There are a multitude of reasons one might want to split a video signal from their Digital Video Recorder or Network Video Recorder: from being able to view it in multiple rooms in your house, to showing your camera view above a point of sale to alert customers of surveillance. Regardless of the reason, you […]
The VGA to BNC converter is just one of the examples of a digital video security system taking advantage of the component type assembly that leads to its extremely high versatility. Most security video monitors use the BNC connector, although there are a few that can also accept VGA input. The VGA to BNC converter allows the user to connect a VGA output to a BNC output; such might be the case with a DVR that only has one output type available (VGA).
There are basically two types of video surveillance: 1. Overt video surveillance and 2. Covert video surveillance. Each has its own requirements and purpose and Security Camera King has the equipment you need for both types. In this article we'll take a look at both methods and the equipment involved.
Do you need a VGA Monitor Converter? It seems as though when computers have reached their point of obsolescence, apparently the monitor just keeps on going, and going, and going...well you get the point. Also, with the relatively recent use of LCD monitors (which supposedly last longer than the older CRT monitors) it seems as though a small surplus of monitors is beginning to amass amongst John Q. Public.