Hikvision AHD Cameras
Hikvision AHD camera was introduced in 2013, Hikvision’s Turbo AHD revolutionized analog surveillance by integrating the High Definition Transport Interface (HDTVI) open standard. Based on the original analog transmission media, the HDTVI standard allows HD video to be transmitted over a coax-based system at an extended distance with higher reliability. In addition , the signature ColorVu analog cameras make it possible to capture full-color HD pictures night and day, and the PIR cameras offer a combined solution with video and non-video technology. With Turbo AHD, Hikvision sets a higher bar for HD-over-coaxial solutions by bringing superior picture quality and more smart features to the analog world. Hikvision’s Turbo AHD cameras are divided into 5 major series offering various features and capabilities: Ultra, Pro, Value, IoT, and Special. Whether you’re upgrading a legacy analog security system or installing a brand new one, you’ll find a perfect match that suits your specific needs.
HD Cameras ColorVu
With the new ColorVu Technology, Turbo AHD cameras with ColorVu render clear images at 0.0005 lux, providing critical surveillance in ultra low-light scenarios. With this technology, cameras can now provide round-the-clock vivid color imaging.
Value Series Cameras offer a cost-effective, high quality video surveillance solution. Users will enjoy high definition video, plug-and-play through coaxial cable, high quality components, and great durability.
Pro Series Cameras provide high quality imaging via several technologies including ultra-high definition technology, ultra low-light technology, and 130dB True WDR.
Unlike conventional cameras that can only serve the monitoring purpose, a PIR camera, by virtue of the built-in PIR sensor, detects passive infrared radiation emitted from heat sources.
Ultra Series Cameras capture ultra-high quality and high definition videos. Fitted with ultra HD and ultra low-light capabilities, these cameras perform even in scenarios with hardly any light.
Hikvision Webcams, featuring plug-and-play and a definition up to 4K, can be widely used in various scenes including video conferencing, live broadcasting, and remote education.