Ultra-high resolution surveillance cameras

November 2013 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

TeleEye has introduced a set of new analogue surveillance cameras to its portfolio. The new cameras present new options to customers who want to upgrade the performance of their existing analogue coax infrastructures.

“IP technology is getting the limelight, but the reality is a great deal of analogue systems are still around. And these CCTVs are still working perfectly,” said Dr. Wallace Ma, chief marketing officer of the TeleEye Group. More customers want better video quality. But in times of a volatile economic environment, price is often the sticking point when they consider whether to completely overhaul a working CCTV system to the latest IP solution.

“IP cameras are able to capture video in HD quality, but many customers would think twice before making the switch because the cost is at least one or two times more expensive,” Dr. Ma continued. “So for customers who are using an analogue system, replacing only the cameras to ones with a higher image resolution becomes a pragmatic choice because firstly, analogue cameras are competitively priced. Secondly, customers can continue using most of their current monitors and recorders. This saves a lot.”

TeleEye’s new 700 TV Lines (TVL) analogue cameras capture video in one of the highest resolutions that is currently available on the market. Comparing with conventional analogue cameras in either 480 or 540 TVL resolution, the new 700 TVL cameras capture video in ultra high resolution with great details for identification purposes.

In low light conditions, the difference in video quality is dramatically noticeable because the new cameras are built with image sensors equipped with improved light sensitivity. According to IHS, over 80% of the surveillance cameras shipped worldwide in 2012 was analogue. IHS also estimated that global CCTV and video surveillance market will reach a tipping point in 2014 when revenue for network video overtaking analogue for the first time.

Fixed dome cameras: DF108X, DF266X, DF291X, DF297X

Ultra high resolution.

700 TVL image signal processor.

Sony CCD image sensor.

Able to capture sharp and clear images even in low-light conditions.

Ideal for activity monitoring at retail shops, schools, and car parks.

Wall-mount bullet IR cameras: SF285X, SF287X, SF42XT

Ultra high resolution.

700 TVL image signal processor.

Sony CCD image sensor.

True day and night operation with auto IR-cut filter.

IR illumination: SF285X & SF287X are up to 20 m; SF42XT is up to 80 m.

IP66/67 weatherproof.

Suitable for perimeter protection, for instance gardens and parking lots.

For more information contact TeleEye (South Africa), +27 (0)11 557 9200, www.teleeye.com


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