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Electronic Security

Network Cameras (CCTV)

Network Cameras is also known as an IP Camera. Network camera technology is similar to computer technology in that both have unique IP address. Cameras connect to a network and can work wherever a network connection is accessible.  Network cameras can be wireless and still work through a network. Different types of IP Cameras available, like.. Indoor, Outdoor, Dome, Bullet, WiFi Cameras, Fish Eye Cameras, PTZ Cameras, Laser PTZ, Thermal Cameras, Panoramic 360 degrees PTZ, 

Network Video Recorders also known as NVR, these recording devices use the local network to send and receive data, and are ideal for remotely monitoring your surveillance system from your computer, smart phone, or tablet. Because IP cameras are the cutting edge of surveillance technology, including a NVR in your system allows you to include new cameras with more advanced features. While most IP cameras and NVRs are compatible, you should always check with your surveillance system integrator to ensure all your products will work together properly.

Network Video Recorder

Surveillance Storage Devices available from small Micro SD Card to large DAS, NAS or SAN which can Store video in multiple locations where it can be secured and accessed most efficiently. The Surveillance Storage System combines Video Surveillance Media Server internal storage with Direct Attached Storage (DAS), Network Attached Storage (NAS) and Storage Area Network (SAN) deployments. This benefits storing video and audio in loops, one-time archives, or event clips triggered by external systems, Cost-effective.

Surveillance Storage

PoE is known as Power over Ethernet (POE), a technology that lets network cables carry electrical power to PoE devices like VoIP phones, IP cameras - POE is now ubiquitous on networked surveillance cameras, where it enables fast deployment and easy re-positioning.
Wireless - Wifi and Bluetooth APs and RFID readers are commonly PoE-compatible, to allow remote location away from AC outlets, and relocation following site surveys.

Intrusion Alarm

Video Door Phones with Wireless Handset, Smartphone Operation, WiFi Connectivity, E-Mail Notification, Picture Recording, Electronic Door Lock Release support, Voice Changer, Night Vision, Intercom Call and SD Card Support.

PoE Switches

Intrusion Alarm Systems  are designed to detect the presence of intruders at your premises, trigger a local siren to deter activity and simultaneously, communicate the event to a security monitoring center so that an appropriate response can be coordinated. In today’s scenario these systems have become very much essential. An intrusion alarm system that meets all the above criteria can only be achieved by installing a combination of detection devices throughout the premises.

Video Door Phones

Fire Alarm

Fire Alarm Panels with a zoned system, fire alarm devices in a common area or floor of a facility are connected to the same alarm initiating circuit. Each zone requires its own circuit conductor. This arrangement allows alarm annunciation to be reported by areas of the building to identify which device is in alarm. Conventional panels are often used in small facilities where a few zones can provide sufficient alarm annunciation.

With the advent of microprocessors and digital electronics, addressable fire alarm control panels and devices have become more common than conventional systems for medium and large-sized facilities. They have become more cost effective in some small applications as well.

GPS Tracking

GPS Tracking Solution has many applications like, Vehicle Tracking, School Bus Tracking, 2 Wheeler Tracking, Consignment Tracking, Employee Tracking, Child Tracking, Supply & Distribution Tracking.

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