Posts Tagged ‘Emizon’

Dual path IP monitoring

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Dual path IP monitoring.

It is clear to see the benefits that a dual path monitoring system can
bring to any security system. Peace of mind for the customer and
almost always a prerequisite of the insurance company, it is obvious
two paths are better one.

Line cuts.

In the not too dim and distant past single path monitored phone
connections were all too common. On many… Continue reading

International Security Exhibitions

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

We may be based in the UK, but we always like to follow some of the up and coming International Exhibitions!

Volcano ash permitting, we are looking to bring good information on emerging technologies from the following exhibitions in 2010

ESSEN – Essen, Germany 5th to 8th October

ASIS – Texas, USA 12th to 15th October

ISC EAST – New… Continue reading

CCTV and Emizon

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Dual path broadband monitoring for CCTV.

CCTV monitoring using a DVR as the main recording device and transmitting medium is becoming ever more popular. It seems like the ideal solution and it is in many ways but one thing is often omitted from the spec and installers neglect the most important security feature . This is the broadband connection to the central station.


Emizon IP communicator. Secure broadband monitoring

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

IP CCTV monitoring communicator.

Over the last 15 years one of the biggest growth areas in CCTV and

security has been remote CCTV monitoring. A fantastic concept it has

been an easy sale once a customer is convinced a third party will be

looking after his site for him for a fraction of the cost of a

security… Continue reading

Emizon 21 line monitoring solution.

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

Emizon  FAQ.

What is Emizon and why is it different?

Emizon is dual path signalling device used for the security industry. Uniquely its primary path is IP and its secondary path is GPRS. It has been developed to fit into the new world of IP and is an obvious option to monitor broadband telephone lines.

Is it compliant with BT 21 CN fibre upgrade. Also does it replace