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Designed to integrate seamlessly with CCTV and access control, Honeywell's full range of fire and burglary components provide the ultimate protection of life and property. Combining HDTV/megapixel network cameras with a selection of non-megapixel network cameras that are optimized for other needs creates video surveillance installations that are effective, reliable and cost-efficient.
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read more › Honeywell's VISTA-21iP is an exciting new control panel that delivers a full communications solution - featuring an integrated Internet Communicator and optional snap-in GSM radio right on board! It contains the same robust system capacity and installation advantages you've come to expect from VISTA, while preparing you to meet all communications challenges - today and in the future. Designed to integrate seamlessly with CCTV, access control and Honeywell's full range of fire and burglary components, the VISTA-128FB provides the ultimate protection of life and property.

read more › HDTV/megapixel technology enables network cameras to provide higher resolution of video images than analog CCTV, i.e. the ability to see more details or have a wider coverage - a key consideration in video surveillance applications. With an HDTV or megapixel network camera, the resolution is at least three times better than an analog CCTV camera. Combining HDTV/megapixel network cameras with a selection of non-megapixel network cameras that are optimized for other needs (such as powerful optical zoom, extreme light sensitivity or low cost) creates video surveillance installations that are effective, reliable and cost-efficient.

read more › There have been several changes over that last few years that may affect the communications between your security system and our Central station monitoring facility. Many customers are abandoning their old fashioned "hardwired" phone lines and switching to cellular phones only, while others getting their phone service from their cable television or Internet provider. A "hardwired" phone connects via an actual wire that exists in your home. This wire connects to a small terminal block in your home and then goes directly to a telephone pole or box and from there, direct to the phone company.

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