Firetide addded an all-in-one camera with mesh wireless node. With the wireless node, the encoder and the camera all in a single housing, it looks bulky. Nonetheless, this can be useful to simply deployments and on-site setups. Firetide is certainly not the first company to package these components together. Nonetheless, it is interesting to see Firetide now provide their own 'kit'.
The kit is designed to be customized with the cameras and encoders that the customer requires. As such, it is not a commercial off the shelf 'stock' product.
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