SnapAV rolls out its Luma Surveillance product line
Luma Surveillance is a new line of surveillance products designed with the needs of the integrator and the end user in mind, said SnapAV, the manufacturer of Luma Surveillance. SnapAV said the new products come in both analog and IP surveillance, and the 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,” Alex Patrao, Category Manager for Surveillance at SnapAV, said in a statement. “Our newly engineered NVR and DVR user interface, shared between both recorders, is the most intuitive on the market.”
The Luma NVRs feature a built-in Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch on all ports, as well as plug and play capabilities with existing Wirepath IP cameras, which SnapAV said eliminates the need for a separate power source or dedicated network switch. “ That means one less box in the rack, easier setup, and less, cost,” said Patrao.
SnapAV said that both the Luma NVRs and DVRs pair with OvrC, a professional cloud-based solution that allows the integrator to remotely manage devices in the field and provide focused customer care. The system provides simplified maintenance of the user’s system information, including home addresses, port-forwarding addresses, DDNS names, devices by location, and more. And integrators receive real-time notifications to correct issues and perform firmware updates with a single tap or swipe.
The Luma NVRs and DVRs are available in 4, 8, and 16 channel models, and all come equipped with up to 2TB of preinstalled storage.