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The distribution agreement signed with sit will allow CCTV Center incorporate a new range of products to your catalog, composed of cable sensor-based detection solutions, microwave, barrier and electrostatic sensors.

CCTV Center sells Senstar

CCTV Center It has signed an agreement to distribute in Spain intrusion detection and perimeter protection systems of Senstar.

With headquarters in Ottawa (Canada) and over 35 years of experience ensuring all facilities and perimeters, Senstar develops and manufactures solutions for intrusion detection and perimeter protection.

Senstar LM10The technology that offers include fiber optic sensors, coaxial cable, buried, microwave, barrier and electrostatic, as well as specific solutions for protection and detection of leaks in ducts and pipes, both gas and liquid.

Also, Thanks to the recent absorption of the company, also Canadian, Aimetis, specialised in management of intelligent video analytics and IP video surveillance cameras, Senstar perimeter sensors combined with advanced analytics and video management solutions to offer an integrated technology package that ensures more effective protection.

AimetisFor the CCTV Center distributor, the agreement with Senstar allows you to incorporate a completely new range of products to your catalog such as the cable sensor-based detection solutions, microwave, barrier and electrostatic sensors.

"Perimeter Senstar protection solutions come to complete our already wide range of video-based perimeter security solutions, radar and thermal imaging cameras. This agreement represents a great opportunity to strengthen our position as the supplier of reference in perimeter protection projects, especially for large perimeters of high security protection", says Alberto Bernabé, CEO of CCTV Center.

Senstar UltraWaveNow, Senstar solutions protect thousands of installations around the world covering more than 50.000 kilometers of fences and their video division has more of 15.000 installations of the hand over of 800 partners and integrators.

It has three research and development centres and with the world's largest private test field, located in Ottawa, where your systems are tested at temperatures from - 40 ° C to + 40 ° C throughout the year to ensure the best performance even in the most adverse weather conditions.

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By • 30 Oct, 2018
• Section: Control Systems, Detection, Business