GVI Security is pleased to announce its new videoPLUS line of analog CCTV products designed to allow our partners to offer a fully featured line at an affordable price.
The new videoPLUS line will feature a complete family of cameras and DVRs, including box, dome, bullet, and PTZ cameras, as well as professional monitors and real time CIF and D1 DVRs.
"The videoPLUS line is a strategic investment on our part" says Joe Restivo, COO for GVI Security. "60% of the market is still analog product and that segment continues to grow. Our customers need a reliable source for state-of-the-art analog product for the foreseeable future from a company known for customer service."
The videoPLUS camera line will be released with a full scope of products from entry level to high performance. All of the configurations including box, dome, bullet and PTZ will be available with features such as 650TVL resolution, true Wide Dynamic Range, superb Day/Night performance, and outstanding 3D noise reduction to meet the most demanding applications.
The new line of DVRs will showcase high-end features such as H.264 compression, full real time recording performance, an HDMI output for easy connection and high resolution display, a built-in web viewer, iPhone support, and included video management software. "Development has also begun on an integrated client for both GVI’s autoIP line of network video recorders and the videoPLUS line of DVRs. Very soon, we will be able to provide a customer with seamless hybrid systems that make adding IP cameras to an analog system simple and painless" says Tom Galvin, VP of Product Management for GVI.
Service and Support
This new line of cameras and DVRs will also offer GVI’s Epic Customer Service and Support including a Trouble Free 5 year warranty on videoPLUS products, a 120 day money back guarantee, next day shipping on most products, and 24 hour technical support. "The GVI team understands that the biggest risk a security customer faces today is not the quality of the product; it’s the value of the service. Installers lose profits and end users lose the confidence of their management when a vendor fails to support" says Manuel Pecino, Director of Technical Services for GVI.
Availability and Information
The videoPLUS products are being introduced throughout the first quarter of 2011. For further details on the specifications or other assistance, please see http://www.gviss.com/products/videoplus/index.php.