Hot Products: September

Security Recording For Small Retailers Sanyo Security Products makes security recording and playback easier and more affordable for small retail establishments with its hard drive recorder, DSR-3506. It's ideal for security installations in...

It features eight rear outlets, a front mounted illuminated on/off switch, and a 12 foot long power cord. For more information, visit

Bullet Cameras

Channel Vision has added new bullet cameras to its line of surveillance products. They feature 3.6 mm lens, weatherproof design, and a sunshield, making it perfect for outdoor applications. The B/W version, Model 5305, has a 1/3 Samsung CCD and offers 400 lines of resolution with 0/3 lux at F2.0. The color version, Model 6305, has a 1/4 Sony color CCD and offers 330 lines of resolution with 0.5 l lux at F2.0. Both cameras are available with black or off-white casing. They come ready to install and include a power supply and universal swivel mount. Use in conjunction with any Channel Vision modulators to create a home surveillance system. For more information, visit

New Fiber Link Installation Packs

American Fibertek, Inc. offers Fiber Link Installation Packs (FLIP) packaged to provide systems installers with a fast and easy way to select and install fiber systems. FLIPs are available in several different product configurations to provide installers with a range of components most commonly used for basic fiber system applications.

Each FLIP contains a mated transmitter and receiver; dealers need only select the FLIP with the transmission features and performance parameters that best meet your application needs. For more information, visit

Power over Ethernet Network

Axis Communications announces several new products. The AXIS 211 Network Camera, the AXIS 206W, and the AXIS 206M. The 211, which provides 802.3af compatible Power over Ethernet, is designed to be used in high performance surveillance applications in markets including education, retail, transportation, healthcare and government.

It contains a built-in Web server and Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) support for easy connection to a local network or the Internet. Once installed, the AXIS 211 delivers real-time images or live video at up to 30 frames per second in full VGA (640x480) resolution. A progressive scan image sensor and varifocal DC-iris lens enables the camera to deliver superior image quality for both indoor and outdoor applications.

The AXIS 206W, a small network camera that connects wirelessly to a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), offers users in the retail, education, small business and small office/home office (SOHO) markets a compact, cost-efficient surveillance solution that does not require cabling for installation. It supports the IEEE 802.11b Wi-Fi standard, removing the need for network cabling when installing and using the network camera. It contains a built-in Web server and Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) support, enabling easy set up on the wireless network.

The AXIS 206M, another small network camera with megapixel resolution, is suited to monitoring schools, offices, retail stores and homes over the Internet. It delivers images at resolutions of up to 1280 x 1024 pixels, and can also produce HDTV 16:9 widescreen format, going beyond traditional TV resolution. It contains a built-in Web server, Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) support and free AXIS Internet Dynamic DNS Service, connecting directly to a local network or the Internet. For more information, visit

High Definition Card Printer/Encoder

Fargo, which markets card identity systems that create personalized plastic identification cards complete with digital images, text, lamination and electronically encoded information, launches the HDP600 Card Printer/Encoder. It's is a dual-sided, full-color printer/encoder that utilizes Fargo's patented High Definition Printing (HDP) technology.

The HDP600, the first in the line of Fargo's Next Generation printers, features a compact design that's 50% smaller and lighter than previous HDP models. The HDP600's High Definition Printing technology prints images onto a special film, which is then fused into the surface of the card through heat and pressure, for clarity, color depth, vibrancy and improved durability.