What HD-TVI refers to is High Definition Transport Video Interface. What does it mean you might be wondering? What it essentially means is it is a transport for transmitting videos in security cameras. HDTVI technology was developed by Techpoint. Customers have the ability to connect TVU cameras from multiple manufacturers to the same DVR. The resolution supported by the HD-TVI technology is as follows: 720p, 1080p, 3MP, 5MP, and 4k (8MP). People who already have CCTV systems can easily upgrade to an HD system. How does it do that? That is because it uses the pre-existing cable infrastructure. Post TVI cameras use 1080p resolution.
What it is used for
The video resolution provided by this is either 720p or 1080p in HD. A big benefit is that there is no loss of quality. As a result, there is no delay either. The cables give you the ability to transmit at up to 500m. Why is it important? Because it gives you the ability to upgrade an existing system to a HD system very easily. Along with that, HD-TVI also offers transmission over RG59 coax and low-quality cabling. They are also compatible with HD-TVI cameras. The cables cover audio and are 3 way. Why that matters is that it offers excellent overall performance with the least amount of limitations.
You might wonder what you need to know about recording the video from TVI cameras. The biggest thing to remember is that a HD-TVI DVR has to be used that is compatible. Users can choose to connect all of the same types of cameras to DVRs. Another solution might be using AHD. The price difference between AHD and HD-TVI is very minimal. On top of that, AHD can also support 720p and 1080p HD video resolutions.
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