Further extending its choice of robust, high quality video surveillance equipment, IDIS, South Korea’s largest surveillance manufacturer, has launched a comprehensive range of price competitive cameras and recorders for fast-fit and multi-site projects.

On show at IFSEC (stand C140), the new DirectIP and HD-TVI DirectCX cameras and recorders are packed with essential and easy-to-use features to meet the surveillance demands of small to medium-sized businesses and multi-site implementations such as retail outlets.

One-click network configuration

Integrators, system designers and customers visiting the IDIS stand will see the introduction of new 4- and 8-channel DirectIP and DirectCX recorders, with 4-channel compact models that can be conveniently desktop or wall mounted. This adds to the 1-Series range of recorders, building on the popularity of the DR-1204P 4-channel compact NVR, which was launched earlier this year.

DirectCX recorders (TR-1204C/TR-1208) work seamlessly with the IDIS range of HD-TVI cameras and support long transmission distances

DirectIP NVRs (DR-1304PC/DR-1308P) offer simple plug-and-play installation, built-in PoE switches and up to 70Mbps throughput with 240ips viewing and recording. The new DirectCX recorders (TR-1204C/TR-1208) work seamlessly with the IDIS range of HD-TVI cameras and support long transmission distances over coax cabling. Both IP and HD-TVI recorders feature one-click network configuration to support fast and simple multi-site rollouts.

Simple and rapid installations

New cameras include two competitively priced, plug-and-play, full-HD IP dome and bullet cameras; three new HD-TVI IR domes and two bullets; plus, a further two 5MP high-performance models.

We have been working closely with our customers as we extend our range to cover even more applications,” says James Min, Managing Director, IDIS Europe. “This choice of cameras and recorders for simple and rapid installations adds to our technology suite and will be appreciated by everyone who loves working with IDIS technology.” As with all IDIS products the new line-up is easy to install, intuitive to use and extremely hard wearing. Customers can also mix and match analogue and IP and seamlessly operate both through IDIS video management software, IDIS Center or IDIS Solution Suite.

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