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16 July 2012 | Business & Finance

VSA Unveils Security Products

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Virtual Security Africa Ltd (VSA), one of the fastest growing security equipment providers, has launched four new security products onto the Ghanaian market.

The products include the H.C246 HD DVR with 15TB Internal Storage, HD -CCTV (SDI DVR and Cameras), 700 TVL High Resolution and Wireless CCTV for Elevators. These will provide monitoring services, solutions to enhance superior performance in the security industry.

VSA is one of the fastest growing distributors, which deal in CCTV, TP video and access control and fire alarm, intrusion detection system, body amour security products, security metal detectors and GPS tracking systems in Africa.

Emmanuel Asiedu, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of VSA, in a speech, said the High Definition Media Interface (HDMI) connectivity transmits video in the very clearest compressed form for storage for investigations and the courts.

'This is a full D1 real time recording and playback unit with full HD (Max 1080p) live and playback output. Its provides much cheaper image in multi-channel display mode than the ordinary DVR, mobile view on 3G device; ipad/ iphone /android/ blackberry. This application is also suitable for banks, jewelry shops, show rooms, etc.'

In the case of the CCTV, he said it optimizes maximum surveillance levels and features digital zoom.

The 700 TVL High resolution analog cameras reduces noise with a high sense of ultra light lower 0.01, wide extension range (WER), privacy masking and intelligent motion detection.

It is the first wireless CCTV for elevators to be launched in Africa with the world's first laser optical signal.

'It also provides an attractive wireless video and audio transmission solution with easy installation and at low cost replacing the impractical coaxial cables and other accessories,' he said.

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