I would like to talk about why IP CCTV systems are popular today and what benefits they have for users. For this, I will go by comparing IP based camera systems with analog systems.

- analog system access; The operator camera image can be accessed on the recorder.
- IP system access; The operator can access the camera image separately, and at the same time, through the camera and the recording device.

Number of Channels Supported
- Analogue Recording Center; Limited to 4, 8, 16 & 32 cameras.
- IP Registration center; If the NVR recorder is used, 64 channels, if the server device is used, it can be recorded with +100 channels.

Flexible Expandability
- analog system expansion; The system is expanding with 4, 8, 16 & 32 camera input recording devices side by side.
- IP system expansion; The need for a layered solution for a camera to be added has been eliminated. It can be easily expanded with an additional camera license.

Supported Resolution
- Analogue system recording & Monitoring quality; The maximum resolution of the analog camera and recording system is 960H (960x480).
- IP system recording quality; The mega-pixel image quality that is only possible with IP camera technology is supported. More details can be obtained with more clarity!

- Integration in analog system; Thanks to the I / O cards on the DVRs, other systems based on dry contact can be integrated.
- Integration in IP systems; IP-based recording and Management CCTV platforms allow software-based integration with other systems.

- analog system wiring; Separate video cable for each camera should be drawn between the camera and the center.
- IP system cabling; Cabling is made between the camera and the closest network switch. It's easier to build infrastructure. Thus, an advantage is provided in labor costs.