September 22, 2008, Atlanta, GA – CBC (AMERICA) Corp. showcased its growing array of surveillance solutions last week at ASIS in Atlanta's Georgia World Congress Center.
Leading the lineup, Ganz’s ZNR Servers, an economical plug and play Hybrid NVR recording solution for both Analog and IP D1 / Megapixel resolution cameras. Available with 1-6TB internal configurations providing ample storage time and featuring a built-in DVD writer, these 16 and 32 Channel Hybrid NVRs are designed for use with Ganz’s powerful and user-friendly ZNS Series recording software. ZNS offers continuous and motion recording, Smart Search, 6X digital PTZ, comprehensive bandwidth throttling, and much more.
CBC also previewed the MP2DN , a Day/Night IP megapixel camera with H.264 compression, a great addition to our expanding MP Series , offering 1.3 to 5 megapixel cameras. Additional surveillance solutions previewed included the ZN-D9000 Series , Day/Night IP Domes featuring progressive scan CCD, a 3.3-12mm AI varifocal lens, PoE, Dual Codec compression. 2-way audio and SD card backup.
New Computar Lens introductions include a 27X Motorized Zoom Lens in 15-400 and 19-513mm models and a 35X Motorized Zoom in 21-735, both with an EC mounting option.
The all-new Ganz Automotive, a progressive line of automotive surveillance systems was also introduced featuring drive recorders, a round view camera system and a mobile DVR.
Featured products can be viewed on CBC's online catalog at www.ganzsecurity.com.
For over 30 years, CBC (AMERICA) Corp. has been a leader in the manufacture of CCTV components. CBC’s expansive product line and world-class customer support have made them the choice of businesses worldwide. Computar lenses have long been recognized as the leader in surveillance lenses; Ganz brand has assumed a parallel position in the manufacture of cameras, recorders, and a wide range of peripherals providing end-to-end surveillance solutions.