router and in some cases directly to the recorder itself.
Alarm Monitoring services include a full staff of monitoring professionals that operate 24/7 in Syracuse NY, with a full redundant center in California to ensure 100% service all the time. Operators identify people vs. false alarms using advanced video analytics and transactions and use data to determine if there is a valid threat. Furthermore, operators can notify dispatchers of the description of an intruder during dispatch so officers are better prepared and have better, more detailed information prior to arrival.
Product Service – We provide world-class service and installations tailored around the needs of each specific customer. Our customer service technicians carry a full inventory of parts and will resolve most service issues onsite at the time of the initial call.