Kansas City company American Digital Security (ADS) has been running a promotion that started this summer and has been scheduled to last indefinitely; in their continued efforts to assist customers with transitioning from older analog camera systems to megapixel-capable Clearpix servers. The campaign began after countless customers were finding their older DVR’s unable to be repaired due to end of life manufacturing on integral components required for those repairs. With a growing number of systems that had lasted for sometimes as long as eight years, now failing; the need became clear for a promotion of this nature.
While some transitions of this magnitude may require a complete overhaul of the previous DVR and its cameras, that is not the case in this package. The package includes enough Clearpix encoders to accommodate the sixteen analog cameras maintained from the analog system. This means that all the old cable runs and cameras can be utilized within the new environment. Though the cameras themselves will still be analog and thus their imaging will not improve, it does provide a much more cost effective means by which that conversion can gradually take place.
The package includes a 1TB Dell™ tower, a monitor, an eight port Netgear™ switch, four Clearpix encoders, Clearpix software licensing for the encoders and remote access via mobile devices, plus a three year full service and maintenance agreement. The tower being a Dell™ product, also has direct warranty handling with their support, while at the same time carrying the reliability the brand has become known for. The monitor being a 19″ full HD LED with HDMI capability assures that once megapixel cameras are introduced their quality can be easily recognized. The eight port Netgear™ switch has four ports of POE for powering and integrating the encoders. The four Clearpix encoders will connect prior analog cameras into this IP megapixel-capable system. The licensing may require additional purchase if all the encoders are utilized and customers wish to add a megapixel camera to the mix, but does include the capability for remote viewing via mobile devices such as the iPhone, iPad, and Droid devices. Ice that cake with the three year warranty on all the products and you have a cake that can likely wet many an appetite.
This entire package including installation and cabling is currently priced at $3595, which is literally a fraction of what most companies had paid for the initial installation of analog systems. ADS records indicating past costs not much lower than $8,000 and often as high as even $15,000 or more; can make the value of this promotion vividly clear. Certainly if you’ve been looking for the right time to upgrade your camera system, that time is now. Click here to be directed to ADS’s official website, don’t give those older DVR’s any more chances to let you down by beginning the transition today!