April 10, 2008, Commack, NY – CBC (AMERICA) Corp. showcased its growing array of surveillance solutions at ISC West in Las Vegas last week and launched their totally redesigned, user-friendly website www.ganzsecurity.com.
The Ganz DIGIMASTER 480 IPS DVRs lead the lineup of new product introductions at CBC’s booth in Las Vegas. These 16 channel DVRs feature real-time recording at up to 480 images per second, up to 3TB of storage capacity, USB mouse control, and a variety of advanced search features including Smart Search.
Ganz’s new Indoor IP Network Dome Camera ( ZN-D2024) includes a 2-4mm Computar varifocal lens and built-in Power over Ethernet (PoE). The ZN-D2024 produces high-quality images in Real-time MPEG-4 and Motion-JPEG compression, CMOS, VGA was also introduced at ISC West.
New Computar lens introductions include 35mm and 75mm Megapixel Varifocal lenses and a 2.8-12mm Megapixel IR lens.
Additional surveillance solutions previewed at ISC West included the iPak , a preassembled IP outdoor housing with heater, power and network cables, the TL Series Thermal Imaging camera, ZNS Series Video Surveillance Software, and an Outdoor Day/Night Bullet Camera and Dome providing 480 TVL, equipped with Computar auto-iris varifocal lenses.
CBC also demonstrated their new website www.ganzsecurity.com. The much anticipated website redesign features an easy-to-use format, newly organized content, a new look and feel and a comprehensive technical resource library. The advanced online catalog search features allow the user to locate specific products or categories quickly and accurately.
For over 25 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.