The new analog technology allow cameras and DVRs to capture up to 700 TVL, the highest TVL available to date. 960H represents the number of horizontal pixels in the CCD image sensor. 960H is the highest resoltuon available for analog CCTV and provides 30% increase in resolution in comparison to D1. The greater the resolution the higher the definition of the video image. 960H enables the CCTV camera to obtain high resolutions of up to 700TVL. A 960H DVR must complement the 960H camera to realize the high resolution video.
With previous D1 DVRs, although you may have 650TVL analog camera, you can only record at D1 resolution which can clearly discern only up to 540TVL. With the new 960H DVR, not only can it capture high-resolution 700TVL cameras, but it can also enhance the recording quality of the existing cameras as its full resolution of up to 700TVL will be realized.
- An increase in the number of pixels 30% resulting in significantly enhance picture detail
- 700TVL highest resolution currently available in Analog
- Backward compatible with D1 cameras and DVRs
- Easily replaces existing analog installations
HDCCTV using HD-SDI (High Definition Serial Digital Interface)
- HD-SDI: Digital Full HD, 1080p, 2MP video signal over coax
- Eliminate network and required equipment, design, installation and maintenance costs
- Dramatically lower your customers’ TCO for their HD video system
- Dedicated 1.5Gbps channel for each camera allows full quality uncompressed HD transmission in real-time
- Eliminate network bottlenecks and limits on number of HD cameras per install
- HD-SDI allows for long cable runs, at 490 feet.
- Simplified video recording system architecture means high reliability fro high-security video
- Embedded Linux recorder/server means low operating costs and supremely transmission stream to available network bandwidth
- Available accessories include coax repeaters and fiber optic transmitter and receiver
- Minimal video processing for low latency and a quick live-view
- Upgrade most existing analog CCTV systems to HD without re-wiring