Offering a cost effective and easy-to-operate security option, modern analog security cameras deliver high resolution picture quality for improved surveillance capabilities in all types of environment.
Analog cameras work by recording images and sending the signal over a coaxial cable to a DVR (Digital Video Recorder). The DVR converts the video from an analog to a digital signal, compresses the file, and then stores it on a hard drive. Monitors need to be hooked up to the DVR to view the video, or the DVR can be connected to a router and modem to broadcast it over the internet through an internal network. For added flexibility, analog cameras can transmit signals wirelessly or through a wired connection such as a CAT5 cable.
Many of today’s analog cameras—like the ones offered by Interlogix—come with high definition (HD) video capabilities and an impressive array of features, making them ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. An analog HD security camera allows users to record megapixel resolution video using analog components, resulting in 720p or 1080p HD picture quality. These analog HD cameras continue to use standard coax cabling and DVRs and can be easily mixed into an existing analog security camera system, making them affordable, effective and convenient.
Available in many different forms and with an array of different features, today’s analog security cameras provide users a wide choice of application flexibility. Bullet shaped analog cameras can be mounted on the walls or ceilings, capturing images from a fixed area that they’re pointing at. Dome shaped analog cameras are the most common security camera in the surveillance industry today. They are usually tinted to obscure the camera itself, making it impossible to see where the camera is pointing. A PTZ analog camera can be controlled manually or automatically for zooming, tilting, or panning. The camera is encased in a hard-shell dome, which protects it and obscures the camera’s direction from curious onlookers. A turret analog camera is similar in form and installation to the dome cameras. They are ideal for seeing in the dark in indoor and outdoor environments because they have infrared LED capabilities.
Interlogix has a range of analog cameras, including PTZ, infrared, fixed and covert options, which deliver superior optical quality for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications. These cameras are deigned to meet the challenges of the most demanding security environments and are also easy to install, user friendly and cost effective. See how our TruVision cameras can provide effective coverage for your security needs.
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