HD-CVI Megapixel via coaxial cable HD-CVI (High Definition Composite Video Interface) is a new standard for transmitting high resolution videos (720p/1080p), data and audiosignals via common coaxial cable.
The interface The CVI interface is specially designed for transmitting high resolution videosignals in the field of videosurveillance. The cameras are connected via BNC connections and 75 ohm coaxial cables (e.g., RG59) – as has been common practice in video surveillance technology for decades. You can continue using this infrastructure of your existing systems.
Cable length The quadrature amplitude modulation of the signals (video, data, audio) allows for a significant reduction of data volume. Cable lengths up to 500m with HD (720p) or up to 300m with Full HD (1080p) are possible, even with the standard coaxial cable used for decades in video surveillance.
Resolution With the maximum resolution of HD-CVI cameras (1080p / Full HD) you can display and record five times as much image information as with common analog camera models. Image scanning is progressive, so that moving objects will always be displayed sharp and in detail.