For adding a speaker, once you have logged in you can click on the speaker tab and then click on add new asset.
Here you will find the table to populate with the speaker details. These include the name you are giving the speaker, its location, manufacturer and model details. If you do not know all the details then you can put in TBC and add that information in later.
In the second table you are providing details of the connections the speaker has with other devices. You select an attributed device, such as a camera, and then indicate if it is connected to a switch and/or a switch port once you have them recorded in the CCTV Logbook. You can then select the review frequency – weekly, monthly or quarterly – before saving the speaker. It will then appear in the asset table.
The process of adding a speaker should take very little time and as you add your assets the CCTV Logbook Management lozenge will gradually become more orange showing you are underway with managing your CCTV system better.
That means having all the information on your system in one place and being able to assess the system yourself and assessing if you need to call out somebody to fix the problem. If you do, the problem will get sorted more easily and with less hassle if you can answer the questions that will be asked by the CCTV company that you employ.
Don’t forget CCTV Logbook also provides organisations with the tools to meet the data compliance standards. The extra CCTV System Compliance feature of CCTV logbook takes you through a series of steps to help you become compliant in respect of data protection and privacy in relation to CCTV.
Sign up for your free trial of CCTV Logbook now and you will be soon be seeing all and knowing all about your CCTV system.