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ESP targets professional CCTV sector

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ESP has developed a brand new IP (Internet Protocol) CCTV range to satisfy growing demand from customers and meet the needs of a changing marketplace which is moving from analogue to IP.

The new IP POE CCTV range is designed to offer reliable and straightforward installation solutions for a range of applications, from domestic through to larger and more complex commercial projects. The range features POE (Power-Over-Ethernet), which enables the camera and power feed to be wired in Cat5e cable up to 100 metres without the need for additional power, which makes installation more convenient. A single Ethernet cable provides both the power and the HD digital feed, with just one cable per camera, and multiple cameras can be installed anywhere on the network that the NVR is connected do.

Processing power, an abundance of features, versatility and high resolution IP CCTV all combine to make this an alternative to traditional analogue systems.

There are two distinct IP ranges available – the REKOR IP 2 megapixel range, which has been tailored for the domestic market, and the HDView IP 5 megapixel range, which is aimed at larger applications with a wide choice of NVR and camera selection.

All NVRs offer a number of features, such as remote monitoring via the ESP IPView app, H265 compression, and motion record activation, and they are supplied with quality surveillance hard drives for peace of mind. 

For further information on the new IP CCTV range from ESP, visit


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