OKINA USA Now Offering Network Hardwire Ultra-Compact IP Camera for Precision Detection Security Systems

Fremont, CA, March 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Fremont, CA based video surveillance equipment experts OKINA USA has just announced that the company has updated their suite of IP security systems. The latest items in the OKINA USA catalogue are designed to provide organizations with the ability to maintain supreme control over their facility environment and capture imagery that will play a crucial role in protecting their business infrastructure over the long-term.

One of the newest and most innovation surveillance solutions to be recently added to the OKINA USA catalogue is the Network Hardwire Ultra-Compact Camera. This product offers clients a high capacity 640*480 resolution that allows operators to achieve an instant understanding of security developments within their business environment. The product has been designed especially for low light environments in which issues related to visibility can be overcome through using a combination of the camera’s minimum 0.5 lux illumination capability and its 10* digital zoom, which ensures that any security issues can be identified and resolved seamlessly at all times.

As one of the leading IP security systems on the market, the Network Hardwire Ultra-Compact Camera is also ideal for use in limited space environments or areas where the camera must be hidden from public view. Measuring 98 x 58 x 31mm, this solution is truly the ideal system for complex surveillance requirements within the modern growing organization. And the product’s built-in software enables users to archive video streams from up to 16 cameras, providing exceptional viewing, reporting and analyzing capabilities to firms that are proactive on security requirements.

In addition to the new Hardwire Ultra-Compact IP Camera, an entire suite of next-generation security systems is now available through OKINA USA. Contact the company directly today to learn more or visit their website at www.okinausa.com to review their full catalogue.
Jonathan Okina