Key Features and Capabilities
HD-TVI Technology – High-definition video over coax. HD-TVI sends zero latency 720p or 1080p full HD video over RG59 coax cabling. HD-TVI cameras and DVRs offer the advantages of HD resolution video, but are as easy to install as standard analog CCTV equipment. HD-TVI enables longer cable runs for long distance installations, with transmission distances of up to 1600′ over RG59 coax cables.
Dual Resolution Output – Supports HD-TVI and Analog technologies. The camera supports both HD-TVI and analog resolutions. This enables you to utilize traditional analog, or take advantage of high-definition, full-HD video, based on your application needs.
PTZ Control Over Coax – Convenient PTZ control. The camera offers PTZ Coaxitron support and provides convenient PTZ control over coax cabling with compatible Alibi HVRs. This eliminates the need to run an RS-485 line for data, along with setting up traditional PTZ controls for camera address, baud rate, and protocol. Using this Alibi HD-TVI PTZ camera with a compatible Alibi HVR provides plug-and-play PTZ control for simple installation and ease-of-use.
True Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) – Gain better images in diverse lighting conditions. This feature enables the camera to take multiple images while capturing video at different exposure levels. It combines the images for the best balance, and compensates for lights and darks for perfectly exposed images in both bright and shadowed areas of a diversely lit scene. True WDR also reduces video noise.
3D Digital Noise Reduction (3D-DNR) – Get exceptional video image quality with less noise. 3D-DNR incorporates frame-to-frame noise reduction with spatial noise reduction to produce clear video images with less noise, in low light conditions. Noise reduction is critical for video because noise affects image quality. Cameras with 3D-DNR produce sharper, more accurate video images.
True Day/Night (ICR) – Enjoy around-the-clock surveillance. Our day/night cameras with true day/night (ICR) deliver a sharp image in low light and nighttime conditions. An IR cut filter blocks out infrared light to produce true-to-life color images during the daytime. In low light conditions and at night, the filter is removed, letting infrared light pass through to provide crisp, well-defined black and white images.
Privacy Zone Masking – Keep desired areas private. Set zones for select areas within the camera’s field of view that need to be excluded when viewing and recording video. These areas are overlaid with a privacy mask so that video of the specified zones cannot be viewed or recorded.