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HD Analog Security

  1. Power Distance Guide for HD and IP

    Use this guide to determine your HD-TVI Cable Power Distances and IP Power Distances. PROBLEM: Cameras aren't powering on or video is dropping in and out. SOLUTIONS: Make sure your cameras are getting the correct amount of power so they can operate properly. FOR HD-TVI CAMERAS: Determine camera model power requirements by review...

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  2. Top 10 Benefits of HD-TVI Technology

    HD-TVI is a format of HD Analog technology. HD-TVI delivers high-resolution megapixel surveillance video at a fraction of the price of IP, and is as simple to install and operate as traditional analog CCTV solutions. Additionally, HD-TVI is capable of supporting longer cable runs than other HD Analog formats – up to 1600' on RG5...

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  3. HD Analog Glossary of Terms

    With its multiple formats and standards, HD Analog brings with it its own set of acronyms and other jargon. Here are some of the more common HD Analog terms and their explanations. HDcctv A set of HD standards developed and defined by the HDcctv Alliance. The HDcctv standards are based upon the broadcast industry’s standards fo...

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  4. HD Analog Compatibility – Advantage: HD-TVI

    There are several HD Analog formats available today – including HD-TVI, HD-SDI, AHD, and HD-CVI – all of which promote some level of compatibility with traditional analog cameras. However, the compatibility of HD-TVI solutions – with analog, HD, and IP cameras – is unparalleled by other HD Analog technologies. ...

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  5. Everything You Need to Know About HD Analog Security

    table, th, td { border: 1px solid black; } th, td { padding: 5px; } HD Analog technology was first introduced to the security industry in 2010, as an alternative technology to network IP video, to deliver HD resolution video over traditional coaxial cable. HD Analog significantly reduces the installation and operat...

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