CCTV camera lighting News

Derwent Systems nominated in two categories at this year's IFSEC Security Awards

Following on from the success at the North East Business Awards where its AEGIS Intelligent-IR illuminator won both the Product Innovation and Technology categories, Derwent is celebrating again with the news that AEGIS has made it to the last six in the prestigious CCTV Product of the Year Award category at IFSEC 2008. Derwent also joins select nominees in the Access Control Product of the Year Award with REG-SENTRY™, the company's first automated vehicle access control system b...

Derwent to illuminate IFSEC

Security lighting specialists Derwent will showcase groundbreaking illumination technology at this year's IFSEC exhibition.  Combining innovations in infrared technology and product design, Derwent's AEGIS illuminators answer long standing performance related issues identified by the security industry.AEGIS is the only LED infrared illuminator specifically designed to compensate for LED degradation over time.  The optical output of typical LED illuminator will degrade by up to 10% with...

Forward Vision's latest Metal Mickey makes its first public appearance at IFSEC 2008

Forward Vision, a member of the Bosch Group, has announced that the latest addition to the MIC1, or "Metal Mickey", series of fully functional PTZ cameras - the MIC1-500 - will be making its first public appearance at IFSEC 2008.Featuring an all new design with integrated sunshield, the MIC1-500 incorporated a twist-lock canting function allowing the camera can be canted at 45º while on-site, On-Screen Display (OSD) menus for remote camera set-up and a choice of 540TVL 18x or 36x...

Fibre Optech to exhibit at IFSEC 2008

Fibre Optech, the distributor of physical security and cabling solutions for the security and communication markets, will be once again attending the IFSEC exhibition which is being held at the NEC in Birmingham from 12 to 15 May.  The IFSEC show is in its 35th year and covers every aspect of security.  The event is one not to be missed, as it plays host to over 10 key industry technologies including CCTV, physical security and security solutions.Fibre Optech will be showcasing th...

Win an extreme machine at IFSEC 2008

A visit to the Extreme, Derwent and Forward Vision stand (#16045) at this year's IFSEC exhibition could leave you with more than just the lo-down on the very latest products in the IP, illumination and PTZ technology arenas.They will be offering a brand-new Suzuki RMZ250K8 Trials Bike to one lucky visitor who enters their free prize draw at their stand.  Designed to tackle any environment, the RMZ250K8 is robust and designed to offer maximum performance in challenging conditions - the perfe...

Axis introduces new generation of network video products at IFSEC 2008

Axis Communications, the global leader in the network video market, will be introducing a range of new generation network video products at IFSEC 2008 (Hall 20, stand 15045) with the first chance in Europe to see two new network cameras and two new video encoders which support the latest H.264 compression technology.  Axis will be demonstrating its new generation of network video products on its stand at IFSEC 2008, with a range of products, which support H.264 compression technology. ...

Derwent's AEGIS Illuminator is a Winner

Derwent Systems Ltd is delighted to have been awarded two prestigious accolades in the North East Business Awards.  The company who designs, develops and manufactures innovative security lighting solutions was named winner in both the Technology and Product Innovation categories for their AEGIS infrared illuminator.   Derwent developed AEGIS (meaning protected by) in direct response to customer feedback, a fact that impressed the judging panel.  Combining innovations in...

Fibre Optech unveils a brand new look

Fibre Optech, the distributor of physical security and cabling solutions for the security and communication markets, has undertaken a major re-branding exercise, to bring the look and feel of the company in-line with its growth and position within the CCTV and fibre optics market.  This activity has seen the company introduce a new logo and produce an entire range of new company literature and stationery, as well as a new company website.Fibre Optech, based in St Neots, Cambridgeshire, spec...

CBC stage first CCTV test night

CBC is staging the first of a series of hands-on CCTV test nights for security installers, system planners and CCTV users.  The first session will take place in Country Antrim on March 11th and the second will be staged in Dublin on March 12th. The test nights will include demonstrations of different quality images captured using different combinations of equipment - cameras, lenses and illuminators - in night time conditions.  The equipment tested will include the latest Ganz cam...

Axis and Raytec demonstrate the importance of effective surveillance lighting

Axis Communications, the global leader in network video, teamed up with leading surveillance lighting manufacturer Raytec to stage a test night at Axis' Hertfordshire headquarters to demonstrate the effectiveness of using network video with infrared or white light LED lighting.Twenty Axis partners attended the Axis/Raytec test night at Axis' UK headquarters close to Hitchin in Hertfordshire on 4th February 2008.  The attendees watched a series of presentations from Axis and Raytec which exp...

Raytec announces UK roadshow dates

Raytec Ltd is taking part in a series of free educational seminars.  These roadshows will demonstrate how to bring together high quality components and services to optimise the performance of your distributed CCTV system.  Raytec will be highlighting the importance of dedicated CCTV lighting and will provide all visitors with a free CCTV lighting support pack.  Other exhibitors include Dallmeier UK, Optex and Visual Verification.The shows will be held in t...

Ganz spotlight on CCTV lighting in new pocket guide

Leading CCTV systems supplier Ganz is warning that lighting is a critical, but often overlooked and misunderstood element of CCTV cameras' performance.  With increasingly important ‘green' issues and new legislation to consider, as well as valuable cost savings available from the latest lighting technology, the company has published a topical and useful 50-page Ganz Lighting Guide to help installers, end users, specifiers and consultants alike.The handy pocketsize guide provides a wea...

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