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Video surveillance cameras equipped with IR capabilities typically use LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) to produce infrared illumination. In comparison to incandescent lighting (normal light bulb), LEDs use 80% or less energy while still producing the same level or sometimes greater intensity of light. Security Camera Installers from NRSEC carry a large selection of infrared digital security cameras.

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What is Video Standard?

Different areas of the world use different video standards. North America uses NTSC, Europe uses PAL and SECAM, South America uses PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL and NTSC. Almost every area of the world has a mixture of video standards. If your CCTV/recorder/camcorder support multi-systems, you can use either PAL or NTSC camera. With a multi-system video recording format, you expect an PAL tape to be reproduced as a standard digital PAL signal, and the same machine if fed with a NTSC tape will reproduce it as a standard digital NTSC signal. A multi-system interface recorder can also be expected to make a perfectly normal PAL recording of an PAL input signal, and a perfectly normal NTSC recording of a NTSC input signal. A NRSEC representative can provide professional advice in selecting the correct Surveillance security camera.

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