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Renaissance secures surveillance, networking gear

Renaissance secures surveillance, networking gear

Renaissance has secured exclusive distributorship of the Eye Series range of wireless surveillance cameras, made in Australia but marketed and supported in New Zealand by Auckland and Christchurch-based mi5.

The cameras include Blue Eye, designed for homes and businesses, which can be integrated into a new or existing alarm system and can store 65,000 VGA images. It also comprises Red Eye, aimed for use on farms, with a ruggedised casing and optional solar panel and night vision spotlight with infra-red.

The range also includes Amber Eye, designed for mobile homes, caravans, boats, yachts, storage sheds, trucks and holiday homes. In addition, there is the wearable Patrol Eye camera.

Mi5 promotes the Red Eye camera at local field days, and has been exhibiting at the Hong Kong ICT Expo this month.


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