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Analogue HD security camera systems offer a great value way to achieve high definition surveillance coverage, supporting up to 4k resolution on existing cabling infrastructures.

How does Analogue video work?

Analog simply means that your video security system is set up to send its signal to a recording device. These days, that means a digital video recorder (DVR) of some sort. The feeds from your cameras are sent straight to this device, which means you get everything recorded in one place. You can replay the footage as you need. Simple, affordable and highly reliable.

Is Analogue video right for me?

Analogue HD cameras tend to be more competitive on a cost basis than their IP network based counterparts on a per camera basis. And as analogue HD streams are often cabled to the recorder directly, transmitting them doesn’t take up excessive bandwidth on the customer’s network.


Check out our line-up of high quality AHD video surveillance products. Ready for installation, they’re all designed to upgrade current CCTV systems, taking advantage of existing cabling infrastructures to transmit HD video signals.

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