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Xeno launches range of analogue CCTV products

22 August 2013

Xeno, the entry-level CCTV range from Norbain, has launched a range of analogue products that, is says, are designed to offer simplicity to the installer and the end user.

Suited to smaller installations, these products are said to deliver excellent performance at a market-leading price point.

Products include:
• DVRs
• IR Bullet Cameras
• Internal Domes
• External Domes
• Box Cameras
• Monitors
• Associated Accessories

Mark Pritchard, Divisional Director, comments: “The new Xeno range has now been completely re-designed and is ideal for the needs of the cost-conscious market. The products provide customers with a great quality option, that doesn’t compromise on build quality or functionality.”

A Xeno website has also been launched to provide details on the range.

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