Metra Bundles Hybrid DVR & Security Cameras Provide Dealers with Configuration Options
Metra Home Theater Group has announced a new 16-channel Hybrid DVR and new Spyclops cameras.
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Regardless of whether the economy is doing well or not, there is always one category that remains steady for custom electronics professionals: security. Providing dealers with its latest security solution, the Fla.-based electronics manufacturer Metra Home Theater Group has announced its new 16-Channel Hybrid DVR and a new line of Spyclops cameras.
The 16-Channel Hybrid DVR (SPY-DVR16HYB2) provides electronics professionals with a choice of four video technologies—AHD, TVI, analog and IP—to allow for a combination of formats across the DVR's channels.
Dealers can order the DVR with or without a built-in hard drive, and the DVR supports 1080p resolutions, as well as 15 frames per second (fps) with the AHD, TVI and analog formats. Increasing the systems performance when using IP technologies, Metra states the DVR supports 25fps.
"We're excited to unveil our new 16-Channel Hybrid DVR and a plethora of versatile Spyclops cameras," says Jessy Crabb, general manager of Metra Home Theater Group. "We truly have a product fit for any need with our extensive lineup of cameras. For those attending CEDIA 2016, we invite them to stop by our booth and check out all the solutions we have to offer."
Metra's new line-up of Spyclops cameras include:
- 4-in-1 Bullet Varifocal Camera: This product features a 2.8-12mm manufal varifocal lens for zoom and focus adjustments. Available in a choice of gray and white, the IP66-rated camera includes 42 LEDS for night vision up to 40 meters.
- 4-in-1 Dome Varifocal Camera: This product features a 2.8-12mm manufal varifocal lens for zoom and focus adjustments. Available in a choice of gray and white, the IP66-rated camera includes 36 LEDs for night viewing up to 30 meters.
- 4-in-1 Convert Motion Sensor Camera: Designed for indoor use only. Features a 3.6mm fixed pinhole lens for a wider picture.
- 4-in-1 Mini Bullet Wide View Camera: This product incorporates a 3.6mm lens for a wider picture, and Metra offers this product in a choice of gray or white. The IP66-rated camera incorporates 18 LEDs for night viewing up to 20 meters.
- 4-in-1 Mini Dome Ultra Wide View Camera: With a 2.8mm lens that produces a wide picture, the IP66-rated 4-in-1 Mini Dome Ultra Wide View Camera is available in either gray or white, and it includes 18 LEDs for night viewing up to 20 meters.
- 4-in-1 Low Profile Dome Wide View Camera: This indoor camera employs a 3.6mm fixed lens and 12 IR LEDs for night vision up to 20 meters.
- 2-in-1 Mini Bullet Wide View Camera: Incorporating a 3.6mm lens, and color options of gray and white, this IP66-rated camera features 18 LEDs to support its 20 meters of night vision.
- 2-in-1 Low Profile Dome Wide View Camera: This IP66-rated camera includes a 3.6mm lens, a color choice of gray or white, and 18 LEDs for 20 meters of night viewing.
Metra adds that users can "Spy from Anywhere" with its free Spyclops app, which is available on the iOS and Android platforms.
To see the cameras, the hybrid DVR and Metra's other products visit the company at CEDIA in booth number #3005 in Dallas during the week of Sept. 15 to Sept. 17.
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