COP Security steers customers to HDCVI technology
In a move to assist surveillance installers and end-users to embrace the advantages of High Definition CCTV imagery, professional trade only CCTV security products distributor, COP Security, has released a new and comprehensive guide to utilising Dahua’s High Definition Composite Video Interface (HDCVI).
The new guide is available to download free-of-charge via the COP Security website, where visitors can also enter a competition to win a 4K smart TV – so the lucky winner will experience the benefits of the best possible screen definition at home too!
Benefiting from the HD advantage has never been easier, as the guide steers the reader new to this technology through how to upgrade to a high definition system.
The guide contains comprehensive and simple explanations of the cost, performance, features and benefits of upgrading from analogue to Dahua HDCVI – plus cost and performance comparisons with analogue and IP systems.
Commenting on the new guide, Gareth Rhodes, Sales and Marketing Manager for COP Security said:
“At COP Security we are always focused on the future, and we are proud to be playing a major role in helping to switch the surveillance industry from standard, to high definition systems – whilst making that transition as simple and economical as possible via Dahua HDCVI.”
For further information and to Download the free-of-charge Dahua HDCVI guide, COP Security invite customers to visit their Website via the following button:
‘COP are an installer focussed business. They have value engineered every process in the company, from pre to post-sales support; reinvesting in their infrastructure to benefit our customers. They invest in products and processes to eliminate any potential problems and to ensure they meet installer requirements in the following areas; Fair and competitive pricing, outstanding and relevant functionality, product availability, next day delivery with scheduled time slot, reliable, warranty protected products, immediate, in-depth technical support.’
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