CCTV Monitors, Security Camera Monitor, Surveillance Monitors
CCTV Camera Pros supplies a variety of CCTV monitor options. This page is a great resource for customers that are searching for a BNC monitor, security camera monitor, or surveillance monitor. We have BNC monitors that allow you to connect a single analog CCTV or HD CCTV camera. We also have security camera monitor systems that support displaying multiple cameras on a single screen. The security camera DVRs that we supply have HDMI and VGA (D-SUB) video outputs which allow you to use a standard computer monitor or HD TV with HDMI input.
CCTV Monitor / BNC Monitor
The CCTV monitors / BNC monitors that we supply have a direct BNC camera video input. This allows you to connect an analog CCTV or HD CCTV camera directly to the monitor. Our BNC monitors support the following video formats: analog CCTV (CVBS), HD-TVI, AHD, and HD-CVI.Analog CVBS can be D1 or 960H resolution. HD-TVI, AHD, and HD-CVI formats supports 720p / 1mp and 1080p / 2mp resolutions.
Live Security Camera Monitor
Our security camera monitors with direct BNC video input are a great solution for live security displays at retail locations. These security monitors let customers know that an active video surveillance system is in use, which deters theft. Our CCTV monitors have a BNC loop output that allows you to also connect the camera to a security DVR for recording.
BNC Input / BNC Output
Here you can see the BNC video inputs and BNC loop outputs on our CCTV monitors. The inputs labeled BNC In / BNC Out are used for analog CCTV cameras (CVBS format). The BNC HD In / HD Out are used for
HD BNC security cameras (AHD, HD-TVI, and HD-CVI format).
Security Camera with Monitor and DVR
Here is an installation diagram showing a security camera with monitor and DVR connected to it's video feed. The CCTV camera is connected to the BNC video input on the CCTV monitor for a live display. The BNC output (loop output) is connected to a video input on the Viewtron DVR for recording. Although not pictured in the diagram, the DVR would most likely have a standard LCD monitor or TV connected to the HDMI output of the DVR. So, the CCTV monitor will always display a live view of the security camera that it is connected to and the monitor that may be connected to the DVR will be used to control the DVR and display multiple security cameras.
Security Camera Monitor Systems
If you are looking for a security camera monitor systems that can be used to display live video feed from multiple cameras on a single screen, then we highly recommend that you check out our
live security camera display systems on this page. They allow you to connect multiple security cameras to a video multiplexer so that you can use a standard LCD monitor or TV with an HDMI cable or VGA cable.
The above video demonstrates the
VM-HD4 CCTV quad multiplexer connected to (4) 4K security cameras. The VM-HD4 is our best selling multiplexer. The video was captured via the 4K HDMI video output. CCTV Camera Pros can provide a custom multiple security camera TV display solution and quote based on this 4 channel CCTV multiplexer, our 9 channel multiplexer, or our 16 channel CCTV multiplexer.
Security Monitor Multiple Camera Display
Setting a security monitor to display multiple security cameras on a single screen is easy. This is how it works.
- The coax portion of the pre-made Siamese camera cable (blue line above) connects the BNC video output of each camera to a BNC video input of the VM-HD4 quad video multiplexer.
- The power cable built into the Siamese cable is connected to the power adapter that is included with the camera. The power adapter plugs into the power source near your TV. Please note that you can use a standard power strip / surge protector if you need more than 2 power supply ports.
- The video multiplexer also includes a 12V DC power supply. That can also be connected to the power outlet near your TV.
- The HDMI cable that is included with the system connects the HDMI output of the multiplexer to the HDMI video input of your TV monitor.
CCTV Monitor Help
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