XLP Low Power Video Surveillance System by Longwatch

Nov. 29, 2010
Hibernates until triggered to save energy.

The Longwatch XLP Low Power Video Surveillance System is powered by solar cells and batteries and is ideal for remote locations. It hibernates in a low-power standby mode until an external sensor alerts it.

The system then records a short video alarm clip and transmits it to a remote operator at a central HMI/SCADA system. It can begin capturing video within 7 seconds – up to ten times faster than digital cameras.

Once the operator is alerted, he or she can command the Longwatch to transmit live video, and remotely pan, tilt, and zoom the site cameras to further investigate process or intrusion alarms.

For more information, visit www.longwatch.com

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