Published on 2 April, 2014
|JVC will exhibit its new VN-H557U PTZ camera, VR-D100 LoLux DVRs, and PKT-23 Pocket-Sized Portable Radio
There are few names in the history of the professional video and security industries that resonate with innovation, reliability and value more than JVC. This year at ISC West, JVC is showcasing a suite of innovative new camera and recording solutions that further reinforce their leadership position, as well as a renewed focus on the core security and select vertical markets.
“JVC imaging technologies are widely recognised in the broadcast, pro video and pro security markets for their superior performance, functionality and value,” said Ian Scott, Vice President, JVC Professional Products Company, Security Division. “These attributes are reflected in our latest imaging and recording solutions on display here at ISC West 2014 along with the uncompromised reliability JVC products deliver to ensure continuous operation over extended product lifecycles.”
Introductions being showcased in JVC’s 2014 ISC West exhibit include the new VN-H557U Megapixel Non-Endless PTZ Camera with JVC’s innovative Super LoLux HD™ technology for superior low light performance and true colour Day/Night operation; enhanced NVRs with embedded Milestone VMS with 4/8/12/16 TB capacities; the new VR-D100 Super LoLux DVRs purpose-engineered for today’s high resolution analogue cameras; and the new PKT-23 Pocket-Sized UHF FM Portable Radio with great range and long-battery life ideal for a wide range of professional security applications. Additionally, JVC is displaying its entire line of IP and analogue cameras and recording solutions.
“In addition to the superior colour reproduction and resolution JVC video surveillance products provide, our products are field proven to deliver an MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) of up to 90,000 hours,” said John Grabowski, National Sales & Marketing Manager, JVC Professional Products Company, Security Division. “No other manufacturer we know can substantiate this level of reliability – nor will most even approach the subject of MTBF publicly. This combination of performance and reliability is truly unique to JVC video surveillance products.”
In addition to new products introduced at the show, JVC will be launching several new strategic initiatives in 2014 aimed at new business development, as well as programs designed to further increase sales in key vertical markets, according to Mr. Grabowski.