VHS

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VHS

 (vē′āch-ĕs′)
A trademark for a videotape format.

VHS

abbreviation for
(Electronics) trademark video home system: a video cassette recording system using -inch magnetic tape

VHS

Trademark. a videocassette tape format.
Translations
házi videorendszer
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Ease of Installation An analog camera requires a power cable and a digital video recorder, or DVR, cable; whereas, an IP camera only needs one cable for both power and network connection, so installation is not tied to power outlets.
This is a digital back that transforms an analog camera into a digital one.
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The video encoder is compatible with all analog camera types, both fixed and pan/tilt/zoom cameras.
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The app to be presented at the upcoming SIGGRAPH 2010 Conference, along with the high res display of the smartphone works as an old analog camera with a manual focus lens requiring the user to bring patterns into focus.
AXIS M7001 Video Encoder is designed to be installed close to an analog camera. It converts analog video signals from all types of analog cameras into digital video streams that are then sent over an IP-based network (e.g.
Designed for discreet or space-restrictive video surveillance applications, it receives power through the Ethernet cable and can also supply power to an attached analog camera, eliminating the need for power outlets.
The cameras would primarily be used for store security and loss prevention and are replacing an analog camera and digital video recorder system previously used by the retailer.
The unit receives analog camera feeds directly into the unit, or can receive loop-through from a DVR or time-lapse VCR unit: any analog feed may be used as a video source on the Mobile Gateway video server.