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FLIR MPX security video surveillance cameras

FLIR MPX security cameras

FLIR MPX (megapixel over coax) security cameras make upgrading to HD easier than ever without the expense of recabling. FLIR MPX also supports single cable full PTZ control and audio transmission.

What is MPX?

FLIR MPX is a revolutionary video surveillance format powered by HD-CVI technology. MPX delivers megapixel picture quality over coax, meaning you can upgrade your existing analogue systems to HD resolution (1MP & 2.1MP) over a single coax cable (existing RG59 & RG6 compatible).

How does MPX work?

MPX is an over-coaxial-cable analogue HD video transmission standard utilising bidirectional full duplex communication. A single run of coaxial cable is used to reliably transmit HD images, audio, and data, which enables high-performance functionality such as intercom, UTC PTZ and OSD menu control with a single cable run.

What are the benefits of MPX technology?

  • Upgrade to analogue HD seamlessly with simple, low-cost installation

  • Megapixel & uncompressed image quality —1080p (1920×1080) & 720p (1280×720)

  • Long range, zero-latency, reliable video transmission (without the addition of relay devices)

  • Strong anti-interference capability

  • Support for 960H and other analogue video surveillance standards

  • Constant and reliable signal transmission for smooth display without loss

  • Open analogue HD video transmission standard rapidly gaining acceptance and popularity

Learn more about FLIR MPX cameras here.

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