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The classical CCTV cabling is based on the use of coaxial cables, or UTP cable, for the transmission of video signal. The installation is cost effective and easy, only requiring the cable installation and an easy DVR setup to customize its operation.

For this kind of cabling it is possible to use analog technology (based on the use of PAL TV standard for the CVBS video signal), whose main advantage is the full compatibility with already existing installations, or it is also possible to use high definition HD technologies, where stands out the HD-TVI standard. In order to maximize compatibility between devices, most of TBK Vision cameras and recorders can be adapted to the different HD systems in the market (so that they can work in analog mode, HD-TVI, HD-CVI, or AHD).

The main advantage of HD compared to analog technology lies in its higher resolution, since it works in high definition, ranging from HD 720 and FULL HD 1080P resolution, to megapixel resolution, reaching the 5 megapixels. Another important advantage is the possibility of using the coaxial cable for the transmission of telemetry to the camera (without having to make any specific telemetry cabling). This makes possible to remotely setup the cameras, as well as to move them (in the case of PTZ domes), or to remotely setup the motorized lenses from the DVR, which simplifies the installation and maintenance tasks.


The recorders from TBK-DVR4100 and TBK-DVR4200 series provide compatibility with all the HD systems on the market, supporting resolutions of up to 5 megapixels, and allow to add IP cameras in addition to HD channels.

The TBK-DVR4100 series provides recording at 720P resolution or 1080P Lite in real time, or recording at 1080P resolution at 12FPS. The TBK-DVR4200 series provides higher resolution recording, which, depending on the model and the HD technology of the cameras, can reach 5 megapixels. Both series include 4 alarm inputs, 1 alarm output, 4 audio inputs, and 1 audio output, with bidirectional audio support, and have a main video output, in HDMI and VGA format (which allows to display all TVI channels, or 1 IP channel at maximum 1080P), and with a BNC spot output for TVI camera sequence.

The TBK-DVR4100 and TBK-DVR4200 recording series share the same platform as the TBK-NVR5100 and TBK-NVR5200 IP recorders, providing a homogeneous and simple access to the equipment, both through DDNS, and through the P2P service, which eliminates the need to open ports, greatly simplifying the installation. The software platform VMS-3000 allows to centrally manage the equipment of several installations (both recorders and cameras), with map support. The VMS-2020 Smartphone application also provides the flexibility and mobility necessary to monitor CCTV installations easily from the mobile phone or tablet, with notifications in case of alarm, thanks to push technology.


Are you looking for a quick and easy installation?

Fix lens minidome cameras that allow you to view the scene with great quality (at FULL HD 1080P resolution) without the need for large adjustments.

These are 4-in-1 cameras, which provide a video signal under the high-definition standard HD-TVI, AHD, or HD-CVI, or analogue signal under the PAL standard. The video signal comes by default in HD-TVI, an can be easily switched to the desired standard. To do this, simply keep pressed for 5 seconds the chosen option on the adjustment knob.


For those indoor installations in which a more precise adjustment of the area on supervision is required, TBK Vision varifocal minidome cameras provide a wide product range, which can meet the needs of each installation.

Some models support double scan wide dynamic range (120 dB), which is especially useful to be used in interiors from which you want to also capture what happens outside or in the access. The range also includes models with motorized autofocus lenses, which allow the optical adjustment to be carried out quickly and easily, as well as with great precision.


The HD bullet camera range from TBK Vision provide the most suitable camera for each outdoor installation, with the flexibility that the 4 in 1 technology also provides.

The range includes from standard performance cameras at highly competitive prices, to cameras with motorized autofocus lenses , and with double scan wide dynamic range, which provides optimal video quality even in scenes with strong backlighting. In addition, all of them include a 3 axis bracket cable-guide, facilitating installation while maximizing security.


For the most demanding, in some outdoor installations the visualization of color images is required, even in very low light environments.

TBK Vision bullet HD Starlight cameras are specially designed for this, their ultrasensitive sensor provides a clear image in the most demanding conditions.

Depending on the adjustment needs of the displayed area, you can opt for a fix, varifocal, or motorized autofocus lens camera. The fix and varifocal lens cameras provide extreme sensitivity, of 0.001 lux in color mode, and 0.0001 lux in black and white mode. The motorized lens camera has a slightly lower sensitivity (0.002 lux in color, and 0.0002 lux in black and white), but provides, on the other hand, a fast and precise optical adjustment, thanks to its autofocus functionality.


TBK Vision HD cameras support up to 5 megapixels of resolution, so they provide a high level of detail in the image, maintaining the simplicity of traditional wiring.

For the fix lens models, their large sensor (1 / 2.5 “) together with their 3.6mm lens provide an 86 degree aperture, which gives wide scenes, in which details can be obtained by means of digital zoom. In those installations where the supervision of a specific area is required, the range also has varifocal models.

The cameras support the following video standards, at the following resolutions and frame rates:

HD-TVI and AHD: 5MP at 20FPS, 5MP at 12.5FPS, 4MP at 25FPS, 4MP at 30FPS, 4MP at 15FPS. CVI: 4MP at 25FPS, 4MP at 30FPS

Analog technology: resolution 960H (under the NTSC or PAL standard).

Its transmission range is up to 200 meters with coaxial cable RG59, and up to 100 meters with UTP cable category 5, expandable up to 200 meters if the frame rate is reduced.


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WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)

WDR, Wide Dynamic Range, is designed to provide a better image quality in environments subject to strong backlighting. WDR compensates the dark areas (which otherwise would be underexposed) and the light areas (which would be overexposed), providing a clear picture on the entire scene. It is especially useful on the entries of buildings, where it makes possible seeing clearly both inside and outside (which otherwise would appear overexposed).

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Infrared Cut Removal (ICR) Filter

Infrared cut removal filter blocks the infrared radiation during the day, when the camera works on color mode (the filter avoids undesirable effects in the color by the presence of infrared radiation in the light). At night, when the camera switches to black and white mode, the filter is mechanically removed, allowing the infrared light to reach the sensor, and thus maximizing the light gathering ability of the camera sensor.

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BLC (Back Light Compensation)

In backlit situations, in which a subject is in front of a bright window or door, the subject is too dark, making it difficult to be identified. Back Light Compensation automatically detects this situation and increases the exposure of the object, ensuring proper display despite the exposure of the background.

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HLC (High Light Compensation)

High Light Compensation avoids the glare effect (usually by vehicle headlights), ignoring the overexposed areas, and considering only the rest of the image to make exposure compensation. It is particularly useful in license plate reading applications.

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Starlight technology makes possible to get color images even in very low-light environments. In the same conditions in which a standard camera would switch to black and white, losing the color information (or would hardly capture image if it continued working in color mode), the cameras equipped with starlight technology are able to obtain a clear color image.