Wirepath Surveillance Releases New Cameras, DVRs, and Smart New Mobile Apps

New analog and IP camera models, plus sophisticated mobile technology takes surveillance to the next level

Wirepath Surveillance Releases New Cameras, DVRs, and Smart New Mobile Apps

New analog and IP camera models, plus sophisticated mobile technology takes surveillance to the next level

Charlotte, NC - Winter 2015 - Wirepath Surveillance recently announced the launch of over 13 new analog and IP camera models, improved analog DVRs, and more sophisticated and user-friendly mobile apps. Wirepath is a brand division of Charlotte-based SnapAV, a manufacturer and exclusive source of more than 1,800 A/V solutions for the residential and commercial channels.

Wirepath has stepped up their analog game offering advanced camera models, including brand-new PTZ cameras, and new 960H DVRs that provide high resolution with the ease and pricing of analog. "Our '65 series of DVRs are the most sophisticated in their class - the high resolution and wide screen viewing they provide is really like nothing else," says Alex Patrao, Category Manager for Wirepath Surveillance. "And our IP and analog PTZ cameras are very exciting for our customers; they open up additional use cases: the homeowner who wants to survey or show off his property. They go beyond commercial and home monitoring and can be real entertainment pieces," he adds.

On the IP side, Wirepath has bulked up their camera line with 13 all-new camera models, including a user-friendly in-room monitor. "The in-room monitor is great for home-owners who want to keep an eye on their kids; its mount is flexible and user-friendly so it can be angled just about anywhere," says Patrao.

To support their new products and technologies, Wirepath has bolstered their mobile apps - now available for iOS 8, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Android. The new and improved apps include features such as pinch-to-zoom, intuitive search and playback, easy set up, and high-definition NVR streaming. This is good news for integrator and end customer alike, as both parties will benefit from the easy-to-use interface.

Added Patrao, "It's an exciting time for Wirepath Surveillance. We've put a lot of thought into each of our new products - listening to our customers and taking their suggestions to heart - and I think it's paid off. We've really stepped up our game and I think these new products will really set us apart in the industry."

For more information on Wirepath Surveillance and their new products, please visit http://www.snapav.com/t-ipsurveillanceapp.aspx.

About SnapAV
Established in 2005 and based in Charlotte, North Carolina, SnapAV is a manufacturer and exclusive source of more than 1,000 installation-friendly audio, video and CCTV products for residential and commercial A/V integrators. SnapAV empowers integrators to run more efficient businesses by providing high quality, lucrative products supported by best-in-class online ordering and award-winning customer service. All products are protected by zero-tolerance Internet sales policies and many feature lifetime warranties. Additional information about SnapAV and its product brands can be found at www.snapav.com.

SnapAV Brands include Episode® Speakers and Electronics, Wirepath® Surveillance and Structured Wiring, Binary™ Media Distribution and Cables, Wattbox™ Power and Surge, Strong™ Mounts and Racks, Dragonfly™ Projection Screens, and Araknis NetworksTM.

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