ERS gets Video Domain distributorship

November 2004 News

Emergency Reaction Services has been appointed the sole distributor of Video Domain, the inventors of the palm size CCTV system MemoCam. Built into working infrared detectors or clocks, the cameras are easy to install and use. MemoCam takes up to 60 000 pictures which are stored on a memory card. The camera can be used to keep an eye on employees or to monitor a specific place or object, and can also serve as an addition to an alarm system. See who or what triggered the alarm. Do not get ripped off. Be informed on what is going on in your business or home. The product range also includes the NetEye family of products.

The MemoCam range features a range of advanced digital detection and evidence-capture solutions in simple compact plug-and-play designs. MemoCam units are available in a range of versions including standalone units, mobile units, networked models managed from anywhere anytime via the Internet, and desktop clock models. When triggered by dry contacts, VMD, PIR, remote control or internal scheduler MemoCam units record digital images on internal removable multimedia cards (MMC). Images are secured with embedded digital keys and are dated for integrity. For image analysis, the MMC is simply removed from the MemoCam unit to immediate viewing on a PC or Pocket PC. The MemoCam also features communications capabilities via an RS485 port. MemoCam units are fully programmable through their own user-friendly software interface using a standard MMC Reader.

The D-Cam family of products offers affordable solutions for integrated camera, PIR and audio sensors. D-Cam units feature identical PIR and camera fields of view with built in microphones, and are ideal solutions for alarm verification surveillance and evidence-capture. The units include ASIC based electronics with movement speed spectrum analysis, as well as a wide range of operating voltages with internal voltage regulation for picture stability. The D-Cam family of solutions provides effective alarm verification with AGC audio and video surveillance of protected sites. D-cams are ideal add-on cameras for MemoCam Plus units.

The NETiP transmitters provide advanced, realtime digital colour video and audio transmission over LAN/WAN networks. NETiP models feature internal high-speed high-quality pre- and post-alarm image capture, selectable recording and transmission image/video size, PTZ support, full duplex audio, programmable alarm inputs and control outputs. NETiP units can be monitored and controlled from your PC through the Observer remote management software. With Observer, you can use your PC to monitor multiple remote sites simultaneously. NETiP units can also be used for central monitoring stations with proprietary management systems.

NetEye transmitter provides advanced, realtime digital colour video and audio transmission over regular analog telephone lines using PSTN, ISDN or GSM regular modems. They transmit video images automatically on alarm activation or on demand with a standard modem.

Video Shield is an array of products that interface with PC systems to provide on-site digital CCTV monitoring and recording to the PC's hard disk drive on either a continuous or trigger basis. Remote Observer software is also included. The family provides remote connectivity/alarm functionality via a variety of media including PSTN/ISDN/TCP/IP.

For more information contact Emergency Reaction Services, [email protected]


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