Analog systems, based on coaxial cabling, still dominate today’s video surveillance market. There are approximately 400 million analog cameras in use throughout the world. The demand for high definition from end-users is increasing, but the need to change the cabling for a HD system can be expensive. With no new cabling or IP setup required, HDCVI is one option for upgrading existing Analog systems to high definition, offering longer transmission via coaxial cable and lower total cost.
HDCVI is a solution for megapixel high definition applications, featuring non-latent long-distance transmission at a lower cost. The HDCVI solution incorporates both cameras and DVRs. The technology offers two specifications: 1080p (1920×1080) and 720p (1280×720).
Transmitting data over 500m over a coaxial cable can be realized, depending on the cable selected. Cable 75-3 and 75-5 are recommended for transmissions within 500m, cable 75-5 and above for over 500m. Connectors and welding process also affect the transmission distance.
• Low cost upgrade to analog HD effortlessly (simple installation).
• Megapixel & uncompressed image quality.
• Long range & non-latency reliable video transmission without additions of relay devices.