HD+ cameras and DVRs deliver 1080p Full HD images over coax cable
Incorporating AHD technology that can deliver superb quality HD images over existing coax cabling, HD+ cameras and DVRs are designed to appeal to end-users who want to capture and record Full HD 1080p images, but are not yet ready to migrate from analogue to an IP network based video surveillance solution.
The competitively priced seven camera models and three DVRs in the HD+ range offer an affordable upgrade path for legacy analogue systems, as well as new installations.
No encoders, converters or switches
The ‘plug & play’ HD+ range supports the transmission of Full HD images (and audio) without any latency or image loss, at distances up to 500m using standard coax. HD+ is highly cost effective because it is very easy to implement and there is no need to incur the cost and time of installing encoders, converters or switches.
Packed with features
All seven camera models offer true Day/Night functionality with an integrated infrared cut filter. They are also equipped with Motion Detection, Dual Power capability and SSNRIV, the latest generation of Samsung’s Super Noise Reduction technology. SSNRIV eliminates image noise in low-light conditions without creating ghosting or blurring and with the additional benefit of up to 70% reduction in bandwidth requirements or video storage space, compared to standard cameras.
Real Time Recording
The three HD+ DVRs can simultaneously record in real-time across all channels, whilst multi-streaming the transmission of images across the network and including mobile devices. Additional features include selectable bandwidth up to 64Mbps, audio support and the choice of HDMI or VGA outputs. By supporting existing analogue cameras, the HD+ DVRs offer users with the opportunity to extend the life of their legacy systems and maximize ROI.
Easy to install
Installers with limited experience of IP network systems will find a HD+ solution comparatively easy to install and commission. HD+ cameras and DVRs are installed using the same procedures as traditional analogue systems. With no converters, network encoders or switches required, and with the option to use existing coax cable, installation time and cost is minimised.