SnapAV Enters Surveillance Category

SnapAV has entered the surveillance category with a line of cameras, DVRs, and iPhone and Android apps.   The Wirepath bullet camera. SnapAV’s Wirepath Surveillance line-up consists of 8 cameras (dome and bullet styles at 4 levels of performance) and 3 Digital Video Recorders (
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SnapAV has entered the surveillance category with a line of cameras, DVRs, and iPhone and Android apps.

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The Wirepath bullet camera.


SnapAV’s Wirepath Surveillance line-up consists of 8 cameras (dome and bullet styles at 4 levels of performance) and 3 Digital Video Recorders (2 platforms: basic and advanced) with a free supporting iPhone App (an Android App is on the way). Most of the Wirepath Surveillance products are shipping now.

According to SnapAV marketing VP Adam Levy, the company spent more time getting input from dealers about surveillance than any other category it has undertaken. Through surveys and collaborative efforts with its Dealer Council, SnapAV learned that presently 89 percent if its dealers use surveillance products, with nearly 60 percent having a surveillance project at least 4 times each year.

"We wanted to be absolutely certain that the products and prices were where our dealers needed them to be,” Levy said. “We have such confidence in the line that we are supporting it with our Double Money-Back Guarantee.”

SnapAV’s Wirepath Surveillance iPhone and Android Apps enable the user to view and control cameras and DVRs from anywhere in the world via iOS and Android devices. Capabilities include watching live video, searching / playing back recordings and taking screen captures. SnapAV is providing dealers with the remote access at no additional cost.

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