CE Pro Company: Channel Vision
Founded in 1993 and ranked among the top companies in the custom electronics industry, Channel Vision Technology is a leading manufacturer of innovative technology products in Home Automation, Surveillance Systems, Structured Wiring, Home Intercom Systems, IR Remote Control and Audio Video Distribution for both residential and commercial applications.
Our broad-range of electronic solutions are designed to provide lifestyle enhancements for residents, while equipping homes and businesses for greater safety, convenience and entertainment.
About Channel Vision
234 Fischer Ave
Costa Mesa, California 92626
United States of America
In The News
Channel Vision NVR-ll, the new NVR smartphone app features smart-search & playback, HDMI video interface, and watchdog monitoring.
Advertorial · December 08, 2016
The new line of ARIA 100W amplifiers feature built-in Bluetooth 4.0 modules to provide amplification and a local streaming source in one succinct unit.
Advertorial · September 19, 2016
CEDIA attendees can stop by the Channel Vision booth to demo the company’s first IP Intercom, equipped with an IP camera and compatible with the IP Touch Screen room stations.
CE Pro Editors · August 22, 2016
Easily control the latest IP intercom from a touch screen room station or Smartphone application.
Advertorial · August 08, 2016
How to avoid extraneous components and a cluttered structured wiring cabinet.
Advertorial · June 03, 2016
The SI-8000 IP-based intercom and touch screen allows homeowners to monitor their front doors from anywhere, as well as control lighting, temperature, curtains, audio and surveillance cameras, with the help of a new mobile app.
Chelsea Cafiero · May 26, 2016
The new IP Intercom System from Channel Vision offers residents video communication, keypad/card entry and more in one all-inclusive system.
Advertorial · May 09, 2016
The A500 Subwoofer Amplifier from Channel Vision incorporates a control panel that enables installers to tailor the amp’s usage for specific applications.
Robert Archer · February 23, 2016