Pelco to show new products at ASIS 2006

August 18, 2006 -- The video security equipment manufacturer announced that it will display a range of new products at next month's ASIS 2006 seminar and exhibition.

Video security equipment manufacturer Pelco has announced several additions to its product line, and will display these products at its booth # 1810 at next month's ASIS 2006 seminar and exhibition.

The new products to be displayed include:

-- The Spectra IV Integrated Camera Dome System, a video security system with advanced optics including a 35X optical zoom lens, 540 TV lines of resolution, and the ability to capture images as low as .007 lux. With electronic image stabilization, an enhanced wide dynamic range, and an integrated scheduler, the company says the upgraded system has been specifically engineered to help organizations ensure the safety of people, property, and assets.

-- The DVR5100 digital video recorder, which the company says combines powerful search and export features with easy operation and video performance comparable to extremely high-end systems, in terms of picture quality, frame rate, and retention time.

-- The Spectra Mini video security system, which the company says offers many of the most desired features of its Spectra III systems in a smaller, lighter, less-expensive package. The Mini system's 4.1-inch dome houses a high-resolution color integrated optics package featuring 10X optical zoom and an 8X digital zoom capabilities. The system also employs the company's "proportional pan and tilt technology" for precise camera control at full zoom. Standard on-board UTP circuitry and 24V power allow for easy installation. Also, the system is visually similar to the company's ICS090 camclosure series, allowing users to deploy both systems with seamless aesthetics.

-- The DX8100 digital video recorder, an expansion of the company's DX8000 unit designed to serve the small-matrix replacement market. The company says the expanded unit offers an array of features including server-to-server connectivity and improved capacity and frame rate. Software enhancements include an expansion of search capabilities.

-- The company's Ultra High Resolution cameras, including the CC3770UH, CC3710UH, CC3610UH, and CCC1380UH series cameras. The series features over a dozen cameras with 540 TV lines of resolution, designed to provide exceptional picture quality over a wide range of environmental conditions.

-- The DVR5300 digital video recorder, a unit capable of recording both analog and digital video and audio, designed to combine the benefits of a digital video recorder and a network video recorder. Based on the company's Endura network-based video system, the DVR5300 is suitable for use in IP-based video security installations, or as a digital extension of existing analog video matrices.
-- The PelcoUTP series unshielded twisted pair (UTP) transmission system, which incorporates both active and passive technologies. The active receivers incorporate the company's Adaptive Technology, modifying video signals to compensate for long run lengths up to 4,000 feet in full motion color/black and white, while eliminating the need for manual adjustments. The passive receivers eliminate the need for external power while providing video signals up to 750 feet with full pan/tilt/zoom control.

-- The PelcoFiber products, which the company says offer an exceptional optical budget up to 28 db and can easily transmit up to 46 km over singlemode fiber, with no loss of image clarity or quality. The company says the products now meet and exceed NEMA TS-1/TS-2 and Caltrans specifications for traffic signal control equipment.

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