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CCTV SURVEILLANCE

At Mascot Communication, our vision is to become the most admired company in the CCTV security industry. We agree it's a rather high standard to achieve in such a competitive marketplace, however we believe this can be accomplished by using a common sense approach; focus on what matters the most, our customers! we know that becoming the most admired company in the industry requires us to share our vision with our customers. We want our customers to become our partners and be recognized as industry leaders with us. Our engineering team knows that communication with the end-user will help us to meet there expectations.

Closed-circuit television (CCTV), also known as video surveillance, is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors. It differs from broadcast television in that the signal is not openly transmitted, though it may employ point to point (P2P), point to multipoint, or mesh wireless links. Though almost all video cameras fit this definition, the term is most often applied to those used for surveillance in areas that may need monitoring such as banks, casinos, airports, military installations, and convenience stores. Video telephony is seldom called "CCTV" but the use of video in distance education, where it is an important tool, is often so called

In industrial plants, CCTV equipment may be used to observe parts of a process from a central control room, for example when the environment is not suitable for humans. CCTV systems may operate continuously or only as required to monitor a particular event. A more advanced form of CCTV, utilizing digital video recorders (DVRs), provides recording for possibly many years, with a variety of quality and performance options and extra features (such as motion detection and email alerts). More recently, decentralized IP cameras, some equipped with megapixel sensors, support recording directly to network-attached storage devices, or internal flash for completely stand-alone operation. Surveillance of the public using CCTV is particularly common in many areas around the world. In recent years, the use of body worn video cameras has been introduced as a new form of surveillance.

Analog Camera

Analog video security systems are reliable, cost effective, and user-friendly. Companies who need basic surveillance, with good quality video, at a limited number of locations will find Analog CCTV to be a good choice.
Typically, Analog systems are limited to VGA resolution cameras, but when integrated into a hybrid Analog-SDI system you have an option to place an HD-SDI camera where high resolution is needed.
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HDCVI Camera

Technology: HDCVI

Why choose HDCVI?

Easy upgrade to HD1080p & 720p 
Progressive video
Long Distance Transmission: HDCVI=500m v.s. HDSDI=100m
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IP Camera

CCTV Camera Pros most popular camera style. All IR bullets that we supply are weatherproof so that they can be used for indoor or outdoor video surveillance. CCTV Camera Pros has simple fixed lens models as well as high end varifocal cameras with sens-up, WDR, and on screen display controls. Please browse the below models. We believe that our cameras provide the best overall value available. If you need help deciding which camera is the best for your requirements, please contact us More Info + Less Info -

VIDEO RECORDER

A recorder (DVR / NVR ), sometimes referred to by the merchandising term Personal Video Recorder (PVR), is a consumer electronics device or application software that records video in a digital format to a disk drive, USB flash drive, or other local or networked mass storage device recording, and software for personal computers which enables video capture and playback to and from a hard disk drive. More Info + Less Info -

Hardware features:

Hardware features of security Video Recorder:
• Designed for rack mounting or desktop configurations.
• Single or multiple video inputs with connector types consistent with the analogue or digital video provided such as coaxial cable or twisted pair cable. The most common number of inputs is 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32. Systems may be configured with a very large number of inputs by networking individual Recorders together.
• Looping video outputs for each input which duplicates the corresponding input video signal and connector type. These output signals are used by other video equipment such as matrix switchers, multiplexers, and video monitors.
• Controlled outputs to external video display monitors.
• Front panel switches and indicators that allow the various features of the machine to be controlled.
• Network connections consistent with the network type and utilized to control features of the recorder and to send and/or receive video signals.
• Connections to external control devices such as keyboards.
• A connection to external pan-tilt-zoom drives that position cameras.
• Internal CD, DVD, VCR devices typically for archiving video.
• Connections to external storage media.
• Alarm event inputs from external security detection devices, usually one per video input.
• Alarm event outputs from internal detection features such as motion detection or loss of video.

Software features

Software features vary between manufacturers and may include but are not necessarily limited to:
• Remote Monitoring on PC’s, Mobiles, Tablets.
• User selectable image capture rates either on an all input basis or input by input basis. The capture rate feature may be programmed to automatically adjust the capture rate on the occurrence of an external alarm or an internal event
• Selectable image resolution either on an all input basis or input by input basis. The image resolution feature may be programmed to automatically adjust the image resolution on the occurrence of an external alarm or an internal event.
• Compression methods determine quality of playback. H.264 hardware compression offers fast transfer rates over the Internet with high quality video.
• Motion detection: Provided on an input by input basis, this feature detects motion in the total image or a user definable portion of the image and usually provides sensitivity settings. Detection causes an internal event that may be output to external equipment and/or be used to trigger changes in other internal features.
• Lack of motion detection. Provided on an input by input basis, this feature detects the movement of an object into the field of view and remaining still for a user definable time. Detection causes an internal event that may be output to external equipment and/or used to trigger changes in other internal features.
• Direction of motion detection. Provided on an input by input basis, this feature detects the direction of motion in the image that has been determined by the user as an unacceptable occurrence. Detection causes an internal event that may be output to external equipment and/or be used to trigger changes in other internal features.
• Routing of input video to video monitors based on user inputs or automatically on alarms or events.
• Input, time and date stamping.
• Alarm and event logging on appropriate video inputs.
• Alarm and event search.
• One or more sound recording channels.

