SecurityWorldMarket

17/04/2017

Signet appointed as distributor for RCF

Wigan, Lancashire (UK)

RCF's new range of digital voice alarms now to be distributed by Signet

C-Tec’s sister company, Signet, has been appointed the exclusive UK distributor of RCF’s innovative new range of EN54-16 and EN54-24 certified digital voice alarm systems.

Two solutions are available: the DXT 3000 and the DXT 9000.

Designed for wall mounting, the DXT 3000 is an intelligent ‘plug-and-play’ wall mounting voice alarm solution for small to medium sized projects where EN54-16 compliance is required. Ideal for supermarkets, schools, offices and more, it represents a practical solution for integrating music and PA with a voice-only emergency evacuation system.

The DXT 9000 is a medium to large range of configurable EN54-16 compliant voice alarm solutions.Versatile and completely scalable, it is suitable for a host of applications, from small schools or hotels to large campuses with multiple buildings.

With C-Tec’s assistance, Signet, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of audio life-safety equipment, will concentrate on promoting the products to companies operating within the fire and security sector.


Tags

Product News

Dahua Technology launches ePoE IP system

Dahua Technology Co., Ltd. is launching a system of extended Power over Ethernet (ePoE) devices including cameras, network switches and network recorders. Dahua ePoE IP system supports up to 800 metres between the ePoE camera and the ePoE network switch or ePoE NVR with an embedded switch. It overcomes the limitations of traditional Ethernet and POE (both restrict cable distances to around 100 metres (328 feet) between network ports) and eliminates the need for Ethernet extension devices or additional network switches.

Business News

Schema for Dahua facial recognition technology

The future is here - when surveillance meets AI

What will the world be like when surveillance meets AI (Analytics Intelligence)?

According to an IHS report from September 2016, security camera shipments continue to grow at 14.1% CAGR and are predicted to reach 190 million units in 2020, despite revenue growth having slowed to 8.1% CAGR. There are just too many cameras and video footage to be digested by human operators. Most security video footage is erased or over-written without being watched. Video Analytics (VA) Technology was once perceived as a solution to automate the utilisation of abundant video footage resources. By means of identifying and tagging the appearance of certain patterns in a video, the VA or AI system could perform search and run statistics on it.

Product Suppliers
Back to top