HD-TVI stands for High Definition Transport Video Interface. It is a digital signal processing and transport technology used to transmit video in HD security cameras and DVRs. HDTVI technology was developed by a company named Techpoint. They released the TVI video standard in 2014. The technology has been supplied to many manufacturers worldwide. Consumers can reliably connect TVI cameras from different manufacturers to the same DVR.
HD-TVI cameras are very popular due to the fact they are still analog but they have high resolution just like some of the basic IP cameras.
High definition images (HD) provides detail and zoom capability for things like face recognition and vehicle license plates identification even when they are slightly further away from the camera.
HD-TVI cameras allows transmission at distances up to 1600 feet (487 meters) using RG-59 cable, which is larger than the traditional 100m for the UTP cables (cat5/6) used in the IP cameras. network infrastructure.
A HD-TVI CCTV system can be compatible with traditional cameras and existing coaxial cables, so in a new installation it is possible to use a hybrid DVR that works both cameras at the same time.