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Brilliant new 2-channel WIFI, Cellular DVR for multiple applications

SerVision’s new, high quality MVG-200 DVR from LiveView is the perfect cost-effective solution for global video and location monitoring from static or moving platforms. Boasting connectivity via WIFI, cellular and LAN/WAN networks this unit allows integrators endless possibilities to stream live video from any virtually any location including rapid deployment CCTV, static locations, public buses, emergency service vehicles, prison transport, cash-in transit, trains and delivery trucks.

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The compact, rugged device is shock and vibration resistant and features an impressive specification:

  • 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

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

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 with a standard 160GB. For more detail contact us or visit http://www.live-view.co.uk/shop/index.php/dvrs-cctv-digital-video-recorders/servision-professional-cctv-dvrs.html

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

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