Advanced imaging technology

April 2003 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

JVC announces the new colour camera with video output via a twisted pair cable, model TK-C720ETP. Using the latest in advanced imaging technology this 1/3" high resolution CCD camera delivers excellent picture quality, courtesy of 470 lines of horizontal resolution and 1,5 lux sensitivity.

This is the first twisted pair camera to be added to JVC's extensive range of CCTV cameras.

With the camera's inbuilt TP transmission and monitor output for local camera and lens adjustment, it has been developed by JVC directly to meet the needs of today's installers. This compact camera operates seamlessly with most receivers on the market and is ideal for CCTV installations where cable runs of up to 900 m+ are achievable.

"With the increasing uptake of UTP cable use by CCTV installers, twisted-pair transmission systems are rapidly becoming the first choice for a broad range of security and CCTV installations where structured cable runs save time and money," comments Lee Elliott, sales manager - CCTV. "With the launch of the TK-C720ETP, JVC is maintaining its leading role in the CCTV field, by capturing sharp and stable images with the brightness and contrast to compete in any lighting conditions, however challenging."



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