HD TVI Video Recorders
HD-TVI (High Definition Transport Video Interface) is a new and improved technology where a digital signal converted then transmitted over coaxial cable much like CCTV signals. HD-TVI technology was developed in 2012 by Techpoint, a U.S. based firm). It allows for higher resolution (720p and 1080p) cameras to be recorded over traditional coax infrastructure. TVI is an open-architecture technology allowing it to be used by many manufacturers and can be used in an environment with cameras from multiple manufacturers. HD-TVI is also much more cost effective than HD-SDI technology. HD-TVI Video Recorders receive the signal and convert it back to a digital format for recording and live viewing.
- Uses traditional coax infrastructure
- Can utilize low-cost RG-59 Siamese coax cable
- Lower equipment cost over HD-SDI
- Capable of resolutions up to 1080p
- No transmission delay
- Can transmit RS-485 PTZ signal over coax
- Transmits audio and video over single coaxial cable
- Lossless signal
- Very high reliability
- Video can be transmitted up to 500 meters over coaxial cable
- Open Architecture Technology
Variations in Recorder Technology
Most HD-TVI systems come in linux-embedded systems. Systems can be stacked with DVRs, NVRs and Hybrid recorders using central monitoring software.
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