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Samsung Techwin attends Raytec night time tests

Samsung Techwin : 12 February, 2009  (Company News)
CCTV manufacturer to take part in low light testing of its cameras at night during testing session arranged by CCTV lighting specialist
Samsung Techwin attends Raytec night time tests
Samsung Techwin is participating in a series of night time camera tests hosted by CCTV lighting specialist Raytec.

The test sessions which will take place on 24th February in Leeds, 26th February in Manchester, 10th March in London and 12th March in Bristol, will allow CCTV manufacturers to show installers, system integrators, specifiers and end-users how well their cameras perform in low-light conditions.

"These night time events could not come at a better time for us," said Simon Shawley, Senior Sales Manager, UK & Ireland for Samsung Techwin's Professional Security division. "They will provide us with the perfect opportunity to demonstrate the outstanding low light capabilities of our latest range of cameras, all of which are equipped with Samsung Super Noise Reduction (SSNR) technology, designed specifically for superb low-light performance."

Commenting on Samsung Techwin's participation, Shaun Cutler, a Director of Raytec said: "We are delighted that Samsung Techwin is joining in our night time events. These are intended to examine the 'real world' performance of surveillance systems and so attendees will be given the opportunity to request tests involving specific cameras, lenses and lighting combinations."
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