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    How to installing CCTV with hiding the CCTV cable??
    Any web site or guideline ?

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    There are many ways to hide a cable you may even use wireless technics. You have to give us more details about your project (the building etc)



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    Re: CCTV

    some guide for cabling just post here:
    http://www.edaboard.com/viewtopic.ph...ighlight=bisci

    and you may find som tips at
    http://www.boschsecurity.us/



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    Re: CCTV

    Hi Katerina,

    I would to installing CCTV at my house for person use. I don't want to band my wall & siemen back the wall by hire cable. Any idea to hide CCTV cable?



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    I don't understand a lot of what you are writing but there is no way to completely hide a cable if you donít want to mess the walls (unless if you have a furred ceiling or floor). A tip is to glue (by silicon or something) the cable and follow the path where the wall meets the ceiling or the floor, and then paint it on the same colour. There are also some plastic cable pathways that you might use but they donít look too nice in a house. If you donít want any of these consider a wireless CCTV solution.



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    Re: CCTV

    Quote Originally Posted by Katerina
    I don't understand a lot of what you are writing but there is no way to completely hide a cable if you donít want to mess the walls (unless if you have a furred ceiling or floor). A tip is to glue (by silicon or something) the cable and follow the path where the wall meets the ceiling or the floor, and then paint it on the same colour. There are also some plastic cable pathways that you might use but they donít look too nice in a house. If you donít want any of these consider a wireless CCTV solution.
    sorry for my english not good and still reply me....thanks alot



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    Re: CCTV

    You could always fit the camera next to the celing and go upwards into the next floor space?



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