217 Pickering St. Portland, CT 06480
Opticom can help you design and build your data center no matter the size.
We Specialize in:
As well as all of your network needs.
Opticom prides itself on have all Corning certified technicians who specialize in:
Opticom works with you to find a cost effective cabling solution to handle all of your critical voice and data communications. We provide a broad range interior and exterior structured cabling systems, which include:
Opticom specializes in Nortel Networks BCM and Norstar, Avaya IP Office and Partner ACS, PBX Telecommunication and IP Office Solutions. We also service and maintain all other telecom systems.
Our manufacturers include:
Additionally, Opticom also offers Public Address (PA) Systems. PA Systems are a centralized systems comprised of loudspeakers, amplifiers, microphones and audio switching matrixes that are used to announce alarms and provide voice paging to multiple or single areas of a facility using loudspeakers. A facility no matter the size can be separated into zones which gives you the ability to communicate with specific areas at a time.
Although PA systems can be used in all facilities, it is extremely beneficial in larger facilities because they provide those within the facility with notifications, important announcements and alarms. Also depending on the environment loudspeakers that are installed can fire retardant or weather-proofed to ensure operational readiness and they can be omnidirectional to transmit or receive messages on either end of the speaker. These loudspeakers have the ability to be operated from one control desk to multiple control desks.
Security systems monitor your location with cameras 24x7x365. The cameras are installed within and around your business to provide your protection to your company. All cameras record images and some also record audio.
Basic or Fixed: Provide basic images and cannot be change direction or move.
Pan, Tilt, or Pan – Tilt – Zoom: Can be moved and adjusted. They can change direction or zoom in on a particular object as well as tilt or spin to monitor areas outside of a basic cameras range.
Analog: Most prevalent and are connected directly to a digital video recorder.
Wireless or IP: Provide images that are transmitted to a remote location. The system is wireless to ensure the camera feed is constant and invulnerable to wires being cut.
Night Vision: Use infrared technology to ensure footage can be gathered even when its dark.
Exterior: Weather-proofed to ensure they operate in rugged conditions.
Motion- Detection: Begin recording when they sense movement to prevent recording hours of useless images. Some can also lock on a moving object and follow it as it moves.