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Our HD EX-SDI Security Systems deliver crystal clear 1080p video footage and provide advanced motion detection - for when only the best will do!

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4 Channel HD EX-SDI Complete System


$1,759.00
  • 1080p Resolution
  • EZ-TV4 HD EX-SDI DVR
  • 1TB Built-in Hard Drive
  • Indoor/Outdoor

The 4-Channel HD EX-SDI Complete system delivers 1080p footage to a built-in 1TB hard drive. The included camera options are good for both indoor and outdoor use and we include all the wiring and accessories needed to get you going!

TurboView 4 Channel HD EX-SDI Complete System


$2,407.00
  • 1080p Resolution
  • 4 Ch. TurboView HD EX-SDI DVR
  • 1TB Built-in Hard Drive
  • Indoor/Outdoor

The Turboview 4 Channel HD EX-SDI Complete system delivers 1080p footage to a built-in 1TB hard drive. The included camera options are good for both indoor and outdoor use and we include all the wiring and accessories needed to get you going!

TurboView 8 Channel HD EX-SDI Complete System


$2,769.00
  • 1080p Resolution
  • EZ-TV8 HD EX-SDI DVR
  • 2TB Built-in Hard Drive
  • Indoor/Outdoor

The TurboView 8 Channel HD EX-SDI Complete system delivers 1080p footage to a built-in 2TB hard drive. The included camera options are good for both indoor and outdoor use and we include all the wiring and accessories needed to get you going!


TurboView 8 Channel HD EX-SDI Complete System


$4,584.00
  • 1080p Resolution
  • 8 Ch. TurboView HD EX-SDI DVR
  • 2TB Built-in Hard Drive
  • Indoor/Outdoor

The TurboView 8 Channel Complete system delivers 1080p footage to a built-in 1TB hard drive. The included camera options are good for both indoor and outdoor use and we include all the wiring and accessories needed to get you going!

TurboView 16 Channel HD EX-SDI Complete System


$6,346.00
  • 1080p Resolution
  • 16 Ch. TurboView HD EX-SDI DVR
  • 4TB Built-in Hard Drive
  • Indoor/Outdoor

The Turboview 16 Channel HD EX-SDI Complete system delivers 1080p footage to a built-in 4TB hard drive. The included camera options are all long range varifocal cameras good for both indoor and outdoor use and we include all the wiring and accessories needed to get you going!

TurboView 16 Channel HD EX-SDI Complete System


$9,450.00
  • 1080p Resolution
  • 16 Ch. TurboView HD EX-SDI DVR
  • 200' Night Vision EX-SDI Cameras
  • 6TB Built-in Hard Drive
  • Indoor/Outdoor
The TurboView 16 Channel Complete system delivers 1080p footage to a built-in 6TB hard drive. The included camera options provide the longest range with harsh environment protection and are good for both indoor and outdoor use.

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7 Reasons EX-SDI is the Future of Video Security for Your Business

Successful business owners all have one thing in common: vision. They don’t have any mystical ability or a crystal ball that helps them determine what to invest in next. What they do have is common sense. They know that using inferior technology hurts their bottom line. When considering video security systems, they can tell that the ideal long-term solution is the best system currently on the market.

With common sense in mind, let’s take a look at 7 reasons successful business owners invest in EX-SDI video security systems.

1. EX-SDI Provides Full HD Resolution

“HD” is meaningless unless you know what kind of HD you’re talking about. The format is based on standards determined by the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE). Put simply, the standards guarantee resolution of either 720p, 1080i, or 1080p, 16:9 widescreen format, frame rate of either 30 or 60 frames per second, and high video color fidelity.

Basically, for a video to claim the designation “HD,” it needs to have 720 horizontal lines of pixels and 1,280 vertical lines of pixels, at a minimum. The “p” and “i” that you’ll see, as in 1080i or 1080p, stand for “Interlaced” and “Progressive.” Either way, it’s considered HD video. But the difference is huge. Interlaced HD shows half the lines, half the time - and the other half show the other half of the time. The video switches between halves very quickly. You’re seeing 360 (or 540) lines of pixels at any given moment and the video is slightly fuzzy.

