Camera Surveillance is the fastest growing genre of our Alarm Business. Some people think that this is just for Commercial Applications, but we install cameras in both Commercial and
Residential Buildings each month.
For many years Analog cameras were king. Not any longer. Shreveport Security provides high quality HD
over Coax Cameras. So what is the difference?
Analog cameras were considered the standard for video surveillance, and are widely available, but with new
innovations such as HD over Coax, the Analog systems are becoming more and more obsolete.
HD over Coax
HD over Coax has been around for the last few years. Improvements in technology have made them cheaper than ever. HD over Coax allows for fast, HD data to flow from the
newest devices over a standard coaxial cable. If you already have an existing all coax analog CCTV Setup you can upgrade to amazing quality 720p & 1080p formats without spending additional
funds to replace a fully functional COAX-based wiring network. Why replace it if isn't broke? That's a question face every day by users who are looking to add higher resolution
cameras to their existing networks.
How does the picture quality compare?
These are screenshots taken from streaming video on a smartphone at night. These images
were taken from each camera less than one minute apart. On the left is an older 700 TVL Analog Camera. On the right is an HD over Coax 1080P 2.2 MegaPixel Camera.
HD over Coax is not the same as IP.
Many consider IP camera technology too expensive to purchase, install and maintain. HD over Coax technology is the logical alternative. There's no learning curve - these cameras
operate exactly the same as standard cctv cameras. While we do get a few calls a year requesting information, we do not install IP camera systems.
What to know more?
You can call our office (318)929-7850, or fill out the form below, and we can give you more information about the services we provide. If you are looking for more information about alarm
systems and safety, another good place to look is Alarm.org. There are many useful tips for Home Safety, Business Safety, and general information about alarm systems.