Supercircuits introduces SC Black Cameras, recording solutions and more at ISC West.

Las Vegas, NV (April 2, 2008) – Supercircuits, a leading manufacturer and distributor of video surveillance equipment, will introduce an entire new line of video surveillance and security solutions under their new SC Black brand at ISC West. With new cameras, DVRs, NVRs and alarm systems, this introduction and the SC Black dealer program represent a major new initiative from the Texas-based company.

"Supercircuits' new line of SC Black products provides our new base of reseller partners with the highest levels of performance and cost-efficiency, and the comprehensive selection of products they need to increase their business," said Mark de L. Thompson, Supercircuits President and CEO . "The manner by which professional security systems are sold and installed is changing quickly in step with new security technologies. With our new dealer program in place and an exclusive line of products to support it, we believe this to be a tremendous new business development opportunity for both Supercircuits and its reseller partners.”

A full suite of SC Black dome, CS-mount and bullet cameras will be on display at ISC West. All high resolution models include the S C Black 3-Pack: DNR (digital noise reduction), OSD (on screen display) and DSS (digital slow shutter for day/night function), while their high resolution dome and CS-Mount cameras also include built-in motion detection. True day/night and digital day/night versions and Pixim-based WDR models of all cameras are also available. All SC Black domes are auto-iris, with premium Tamron varifocal lenses. A 10X zoom PTZ dome camera is also available. CS-Mount cameras have built-in back focus control, dual voltage and top & bottom mounting options for convenient installation. Bullet camera models include mini, IR and high-end versions, with motorized 10x zoom models available as well.

New DVRs from SC Black include MPEG4 and H.264 / hybrid models featuring real-time live, real-time video recording with D1 resolution on all channels. All DVRs in the line deliver simultaneous live, recording, playback, backup and network access, plus adjustable recording frame rate for each channel , high-speed network transmission with full-screen mode, r emote recording, still image capturing and network printing . In addition, all DVRs include feature rich client / CMS software common across all models, and come standard with slot-loading DVD burner.

A new line of fully scalable NVRs are also available to SC Black dealers, including hybrid NVRs with seamless management of analog and IP cameras from any client interface. Featuring up to 64 IP channels per server and support for high resolution megapixel cameras, these NVRs also offer digital PTZ and an intuitive user interface. Unlimited client software copies are available at no additional cost.

SC Black's new professional wireless alarm systems deliver digitally encrypted wireless communication for service to all components from up to 2000 meters away. The cost-efficient line of products also features replaceable lithium batteries that last up to 3 years with normal usage. The systems are simple to install and program, with a full installation completed in an hour or less. Convenient expansion capabilities allow for the easy addition of sensors and devices; configuration can even be handled remotely via the Internet.

For more information call 1-877-572-2522 or email .

About Supercircuits

Supercircuits is a leading manufacturer and distributor of video and audio surveillance equipment with more than one hundred thousand customers in North America . As the industry's trusted source in video surveillance, Supercircuits offers the latest technology in security solutions including IP video surveillance, closed circuit television, digital video recorders, and integrated systems. Additionally, Supercircuits has the largest selection of covert surveillance equipment available in North America . Supercircuits was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Austin , TX . For more information about Supercircuits, please visit .