HDCCTV BLOG

  • Using UTC - Up The Coax - Remotely adjust camera settings

    The new range of AHD1080P DVRs from Xvision includes a rather cool feature called UTC, which stands for Up The Coax. UTC allows you to display and make changes to the on-screen menu that the camera has built into it to allow settings changes to be made. XHR1080D16 - 16...
  • Compare 960H to AHD to IP 1080 - Real world tests.

    Last week we received stock of our new AHD 720 range of equipment, this is the first generation of equipment from a new CCTV format. AHD stands for Analog High Definition. The image AHD 720 gives is 1280 x 720 pixels, or 720P as it is known. So we decided...
  • The customer experience - Some feedback from a customer

    We have a few customers who have given detailed experience in fitting there HD IP systems purchased from HDCCTV in the form of blog posts. We found them very interesting from a customers perspective and useful. Thanks to Dave for his blog. http://www.codeproject.com Thanks to Chris for this 3 parter...
  • IP Device Search - How to use

    Xvisions IP Device Search tool allows you to search for and adjust the IP settings for Xvision IP Cameras and NVRs. When you purchase an IP Camera or NVR from us there is a mini-cd rom disc in the box. This video explains how to install and use the Xvision...
  • Updating the Firmware: XRN1609, XRN2016 and XRN3625

    This video shows how to carry out a firmware upgrade on Xvisions XRN1609, XRN2016 and XRN3625. Please return the NVR to HDCCTV if you are not happy to do the upgrade yourself, we will happily do it for you. See THIS VIDEO for the XRN0808E The NVR has UPnP for...
  • Homeplugs - How they are used to connect up an easy wire free HD CCTV system

    This video shows how Homeplugs work and how they can be used to connect a HD CCTV system without running wires around the building. Our page "why No Wi-Fi" explains why we do not recommend WiFi for CCTV camera use.
  • Adding HD-IP Cameras to the Xvision PC Software

    This video shows how to add your NVR or IP cameras to the PC software supplied with our HD-IP Equipment. This applies to the following models.. Cameras - Any of the XC model cameras (XC1080BP, XC1080VVP etc) NVRs - Any of the XRN range of Network Video Recorder (XRN0808E, XRN1609...
  • See actually how good a HDCCTV system looks BEFORE you buy

    We often hear from customers who come to us AFTER they've made the mistake of buying a CCTV system from a certain company without first seeing what the picture is going to look like. We believe you should know how good your purchase is going to be before spending your...
  • Wiring Instruction for HD-SDI Kits

    Here is how to wire up our HD-SDI Kits. In a HD-SDI Kit you will receive the following items: DVR - This will be a 4 or 8 channel recorder, with internally fitted hard drive. It comes with its own power supply. Cameras - as many cameras as ordered Cables...
  • IQ CCTV - Start Up Wizard and IQCMS Windows Software

    Here is a tech-tip video showing how to set up an IQCCTV DVR using the Start-Up-Wizard.  The Start-Up Wizard will guide you through setting up recording mode, date & time and network settings.The second part of the video shows how to install the supplied IQCMS software onto a PC computer...

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