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June 24, 2016

Sibell HD-TVI Security Camera System

Let’s take the way back time machine to 1951 when the first videotape recorder was introduced.  With a staggering price tag of fifty thousand dollars without even factoring in inflationary cost.  Today in the United States there are literally millions of security cameras in each state.  Security Video can now be accessed and viewed simultaneously […]
June 17, 2016
HD TVI Security Camera

HD-TVI Security Camera

HD Analog Technology for Security Cameras first appeared in the Surveillance Industry scene around 2010.  Many HD analog platforms have been developed with favorable outcomes for the end user.  HD-SDI (high definition serial digital interface), AHD (analog high definition), HD-CVI (high definition composite video interface) and HD-TVI (high definition transport video interface).  Although all HD […]
May 5, 2016

Death of Analog

In the closed circuit television (CCTV) or surveillance industry, we are seeing some major changes that are causing an older technology to become antiquated and obsolete.  This is kind of sad day in the market since it was the industry’s first technology and what helped it to grow and develop the way it did.  The technology is […]
April 18, 2016

Configuring Your NVR System

How do I begin to configure my NVR System? We often get questions like this and “how do I test and configure my camera system?”  To be honest, this question is very specific to the individual customer. Configuring your NVR system depends on which cameras and recording system you’ve chosen and how you will be […]
April 14, 2016

DATA PROTECTION: Secure your Infromation

Data protection: Secure your information before it becomes too late.   Security can be a very obscure word. The context of the word is crucial in understanding if you are actually secure.  If locked doors made items secure we would have no need for Security Cameras. If our network devices were immune to remote access […]