SnapAV Introduces Luma Surveillance™ Product Line

Luma Surveillance delivers intuitive solutions and crystal-clear imagery that provide peace of mind - anytime, anywhere

Charlotte, N.C. - October 27, 2015 - SnapAV has announced the launch of Luma™, a new line of surveillance products designed with the needs of both the integrator and end user in mind. Offering both analog and IP surveillance products, Luma's smart design provides high definition equipment that's reliable, easy to install, and simple to use.

"When developing the Luma product line, we listened to feedback from our customers and focused on making things easier for both integrators and the end users," said Alex Patrao, Category Manager for Surveillance at SnapAV. "Our newly engineered NVR and DVR user interface, shared between both recorders, is the most intuitive on the market."

Luma NVRs feature a built-in Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch on all ports, plus "plug & play" capabilities with existing Wirepath IP cameras, eliminating the need for a separate power source or dedicated network switch. "That means one less box in the rack, easier setup, and less cost," Patrao added.

Both Luma NVRs and DVRs pair perfectly with OvrC, a professional cloud-based solution that enables the integrator to remotely manage devices in the field and provide focused customer care. The system provides simplified maintenance of the end user's system information—including home addresses, port-forwarding addresses, DDNS names, devices by location, and much more. Integrators will receive real-time notifications to conveniently correct issues and perform firmware updates with a single tap or swipe.

Luma boasts live video streaming and integration with control systems such as Control4, Crestron, ELAN g!, and URC, with more coming in the future. In addition, Luma offers a free app for iOS® and Android™ mobile devices that allows the end user to see live camera feeds and play back or export recordings through a sleek, intuitive interface.

Luma DVRs feature ultra-sharp 1080p resolution using HD-TVI technology. Luma DVRs work seamlessly with Luma and Wirepath Surveillance™ cameras, including the newly released Luma 600-series analog cameras, and are also backward compatible with all traditional analog cameras up to 960H.

Luma DVRs and NVRs are available in 4, 8, and 16 channel models and come equipped with up to 2 TB pre-installed storage. For more information about Luma products, visit

Luma Surveillance™ is a brand division of Charlotte-based SnapAV—a designer, manufacturer, and exclusive source of more than 1,800 A/V solutions for the residential and commercial channels.

About SnapAV
Established in 2005 and based in Charlotte, North Carolina, SnapAV is a manufacturer and exclusive source of more than 1,800 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

SnapAV Brands include Episode® Speakers and Electronics, Wirepath® Surveillance and Structured Wiring, Luma Surveillance™, Binary™ Media Distribution and Cables, Wattbox® Power and Surge, Strong™ Mounts and Racks, Dragonfly™ Projection Screens, Nearus™ Conferencing Cameras, Sense™ Microphones, and Araknis Networks™.

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