Need Fiber for Security Cameras?

Fiber Optic Media Converters like the Signamax 065-1196A series, are the economical bridge between a copper infrastructure and an optical fiber run.  Even in smaller security networks the obstacle to reach distances greater than 100 meters will require an extension over fiber.
Fiber Camera Layout
Imagine a property with a copper-based network that has decided to increase their security parameters by installing additional cameras.  The additional coverage could be around the parking lot, a multi-story building, or maybe the property has multiple structures that will require extended data transmissions.  Once the copper-base recommended distance is breached between the cameras and the network video recorder, the transmission will typically work intermittently or not at all. To ensure the investment meets its intentions a span of optical fiber with the existing copper-base will allow a more reliable transmission for the extended span by decreasing the electromagnetic interference between the cameras and the NVR.
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How to connect your CCTV DVR to your phone the easy way!

If you’ve ever had to network a security DVR you know it can be a challenge. Many DVR manufactures will push the task onto the buyer of the DVR and point fingers to the router that you are using saying it’s their problem or maybe the local service provider you need to work with is the fabulous AT&T and getting that port open on their Uverse cable modem/router is a nightmare.

Save a headache and use the Quick Connect feature from Bolide. All you do is scan the code on your DVR with your phone and your done! Let’s check out the how-to YouTube video.

Another cool feature is you now can get 720p high definition over analog for the same price as the older analog cameras systems! Give the finger to the high prices of megapixel cameras.

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Everfocus High Definition HD-SDI vs. High Resolution Analog

When it comes to viewing and recording your security footage you want the best solution for your application. Let’s first get familiar with the ECOR960 DVR.

Recording footage at 960TLV is awesome considering a few years ago we commonly seen 380TVL camera footage, yuck! Let’s check out the High Definition Hybrid DVR.

Cool thing about this DVR is if you have areas of your location that need a full 1080P solution, especially for facial recognition you get four HD-SDI ports and use the four analog for areas that aren’t a high security concern.

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