Learn About the Role Played by HDMI Converter in CCTV Surveillance Systems
Security of humans, places, and assets is a crucial aspect, and hence areas, whether, residential, commercial, or industrial units are closely monitored and guarded 24/7 with the help of human guards as well as CCTV surveillance systems. While human guards have been there since ages, technology plays an important role in keeping track of movements, sounds, and so on in the vicinity where a camera is installed. Intelligent surveillance systems issue alert messages to the controlling system in case they detect anything unusual or suspicious. Thankfully, you can track the movement on an LCD display screen sitting in your home, which means you can remotely operate the surveillance system. This involves two crucial aspects- connecting the camera to a good display screen of your computer or TV and extending the signal transmission distance for remote monitoring. Nowadays, HD security cameras are gaining popularity due to the clarity that they offer. The camera is connected through an HDMI interface to your CCTV system. This post discusses how to connect your HD camera to a TV screen and using HDMI for CCTV applications.
Components of a CCTV Surveillance System
Here are the components of a typical CCTV surveillance system:
Network Video Recorder (NVR) and Digital Video Recorder (DVR) are crucial aspects of this system. NVR is technologically better and can be connected to IP cameras.
Camera is integral without which this system cannot exist. It can be an analog or digital one.
A monitor or a display screen is important for you to view details.
A compatible video management software is a must.
You cannot forget the cables, routers, and power supplies without which the system won’t be functional.
An HDMI extender is required in case of signal extensions and is connected to the DVR.
An HDMI video converter helps connect the security camera to the TV by enabling signal conversion.
Significance of HDMI Converters in Connecting the Camera to the Screen
You can connect various types of HD cameras to your monitor. These include HD-CVI, HD-TVI, AHD
, and HD-SDI. The converter accepts signals from these cameras and converts them to HDMI signals, which is transmitted to the monitor. An HDMI cable connects the camera to the monitor. However, there are various types of signals understood by the converter and they need to be interpreted and transmitted. Through HDMI converters, you can connect a non-HDMI device to an HD screen. Thus, your non-HD camera can be connected to an HDMI screen for better clarity using converters. The compactly-designed HDMI converters
convert TVI/AHD signals to HDMI.
Connecting HD Camera to Your HDMI Monitor
In case you want to connect your HD camera to your HDMI monitor using an HDMI converter, here’s the easiest way to do it.
An RG59 coaxial cable and HDMI converter are used to connect high-definition security cameras to a television.
This cable connects the BNC output of the CCTV surveillance system to the BNC input on the HDMI converter.
The coaxial cable connects the BNC output of the CCTV surveillance system to the BNC input on the HDMI converter.
Once this connection is made, an HDMI cable is used to connect the output of the HDMI converter to an HDMI input of the television.
To stream a live view of the security camera, just switch to HDMI input using the television remote.
You can view footages from multiple cameras located at different places on a single screen, with the help of a CCTV multiplexer.
If you are in search of a reliable camera or planning to upgrade the existing security infrastructure, then you would need a superior and high-quality HDMI converter and the right installation devices. VERSITRON offers ethernet media converters
as well as video installation kits for HD-CVI, HD-TVI, AHD, HDMI, and SDI to fiber converter
R.W. Tull is the President of Versitron Inc. He works closely with clients to review layout diagrams and drawings in order to ensure that the best fiber optic solution is achieved for a particular project.