Traditional DVR Systems

• Step on the Internet:With cloud service, easy to achieve a variety of network penetration ,one step to remote monitoring, getting rid of various complicated network settings, easy and simple to operate.
• Ideal Compression algorithm:H.264 High Profile compression algorithm,30% decrease of stream due to advanced space-time filtering technology.
• Main and Sub Stream:Main stream and Sub-stream encoding. Main stream for local storage, ensure image quality; Sub-stream for real-time network transmission, easy to solve bandwidth bottleneck problem.
• Support various mobile monitoring:(IOS, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, Symbian, Android). More Info +

Key Features

• 4/8/16/32 Channel Models
• Alarm Input/Output
• 1 HDD/2HDD Model Dependent
• Enterprise level CMS with E-Map
• Easier to Use Smart Search
• Scheduled Backup
• H.264 Compression
• Up to 1280 x 1024 VGA Resolution
• Mobile Viewer
• 32ch CIF @ 30fps, D1 @ 6fps
• 960H Technology
• Display
• Multiple Monitor Support
• Remote View and Playback from Web Browser
• Remote Apps for iPhone and Android

HDCVI DVR Systems

A solid line up of flexible, powerful network video recorders to fit any application.

Recording
High Profile H.264 Compression
High Definition output HDMI or
VGA up to 1080p/720p
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Intuitive Software:

A digital video recorder compatible with three signals-HDCVI, analog and network - to embrace more opportunities.

Hybrid DVR has been brought to the market as the rising of IP technology, and it turned out to be a good solution on addressing problems of mixed systems where both analog and network cameras have been applied. Situation alike, as HDCVI technology is spreading with giant leaps - it is deemed a second-to-none alternative for markets - which are willing to get high definition surveillance at lower cost; integrators and installers demand storage device which can mingle the other two signals.

Embedded InView GUI with full mouse control
Easy to use GUI, low learning curve for users
Multi-NVR system setup - manage up to 256 NVRs
Smart Search
Easy Export and Remote Saving
ONVIF Standard Compliant

Display

Multiple Monitor Support
Remote View and Playback from Web Browser
Remote Apps for iPhone and Android

NVR Systems

A solid line up of flexible, powerful network video recorders to fit any application.

Recording
High Profile H.264 Compression
High Definition output HDMI or
VGA up to 1080p/720p
1080p 30fps More Info + Less Info -

Intuitive Software:

A digital video recorder compatible with three signals-HDCVI, analog and network - to embrace more opportunities.

Hybrid DVR has been brought to the market as the rising of IP technology, and it turned out to be a good solution on addressing problems of mixed systems where both analog and network cameras have been applied. Situation alike, as HDCVI technology is spreading with giant leaps - it is deemed a second-to-none alternative for markets - which are willing to get high definition surveillance at lower cost; integrators and installers demand storage device which can mingle the other two signals.

Embedded InView GUI with full mouse control
Easy to use GUI, low learning curve for users
Multi-NVR system setup - manage up to 256 NVRs
Smart Search
Easy Export and Remote Saving
ONVIF Standard Compliant

Display

Multiple Monitor Support
Remote View and Playback from Web Browser
Remote Apps for iPhone and Android

Tribrid HDCVI DVR

Introducing Tri-brid DVR a digital video recorder compatible with three signals—HDCVI, analog and network — to embrace more opportunities.

Hybrid DVR has been brought to the market as the rising of IP technology, and it turned out to be a good solution on addressing problems of mixed systems where both analog and network cameras have been applied. Situation alike, as HDCVI technology is spreading with giant leaps — it is deemed a second-to-none alternative for markets — which are willing to get high definition surveillance at lower cost; integrators and installers demand storage device which can mingle the other two signals. More Info + Less Info -

The launch of tri-brid HDCVI DVR is not only a key to multiple signal access, making a momentum to be compatible with legacy cameras as well as megapixel IP signals, but also an improvement in terms of its capability. It supports 200Mbps network transmission, allowing smooth real-time encoding and playback; and dual-HDMI output is supported as considering it is a storage device accommodating multiple HD signals. Moreover, with P2P technology adopted, a quick QR code scan on the device could realize monitoring at mobil0e phone, sparing trouble for applying dynamic domain name.

"HDCVI is picking up very promisingly in the market "In order to be more open to other technologies and to usher a wider acceptance by more people, we see tri-brid HDCVI DVR is the driving force to achieve more market share. Even though HDCVI is the in-house innovation but how to keep its interoperability with other technologies is an issue for more people welcoming our solution as people today all want an open system that can easily upgrade and integrate with one and another. "The point of releasing is to fulfill the existing HDCVI solution," Compared with previous DVRs, Triband series has been greatly improved in its connectivity and flexibility, and building on this success, we will keep refining our HDCVI to meet customers' demands. Read More