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Overview on the Costar Video line and the transition of Analogue to IP video solutions.

Overview on the Costar Video line and the transition of Analogue to IP video solutions.

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    • CCTV and IP Surveillance
    • Surveillance Basic Equipment
      • LAN Accessible Digital Video Recorders/Network Video Recorders
      • Cameras
      • IP Cameras
      • Power Supplies
      • Accessories
    • Cameras
      • Many different styles and applications
      • Dome
      • Box
      • Bullet
      • Analogue
      • IP
      • Mega Pixel
    • Dome Cameras
      • Dome cameras are used in these typical applications.
      • Aesthetically pleasing
      • Smaller footprint
      • Outdoor environmental housings
      • No need for extra enclosures
      • Vandal resistant
    • Box Cameras
      • Box cameras
      • More flexibility with lenses
      • Require external mounts and housing
      • Require IR clusters in situations where IR illumination is required
    • Bullet Cameras
      • Bullet cameras:
      • Ease of installation
      • Fixed focus
      • Most models are indoor and outdoor rated
      • Many models come with built in IR illumination
      • Small footprint
      • Lower cost applications
    • IP Cameras
      • IP cameras come in all of these styles the benefits include
      • Cameras work on existing network infrastructure. No need to “home run” each camera
      • Individual cameras can be accessed via an internet browser
      • Higher resolution digital cameras provide better pictures than traditional analog cameras
      • Video can be digitally zoomed and manipulated after the fact reducing the number of cameras required for a job.
    • Cameras
      • A successful shot is dependant on three major things
        • Light
        • Resolution
        • Lens
      • Note expectations are not realities.
      • Human eyes may be equivalent to a 50mm lens but your brain is constantly adjusting the focal point, zoom and iris.
      • Helping customers understand that what they can see is far superior to what a camera can do is important.
    • LUX
      • Lux: The  lux  (symbol:  lx ) is the SI unit of luminance. It is used in photometry as a measure of the intensity, as perceived by the human eye, of light that hits or passes through a surface.
      • Lux applies to cameras in their sensitivity to light. The lower the lux value, usually given in a decimal format (0.1 lux) the better the camera can see in poor lighting conditions.
    • Cameras
      • Differences in your environment determine what you need from a camera perspective.
      • Light can be compensated for with the following
      • Day/night cameras/ low lux Cameras
      • Infrared Illumination
      • Auto Iris
      • Wide dynamic cameras
    • Cameras
      • Focal point can be adjusted by:
      • Fixed or Vari-focal lenses
      • Auto focus Cameras
      • Pan Tilt Zoom cameras
        • Usually controlled by a joystick or IP browser.
      • 360 degree IP Cameras
    • Cameras
      • Weather also plays a factor so it is important to chose the right housing and mounts for your application.
    • Connectivity
      • Cabling
        • Camera cabling standards are consistent with EIA practices and standards.
        • Cable should be rated to appropriate environment: indoor, outdoor, conduits, fire ratings
        • It is still very popular to use Coax (RG59 or RG6) with an 18 AWG, 2 conductor for power.
        • Industry is moving more to UTP such as Cat5e (Especially in Plenum rated installations) with Baluns.
        • Cat5e or Cat 6 also provides future proofing and flexibility to convert infrastructure for IP surveillance
        • Fiber (provides for long Ethernet runs)
        • Patch panels, patch cords
    • Baluns
      • Several types
      • Matter of preference
      • Changes limitations on distance
        • Coax
          • RG59( 300 m)
          • RG6 (450m)
        • UTP with baluns ( 660m-1660m)
        • Even higher with active baluns
      • Popular for plenum applications or future proofing.
    • Power
      • Cameras can be powered several ways
        • Local supplies
        • Centralized power supplies
        • POE Switches (IP solutions)
    • Recording Devices
      • Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
        • Device similar to a VCR
        • Records analog video to a hard drive
        • Can be PC or firmware based
        • Most are LAN accessible enabling remote viewing/configuration
        • Can be rack mounted
        • Available from 4 Ch to 64 channel depending on the manufacturer
        • Some models allow for backup to remote storage or external drives
    • Recording Devices
      • Network Video Recorder (NVR)
        • Device similar to a DVR
        • Records feeds from IP cameras to a hard drive
        • Can be PC or firmware based
        • LAN accessible enabling remote viewing/configuration
        • Can be rack mounted
        • Available from 4 Ch to XX channel depending on LAN infrastructure
        • Most models allow for backup to remote storage or external drives
    • Recording Devices
      • Hybrid Video Recorder (HVR)
        • Device which combines the features of a DVR and NVR
        • Records feeds from both Analog and IP cameras to a hard drive
        • Can be PC or firmware based
        • LAN accessible enabling remote viewing/configuration
        • Can be rack mounted
        • Available from 4 Ch to XX channel depending on LAN infrastructure
        • Most models allow for backup to remote storage or external drives
    • Other Equipment
      • UPS for Video
        • Protects your system from crashing during a power outage
        • Sizes vary based on the size of install
        • Important to back up the camera’s power supply as well as the recording device
    • Other Equipment
      • Racks and Cabinets
        • The recording equipment and UPS can be rack mounted.
        • Solutions include:
          • Wall mounted racks
          • Floor mounted relay racks
          • Floor mounted server racks
        • What you chose is dependant on your application.
    • Thank you. Where to find us: Primespec Inc. 219 Hartwood Avenue Waterloo, Ontario N2J 1B2 Tel:(519)745-1926 Toll Free: 1(866)254-1194 Fax: (519)745-3791 www.primespec.com