Panasonic i-Pro Series Enhances IP-Based Systems Performance

Las Vegas, NV (April 5, 2006) – Panasonic Security Systems, a division of Panasonic System Solutions Company (PSSA), continues to expand its network initiative and leadership role in the rapidly changing security industry with their i-Pro Series of IP-based video surveillance products on display here at ISCW 2006. i-Pro Series cameras and DVRs offer features designed for versatile network configurations along with Panasonic performance and quality.

"With the continued trend towards networked systems, Panasonic’s i-Pro Series offers a high performance, open integration networking solution for professional security applications," said Miguel Lazatin, Product Marketing Manager – Cameras, Panasonic Security Systems. “Our i-Pro Series is designed to deliver the exceptional performance expected from Panasonic video surveillance products for specific implementation on a networked platform.”

To help ease the transition to a networked environment, Panasonic’s i-Pro Series can be easily incorporated into new and existing installations. The i-Pro Series includes fixed, mini-dome, PTZ and vandal-proof cameras, network disk recorders and more.

Recent introductions to Panasonic’s i-Pro Series include:

The i-Pro WV-NP1004 Mega Pixel Color Network Camera, delivering sharp images with 1.3 mega pixel, 4VGA (1280 x 960) digital output producing an analog equivalent of 600 TVL. Additional performance features include: dual MPEG4 and JPEG outputs for simultaneous live monitoring and high resolution recording/alarm monitoring, an on-board SD memory card slot for emergency backup; Auto Back Focus for hands-off focus in changing light conditions, and the ability to be controlled via Panasonic’s

WJ-ND300 Network Disk Recorder.

The i-Pro WV-NP244 Color Network Camera, designed for general system applications. The unit features selectable MPEG4 or JPEG output at 30fps with a 1/3-inch progressive scan, RGB CCD to deliver smooth images with excellent color reproduction. Additional features include one way audio, power over the Ethernet (802.3af); field loadable multi-language capability; an SD memory slot; and control via Panasonic’s WJ-ND300 NDR.

The i-Pro WJ-ND300 Network Disk Recorder, offering a higher level of digital recording performance for systems configured specifically for use in an IP-based LAN/WAN environment. The unit is designed with fast throughput to provide systems designers with the performance attributes and versatility they need when configuring systems with multiple control and recording points along the network, plus scalable operation.

For more information contact Panasonic Security Systems via their web site at www.panasonic.com/security.

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