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Why are coaxial HD surveillance video products still popular?

1. Seamless connection to the original market

Coaxial HD products inherit the technical features and construction methods of SD products, seamlessly connecting to the original market. It is easy to operate, does not require advanced network technology, meets the user's usage habits, and has the capability of high-definition video surveillance, which is simply a tailor-made surveillance product for many small users, and will certainly be welcomed by users.

2. Low price, suitable for the distribution market

The killer weapon of coaxial HD against network HD is low price, not to go to the medium and large project type market, but through the distribution channels to the broader small field to enter. With DIY security systems becoming the preferred choice for many detached houses in developed areas overseas, it coincides with the current concept of home security under the influence of terrorist crime. These products through the distribution market into the hands of homeowners, they only need to install the camera in the specified location, adjust the angle, and then equipped with a DVR device indoors can be, a one-time investment of just a few hundred dollars, very practical and money-saving, and will not produce too many follow-up costs, cost-effective, tailored to the needs of users, naturally hot.

3. Technological maturity and openness

There is no doubt that the ultimate goal of video surveillance is still networked HD, and that the degree of IP and intelligent integration will increase. For example, after codec compression, coaxial HD images are definitely better than network HD. At the same time, coaxial HD technology still has great room for development. For example, on the Tx side of the camera, you can consider integrating the ISP, 1080P can be backward compatible with 720P and D1; in Rx, one chip can be compatible with multiple inputs. In general, it's about making the chip increasingly integrated and must be backward compatible with the vast existing market for analog technology.