AHD Cameras Explained
AHD CCTV stands for “analog high definition”. It is a new HD surveillance video standard for CCTV cameras and DVRs. AHD currently supports High Definition 720p,1080p & 4MP, 5MP & 8MP AHD
MegaPixel IP Cameras
Multiply the horizontal resolution by the vertical resolution to arrive at a value which expresses the total number of pixels that the image device can deliver.
PTZ is an abbreviation for pan, tilt and zoom and reflects the movement options of the camera. Other types of cameras are ePTZ or virtual pan-tilt-zoom (VPTZ) where a high-resolution camera digitally zooms and pans into portions of the image, with no physical camera movement.
NVR (Network Video Recorder): Unlike its predecessor, the DVR, a NVR is not limited to be in the same area as your cameras cabling to one section. The unit can be placed virtually anywhere, it simply just needs to be on the same LAN network as the IP based cameras.
Its Pentabrid DVR functionality (aka XVR) means that is compatible with all of the latest HD over coax signal types, i.e. HDCVI, TVI, AHD, and traditional standard definition CCTV cameras.
There is a need for surveillance cameras to film with clear images in a variety of environments.
Sony's image sensors meet this need by providing high-sensitivity performance suitable for night filming.
BitVision can run in phone or pad, includes android and IOS systems. User can connect IPC, DVR, NVR, XVR and fisheye camera by phone and PC client. The connection between client and IPC, DVR, NVR, XVR and fisheye camera.
XMeye can run in phone or pad, includes android and IOS systems. User can connect IPC, DVR, NVR, XVR by phone and PC client. This product is our legacy solution and is only compatible with Teravision recorders from pre-2019