Honeywell Adds High Definition IP Video Kits to Performance Series Line

Honeywell is now offering bundled IP Video kits that give small to mid-size businesses a hassle-free option for upgrading to high definition IP video. Honeywell Adds High Definition IP Video Kits to Performance Series LineThe kits consist of Honeywell’s new four-channel, embedded NVR with four ball or four bullet style high definition IP cameras. These kits are affordable, easy to install and provide a complete end-to-end video surveillance solution.

“The common problem for NVR systems is that they’re too expensive and too difficult to install, so many organizations stick to what they know, which is the standard analog DVR system,” said Rick Koscinski, Honeywell sales manager. “Our Performance Series’ IP kits address those problems by providing a cost-effective, easy-to-install system that makes IP video a greater reality for organizations with cash-strapped budgets. It’s as easy to set up as a DVR.”

Honeywell Adds High Definition IP Video Kits to Performance Series LineThe simple, low-profile camera designs are ideal for tight spaces, and built-in Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) simplifies camera installation through plug-and-play functionality, saving time and costs. An intuitive setup wizard makes the system easy to configure, maintain, and manage. End users can also program the system to record only when motion is detected to maximize the system’s efficiency. The network connected system allows business owners to view video from smartphones, tablets and computers. E-mail alerts can be programmed to warn users of network failures or motion detection. 

Performance Series IP kits are available through security dealers across North America.

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