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Santa Fe Springs, Calif. – Home video surveillance resource Swann Security introduced Tuesday its SwannSecure All-in-One Wi-Fi video-monitoring system.
The system, which ships in April at a $379 suggested retail, is said to provide high-quality 720p video in both day and night conditions, with a recording distance of up to 50 feet. They system uses Swann’s IR cut filter technology and includes a built-in mic, allowing users to monitor both images and sound remotely from their smartphones or tablets.
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Santa Fe Springs, Calif. –– Swann Security will introduce this afternoon two new app-driven DIY network security cameras.
The SwannEye HD Plug & Play and Pan & Tilt cameras record and save 720p HD video and 1,280 by 720 HD images. Both cameras feature memory card slots (MicroSD for the Plug & Play and SD for the Pan & Tilt) so recordings can easily be transferred to computers or other devices.
Santa Fe Springs, Calif. – DIY security supplier Swann will introduce later today its Doorphone 870, a color video camera/doorbell system.
The 870 has a 3.5-inch LCD screen that provides a 60-degree viewing angle for monitoring the entrance to a home with color video and two-way audio communication when the doorbell button is pushed.
The camera features night and low light viewing up to 13 feet. It mounts easily to a door, the company said, and runs off a rechargeable lithium polymer battery.
Santa Fe Springs, Calif. – Swann launched its TrueBlue 4000 series of D1 DVRs for DIY home-security installers.
The DVRs are offered in four- and eight-channel configurations (models DRV4-4000 and DVR8-4000, respectively) and are meant to be used with the company’s 600TVL indoor/outdoor cameras. Both DVRs feature full-screen resolution using either an HDMI or VGA connection. They can display in the following resolutions: 1,024 by 768, 1,280 by 1,024, 1,280 by 720, and 1,920 by 1080.