Analog video surveillance System: Analog Camera products

Analog Camera products:

We offer Analog Camera products according to users’ needs.
Analog CCTV cameras transfer the video signals in analog form (electrical signals), usually use coaxial cables for the cabling, and have the videos recorded by a DVR (Digital Video Recorder), where each single CCTV camera is directly connected to the DVR.

Analog HD cameras are easy to install and use, and come packed with features like night vision, digital zoom, wide-angle lenses, and inbuilt video analytics for smart surveillance. Designed rugged, these cameras bring your home/ office on your phone/ tablet/ laptop. View live footage of your home/ office from wherever you.

An IP camera, or Internet protocol camera, is a type of digital security camera that receives and sends video footage via an IP network. They are commonly used for surveillance. Unlike analogue closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV), IP cameras do not require a local recording device, only a local network. IP cameras can be used for remote monitoring. They can also be integrated into security systems and can be remotely monitored using a web browser or mobile phone.

An IP camera is typically mounted on a wall or ceiling. It has a lens that captures video footage. The video footage is then digitized and sent via an IP network to a computer or other device for viewing.

IP cameras are available in a variety of resolutions, from low-resolution VGA to high-resolution 4K. They can also be equipped with night vision, motion detection, and other features.

Video cameras are used in surveillance and security systems, as well as many other applications.
An analogue camera is a traditional camera used in CCTV systems. It sends video over cable to VCRs or DVRs. IP cameras are all digital cameras that can send signals over cable to be stored in the network. Many security camera systems today are hybrid systems incorporating both analogue and digital components.

Analogue cameras use an image sensor to capture light from the scene and create an electrical signal. This signal is then converted into digital format by an analogue-to-digital converter (ADC). The video data is then transmitted to a display device such as a monitor, television, or Computer.