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What is HD-TVI? I seen on this site a definition on HD-CVI?

 

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Randy Duly

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Randy,

 

Check out this article for the differences. 

 

http://www.securitycameraking……ifference/

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Great article. It sound like both technology would be great in replacing old analog DVR’s. But then the question is, “is the current Siamese cable good enough?” Especially when going great distances. I have a particular client in mind as they have a couple camera runs, one is 965′ long and the other is 1100′ long.

What suggestions do you have for this?

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Randy 

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Randy,

 

Both technologies have their benefits.  If you are using high grade pre-existing wiring then you should be able to reach those distances at 720p no problem.  The problem comes in when you are trying to get 1080p at those distances.  You really should be using high quality pure copper RG6 to achieve 1080p up to 1000 feet, but you will need to find power within 200 – 350 feet to power the camera. 

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Thank you Ryan for replying and connecting me to the article. I have been researching different options as I have my problem in a different topic section on this forum. If you like and have time, here is the link to my topic:

http://www.securitycameraking……ing-video/

It look like going a 720p platform may be the way to go at the distance that I need.

 

Randy

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