Analog cameras TBK-BUL4809EIR, TBK-TBK-MD5810EIRV and TBK- BUL4810EIR that such good results have given, noted for its high sensitivity and super expanded dynamic range, have evolved to adapt to the new standards of high definition.
Thus, TBK-BUL4833EIR and TBK-MD5833EIR cameras are HD-1080P TVI versions of TBK-BUL4809EIR and TBK-MD5810EIRV models respectively, and provide, as their analog predecessors, excellent performance for use in low light conditions or strong backlight (it is remarkable its excellent sensitivity of 0.0017 lux, and expanded dynamic range double scanning). These cameras also feature motorized autofocus lens, ensuring a quick and easy installation, with a much faster and more accurate approach when performed manually.
For installations where further work is needed in analog, this is possible thanks to the TBK-BUL4432EIR, TBK-BUL4433EIR, and TBK-MD5432EIR models that replace respectively the TBK-BUL4810EIR, TBK-BUL4809EIR models and TBK-MD5810EIRV with same and similar services, but also incorporating HD 720P HD-TVI. In these models it is possible to switch the video output between HD-720P and analog TVI, which can be installed for use with TVI recorders and analog installations thus leaving the installation and ready to go to work in TVI later without change the camera.
In installations requiring a longer focal length, accompanied by greater lighting power, the TBK-BUL4902DE100IR camera becomes replaced by the TBK-BUL4436EIR camera, in addition to introduce the resolution 720P HD-TVI and maintain the ability to continue working analog, provides greater focal length, ranging from 6-50 mm (3.6 to 16 mm compared to the previous model). 100 LEDs of the previous model have been reduced to 75, providing a more compact size, and not a greater number of LEDs to be necessary, given the excellent sensitivity of the camera (0.0002 lux). Thus, the scope of lighting obtained with 75 LEDs of this camera is 60 meters.
Finally, all these cameras keep output auxiliary monitor for easy installation, but now also can be adjusted from TVI recorders via coaxial cable.