As the UK security sector continues to grow, so the opportunities for electrical installers to take a share of this expanding market are on the increase. Yet despite the fact that they are already in possession of the necessary skills to diversify into the various aspects of security - CCTV, access control and fire safety - many installers are still reluctant to do so, believing that this is a specialist area.
Following the launch this year of its new HDView CCTV collection which features the latest AHD (Analogue High Definition) technology, ESP, leading security products supplier, reminds installers and wholesalers about the accessories needed to get the very best from this new technology.
Once they have got over the fact that the installation of a CCTV security system is within their capabilities, one of the first questions asked by many installers and contractors considering CCTV as an option, is whether it can be viewed on a mobile phone. With the development in technology bringing more sophisticated, yet simple to install systems to the market, the answer is yes.
Innovative security products supplier, ESP has added to its growing access control range with the launch of EZ-TAG3 – a sleek new keypad and proximity reader, designed to provide a compact, durable and vandal-resistant solution for a wide variety of access control applications.
The Duceri emergency lighting collection from leading security solutions provider, ESP, brings to market a product offer that has been independently tested by established photometric data test house, LUX-TSI, and complies with the latest industry standards and regulations.
It may offer the very latest AHD (Analogue High Definition) technology and deliver superior image quality, but the most talked about features of ESP’s new HDView CCTV collection is the simplicity of setting up the system and the ability to access and view the information on a mobile phone.