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Can I control who can enter and when?

Yes. NoahFace Access allows you to configure access rules to control who has access, and on what days and during what hours they have access.

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How reliable is the facial recognition process?

With appropriate setup, NoahFace Access can correctly identify individuals over 99% of the time. And if someone is not recognised automatically, they can manually identify themselves. You can choose whether this requires a passcode (sent to their phone), your own unique identifier (eg: an employee number, member number, etc), or both.

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What happens to my alarm monitoring service if there’s a power cut?

Thanks to advances in technology, our alarm monitoring systems won’t fail if there’s a power cut. Unlike phone lines, 4G wireless monitoring systems continue to transmit when there’s a power outage. In the past, opportunistic thieves would use power cuts as an opportunity to gain unlawful access to a building. The use of 4G overcomes […]

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How much does security monitoring cost?

We offer a range of security monitoring plans and secure 4G signalling networks4G signalling networks to choose from including Direct WirelessDirect Wireless, PermaconnPermaconn & Inner Range Multipath. Our plans benefit from competitive pricing, and could save your company hundreds of dollars by avoiding a major security event. Call us on 1300 556 334 or email […]

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How much does Alarm Monitoring cost?

The cost of your monitored alarm system will depend on the package you choose. For example, as of 2022, some of our package price ranges are: DirectWireless: $40 per month to $90 per month with varying connection fees. Multipath IP: $50 per month to $95 per month with varying connection fees. Permaconn: $40 per month […]

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What is 4K resolution?

4K resolution is 8 megapixels or 3840 pixels horizontally x 2160 pixels vertically per frame of video.

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What is 1080p resolution?

1080p resolution is 2 megapixels or 1920 pixels horizontally x 1080 pixels vertically per frame of video.

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What is 720p resolution?

720p resolution is 1 megapixel or 1280 pixels horizontally x 720 pixels horizontally per frame of video. Looking for a 720 IP camera or something with a higher resolution? Visit our Network Cameras section.

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What is VGA resolution?

VGA resolution is .3MP or 640 pixels horizontally x 480 pixels vertically per frame of video.

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