What is hdcvi camera?

HDCVI cameraHDCVI cameras are truly amazing security camera system that consist different types of main aspects. There are 3 major components of hardware such as DVR, coaxial cables and the cameras. The camera is the main part because it captures what is really happening and see in your screen. Therefore, there are various types of features in the hdcvi cameras which are valuable and useful for security.

Features of hdcvi

These hdcvi cameras are mostly designed to get you higher definition video. These security cameras boast 1MP, which is able of HD video recording in 1280x720p for the 720p security camera systems or 2.1MP that can make video in complete 1920x1080p HD resolution for the 1080p security camera systems. They include the flexibility to switch between higher definitions to normal definition to assure storage supplies. Every camera comes with fixed IR LEDs that automatically notice conditions of light and can shoot in the night time or detect movement. These security cameras systems have a rating of IP66 weather-resistance hence you can select to place them inside or outside according to your need.

HDCVI cameras including the TX or transmitting chip and utilize the similar audio, video and configuration interfaces at the same time as the RX or receiving chip in the DVR. These types of interfaces are all industry standard that permits for compatibility through numerous peripheral equipment or Image Signal Processor (ISP). The HDCVI requirement allows these 960h cameras to record at some frame rate formats such as 25fps, 30fps, 50fps and 60fps.

Video : HDCVI – Local Access Setup for PC


About Tom Smith

I am a security expert with many years experience in hdcvi consulting and personal security contracting. I have recommended many security camera systems to 100′s of individuals and businesses.
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