Leopard Imaging Inc., a high-definition camera solution provider, launches the latest version of its Hybrid High-Definition Network Video Recorder that enables existing analog surveillance cameras to be upgraded to high-definition cameras without changing the coaxial cable.
Using advanced technology to stream HD video through more than 500 meters of existing coaxial cable, the H2NVR embeds a Texas Instruments Inc.’s DaVinci video processor that supports 16 channels of 1080p at 30 fps, says Bill Pu, Leopard’s vice president of marketing. The system is focused on customers who would like to upgrade from analog surveillance camera systems to HD digital surveillance camera systems, Pu adds.
In addition, TI’s DaVinci video processor enables Leopard Imaging’s H2NVR system to provide customers with quality surveillance video in real time, says Jacob Jose, IT’s video processors product marketing manager. “With the quality and performance of TI’s video processors combined with Leopard Imaging’s technology and leadership in embedded cameras, customers now have access to a market-leading solution to migrate from analog to digital surveillance systems,” he says.