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A CAT-5 cable is a data cable, consisting of 8 unshielded conductors twisted into 4 pairs.
A CAT-6 Cable is a data cable, standard for Gigabit Ethernet and other network physical layers that is backward compatible with CAT-5 and CAT-5e.
(charge coupled device) An image sensor type which is generally used in applications where low power consumption is secondary to image quality. CCD cameras are included in most of the mid level and above wired camera kits.
CCTV stands for Closed-Circuit Television. It is what all of our DVR systems can be classified as.
CIF is a resolution standard on a DVR. The resolution is 352 x 240.
An option that allows you to temporarily turn off an alarm
The Client port is the port used to log into the DVR menu through Internet Explorer or the DVR standalone software.
(complementary metal oxide semiconductor) An image sensor type which is generally used in applications where image quality is secondary to low power consumption. CMOS cameras are generally included in many of the entry level camera kits.
The command port is the port used to log in to the DVR Menu using either Internet Explorer or the DVR standalone software. See Also, Client Port
Copy Settings to USB
Copy Settings to USB will allow you to copy your DVR settings to a USB thumb drive. Very useful if you are an installer that sets up multiple systems.
A Cruise is a set of configured stop points on a PTZ camera. When you click "Start Cruise" on a DVR, it will cycle through all of the stop points you have configured.