Home security: Panasonic rolls out wireless video door phones for Indian consumer

Mar 04 2014, 11:16 IST
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Panasonic VL-SW250BX is priced at Rs. 29,000  and the VL-SV30BX costs Rs. 14,900. Panasonic VL-SW250BX is priced at Rs. 29,000 and the VL-SV30BX costs Rs. 14,900.
SummaryPanasonic rolls out its new range of Wireless Video Intercom models, the VL-SW250BX, VL-SV30BX.

Panasonic recently rolled out its new range of Wireless Video Intercom models, the VL-SW250BX and VL-SV30BX, which bring advanced features and ease of operation that play a major role in enhancing home security today.

The need for full-time security in every residential property has become important and essential due to the increasing crime rate and unsafe environment. In line with this, Panasonic introduced these two models with features mentioned below:

* The VL-SW250BX priced at Rs. 29,000, comes with a 5.2 inches color monitor to deliver crisp and clear images with the ability of recording up to 400 pictures at a time. It also has a transfer calling facility that can be used as an ordinary phone plus a host of features for enhancing family communications. Its special voice changing feature enables answering unwanted visitors by changing ones voice. Furthermore, it can record pictures even in the absence of a person, ensuring the house security.

* The VL-SV30BX priced at Rs. 14,900 is a 3.5 inch LCD model which is great for enhancing family security and can be easily installed anywhere at home. It is enriched with a convenient base and hands free talking ability with recording up to 30 different sessions. The device provides connection of two door stations, thus supporting two electric locks.

In terms of value proposition, the company is looking at targeting the premium segment with the introduction of these two models. These are also very useful devices as it becomes more important for those who have kids and old age parents at home. Panasonic Video door phones give them the liberty to speak and see the visitor without actually letting them in the house.

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