Video Surveillance

4K Over Coax Offers New Options for Indoor/Outdoor Security Cameras

11 August 2017

The HDCVI 4K over coax cameras. Source: Dahua Technology USAThe HDCVI 4K over coax cameras. Source: Dahua Technology USA

Dahua Technology USA is now shipping its 4K and multi-sensor cameras for coaxial infrastructure.

The devices are based on Dahua’s HD over coax technology and are targeted at the security industry. Dahua claims the HDCVI series includes the first 4K over coax surveillance cameras to provide a new number of options for users of coaxial infrastructure and to maximize legacy systems investment.

The 4K HDCVI cameras are available in box, dome and bullet models and offer 8 megapixel resolution. The box version provides a 140 dB wide dynamic range (WDR) while the dome and bullet cameras provide 120 dB WDR with a 7-11 mm motorized lens.

The HDCVI multi-sensor features 180-degree panoramic views with three individual 2 megapixel in all-in-one IP67 weather resistant indoor/outdoor housing.

Dahua says the cameras reduce installation time, increase operator efficiency and provide a clutter-free pleasing camera layout.

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