Spyclops camera kits to be featured at CES 2016
Home theater products and accessories provider, Metra Home Theater Group, has announced the inclusion of their new Spyclops cameras, DVRs and power distribution boxes to their lineup of security products to be featured at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
"Our new Spyclops cameras, kits and DVRs allows consumers to monitor their home or office comfortably and confidently from anywhere,” Jessy Crabb, general manager of Metra Home Theater Group, said in a statement. “The Spyclops cameras feature high-definition clarity with competitive pricing and stellar in-house technical support. We provide our dealers and end-users with reliable and easy to install products that continue to raise the bar.”
The new NVR Kit 4 wireless 720p bullet cameras features a four-channel wireless connection with high-definition 720p resolution, VGA and HDMI outputs and 3.6 mm fixed lens. The IP66 rated camera can be viewed on Android and iOS apps and include 1 terabyte of hard-drive space. The NVR Kit requires a singular Ethernet cable to provide power and data to the entire unit.
The two new Hybrid Security DVRs include 8-channel and 4-channel capabilities with embedded LINUX operating system that support analog 960H, 720p, 1080p and IP (up to 1080p) cameras. The Hybrid Security DVR’s playback in the recorded resolution with a multi-camera view, up to 30 frames per second recording per camera and feature 1080p on all channels.
The three new power distribution units being introduced vary from 5-way power, 9-way power and 18-way power with 110 volt to 12 volt power supply, lockable door and 1 AMP PTC fuses to product the cameras. The CCTV power distribution boxes allow installers to easily manage the power to multiple cameras at a central point and allows for cleaner camera installation.
The Spyclops cameras will be on display at CES 2016 from January 6th – 9th in Las Vegas, Nevada at booth 8232 located in LVCC’s Central Hall.