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Welcome to our news for Professional Security Companies, Systems Integrators and Wireless CCTV users.

New 2-channel WIFI, Cellular DVR for multiple applications

LiveView are delighted to offer SerVision’s new, MVG-200 recorder to Integrators and Security Companies. The MVG-200 is a cost-effective solution for video monitoring from static and moving platforms boasting connectivity via WIFI, cellular and LAN/WAN networks. It provides endless possibilities to stream video from virtually any location including rapid deployment CCTV, public buses, emergency service vehicles, prison transport, cash-in transit, trains and delivery trucks.

The compact, rugged MVG-200 is shock and vibration resistant and features an impressive specification:

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  • Two video channels
  • Bi-directional audio
  • D1 and VGA recording
  • Built-in WIFI for wireless backup or WAP
  • Event driven recording, including pre/post alarm
  • Built-in GPS and G-Force sensor (optional)
  • PTZ control
  • Video motion detection
  • Monitor output
  • Digital input & activator relay
  • Geo-fencing, Route Deviation, Speed Alerts
  • Low power consumption  (12W, 9-36V DC)
  • 4GB microSD card (optional 32GB)
  • Mounting feet

For more detail, prices or to discuss a demo contact us: http://www.live-view.co.uk/contact_us.php

The MVG-200 is ideal for a multitude of applications:

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Wind turbine monitoring cameras using cellular connectivity

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Emergency services, rapid deployment, body worn, trucks, aircraft and boats ….

Need 4- camera channels ? Take a look at the MVG-400

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SerVision’s MVG-400 DVR from LiveView is the big brother of the 2-channel MVG-200 with 4-channels. It has a great array of features with the added advantage of recording to removable hard disk drives up to 1TB. For more detail contact us: http://www.live-view.co.uk/contact_us.php

Whatever your wireless CCTV need you can be sure that LiveView can help.

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