Samsung Techwin America introduced plug-and-play IP surveillance kits at ISC West. The bundled, all-in-one, mini surveillance systems feature the company’s new WiseNet Lite cameras and a Samsung NVR to provide a new level of convenience, performance, ease of installation and economy ideal for SMB applications. The kits also provide resellers with a fast and convenient solution to support and cultivate new business with small and medium businesses, according to Samsung.

“Our new IP surveillance kits fill a major void in the industry for a convenient, easily deployed and affordable high-quality surveillance solution. These kits provide a great solution for resellers that is easy to source and install, and enables them to provide a great quality surveillance system for SMBs at very affordable price points,” said Tom Cook, vice president of sales, North America, Samsung Techwin America.

The kits are available in four bundled configurations:

  • SRK-3030S – two SND-6013R IR outdoor dome cameras, one SNF-8010 5 MP fisheye camera and a four-channel 1TB NVR;
  • SRK-3040S – four SND-L6013R IR outdoor dome cameras and a four-channel 1TB NVR;
  • SRK-4060S – six SND-6013R IR outdoor dome cameras and an eight-channel 2TB NVR; and
  • SRK-5120S – twelve SND-6013R IR outdoor dome cameras and a 16-channel 3TB NVR.

One of the biggest differentiators is the introduction of the fisheye camera for this market. “The fisheye can take the place of up to four cameras,” described Janet Fenner, director of marketing, North America, at Samsung.

The SND-6013R indoor IR dome cameras packaged in the kits are from Samsung’s new WiseNet Lite line. The WiseNet Lite camera line includes 1.3 MP and 2 MP full HD IP cameras available in a number of configurations and features.

“For the dealer that is still wary of using IP…the cameras are all pre-defined and all they have to do is plug them in. The cameras are already programmed in the ports on the NVR, so when they plug them in the video pops up. Before — if you just had an NVR and a camera — you’d have to go into every camera and program it because if you plugged it in you’d see no video. Most dealers were very cautious of going to IP, not because of price, but just because it was harder to install,” Cook told SDM during a demonstration at Samsung’s booth at ISC West.

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