HDCVI (High Denition Composite Video Interface) is an over-coaxial-cable analog HD video Transmission standard.
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- Available in 1.3 megapixels (720p) and 2 megapixels (1080p). Much better than traditional analog CCTV cameras
Camera Frame Rates
- Accessible with frame rates as high as thirty frames per second (FPS) to achieve real-time recording
Cable Type and Cable Run
- HDCVI cameras traditionally use RG59 cable like RG59/U, BNC cable, Siamese cable, etc., and specifically, they use solid copper RG59 cable.
- In order to connect HDCVI cameras to both DVR and power supply(ies), BNC connectores (twist-on, crimp, compression) and DC power terminals are used.
- HDCVI cameras also have an incredible video transmission distance of up to 1600 feet, but still require power within 300 feet if using a 12V DC power supply box.
- The power distance can be easily increased by using a 24VAC power source but a 24VAC to12VDC power converter will be required at each camera end to down-convert to 12VDC which is required by almost all HDCVI cameras.
- HDCVI cameras will require either an individual power supply, or power distribution box.
- HDCVI is paired with the HDCVI DVR. In this system, the coaxial cable will be hardwired right to the back of the DVR