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How-to Connect an HD Security Camera to Multiple HDMI TV Monitors
720p and 1080p AHD security cameras can be connected to multiple HDMI monitors without using a DVR.

Installers can use multiple AHD-CV7 video converters to send HD video from AHD cameras to as many monitors as they choose and the setup is super simple. Click here to see. http://videos.cctvcamerapros.com/surveillance-systems/how-to-connect-an-hd-security-camera-to-multiple-hdmi-tv-monitors.html
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HD Security Camera System w/ Multiple Live Display Monitors
This wiring diagram shows a security camera system installation that uses the VDS-1664HD video splitter so that 16 cameras can be used to record video on a surveillance DVR and also be displayed live on 5 HDMI monitors in various 1, 2, 4, 9, and 16 camera displays.

This type of installation would be typical in a large retail store where you need to record all cameras to a DVR and also display your cameras publicly in key locations to deter theft.

This is how it works.

~ There are 4 different security camera types used in this installation: 1080p AHD, 1080p HD-TVI, analog CCTV, and 720p AHD cameras.

~ All 16 cameras are wired to the VDS-1664HD video splitter using RG59 coax cable.

~ One output from each of the 16 channels is wired to an iDVR-PRO hybrid CCTV DVR. Although the diagram only shows 4 cables going from the distributor to the DVR, there is really 16. The DVR is used to record video from all 16 cameras.

~ The HDMI video output from the DVR is connected to 1 of the 5 display monitors.

~ A second output from the splitter is wired to the input of a HD CCTV quad video multiplexer - there are 4 of these. The video processors allow the installer to combine the video from up to 4 cameras to display on a single monitor, and they support analog and HD security cameras.

~ The monitor connected to the iDVR-PRO can display 1, 4, 9, and 16 camera views.

~ The 4 monitors connected to the 4 quad video processors can display 1, 2, and 4 camera views.

You can learn more about this 16 channel video splitter here.
http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Security-Camera-Video-Splitter-p/vds-1664hd.htm
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How to connect a CCTV camera to a VGA monitor
http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/BNC-TO-VGA-Converter-p/bnc-vga-converter.htm

Simple - use a BNC to VGA converter.

1) The CCTV camera is wired to a BNC to VGA converter using RG59 coax cable. You can use a spool of RG59 cable or pre-made CCTV cables with BNC connectors already attached.

2) The VGA output of the converter is attached to the input of the monitor using a standard VGA cable.
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How-to integrate window / door alarm sensors with security camera DVRs
http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/CCTV-DVR-Alarm-Input-Setup-s/860.htm

This article shows readers how to setup external alarm sensors with CCTV DVRs to trigger events such as video recording.

Users can also get alerts when these alarms are triggered. This is easy to setup and very useful for home, business, and government video surveillance installations.
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How-to View Multiple HD-TVI Security Cameras on a TV Monitor
Sometimes security camera owners only want a live view of their cameras on a TV monitor. For users that want to view multiple 1080p TVI cameras on a single TV screen, an HD video multiplexer is the perfect solution.

This is how it works when using a VM-HD4 multiplexer from CCTV Camera Pros.

~ Up to 4 TVI cameras can be connected to the multiplexer using RG59 coax cable.

~ The multiplexer has a HDMI and VGA video output that can be attached to the video input of a TV or monitor.

~ The multiplexer combines the video signals from all of the cameras so that they can be configured for single or multiple camera display. The display output is up to 1080p resolution

~ The menu system and screen configuration of the VM-HD4 can be controlled via a wireless remote control or using the buttons on the box itself.

You can read the complete article here.
http://videos.cctvcamerapros.com/surveillance-systems/how-to-view-multiple-hd-tvi-security-cameras-on-a-tv-monitor.html

You can learn more about the VM-HD 4 here.
http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/HD-TVI-AHD-CCTV-Mutliplexer-p/vm-hd4.htm
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Thank you to all veterans, past and present, that have served to protect our freedom. You are loved and appreciated!
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Are HD-TVI security cameras way better than analog CCTV cameras?
http://videos.cctvcamerapros.com/surveillance-systems/hd-tvi-security-cameras-better-than-analog-cctv-cameras.html

Compare the image resolution of a 1080p HD-TVI camera vs a 960H CCTV camera on that page, plus you'll see more images of I Am Groot.

This is a 1080p image captured by the HD-TVI camera.

#securitycameras   #cctvcamera   #iAmGroot  
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HD Security Camera View
This is what HD security cameras look like when viewed on an iDVR-PRO surveillance DVR. You can see the full HD resolution images here. http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/HD-Security-Camera-DVR-s/1062.htm

These screen shots were captured from the 1080p HDMI output of the DVR, then saved as JPEG images. This is the DVR that monitors CCTV Camera Pros warehouse and office. We have a combination of 1080p AHD cameras and 1080p HD-TVI cameras on our system. We record all channels at 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second.

