GJD unveils new Network Bridge product

Issue 2 2021 IT infrastructure

GJD, a manufacturer and designer of smart electronic perimeter detection and high-performance LED illumination equipment, has announced the launch of its new Network Bridge product. The Network Bridge has been designed to easily connect GJD IP devices with third-party video management software and network compatible products, including Avigilon and other proprietary CCTV systems.

One of the key benefits of the GJD Bridge is that it easily integrates with Avigilon’s video management software, providing access to 50 inputs and outputs, which enables many useful events, such as the ability to receive alarms from GJD IP detectors or to control IP illuminators.

Ana Maria Sagra-Smith, GJD’s sales and marketing director, commented: “The GJD Network Bridge is housed in a heavy-duty compact housing, so it is very durable. We have already seen some installations as it is easy for users to integrate their GJD IP products with third-party networked surveillance systems, providing many solutions for end customers”.

The Bridge works by using an Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) connection between GJD IP-enabled products and third-party systems, making it easier than ever to share events in the form of inputs and outputs over the network. Not only is the Bridge easy and quick to set up, it provides a seamless IP integrated solution for the end customer.

Another major benefit is its user-friendly web browser interface, which is used to discover GJD IP products on the same network as the Network Bridge. Once discovered, GJD IP products can then be assigned to the 50 inputs and outputs to trigger or receive events within third-party systems.

Security installers can use the Bridge on their next project to easily integrate GJD security IP sensors and IP LED illuminators with supported networked systems, or simply use it to upgrade current projects to a seamless IP solution; this ultimately improves the overall experience and provides enhanced security for the end customer.

Key features

• The GJD Network Bridge is compatible with GJD IP devices including the D-TECT IP external detector range, Laser-Watch, IPAnything, CLARIUS external Infra-Red, White-Light and Hybrid IP LED illuminator ranges.

• Easily connects GJD’s IP detector, laser and LED illuminator ranges with third-party video surveillance systems.

• Supports up to 50 I/O.

• Includes an intuitive web browser interface to discover GJD IP products on the same network as the Network Bridge.

• PoE or PSU connected power input.

• Heavy-duty compact housing.

• Quick and easy for security installers to set up.

For more information contact GJD, +44GJD, a manufacturer and designer of smart electronic perimeter detection and high-performance LED illumination equipment, has announced the launch of its new Network Bridge product. The Network Bridge has been designed to easily connect GJD IP devices with third-party video management software and network compatible products, including Avigilon and other proprietary CCTV systems.

One of the key benefits of the GJD Bridge is that it easily integrates with Avigilon’s video management software, providing access to 50 inputs and outputs, which enables many useful events, such as the ability to receive alarms from GJD IP detectors or to control IP illuminators.

Ana Maria Sagra-Smith, GJD’s sales and marketing director, commented: “The GJD Network Bridge is housed in a heavy-duty compact housing, so it is very durable. We have already seen some installations as it is easy for users to integrate their GJD IP products with third-party networked surveillance systems, providing many solutions for end customers”.

The Bridge works by using an Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) connection between GJD IP-enabled products and third-party systems, making it easier than ever to share events in the form of inputs and outputs over the network. Not only is the Bridge easy and quick to set up, it provides a seamless IP integrated solution for the end customer.

Another major benefit is its user-friendly web browser interface, which is used to discover GJD IP products on the same network as the Network Bridge. Once discovered, GJD IP products can then be assigned to the 50 inputs and outputs to trigger or receive events within third-party systems.

Security installers can use the Bridge on their next project to easily integrate GJD security IP sensors and IP LED illuminators with supported networked systems, or simply use it to upgrade current projects to a seamless IP solution; this ultimately improves the overall experience and provides enhanced security for the end customer.

Key features

• The GJD Network Bridge is compatible with GJD IP devices including the D-TECT IP external detector range, Laser-Watch, IPAnything, CLARIUS external Infra-Red, White-Light and Hybrid IP LED illuminator ranges.

• Easily connects GJD’s IP detector, laser and LED illuminator ranges with third-party video surveillance systems.

• Supports up to 50 I/O.

• Includes an intuitive web browser interface to discover GJD IP products on the same network as the Network Bridge.

• PoE or PSU connected power input.

• Heavy-duty compact housing.

• Quick and easy for security installers to set up.




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