The Security Buying Group adds the Redvision X-SERIES rugged PTZ domes to its portfolio

Screen Shot 2014-01-15 at 12.57.06Security Buying Group is pleased to announce its new supply agreement with Redvision, manufacturer of the X-SERIES™ PTZ dome cameras. Project-based Security Buying Group is the UK distributor of Aimetis video management and analytics software and the UK agent for Grundig.

“Redvision designs, makes and supports its products in the UK,” explained Paul Scott, technical manager at the Security Buying Group. “The X-SERIES™ PTZ dome cameras offer outstanding performance. Their ultra-efficient IR and white light, night-time technology solutions suit applications from town centres, education, leisure, construction and public sector to specialist marine and tough industrial sites – all of which we are involved in.”

The X-SERIES™ cameras are modular and rugged with a range of zoom and night-time lighting options. They meet privacy legislation, operate in a wide range of challenging lighting conditions and come in a large range of finishes to meet environmental and architectural demands – including a marine finish option for corrosive, coastal sites. The X-SERIES™ cameras use energy saving, state-of-the-art lighting technology to meet the low energy, green requirements of Local Authority applications where total cost of ownership is critical.

“We select partners that offer unique, high quality products and services which compliment our system design and project work. Redvision is based in the UK and provides us with manufacturer level support. We have direct access to Redvision engineers when designing systems for large, high camera count applications, driven by the Aimetis video management and analytics software. The X-SERIES™ cameras are a visually attractive, high-quality, toughened PTZ dome solution and we are pleased to add them to our portfolio.”

For more information on Security Buying Group Ltd contact 0161 480 5922 or visit www.securitybuyinggroup.co.uk.

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