The new 2011 CCTV/Access Technical Specification Guide from Genie CCTV Ltd, features a line-up of product launches for both CCTV and access control installers and system designers.
The specification guide introduces a new range of cameras featuring the Pixim Seawolf sensor, which boasts 690TVL of useable resolution and WDR, making it suitable for most lighting conditions.
Among the new product line up in the guide, there is also a new range of network IP PoE cameras with resolutions from D1 to 5 Megapixels, a Hybrid DVR, and 5Ghz 300Mbps wireless outdoor bridges.
Completing the line up of new products in the specification guide, there is the BIOCARD 8, an all-in-one individual patented dual chip biometric proximity device for positive identification, a range of standalone and networked biometric readers, electric strikes, and more.
To view the online interactive technical specification guide, visit www.geniecctvcatalogue.com or download a pdf copy from the Genie site.
Binit Shah, Genie’s marketing and new business development manager, said: "2011 will be an exciting year for Genie CCTV Ltd with important technology launches in all our key product areas of CCTV and access control.
“Buyers and Installers will find details in our 175 page interactive technical specification guide user friendly and very easy to follow."
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