New video products add range to security camera portfolio

Two infrared cameras at ISC East

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FAIRPORT NY, USA ??? Bosch Security Systems, Inc. has announced seven new cameras, including IP and analog models, for the popular Advantage Line. Several of the new cameras are designed as ready-to-use, complete network video surveillance systems inside MicroDomes.

Two infrared cameras also join the lineup: the Bosch NDN-265-PIO 1 MP / HD 720p infrared IP dome camera and the Bosch NTC-265-PI 1 MP / HD 720p infrared IP bullet camera. These and other products cane be seen at ISC East in NYC 28-29 November 2012.

Both are ready-to-use, robust network cameras that offer 1 MP / HD 720p resolution, day/night functionality with a removable IR cut filter, and an IP 66 rating for outdoor use.

For the analog market, the new VDN-276 and VDN-295 indoor domes are compact, stylish surveillance cameras that offer ultra-high resolution images with 650 TVL and the latest 960H 1/3-inch CCD sensor technology.

The VDN-295 also features true wide dynamic range for excellent performance in variable lighting conditions. Specifically designed for applications like small shops, office buildings, schools or gas stations, the Advantage Line was first introduced in mid-2011.

All products in the line feature high performance and reliability and are easy to install, maintain and operate. Combined with just the right amount of features, this ensures that both time and costs are kept to a minimum.

???Due to the success of the first wave of the Advantage Line, we are happy to introduce these additions to the market,??? says Eric Cechak, vice president, high volume products at Bosch Security Systems, Inc. ???The enhanced line is designed to match the growing demands of installers and customers for price-competitive security and safety products for smaller installations.???

Analog and IP video products introduced under the Advantage Line have been highly popular. The IP cameras come in a range of options, as compact cameras or discreet domes for indoor or outdoor surveillance.

Customers can choose between standard resolution, HD, megapixel or integrated IR models.

Analog cameras from the Advantage Line can also be ordered as indoor or outdoor fixed and PTZ mini domes, as subtle mini-bullet cameras or as integrated infrared domes and bullet cameras. Bosch will continue to expand the Advantage Line, with the next additions planned for fall 2012.

To learn more about the Advantage Line by Bosch, visit http://www2.boschsecurity.us/advantage/.

The Bosch division Security Systems is a leading global supplier of security, safety, and communications products, solutions and services. Some 12,500 associates generated sales of 1.4 billion euros ($1.94 billion) in fiscal 2011. Protection for people’s life, buildings and assets is the aim. The product portfolio includes video surveillance, intrusion alarm, fire alarm and voice evacuation systems as well as access control. Professional audio and conference systems for communication of voice, sound and music complete the range. Bosch Security Systems develops and manufactures in its own plants across the world.

Additional information can be accessed at www.boschsecurity.us.

Contact person for press inquiries: Anne Insero Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Phone: +1 585-678-3152 anne.insero@us.bosch.com www.boschsecurity.us.