Using “PTZ Link” functionality for advanced system design

Posted by Ernesto Vazquez on 1/19/2017 to Learning Center
Using “PTZ Link” functionality for advanced system design
Using “PTZ Link” functionality for advanced system design
 

    Pan/Tilt/Zoom cameras have been a staple of the surveillance industry for decades. With their ability to zoom in or out, and the ease with which they can be physically re-oriented in real time, these high-tech cameras are used daily by security personnel all over the globe to keep eyes on moving targets, and are the go-to solution for monitoring broad, dynamic scenes. While having live operators on staff is undoubtedly one of the more sure fire ways to maximize system efficacy, today we will discuss how to take advantage of our PTZ Link feature to create a self-directing, intelligent monitoring platform.
 

HD-TVI, High Definition Transport Video Interface

Posted by Nathan Baker on 5/23/2016 to Learning Center
High definition transport video interface, or HD-TVI, is one of the most exciting new surveillance camera technologies in the consumer market today. While high definition surveillance has been available for some time with IP cameras and HD analog cameras, both technologies have drawbacks that have prevented widespread consumer adoption. TVI technology is simple and eliminates confusion, and is often compatible with the infrastructure already in place.

Personal Surveillance Systems and Portable CCTV Products

Posted by Nathan Baker on 3/9/2016 to News

The military uses them to monitor missions and troop movements. Athletes use them for training. Tourists, performance artists, video bloggers and podcasters love them. What are they? Personal surveillance systems, of course.

Personal surveillance relies on portable battery powered CCTV cameras. While these devices come in many sizes and shapes, they fall into two basic categories. Body cameras are usually worn on a helmet, hat or lapel, and mostly monitor things happening in front of the user. External cameras, the second category, record the user and the surrounding area. Both technologies make records of the user's interactions with other people.


Did the 4K Ultra-HD Wave Already Crest?

Posted by Nathan Baker on 3/8/2016

The promised land of ultra-high definition lies beyond the domain of 1080P video camera technology, but consumers are already getting a taste of the super-clear images that Ultra HD provides, and they like it. Why not? The field of view is larger, and the high frame rate and resolution of 4K video allows images to be magnified without noticeable blurring. Cinematographers have been shooting in 4K for more than a decade. Judging by the reaction to Sony's latest 4K camcorder debuted at last year's consumer electronics show (CES 2015), the camcorder market is ready now. Why aren't 4K surveillance cameras everywhere?


New Video Door Phones are the wave of the future

Posted by admin on 11/24/2015 to News
New Video Door Phones are the wave of the future
The old method of using video door phones to simply see who is at the door are long gone. Newer technology is paving the way for home owners to fully integrate their home alarms and camera systems with new intercom systems.

Eclipse Security Launches New Dealer-only Website for Sales and Support

Posted by Administrator on 5/17/2015 to News
Eclipse Security Launches New Dealer-only Website for Sales and Support
Eclipse Security continues to serve its customers by launching a new website with interactive support chats and the ability to shop online. Specialized technical support agents are standing by to help installers choose the right equipment for new projects and even assist with troubleshooting existing installations.

Group Deal on New POPO Camera

Posted by Administrator on 5/8/2015 to News
Our new POPO Cam is almost here. To kick off the new product we are offering the first 10 customers a special deal on our product.

What is HD-TVI

Posted by Administrator on 4/16/2015 to Learning Center

HD-TVI also known as High-Definition Transport Video is the most recent in HD technology. HD-TVI solutions can transmit zero latency and both 720p or 1080p HD video with a standard coaxial cable up to 1600’. HD-TVI “tri-brid” recorders are compatible with all HD-TVI cameras, all analog, and supported IP cameras, on any channel and in any configuration.


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