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Dahua introduces Eco-Savvy 2.0 series

Dahua Technology has introduced its Eco-Savvy 2.0 series of network cameras offering new surveillance features while maintaining the ‘green’, energy-saving concept of its Eco-Savvy equipment range, including the Ambarella S2LM chip. The new cameras feature a 4-megapixel...
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Fife Council to install 30,000 interfaces

Fife Council is undergoing a programme to install 30,000 Aico Ei414 Fire/Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm Interfaces throughout its housing stock. The units provide a dedicated connection between Aico RadioLINK smoke, heat and CO alarms with most new and existing telecare/warden call...
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Trinity Fire & Security joins Nedap programme

Nedap Security Management has announced that Trinity Fire & Security has joined its UK Channel Partner Programme. Nedap has introduced this new programme in order to work closely with its partners and provide a means for integrators to become accredited to sell and support...
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Door entry system based on a smartphone

Comelit has expanded its access control range with a door entry monitor based on the look and feel of a smartphone. The Icona allows the user to reveal programme icons with a finger swipe across a 4.3” 16:9 screen and use capacitive touch keys. The unit boasts a microphone and...
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TESTED: The Canon VB-H630VE camera

The first impression is that this is a very well-constructed and capable camera. At just under 2 kg it is heavy for a fixed camera hence the supplied security wire which should be screwed onto the base and attached to a suitable secure fixing point. A front facing slot for an SD...
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Texecom offers WiFi and enhanced apps

Texecom’s flagship range of security control panels is now available with enhanced connectivity options. The launch of the new Premier Elite ComWiFi module allows any Premier Elite control panel to be connected to a home network. The Premier Elite ComWiFi integrates with any...