| Press Release :-|
eVillage Systems announces the launch of SafeHome Security Systems
|Friday: May 30 2006|
|Editorial Summary - Launch of SafeHome Security Systems|
| Salient Features :-|
Bangalore, India- eVillage System announces the launch of SafeHome Security Systems for Homes.
SafeHome Security System has 9 individual Zones and supports wide range of sensors and detectors to suit your needs.
This system also comes with Integrated Panic Switches and powerful hooters loud enough to alert the entire neighbors
and chase away the intruders. SafeHome security Systems supports Home/Away and Day/Night mode to address different
levels of security conditions. SafeHome Security Systems are extremely user friendly and simple to operate.
- - First ever security system designed for home use in India
- - 9 real time protective zones
- - Home/Away Mode
- - Day/Night Mode for ensuring additional safety during night
- - Individually programmable zones
- - Individual Zone Bypass facility
- -Audio-Visual Indicators(9 Zones+ 6 System Status LED?s + 1 Buzzer)
- - Zone tamper detection
- - Extra Loud Hooter
- - Option for additional Hooter
- - Easy to operate user friendly features
- -Over Voltage Protection
- - Standard Maintenance Free Lead Acid Battery Backup up to 6 days* during power failure
|* Under Standard Test Conditions|
About eVillage Systems:
eVillage Systems is a company promoted by Engineers who believe in bringing Innovative products at affordable price to Indian consumers.
We have a broad focus area from Consumer Electronics, Industrial Engineering & Automation, Mechatronics, Sound Systems, Lighting Solutions
to RFID Applications. eVillage Systems also does custom R&D to suit individual company requirements.
We are investing significant amount resources in development of products aimed at Indian consumers. Our development efforts are spread across the world
with engineers working at both in India and United -States of America. Currently, we are setting up full fledged research and development center at Bangalore
and a low cost Assembly and Test Center at Shimoga (roughly 200 miles north of Bangalore).