What does 960H mean in CCTV?

What does 960H mean in CCTV?

960H represents the number of horizontal pixels in the CCD image sensor. 960H is the highest resolution available for analog CCTV and provides a 30% increase in resolution in comparison to D1. The greater the resolution, the higher the definition of the video image.

Which camera is best DVR or NVR?

1. NVR CCTV records higher quality videos. The network video recorders or NVRs are paired up with IP cameras, with a resolution starting from 2MP to 12MP (or higher), which is out of the question for analog cameras in a DVR security system.

What resolution is 960H?

960H represents an increase in pixels of some 30% over standard D1 resolution, which is 720 x 576 pixels (PAL), or 720 x 480 pixels (NTSC). The increased resolution over D1 comes as a result of a longer horizontal scan. The difference is that whilst D1 has a 4:3 aspect ratio 960H has a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio.

What NVR means?

network video recorder
When shopping for a business security camera system, you might have the option to choose a digital video recorder (DVR) or network video recorder (NVR), both of which record and store video files.

What are 960 960H cameras?

960H cameras are the latest generation of high resolution / widescreen CCTV security cameras which support a minimum of 960 pixels of horizontal resolution.

Can I use a 960H camera with a D1 resolution DVR?

When you use a 960H camera with a D1 resolution DVR, the image is simply compressed by the DVR to fit the maximum resolution that the DVR supports. No view of the image is lost.

What is the aspect ratio of 960H?

Unlike the generation of CCTV cameras and DVRs before 960H became a standard, 960H uses the 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio which makes it more suitable for use with modern widescreen format monitors and HDTVs. Almost all of modern monitors are 16:9 aspect ratio.

Can AHD CCTV cameras use CAT5 cable?

AHD cameras can also use UTP cable with video baluns to run cable up to 320 Meters / 960 feet with CAT5 cable. The below images compare a video surveillance photo capture by a 960H CCTV camera with 720p and 1080p AHD CCTV cameras.