Archive for the ‘HD SDI CCTV’ Category

Cobra Alpha HD SDI DVR

Monday, May 14th, 2012

CCTV direct has announced that it is is launching a new range of  HD SDI CCTV equipment at IFSEC 2012. The HD-SDI CCTV range is priced to be almost as cheap as analogue CCTV equipment bring HD to many rather than the few.

The range will include a world first, an HD SDI PTZ dome camera. This will be complimented by a smart IR bullet camera and two HD… Continue reading

Who is looking beyond IP surveillance?

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

PSI magazine, a very well respected monthly security publication has recently ran an excellent article with the very clever headline “Know IP or no IP” . Essentially the article centred on how the security industry is embracing (or in many cases not embracing) IP technology in order to drive sales and move the industry forward to another level. Several commentators take a view on whether the CCTV industry as whole… Continue reading

IFSEC 2012 HD CCTV and security Exhibition

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

IFSEC is now just around the corner. Over the next few days we will be reviewing who will be exhibiting, their product ranges and what  to look out for if you are attending the show this year. IFSEC 2012 will be introducing new technology zones  and some of the most interesting products to look out for this year will be HD CCTV solutions. HD IP , HD CCTV and… Continue reading

Apollo HD SDI DVR

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

The new Apollo HD SDI DVR has now been officially launched. This 4 channel HD SDI CCTV package is capable of producing high quality images at 1080P using existing coax as its transmission medium. This keeps the installation simple and infrastructure costs low at the same time as providing HD images without the need to go down the… Continue reading

Forget cat 5, Coax becomes the new buzz word!

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

For many years now the CCTV industry has been gearing up for change. Coax infrastructure that has been in place for years was looking like it had served its purpose and manufacturers and installers everywhere started to gear up towards CAT5 and IP. The reasons were simple, IP CCTV offered unlimited flexibility and HD images . This is what our industry has been hoping for for years but the process… Continue reading