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Security Camera

Security Camera Installation 
Commercial and Residential

Our state-of-the-art technology, coupled with our skilled technicians, provides you with the peace of mind you deserve. Our team listens to your specific needs and delivers a custom solution that's tailored just for you. We're committed to providing you with exceptional service and the highest quality security products. Contact us to schedule a free consultation and let us help you protect your home or business today!

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24/7 Alarm Monitoring

Our team of experts at Rogue Valley Security are committed to providing top-notch security services to help keep your property safe around the clock. Our advanced 24/7 alarm monitoring system is designed to immediately alert our central station in case of any suspicious activity. Whether it's a break-in, fire or other emergency, we are always on stand-by to take the necessary action to keep your property and loved ones safe.

Starlink Installation

We are proud to offer Starlink installation services, the next-generation satellite internet that brings high-speed connectivity to virtually any location. We understand the challenges of living in remote areas where traditional wired internet is not available or unreliable. Our team of experts is here to help you get set up with Starlink quickly and easily, so you can enjoy reliable and fast internet. Additionally, we have extensive experience in network installation and configuration, so you can trust us to deliver a seamless experience.

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Structured Cabling

Structured cabling is the design and installation of a cabling system that will support multiple hardware uses and be suitable for today's needs and those of the future. With a correctly installed system, current and future requirements can be met, and hardware that is added in the future will be supported.

Structured cabling design and installation is governed by a set of standards that specify wiring data centersoffices, and apartment buildings for data or voice communications using various kinds of cable, most commonly Category 5e (Cat 5e), Category 6 (Cat 6), and fiber-optic cabling and modular connectors. These standards define how to lay the cabling in various topologies in order to meet the needs of the customer, typically using a central patch panel (which is often mounted in a 19-inch rack), from where each modular connection can be used as needed. Each outlet is then patched into a network switch (normally also rack-mounted) for network use or into an IP or PBX (private branch exchange) telephone system patch panel.

Low Voltage

Low voltage is defined as 50 volts (V) or less. Common low voltages are 12V, 24V, and 48V. Low voltage is normally used for doorbells, garage door opener controls, heating and cooling thermostats, alarm system sensors and controls, outdoor ground lighting, household and automobile batteries.

Low voltage is supplied by batteries, or by a transformer that converts line voltage to a low voltage. Low voltage (when the source is operating properly) will not provide a shock from contact. However, a high current, low voltage short circuit (automobile battery) can cause an arc flash and possible burns.

Ohm’s Law and Low Voltage

Doorbells, garage door opener controls, heating and cooling thermostats, alarm system sensors and controls all use a very small amount of current. They are usually wired with telephone cable, which use very small wires. Low voltage lighting systems can carry a higher amount of current and will need larger diameter wires.

Low voltage lighting systems usually use LED bulbs because they are energy efficient and draw a small amount of current. They can also use halogen bulbs, but draw more current than LED bulbs.

Low Voltage and Electrical Codes

Low voltage lighting cables usually allow for direct burial of the cable without conduit (direct burial should be listed on the packaging). About the only electrical code restriction for a low voltage system is that the transformer be connected to a GFCI protected outlet or circuit, when installed in locations that require GFCI protection .

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Smart Home Automation

 A home automation system will monitor and/or control home attributes such as lighting, climate, entertainment systems, and appliances. It may also include home security such as access control and alarm systems.

The phrase smart home refers to home automation devices that have internet access. Home automation, a broader category, includes any device that can be monitored or controlled via wireless radio signals, not just those having internet access. When connected with the Internet, home sensors and activation devices are an important constituent of the Internet of Things ("IoT").

A home automation system typically connects controlled devices to a central smart home hub (sometimes called a "gateway"). The user interface for control of the system uses either wall-mounted terminals, tablet or desktop computers, a mobile phone application, or a Web interface that may also be accessible off-site through the Internet.

Network Automation

Network automation refers to the process of automating various tasks related to configuring, managing, testing, deploying, and operating both physical and virtual devices within a network. By automating everyday network functions and streamlining repetitive processes, network service availability improves significantly.

Here are some key points about network automation:

  1. Scope: Network automation encompasses a wide range of activities, including device configuration, monitoring, security management, and more.

  2. Benefits:

    • Efficiency: Automation reduces manual effort, allowing network administrators to focus on strategic tasks.

    • Error Reduction: Automated processes minimize configuration errors and inconsistencies.

    • Cost Savings: By reducing operational costs, businesses can allocate resources more effectively.

    • Scalability: As networks grow, automation ensures consistent management across devices.

  3. Use Cases:

    • Data Centers: Hardware- and software-based solutions automate data center operations.

    • Service Providers: Automation streamlines service provisioning and management.

    • Enterprises: Network automation helps improve efficiency and reduce human error.

  4. Lifecycle Phases:

In summary, network automation empowers organizations to keep pace with the digital world by efficiently managing their network infrastructure and services.

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Access Control Automation

In computer systems security, role-based access control (RBAC)or role-based security is an approach to restricting system access to authorized users, and to implementing mandatory access control (MAC) or discretionary access control (DAC).

Role-based access control is a policy-neutral access control mechanism defined around roles and privileges. The components of RBAC such as role-permissions, user-role and role-role relationships make it simple to perform user assignments. A study by NIST has demonstrated that RBAC addresses many needs of commercial and government organizations. RBAC can be used to facilitate administration of security in large organizations with hundreds of users and thousands of permissions. Although RBAC is different from MAC and DAC access control frameworks, it can enforce these policies without any complication.

Point of Sale System Set up Assistance

Don't struggle with setting up your point of sale system on your own. Let us help you smoothly navigate the process. From start to finish, we offer assistance with everything from connectivity issues to converting from one system to another. Our team is here to make sure you get everything you need from your Point of Sale system.

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Point to Point Internet Network Extenders

Point-to-point (PtP) wireless connections are used to connect two locations together using directional antennas with Line of Sight (LoS). These connections rely on a combination of small, powerful, highly directional aerials, routers, and cables to establish a direct link between the two points. Here are some key details about point-to-point connections:

  1. Purpose: A point-to-point wireless bridge serves the purpose of wirelessly connecting two separate networks or locations, creating a direct link between them.

  2. Range: These connections can span distances of up to 50 kilometers (31 miles) from the original point, making them suitable for extending network coverage across significant distances.

  3. Components: Point-to-point connections typically involve the following components:

    • Directional Antennas: These antennas focus the signal in a specific direction, ensuring a strong and stable connection between the two points.

    • Routers: Routers facilitate data transmission and reception between the connected locations.

    • Cables: High-quality cables (such as Ethernet or fiber) are used to carry data between the antennas and routers.

  4. Applications: Point-to-point connections are useful for scenarios where you need to extend a local wireless Internet network or WiFi hotspot to a remote building or location. They strengthen connectivity and provide reliable access to the network.

In summary, point-to-point connections offer an efficient and effective way to establish wireless links between distant points, enabling seamless communication and network extension.

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