Videofied is a wireless intruder alarm system with integrated video verification or ‘wireless CCTV‘. Upon activation of the PIR a video clip is sent to an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) operator who can generate an urgent response to a genuine crime in progress and discount costly false alarms.
We have indoor and outdoor PIR cameras with day/night visibility, and Videofied is completely wirefree. Battery life for all devices, including the control panel, is up to 4 years. A variety of control panels is available for single (GPRS) or dual path communication (GPRS/IP) back to the ARC.
The system provides an added value offering for commercial and residential applications, and a solution for sites where there is no mains power, e.g. temporary sites, void properties, construction sites, and general outdoor applications.
Videofied is proven for protecting remote sites, outdoor locations and assets in harsh environments. We protect cell towers in the heat of the Arizona desert and oil wells during the cold winters of Alberta. Videofied is equally suited for interior residential and commercial applications. Videofied can be used anywhere security is needed: as an upgrade to existing security or standalone.
Videofied MotionViewers install anywhere: commercial or residential sites, inside or outdoors, as an upgrade to existing systems or a brand new standalone security system. The wireless installation creates an out-of-the-box solution, with the option for hardwiring if desired. The new slimline product design looks good wherever installed, and the four-year battery life looks even better on budgets.
When the MotionViewer sensor is tripped, a 10 second video clip of the event is captured and sent through cell or IP network to a central monitoring station (ARC) or to your smartphone (self-monitoring). The wireless, passive infrared sensor (PIR) works with a digital video camera to record color video during the daytime, monochrome at night, all in full VGA resolution. Verification of the event is key – and so is swift, rapid video transfer to the Central Station for review and dispatch. The video clip can also be configured for a lower-resolution, smaller file.