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VITEK manufactures a complete line of video surveillance products including affordable high definition video surveillance
NRF Protect is designed especially for those who protect retail brands, assets, people, and profits

VITEK Industrial, a manufacturer of high quality and affordable video surveillance products, will showcase the latest from On Cue, Alpha, ENVI, and more, at NRF PROTECT — the largest, most important retail loss prevention event in North America.

“Our video surveillance products are perfect for retail and the loss prevention market because our con-centration is on Reliable High Definition video with a low overall cost of ownership” said VITEK Chief Ex-ecutive Officer Greg Bier. “We’re excited to showcase our latest lines of IP video and 1080P over coax surveillance cameras and recorders produced to lower installation costs considerably while delivering the performance results that retailers are dependent on.”

NRF PROTECT 2015 will be held at the Long Beach California Convention and Entertainment Center from June 23-25, 2015. NRF Protect is designed especially for those who protect retail brands, assets, people, and profits.

NRF PROTECT attendees are invited to visit VITEK at Booth 1719. VITEK manufactures a complete line of video surveillance products including affordable high definition video surveillance offerings in both network and HD-SDI formats, as well as a wide variety of feature-rich 960H analog cameras and DVRs. All VITEK products carry an industry-leading three-year warranty — representing an unmatched commitment to quality and value.

Several Of The Newest Offerings From The Following Lines Will Be On Display At NRF PROTECT, including:

  • On Cue — The On Cue High Definition Recorder lineup has been expanded with the all-new addition of the On Cue IP, the real-time NVR with the simple, award-winning On Cue interface and CMS. The On Cue Series of HD-SDI products have been recently upgraded to Extended Range EX-SDI enabling support of Coax Cable distances beyond 1000’ of transmission over RG59U coax. The VT-HD/EXD1 EX-SDI Extender boasts an Extended Serial Digital Interface; is powered by VLC technology; transmits up to 270 Mbps; backwards compatible with 3G-SDI & HD-SDI; supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, NTSC/PAL video signals; compact for easy, discreet installation; and 12VDC operation.
  • Alpha — The newest VITEK Alpha IP cameras that offer excellent quality and unbelievable affordability are the VITEK Alpha 2.38 MP Bullet Camera with 3.6 mm Fixed Iris Lens and the VITEK Alpha 2.38 MP Dome Camera with 3.6 mm Fixed Iris Lens.
  • ENVI — Enhanced Network Video Integration (ENVI) series IP cameras and network devices are all ONVIF Profile S standard in addition to their direct integration with some of the industry’s most popular enterprise software and network camera products. Features such as Dual Streaming H.264/MJPEG transmission, PoE options, and a variety of cost effective, practical designs afford the security professional with a clear path to success in this fast-paced technology driven world.
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