Swann releases new wireless security camera

MaxiBrite Dual Cam connects either with wires or wirelessly


Santa Fe Springs, Calif. – (February 14, 2008) – Swann Communications, the global leader in security monitoring solutions, is proud to announce the first security camera that can be connected either with wires or wirelessly to a security system. The revolutionary MaxiBrite Dual-Mode Cam can easily be switched from a wireless to wired configuration to avoid interference which can compromise image quality.

Swann's MaxiBrite Dual-Mode Cam is a high-powered color camera that features infra-red that allows the camera to capture night vision images up to 25 feet away. The camera is packaged with 60 feet of cable and BNC to RCA connectors for easy connection to a TV, VCR, or DVR. Housed in a sturdy anti-corrosive and weather resistant case, the MaxiBrite Dual Cam is rugged enough for the most stringent outdoor applications.

"A dual transmission camera offers an elegant solution to Swann customers who want the convenience of a wireless camera and the superior picture quality of a wired camera," explains Guy Pithie, Swann Communication's Vice President North America. "The MaxiBrite Dual-Mode Cam is yet another example of how Swann is setting new standards in the security industry by creating new products that meet the needs of everyone."

The MaxiBrite Dual-Mode Cam has a MSRP of $129 and is coming soon to Swann's retail and online channel partners.

Swann Communication's MaxiBrite Dual-Mode cam and other video surveillance innovations were unveiled at the Central Hall of the recent CES show.

For more information on Swann Communication's MaxiBrite Dual-Mode Cam or to learn about more of Swann Communications products, go to www.swannsecurity.com.