Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB) May 06, 2014
NuOptic was awarded Special Technology Partner North America by Arecont Vision at ISC West in Las Vegas, for outstanding technology leadership, support and excellence.
The relationship between NuOptic and Arecont Vision began with a custom mount and direct integration with the MegaView security camera line. The pairing of NuOptic’s varifocal illumination technology and the MegaView camera triggered further integration with the HSG2 outdoor housing. This housing now provides a platform for any Arecont Vision security camera to leverage the zoom capability of a VIS illuminator.
“NuOptic makes a fantastic product that we proudly showcase in our MegaLab. The NuOptic team has been very easy to work with on all fronts and we look forward to continued success together,” said Diego Simkin, Arecont Vision’s Technology Partner Manager.
The VIS True Hybrid is NuOptic’s most recent development, winning SIA’s Best New Product award at ISC West just a year ago. A VIS unit is able to focus light real-time by implementing sophisticated precision optics on a motorized lens. This flexible technology enables a variety of options for low light surveillance applications. Most notably, the shadow mode setting which enables a VIS illuminator to adjust its field of illumination to match the varifocal camera’s field of view. By optimizing the amount of light available at the focal point, NuOptic is able to enhance video quality for the camera.
“Arecont Vision has been an early supporter of our VIS technology,” said Brian Gallo, NuOptic’s Vice President of Marketing. “It is an honor to receive this award and even more gratifying to see that the illumination products we develop are raising the standard in security illumination.”
While all of the VIS family of products provide the flexibility of varifocal illumination, the True Hybrid adds wavelength control. A single True Hybrid unit produces infrared light for covert surveillance, enabling zero light pollution which preserves night time environments, while offering the option of triggering to white-light mode with the security camera when a color image or a visible light deterrent is required.
Currently the NuOptic VIS line of products are available in 40 and 80 Watts. Gallo went on to say that lower wattage IP products are in development but did not provide a release date.