HDcctv Alliance, a video surveillance standards organization, has ratified the next generation of its high definition (HD) security video standard, HDcctv 2.0. The new specifications have been developed for equipment that can produce HD video without the need for IP cameras or Ethernet cabling within a secured premise, according to the Alliance.
SSI Staff · March 03, 2014
Signal transmission methodology is an essential ingredient to optimize a video surveillance system. While more than half of existing systems use coaxial, Ethernet cabling is growing fast as IP-based systems proliferate. And then there’s fiber optics. Learn how to evaluate and balance critical factors to achieve the best results.
March 05, 2013
Channel Vision of Costa Mesa, Calif., presents the B-204 IP camera balun over coax converter kit.
SSI Staff · April 02, 2012
T3 Innovation of Camarillo, Calif., releases the Coax Clarifier layout/fault finder, which helps field technicians locate dark, unpowered coax systems.
SSI Staff · February 06, 2012
The CLFE4US1TPC by ComNet Communication Networks of Danbury, Conn., is an Ethernet switch that combines four 10/100TX Ethernet signals and transports them over one coaxial cable or RJ-45 cable.
SSI Staff · October 16, 2011
ComNet Communication Networks of Danbury, Conn., releases the CWFE1POCOAX, which transports IP video from the camera using existing coaxial cable while delivering operating power for the devices be transported back through the same coaxial cable.
SSI Staff · May 12, 2011
In an upcoming study featured in SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION
's April 2011 issue, research shows integrators are still using coax in 39 percent of new installations, so there is going to be a lot of coax out there for the near future ...
Bob Grossman · March 29, 2011
Berk-Tek of New Holland, Pa., announces the availability of a new high density distribution fiber-optic cable, designated ACP (aramid connect plenum).
SSI Staff · June 30, 2010
Vigitron of San Diego introduces the MaxiiCopper IP Extender line. The extenders are designed for UTP applications (Vi2301) and extend digital signals over coaxial cables (Vi2401).
SSI Staff · April 30, 2010
Today's technicians are faced with many choices when it comes to routing and securing system cabling. Should the cable go in a raceway or conduit, be surface mounted, and if so, how should that cable be properly secured? Knowing the best technique and hardware for accomplishing cable management can be a time- and money-saver for any installation company.
June 30, 2009