MiRO set to stun visitors at Securex 2015

The MiRO stand, which was the recipient of the Best Large Exhibition Stand at Securex 2014, will once again display a wide range of its wireless IP convergence products. A portfolio including wireless solutions from SIAE, RADWIN, Ubiquiti and LigoWave will be showcased. The company will also exhibit the VIVOTEK range of cameras (from their Supreme cameras to their compact more cost effective C Series) and its Sunell range of thermal, analogue and IP cameras. The NUUO range of VMS and NVR solutions and the Milestone open platform video management system will also be highlighted.

MiRO ‘s wireless IP convergence expertise and knowledge ensures that all of the products work seamlessly together. “We do structured cabling, networking, switching, routing, and wireless. We understand the challenges and benefits of IP convergence as we have gained extensive experience on a number of successful projects. We believe we are more than just a distributor: we are there to facilitate customised solutions through collaborative interaction with customers. We help customers through training, planning projects and assisting on their installations,” says MiRO marketing manager Riandi Appelgryn.

A new product range to the MiRO stand is NUUO. NUUO’s VMS and NVR solution offer comprehensive recording, monitoring, and seamless third party solution integration for IP and analogue cameras. The well-known NUUO SOLO appliance range is Linux-based which provides effective protection against both PC viruses and system crashes. Setup is quick and easy and offers compatibility with over 80 different camera brands including megapixel cameras. Both H.264 compression and two-way audio are supported by the system.

In addition, NUUO products can be accessed remotely through mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad and Android. Users can view up to 128 live channels with multiple monitors. Web-based support is also provided and allows for panoramic 360° PTZ control as well as generic de-warp (fisheye), digital PTZ and multi-view.

The company’s range of VIVOTEK cameras on show will include the VI-IB8367-RT, the VI-VC8201 and the VI-FE8180. The VI-IB8367-RT offers the world’s first IP network camera with a POE out and remote focus version. Users can daisy chain up three cameras with one POE source and achieve up 100 m distance between each camera. The cameras feature a 2.8 to 12 mm lens with remote focus, enabling users to adjust the focus of the camera after the installation, via the software, a great tool when cameras are installed in extreme locations. The camera provides 2 MP resolution at 30 Fps while using WDR enhanced to offer superior images in bright and dark environments. The cameras are mounted in IP66 rated housing for harsh environments.

The VI-VC8201 is a new split camera system that separates the video core from the actual cameras, resulting in compact units that are aesthetically pleasing while delivering superior video quality. The VC8201 can be used with a combination of a 1 MP fixed lens and a 5 MP fish eye camera with built in microphoness for audio. The video core unit handles video processing tasks such as storage, compression, and interfacing with the network and greater coverage can be achieved using the video core which supplies POE to the cameras up to 8 m away. Cabling is reduced since only one POE source is required to power the video core.

The VI-FE8180 is the world’s smallest indoor 5 MP fisheye network camera and allows users to replace three or four cameras, reducing installation costs and increasing coverage. The camera offers 5 MP at 30 Fps, with 180° panoramic or 360° surround views. The WDR enhancement ensures the camera is able to cope with sunlit environments from any angle, keeping images at maximum quality.

New from Sunell are the SN-IPV56/40UDR and SN-IPR56/20AKDN. Both models are IP 66 vandal-resistant dome camera that can be used in harsh weather conditions. They also have a built-in PoE and MicroSD Slot, so in the event that the network fails, users will not lose any recordings. Another feature of these models is a built-in alarm and audio In/Out on the physical cable, making it extremely installer friendly when installing microphones and other audio equipment.

The SN-IPV56/40UDR camera camera has a 3.3-12 mm vari-focal IR corrected DC Auto IRIS lens for large area coverage and it can be used in areas where there is very little light. The SN-IPR56/20AKDN has a 3.3-12 mm vari-focal IR corrected DC IRIS lens for wide-ranging coverage and in environments where there is very little light.

SIAE provides a range of high performing microwave radio and wireless network solutions with a compact zero footprint design. Each solution comes with scalable capacity upgrade licences, ACM (adaptive coded modulation) and ATPC (automatic transmit power control). SIAE products are considered best in class for system gain and boast the lowest power consumption.

New from Radwin is the 750 Mbps 2000 D+ Series, which provides exceptional carrier-grade performance for 5 GHz backhaul. Product manager Jan Keyser explains that Telco-grade D+ Series operates in harsh conditions and has unmatched performance in dense radio environments. The series is easy to install and maintain and its multi-band radio supports multiple frequency bands on the same platform.

LigoWave’s WNMS (wireless network management system) is a free enterprise-grade system which simplifies a large number of management and monitoring tasks for network administrators. WNMS Cloud is a cloud-based WNMS and WNMS Mobile allows users to monitor their network using a mobile device. Being Android-based makes it ideal for network operating centre coordinators, maintenance staff and support engineers.

SWEAP is LigoWave’s third party equipment monitoring tool on WNMS, while LinkCalc allow equipment users to calculate link performance expectations based on geographical information, distance between units, antenna height and gain, transmit power and other factors to select the best LigoWave product for the application. The Wireless Installer App is designed to speed up the wireless link installation process for field engineers.

The App allows users to find the direction of a remote site/device on a map and shows the exact location of a remote device using an integrated camera in the phone or tablet. It provides reporting of wireless link signal levels as an audible signal coming from the handheld device. Users can configure basic parameters required for link establishment and there are multiple options to import the coordinates: WNMS, LinkCalc, Google Earth (kmz file) and manual.

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