HiTek distributes INIM in South Africa

June 2015 News, Perimeter Security, Alarms & Intruder Detection

HiTek Security Distributors has announced it is distributing INIM Electronics in South Africa. The announcement was made at Securex, as Hitek offers this home-automation and intrusion brand.

INIM Electronics is an Italian company that specialises in intrusion control products and represents the platform on which a secure home-automation system can be built. Installers are guided through the installation process via programming which is fast and clear-cut, while the end-user will be led through operations by graphic indications and voice prompts. The entire system, from inception to finish, is easy to understand and allows for easy access to the most frequent operations.

When it comes to Intrusion systems, INIM Electronics has thought of everything. Its Italian style comes through in their products – the outdoor siren with its beautiful design, the elegant indoor wireless PIRs, extenders for the panels, guaranteed zone count with no loss of any zones, LCD keypads and more.

Visit your local HiTek Security distributor branch today, and see how the Italians handle intrusion.

For more information contact HiTek Security Distributors, +27 (0)21 946 3344, sales@hiteksecurity.net, www.hiteksecurity.net


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