ANNKE Takes Analog Security Solutions to the Next Level With A200 & A500 Iron Launch
ANNKE changes the materials of analog security cameras by bringing the most solid full-metal housing to its latest ANNKE A200 Iron and A500 Iron CCTV cameras, taking analog security solutions to the next level.
updated: Jul 29, 2020 20:44 HKT
July 29, 2020 (Newswire.com) –
ANNKE today unpacks its first full-metal housing analog HD security camera series – A200 Iron 1080p Full HD and A500 Iron 5MP Super HD CCTV cameras.
Check out ANNKE A200 Iron here: https://www.annke.com/products/a200-iron
Get ANNKE A500 Iron here: https://www.annke.com/products/a500-iron
Due to the limited technology, many manufacturers adopt plastic housing on their CCTV security cameras for fast heat dissipation. ANNKE, on the other hand, added the latest and most advanced chipset and used full-metal housing for its A200 & A500 Iron security cameras, providing faster heat dissipation, and able to withstand the harshest weather all the year-round.
With the unrivaled all-metal housing, ANNKE Iron professional project model security cameras work perfectly in extremely hot or cold conditions (among -4 °F – 140 °F and -40 °F – 140 °F), and can be used in any challenging environment, like construction sites, supermarkets, warehouses, factories, or any business or property.
The innovative 2MP & 5MP imaging sensors bring the unparalleled 1080p Full HD and 5MP Super HD images for users to identify any detail. The exceptional EXIR 2.0 night vision tech enables the two security cameras to capture clearer images from up to 130 ft away, even in complete darkness, much more crystal than other 1080p or 5MP IP or analog CCTV video cameras.
The powerful compatibility feature provides seamless integration. The CCTV surveillance cameras are able to work with ANNKE DVRs and third-party DVRs for 24/7 live stream and non-stop recording.
ANNKE A200 Iron & A500 Iron Smart Features
. 1080p & 5MP Crystal Images
.130 ft EXIR 2.0 Night Visio
. Solid Full-Metal Housing
. Outdoor IP67 Weatherproof
. Third-Party DVR Compatibility
Pricing & Availability
ANNKE A200 Iron and A500 Iron are available on its official online store at the retailing price of $49.99 and $59.99, respectively.
ANNKE, created for security, aims to make the finest and best smart security cameras and systems accessible for every home and business owner worldwide. ANNKE’s deep expertise in product design, smart home connectivity and cutting-edge capabilities enable it to deliver the most seamless security solutions for users. ANNKE is always striving to develop innovative technology to provide customers with the easiest and the most straightforward security products.
For more details about ANNKE and its products, please visit https://www.annke.com.
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Source: ANNKE Innovation Co., Ltd.
Published at Wed, 29 Jul 2020 12:44:00 +0000
A Smart City and the Smart Buildings therein are not a marketing campaign, slick sales technique nor an amusing political catch phrase. It is a series of solutions to a serious and urgent situation the world faces today. Smart Cities are emerging as a civic action due to a perfect storm of the convergence of market conditions, technology innovation, social wants, government needs and the migration to urban environments that has accelerated on a global scale which dwarfs any previous mass movement of people in history.One striking example is found in a report by McKinsey & Co. in 2009 that stated 350 million people in China would move to cities throughout China by 2025. In the three years since that report was published, the numbers of migrating Chinese to cities within China is proving this prediction correct. 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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jim Young is the co-founder and CEO of Realcomm, the commercial real estate leader in technology, automated business solutions and intelligent buildings. For more information on commercial building automation and efficiency, please go to www.realcomm.com.