Quantum Hi Tech Merchandising forays into Surveillance
New Delhi: QHMPL, India’s leading frontrunner in consumer electronics & high-quality IT peripherals, under the brand ‘Quantum Hi-Tech’ with its unfailing commitment to highest standards of quality at most affordable prices, further expands its portfolio announcing its venture to Security and Surveillance Segment, with its latest HD Analog Cameras designed for both Indoors & Outdoors.
Gratifying to the next generation needs of the security and surveillance segment, the company is set to line with key verticals such as government, banking, education, retail and manufacturing, whilst positioning its surveillance related product offerings in India.
Both the QDIS- 1MD3331(Dome) & QDIS- 1MT3331 (Bullet) are priced affordably at Rs.3295/- & Rs. 3895/- respectively. It features prominent WDR technology with the wide dynamic range, which helps surveillance in difficult lighting conditions. Particularly the challenging situations wherein there is a lot of variation in light levels simultaneously within a scene. For instance Vehicles entering a parking garage or tunnel, also with daylight outside and low light levels indoors.Additionally the minimum illumination of 0 Lux@F1.2 (IR ON) and 12 VDC allows capture quality images within 30 meters even in darkness.
Commenting on the Quantum’s (QHMPL) entry into Surveillance Mr. Ashish Mutneja Director QHMPL says, “ To meet the high level of security demands coming from all across, we have launched our next generation of CCTV products. Currently we have launched HD Analog Cameras which shall be followed with IP & PTZ Cameras, complete wireless security and communication system with cloud mobile support. The extensive product range shall be made available from our very strong Pan India Network distributors and dealers. With Quantum Surveillance you will find round the clock caretaker providing credible deterrence to loss of your valuable assets.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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