PTZ Security Camera with AHD, HD-TVI, HDCVI, Analog CCTV Video Modes

PTZ Security Camera with AHD, HD-TVI, HDCVI, Analog CCTV Video Modes


The PTZ-AHD-5 is a high definition pan tilt
zoom security camera. This PTZ camera can be ceiling or wall mounted
using the optional arm bracket. For this demo, the AHD-5 is connected to an
iDVR-PRO surveillance DVR. This is the live view on the DVR. The PTZ camera is connected to channel six. It is recording video at 1080p resolution. I switch to a the single camera view on the
DVR, then activate the PTZ control screen. On the PTZ screen, you can see that I have
10 PTZ presets configured. The first 8 presets are locations that the
camera can focus on. The last 2 presets are special cases and will
be covered later. I call each of the preset locations by clicking
on the arrow icon next to it. I am doing this via the USB mouse connected
to the DVR. You can see that each of the pre-set locations
use the camera’s mechanical pan, tilt, and zoom function. This room where the camera is installed is
15 and a half feet wide by 30 feet long. You can see the the 4x optical and mechanical
zoom does a good job of monitoring all areas of a room this size. When this surveillance camera is connected
to an iDVR-PRO, you can also configure an automated tour based on preset locations. On the PTZ tour configuration screen, you
can see how easy it is to setup each preset location of the tour along with how many seconds
to pause at each location. To start the automated tour, you select tour
and click the on button. The camera starts the tour as configured. I am going to close the PTZ control screen
to display full 1080p video. The monitor output of the DVR can be switched
to a multi-camera display. The PTZ tour continues independent of this
display. I re-enable the PTZ controls and turn the
tour off now. There are two preset commands that have special
functions. Preset address 102 opens the camera’s 4-in-1
video selector screen. This allows you to switch between AHD, HD-TVI,
HDCVI, and analog CCTV video. This allows this camera to be used with almost
any CCTV or HD-over-Coax type DVR on the market. When this video selector screen is displayed,
the zoom controls allow you to navigate the menu and the focus controls allow you to switch
the selection on the menu item. Preset 102 is called again to save the settings
and close the menu. The camera’s main OSD screen can be accessed
by calling preset 95. Most professional and DIY installers will
not need to change these settings, but they are here if you need them. The main OSD menu is navigated using the pan
up and pan down controls. The pan right control is used to select the
current menu item. The PTZ-AHD-5 supports 3 HD-over-coax video
modes at 1080p resolution as well as standard analog CCTV video at 960H resolution. This makes the AHD-5 compatible with almost
any coax cable based surveillance DVR. The 2.8 to 12mm motorized zoom lens is the
equivalent of 4x optical zoom. This camera supports RS-485 for traditional
Pelco protocols and the latest up the coax protocol which uses the same coax cable for
video and PTZ controls. This camera can be ceiling or wall mounted
using the optional wall mount bracket. Although not demonstrated in this video, the
AHD-5 has built-in infrared night vision that allows it to see in low light and zero light. The dome enclosure of this camera is IP67
weatherproof rated so the camera can installed indoors or outdoors. In addition to direct PTZ controls on the
DVR, this camera can also be remotely controlled using Android and iPhone mobile apps. Windows and Macintosh software can also be
used for remote access. This requires that the camera is connected
to an iDVR-PRO or other compatible DVR. To learn more, please visit www.cctvcamerapros.com/ptz5 Thank you for watching!

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