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Hikvision UK & Ireland Win CCTV Product of the Year

September 29, 2017

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UK integrator publication PSI Magazine voted the new Hikvision DS-2TD2136 Network Thermal Bullet security camera the CCTV Product of the Year 2017.

PSI Magazine announced the winners at the PSI Premier Awards at the Romanov Suite of the Luton Hoo English estate. Guest speaker John Parrott and PSI editor Andy Clutton announced winners in seven award categories: CCTV, intruder alarms, access control, software, communications, fire safety, distribution and innovation.

Hikvision’s new Thermal Bullet security camera has smart features such as line crossing, intrusion and entrance/exit monitoring.  All of Hikvision’s Thermal Network Camera systems are designed for critical lowlight applications with high security perimeters. System features include cutting-edge technology such as advanced analytics, temperature exception alarms and advanced fire detection. The Hikvision DS-2TD2136 Thermal Bullet Camera also includes 384x288 resolution and uncooled VOx (Vanadium Oxide) sensors with multiple lens options.

“This is not only a win for Hikvision UK and Ireland, but for our entire global enterprise and the strides made by our R&D team to deliver the best security technology in the marketplace,” said Jeffrey He, president of Hikvision USA Inc., and Hikvision Canada Inc.

IMPORTANT! This model requires non-standard firmware. Do Not Install standard firmware (e.g. v.4.1.xx) on this model. Doing so will permanently damage your system. You must use custom firmware v.4.1.25 from the iDS-9632NXI-I8/16S product page.

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