FLIR Enterprise-Grade Security Products (Formerly DvTel)

Posted by Serge Williams on

LeGarsdecamera.com  is excited to announce the expansion of its offering from FLIR Systems with a new suite of enterprise grade cameras and video recording solutions from FLIR which were formerly branded DvTel.

Adding to its high definition analog, IP visible and thermal security products, we will now offer a comprehensive set of video management systems, feature rich network video recorders and advanced range of IP cameras from FLIR (formerly DvTel), addressing the increasing market demand for higher performance, cutting edge solutions.

FLIR is well known as the industry leader in thermal technology, and it continues to innovate with thermal cameras featuring built-in analytics, temperature measurement, and multi-sensor pan/tilt configurations. Through ADI, FLIR will now offer the extremely popular FLIR Quasar and Ariel high definition IP cameras which use the latest imaging technologies to deliver broadcast quality video in challenging lighting conditions with predictable storage. FLIR's enterprise grade camera offering includes a variety of models supporting 1080p, Quad HD (4 MP) and 4K resolutions, and produce multiple, full frame-rate, low bandwidth streams.

In addition to an extensive selection of cameras, FLIR will now offer a network based Video Management System, called Latitude. Latitude VMS is an enterprise-grade IP surveillance system with forensic-quality imaging and user-friendly operations consisting of dedicated, web-based and mobile client software. Using the latest technology, Latitude is a powerful and versatile network video management system for organizations of all sizes.

For smaller applications, FLIR has two versatile, high-end network video recorders (NVRs), called Meridian and Horizon. Meridian is an off-the-shelf, cost-effective, plug-and-play video surveillance system for security installations up to 24 cameras. The Meridian system includes a network video recorder offered in a number of models, supporting 2 TB or 4 TB of raw storage and 8, 16 or 24 cameras, pre-configured video management software and sophisticated viewing capabilities.

Horizon, on the other hand, is a scalable platform positioned for video installations of up to 100 cameras. Similar to Meridian it is pre-configured with powerful video management software and equipped with advanced viewing and monitoring applications.



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