In addition to the live view supported directly on the DVR, iDVR-PROs also include remote viewing apps for iPhone, Android, Windows, and Mac.

If you have any questions about this or anything related to video surveillance, please add a comment to this post or contact us via email at info@cctvcamerapros.net
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How-to Setup Security Camera Motion Detection & Avoid False Alarms
http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Security-Camera-Motion-Detection-False-Alarms-s/1061.htm
This is a setup guide for iDVR-PRO HD security camera / CCTV DVRs that shows users how to set the motion sensitivity and motion mask areas to avoid false alarms when using motion detection recording.

Setting up video motion detection right can be a challenge, especially for outdoor security cameras. This is due to all of the things that can cause movement outdoors. In some cases, you are better of using a PIR motion sensor.

This article will help tweak settings to give you the best chance of successfully implementing video motion detection.
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Samsung S3 Smart Watch RFID Works w/ Access Control System
One of our security engineers got a new Samsung S3 Frontier smart watch. He noticed that our Geovision access control system recognized his watch when his hand was near the card reader. He did not realize that the watch had an RFID until then.

Using the USD card reader connected to our Geovision PC, we tried to program the watch's RFID for access to CCTV Camera Pros warehouse and it works. Carlos no longer needs to carry around a card or keychain RFID for access to the office. He can now use his watch.

So cool!

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IP Camera + Raspberry Pi = YouTube Livestream Video Server
Check out this Raspberry Pi project where we use a Zavio IP camera and FFmpeg encoding software to create a YouTube live video streaming server. http://videos.cctvcamerapros.com/raspberry-pi/ip-camera-raspberry-pi-youtube-live-video-streaming-server.html

Our application has been running continuously for about almost a week now. The Raspberry Pi (running FFmpeg) seems to handle the constant load of re-encoding the IP camera's RTSP stream to RTMP just fine. We are using a Buffalo router with a residential Comcast Internet connection.

The camera view is not too exciting. It is just an overview of the sales room at CCTV Camera Pros office in West Palm Beach, Florida.
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Using a Zavio IP Camera for YouTube Video Livestream
Watch the live stream here.
https://www.youtube.com/c/cctvcamerapros/live

This is a live YouTube video stream using a Zavio F4215 IP camera. CCTV Camera Pros is using this IP camera for testing right now. The camera is mounted to the ceiling of our sales floor in our office. You can learn more about the Zavio F4215 here.
http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Wireless-HD-IP-Camera-p/zavio-f4215.htm

The goal of this project is to learn how-to use common IP cameras that are traditionally used for security systems for live streaming events. Ideally, we want to be able to setup the software and have the video stream on YouTube continuously without interruption or any need for manual maintenance or monitoring.
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CCTV cameras. Surveillance Systems. Veteran Owned.
Introduction
CCTV Camera Pros is a direct supplier of video surveillance systems for home, business, and government. We ship our security products everywhere in the world and take great pride in the reputation we have built for best customer service and technical support in the industry.

On our website, you can research products, learn more about us and read customer reviews.

Types of Video Surveillance Products We Supply
  • Analog CCTV Cameras
  • 1080p HD CCTV Cameras (TVI, AHD, HD-SDI)
  • Covert / Hidden Spy Cameras
  • Network IP cameras and Video Servers
  • Stand-alone Surveillance DVRs and NVRs
  • PC Based DVRs and NVRs
  • VGA and BNC Monitors
  • Cables and Connectors
  • Amplifiers and Cable Splitters
  • Video Multiplexers and Color Quad Processors
  • Power Supplies
  • Installation Tools and Hand Held Test Monitors
Demo and Instructional Videos
We have an extensive video library on our YouTube channel where we publish product demonstrations and how-to surveillance videos. The topics that we discuss in our videos range from simple camera setups to advanced DVR configurations and alarm component integration. We add new videos to our YouTube channel very often (typically 2-3 videos per month). We recommend that users subscribe to our YouTube channel so that they can be notified when new CCTV Camera Pros videos are posted.

Outstanding Knowledge Base
We strive to constantly improve our knowledge so that we can be subject matter experts in the field of video surveillance and in the products that we supply. To accomplish this, we test all of our products in-house and write thorough documentation for our support engineers and customers to use. Here are links to support and knowledge base pages for a few of our main product lines.
Articles and Blog
Our co-founder, Mike Haldas, consistently publishes articles on our blog, website, and Google+ page. Here are links to a few of our most popular posts.
Please contact us if you have any questions about CCTV and video surveillance. You are welcome to post questions to us on Google+, via email at info@cctvcamerapros.net, or simply call us at 1-561-433-8488 / 1-888-849-2288.
Contact Information
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Phone
561-433-8488, 888-849-2288
Address
7142 Seacrest Blvd. Lantana, FL 33462