08/09/2007 - North American Video of Brick, New Jersey, has introduced a line of navNT Analog to IP Converters. Designed for use in existing video surveillance systems, they turn conventional analog video signals over standard coaxial cable into fully transparent duplex 100 BaseT Ethernet signals.
08/09/2007 - The SVD-4300N from Samsung 360 ° of Melville, New York, features 500 TV lines in color and 570 TV lines in black-and-white. The vandal-resistant dome camera offers 10X optical zoom and 10X digital zoom for a combined 100X total zoom.
08/09/2007 - Sanyo Security Systems, of Chatsworth, California, has introduced the DSR-2004Hxxx, a digital video recorder that incorporates features such as multiclient accessibility for multiple users and access capabilities with triplex function for simultaneous recording, playback, and monitoring.
08/09/2007 - New Pan Focus cameras from Sanyo Security Systems, of Chatsworth, California, offer superior imaging technology on an analog platform with the ability to easily convert the cameras for networked operation.
08/09/2007 - Two color dome cameras have been introduced by Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky. The high-resolution HD3VC4SHR and the standard-resolution HD3VC4SA use the latest in color digital signal processing technology for crisp images.
08/09/2007 - Honeywell Power Products of Northford, Connecticut, offers new video rack-mount power applications designed specifically to power video cameras, heaters, blowers, and other video accessories.
08/09/2007 - Tyco Fire & Security of Boca Raton, Florida, has introduced American Dynamics SpeedDome Ultra 8 programmable dome cameras, which provide 420X total zoom and 540 TV lines of resolution for crisp details in high-quality images.
08/09/2007 - ELMO USA Corporation of Plainview, New York, has added power over Ethernet support to its ELMO TD4114IP II Day/Night network dome to eliminate the need for an external power source and reduce infrastructure requirements to a single cable.
08/09/2007 - The ELMO SN2230IPII Day/Night network camera is designed for simple installation. The self-contained IP66-rated unit from ELMO USA Corporation of Plainview, New York, includes power over Ethernet support via the camera’s existing CAT5 network connection.