Posted by Administrator on 4/16/2015
HD-TVI Camera Technology
Commonly known as: TVI,TVI HD, HD TVI, HD-TVI
HD-TVI is the most recent in HD Analog technology. HD-TVI solutions are able to transmit zero latency for both 720p or 1080p HD video by using normal coax cabling up to 1600’. Tribrid HD-TVI recorders are compatible with all HD-TVI security cameras, all analog cameras, IP surveillance cameras, on any channel or configuration.
HD-TVI provides similar resolution to the other HD CCTV formats available. HD-TVI offers high quality images that are capable of longer transmissions. HD-TVI is the most flexible option for hybrid capabilities, camera compatibility and overall installation configurability.
|Capabilities of HD-TVI |
|Distance of Transmission|| (RG59) Coaxial Cable||1600 ft|
| (CAT5) Twisted Pair||700 ft |
|DVR Compatibility||Analog CCTV||Any channel, in any configuration|
|HD||Any channel may be an HD-TVI camera, in any configuration|
|IP||Some DVRs support IP cameras. Many support 2 channels of IP in any configuration|
Benefits & Features of HD-TVI
Supports 720p and 1080p HD-TVI cameras and 960H Analog.
Supports up to 720p,1080p and 960H Analog cameras.
Transmits with "0" latency over standard coax cable.
Backwards compatibility with any analog cameras and coaxial cables.
Great support for long-distance installations
Digital zoom in both live and playback mode
“Tri-brid” recorder accepts standard definition analog (CIF-960H), HD-TVI (720p & 1080p) and supported IP cameras, on any channel, in any configuration
Does not display 1080p full HD resolution
Comparison: HD-TVI vs. Other HD Analog Formats
Great image quality vs. HD-CVI and AHD
Has the longest transmission distance for all resolutions
Compatibility with the most analog & HD cameras
Most flexible for DVR channel configuration
Only HD format to provide IP camera support on up to 2 channels
Their is no disadvantage to HD Analog formats