SecurityTronix Announces Free iPad App for Surveillance DVR's & HVR's

STVIEW HD allows users to view and capture live video and still images, as well as download existing files directly to the iPad.

August 19, 2014 - Las Vegas, NV - SecurityTronix announces the official release of its eagerly anticipated STVIEW HD Apple iPad tablet application. The software is available from the iTunes App store for free download and contains several enhanced features to highlight the user experience.


STVIEW HD allows users to view and capture live video and still images, as well as download existing files directly to the iPad. Users can control pan, tilt, and zoom functions on applicable cameras, and much more. Search the iTunes App Store for the free app under the name STVIEW HD. Install the app, enter your DVR access information, and connect!

SecurityTronix division manager Jennifer Kern states, "The STVIEW HD mobile app series has been redesigned and expanded by the SecurityTronix engineering team for integration with iPad tablets, and outstanding performance over Wi-Fi, 3G or greater networks. Users will find immense convenience and value with the ability to utilize PTZ camera control and instant photo and video review and storage directly to the iPad."

SecurityTronix is a manufacturer of the HD-COAXINATOR HD over coax video surveillance solution cameras, DVRs, fiber optic products, power systems, and network connectivity solutions for the security and CCTV industries. The company has sales and distribution locations in West Chester, PA; St. Peters, MO; Midlothian, VA; and Las Vegas, NV. Contact your participating distributor or SecurityTronix sales for additional details at 800-688-9282.

For technical assistance with STVIEW HD for iPad or any SecurityTronix products call the tech line at: (610) 429-1821 and press 3, then 2 for CCTV support.

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