Your safety in sight

September 2017 Products, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Residential Estate (Industry)

The Active Eye wireless IP camera system does not require a professional to install it, or a large capital spend to acquire it. Depending on your specific requirements, a Wi-Fi IP camera set includes a minimum of four and a maximum of eight high-definition wireless cameras and a wireless NVR. The advanced wireless design of the system and pre-configured cameras make this a true plug-and-play system.

In the case of a home or office, the cameras can be placed up to 300 metres from the NVR. Since every camera acts as a repeater, you can place a camera up to one kilometre from the NVR, thereby catering for a vast range of property sizes.

The system is controlled via a free smartphone application. The simple, user-friendly application transforms your smartphone into a monitoring centre.

Alarms and parameters can be set on the NVR in such a way that a signal or notification is sent to your smartphone in the event of breach of a parameter. You will be able to visit the footage at the time of the alarm to determine what triggered the breach, and take the appropriate action if necessary.

You can also rewind, pause and fast-forward footage, and download it the form of video clips or screen-shots. By being alerted to a potential security breach in real-time, you are equipping yourself to respond swiftly to threats against property and life.

The wireless IP camera system is available on various rental and purchase options.

For more information, contact Active Eye, +27 (0)11 058 1049,

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