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Eclipse launches Defender and Overwatch

Posted 5 October 2020 · Add Comment

Award-winning security systems provider Eclipse Digital Solutions, has launched two new security fogging devices designed to deter intruders, Defender and Overwatch, which are aimed at the business and retail markets but have already attracted interest from the banking sector.

Above: Defender anti-theft security fog device and Overwatch anti-theft surveillance and security fog device.   
Courtesy Eclipse Digital Solutions

Both devices use proven security fogging technology to help prevent theft and damage to premises if an intruder has gained unlawful access.

Releasing in 0.004 seconds and at a saturable volume of 100 metres cubed, the fog system is a deterrent that gives intruders no time to think and forces them to retreat.

The environmentally friendly blue security fog, which is one of the densest currently available, is completely harmless and safe to breathe.

While Defender is purely a security fogging device, Overwatch provides anti-theft surveillance via a 1080p resolution varifocal lens. Overwatch can also be activated either automatically by personnel on site or by staff at a remote monitoring centre who can view what is happening via the built-in camera.        
Alan Drinkwater, managing director of Eclipse Digital Solutions, said: “We have designed Defender and Overwatch with ease of installation in mind, they can both be retrofitted in place of any existing device that has an 8-core alarm cable.

“Additionally, we understand that customers want a device with an aesthetically pleasing appearance and believe Defender and Overwatch meet that need.”   

Named Security and Fire Excellence Awards Integrator of the Year in 2018, Eclipse’s clients include private businesses and public organisations such as Critical National Infrastructure sites.

ADS member Eclipse Digital Solutions is based in Warrington and Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.

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