On the other hand, Progressive HD shows all the lines, all the time. It’s crisp and clear. You’re free to choose either Interlaced or Progressive HD, and manufacturers are free to offer both. You’ll save a few dollars if you go with Interlaced. But your long-term video solution is unquestionably Progressive HD - the only kind that can deservedly be called “full HD.” It’s movie-quality at 1080p resolution, just like the HD channels you watch on your HDTV. Fuzz-free and full of easily-distinguishable details.

2. EX-SDI Transmits Virtually Lossless Video Over a Distance

HD-SDI and EX-SDI are both digital video systems that use coaxial cable. The difference between the two isn’t very significant until you consider distance. HD-SDI transmission technology has a flaw that is critical for many businesses. The quality of the video transmitted degrades if more than 100 meters of coaxial cable is used. But that’s where EX-SDI shines. Using typical RG59 coaxial cable, EX-SDI will transmit virtually lossless video up to 330 meters. And if higher quality RG11 cable is used, your system will transmit lossless video up to 670 meters. That’s full, HD-quality video - transmitted over up to nearly 3,000 feet of cable, without any loss and interference between luminance and chrominance, expandable up to 4K UHD.

The benefits of lossless video don’t need to be examined here. It’s a given that, if you have a system that produces HD-quality video, your best result is for the video to remain HD - no matter how far away from the DVR your cameras are.

3. EX-SDI Works With Your Existing Coaxial Cable

Many, if not most, old analog video security systems were installed using coaxial cable. EX-SDI is the perfect solution for those who want to upgrade their business’ system without the mess and hassle of ripping out old wire to install completely new wiring. It’s cost-effective, saving you money by re-using your existing cable. If you know you need to upgrade to digital, the obvious choice would be to use a system that wastes as little of your current setup as possible. Plus, you get the benefit of coaxial cable’s power delivery and bi-directional communication. No additional wires will need to be laid in order to bring power to your cameras.

4. EX-SDI Transmits Clearly Even When External Video Noise is Present

Electrical devices, lighting, ground loops, and flawed cables all play their part in adding “noise” to video signals. Since EX-SDI is all digital and full HD quality, it’s much less susceptible to external noise. It would take some pretty extensive interference to diminish the clarity of your digital signal. It’s like a digital TV channel. Your picture is just as clear at 55% signal strength as it is at 100% strength. It’s only when your signal strength drops below the strength threshold that you experience artifacts and interruption. And since digital security systems transmit video via cable, you won’t ever have a signal drop below the necessary level.

5. EX-SDI Doesn’t Require You to Depend on an IP Network

You have two options for full HD, 720P or 1080P security video. The first is EX-SDI, using coaxial cable. The second is an IP camera system, either wired or wireless. It may seem like comparing apples to apples - after all, they’re both HD. But dig a little deeper, and you realize that IP cameras require networking know-how (pricey). You’ll need specialized wiring if the cameras aren’t wireless. EX-SDI is simply less complicated.

6. EX-SDI Stores Compressed Video to Save Space

Let’s face it: the only (slight) negative to EX-SDI cameras and DVRs is that best-in-class HD video takes a lot of space to store. You’ll need a bigger hard drive - about 3 times the size you could get away with for your old analog system. Detail = drive space.

Somewhat mitigating the space requirements is EX-SDI’s compression storage feature. From camera to DVR, you’re getting the full, uncompressed 1080P digital signal. At the DVR, the signal is compressed into the H.264 format and stored until you want to view it. When you hit “play,” the video is decompressed and you are able to view it in full HD once again.

7. EX-SDI is Easy to Install

This point is short and sweet. EX-SDI is plug-and-play. No complications. It doesn’t require specialized installation training. It installs like any analog system, and every installer out there is intimately familiar with the installation process for analog systems.

Whether you’re looking for the best long-term video security system or simply the best solution for the short term, your choice is identical. The future of video security - and the most compelling system available right now - is EX-SDI. It’s the common-sense choice for your business.