ERA Protect floodlight camera arrives
As part of the next generation of wireless smart home security, ERA has introduced the ERA Protect Floodlight Camera. Accredited by the BSI IoT (British Standards Institute Internet of Things), the innovative Floodlight Camera is part of the new ERA Protect range, which also includes the Alarm and Outdoor Camera.
Working harmoniously together, the entire ERA Protect system is controlled via an intuitive smartphone app enabling users to access images of their property at any time from any location.
Offering discrete security as it looks like a floodlight only with no indication that it also incorporates a camera, the ERA Protect Floodlight Camera is designed to work with the alarm via the app giving not only on demand recording when in live view for instant recordings but also allows the user to check on and monitor their property at anytime from anywhere in the world. The ERA Protect Floodlight Camera features high resolution 1080P HD for a high picture quality.
Reassuringly, if the internet has failed and the Alarm has been triggered, thanks to the in-built Alarm SIM, data collected via the Floodlight Camera will still be recorded and stored directly to ERA’s GDPR-compliant UK-based Cloud.
Further Floodlight Cameras, which are installed in such a way that protects cabling to avoid vandalism by intruders, can be added easily to the system at any time. In addition a professional monitoring subscription is available. With the flexibility to opt in and out – use permanently or just when you are away on holiday for example – this feature brings real peace of mind to consumers.
Tania Tams, Head of Marketing at ERA said,: “Innovative and robust, our ERA Protect Floodlight Camera holds the BSI IoT Kitemark, along with the other products within the range. ERA is the first company in the industry to attain this prestigious mark of quality.
“ERA Protect has been researched, designed and produced to the highest quality and has the well-known ERA commitment to service to back it up – welcome to the next generation.”