Redvision website launch at RedvisionCCTV.co.uk.

redvisionRedvision, the UK manufacturer of the innovative X-SERIES™ PTZ and dome cameras, is pleased to announce the launch of its brand new website at the same URL, RedvisionCCTV.co.uk.

Redvision has experienced rapid expansion in the last 2 years. The new website reflects Redvision’s leading position in the security market and provides customers and end users with comprehensive information about the company, its products, the technologies used and their energy saving and green credentials.

“Our IR and Dual-Light, X-SERIES™ models are proving popular across all market sectors, due to their outstanding performance and functionality,” explained Paul Hucker, managing director at Redvision. “The new website explains some of our advanced white-light and IR illumination technologies. We have used videos of real-life, recorded footage to clearly demonstrate our products in action and highlights their effectiveness in difficult lighting conditions and at night.

RVX Black“We have worked closely with architects to ensure the X-SERIES™ cameras meet site-specific, visual requirements. This has undoubtedly been a major contributor to our success with local authorities and architects. We offer standard finishes in grey or black and a bespoke paint finishing service in any RAL colour, to suit any application. All this is shown on the site. Marine-rated, corrosion-resistant options for rigs and sea ports are also available and the full range of mounting options, including pedestal, swan, wall and pendant, are clearly displayed.”

Other resources for customers include the latest news, product data sheets, brochures, manuals, installation guides and images. Case studies clearly show how Redvision products are successfully used in education, heritage, leisure, public sector, marine, industrial and construction markets.

Social network options include Facebook and Twitter and all contact details for suppliers are listed.

Contact Redvision on 01420 448 448 or visit redvisioncctv.com for more information.

The videos also demonstrate the distances required to a person, for clear identification and recognition purposes.

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