Primary Image announces new range of digital recording products .

August '99 IT infrastructure

Primary Image has added a new dimension to digital storage in its 2nd Eyes Plus family of recorders. The V200, V600, Diamond and Access Station systems all answer specific problems frequently found in the security industry.

The V200 Series recorder is for installations of one to 128 cameras requiring maximum quality images, fast image capture and simultaneous feature operation. The flagship V600 Series is designed for large installations of up to 4000 cameras, providing a full complement of digital features including over six weeks of full speed recording, if required.

Diamond, widely used in the most secure prisons, is a specialised recording system that uses innovative technology for rapid PID alarm assessment, and a unique alarm stacking system. Designed for high security applications, Diamond can be fully integrated with most alarm management systems.

Access Station is a remote viewing unit for use with either local or wide area (including telephone) networks.

Managing Director, Geoff Thiel said: "These new additions to the 2nd Eyes Plus family signify an exciting time for the security market. As interest in digital technology continues to grow, being able to offer the customer a choice solutions, ensures that security need not be compromised by the selection of ill-fitting products."

For details contact Jo Mclean on tel: (0944) 181 339 9669 or e-mail:

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