Compatibility Chart

HDCVI Compatibility Chart[edit]

Analog HD Formats[edit]

HD-CVI[edit]

  • Up to 4K resolution cameras available
  • Standard developed by Dahua, with 200+ partners
  • Up to 500m with RG59 coax at 4K, 800m @ 720p
  • Support H.265+/H.264+

AHD[edit]

  • Up to 6MP resolution cameras commonly available now
  • >500m with RG59 coax
  • Cable Length; Varies by Manufacturer

HD-TVI[edit]

  • Up to 4 K-resolution (HD-TVI 4.0)
  • Up to 800m with RG59 coax (1080p)

HDCVI Compatibility Chart[edit]

Legend[edit]

Icon Description
Compatible
Compatible, but with limitations. See description more more details
Not compatible

Chart[edit]

Model Model Picture 2MP 3MP 4MP 5MP 6MP 8MP Description
C52A1N N42B1P.jpg
Up to 8MP, Channel 1 only. All other HD-CVI Channels up to 4MP
C52A2N N42B1P.jpg
Up to 8MP, Channel 1 only. All other HD-CVI Channels up to 4MP
C52A3N N42B1P.jpg
Up to 8MP, Channel 1 only. All other HD-CVI Channels up to 4MP

Model Model Picture

2MP

(1080p)

3MP 4MP 5MP 6MP 8MP
(4K)
Description
X21A1E X21A1E.png
1080p at 15 fps per channel
X21A2E X21A1E.png
1080p at 15 fps per channel
X21A3E X21A1E.png
1080p at 15 fps per channel
X51A1E X51A Series.png

Channel 1:

•5 M-N at 10 fps

Channels 2 to 4:

•4 M-N, 1080p at 15 fps

•1080N, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF at 30 fps

X51A3E X51A Series.png
Channels 1 and 2:
• 5 M-N at 10 fps
Channels 3 to 16:
• 4 M-N, 1080p at 15 fps
• 1080N, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF at 30 fps
X51A2E X51A Series.png
Channels 1 and 2:
• 5 M-N at 10 fps
Channels 3 to 8
• 4 M-N, 1080p at 15 fps
• 1080N, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF at 30 fps
X22A3A HCVR52A16ANS3.jpg
1080p at 15 fps per channel
X22A3N HCVR52A16ANS3.jpg
1080p at 1 to 15 fps
X32A2A HCVR52A16ANS3.jpg
1080p at 30 fps per channel
X32A3A HCVR52A16ANS3.jpg
1080p at 30 fps per channel
X52A3A X52A3A.png

Ch. 1, 2:

•5 M-N @20fps

Other Channels:

•4M-N,1080P @ 15fps

•1080N, 720P@30fps

X52A3N X52A3A.png
Ch. 1, 2:

•5 M-N @20fps

Other Channels:

•4M-N,1080P @ 15fps

•1080N, 720P@30fps

X72A2A X72A2A.png
8 MP @ 7 fps;
6 MP @ 10 fps, 5 MP @ 12 fps, 4 MP or 3 MP @ 15 fps; 4 M-N, 1080p, 720p @ 30 fps
X72A3A USA/HDCVI/DVR/Pro/X72A3A
4K at 7 fps Recording Resolution on All HDCVI Channels
X54A5L USA/HDCVI/DVR/Ultra/X54A5L
Ch. 1, 2: 5 M-N @20fps
Other channels: 4M-N,1080P @ 15fps
1080N, 720P@30fps
X24A3L USA/HDCVI/DVR/Pro/X24A3L
1080p at 15FPS
X24A5L X34A3L.png
1080p at 15FPS
X28A5S X58A3S.png
5 MP, 4 MP, 1080p at 30 fps; 720p at 60 fps
Ch. 1, 2: 5 M-N @20fps
Other channels: 4M-N,1080P @ 15fps
1080N, 720P@30fps
X58A5S USA/HDCVI/DVR/Ultra/X58A5S

Channels 1 and 2:

• 5 M-N at 20 fps

Channels 3 to 32:

• 4 M-N at 30 fps

X74A3L X74A3L.png
4k@7FPS All Channels, 6 MP at 10 fps, 5 MP at 12 fps, 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps
X58A3S X58A3S.png

1st and 9th channels:

4K at 15 fps or 4 MP at 30 fps

Other Channels:

• 4 MP at 15 fps;

• 1080p, 720p, 960H, D1, HD1, BCIF, CIF, QCIF at 30 fps

•All other HD-CVI Channels up to 4MP@15FPS

Model Model Picture

2MP

(1080p)

3MP 4MP 5MP 6MP 8MP
(4K)
Description
C542E42  C542E42.png
Channel 1:

• 5 M-N at 10 fps

Channels 2 to 4: • 4 M-N or 1080p at 15 fps • 1080N, 720p, 960H, D1, or CIF at 30 fps

C544E42 C544E42.png
Channel 1:

• 8 MP at 7 fps • 6 MP at 10 fps • 5 MP at 12 fps • 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps

Channels 2 to 4: • 4 M-N at 7 fps • 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps • 4 M-N or 1080p at 30 fps

C785E63  C785E63.png 
8 MP at 7 fps;

6 MP at 10 fps, 5 MP at 12 fps, 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps;

4 M-N, 1080p, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF or QCIF at 30 fps

C788E63 C788E63.png
8 MP at 7 fps;

6 MP at 10 fps, 5 MP at 12 fps, 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps;

4 M-N, 1080p, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF or QCIF at 30 fps

C7165E124 C7165E124.png
8 MP at 7 fps;

6 MP at 10 fps, 5 MP at 12 fps, 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps;

4 M-N, 1080p, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF or QCIF at 30 fps

C7168E124  C7168E124.png
8 MP at 7 fps;

6 MP at 10 fps, 5 MP at 12 fps, 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps;

4 M-N, 1080p, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF or QCIF at 30 fps

Model Model Picture

2MP

(1080p)

3MP 4MP 5MP 6MP 8MP
(4K)
Description
M3104E1B4 M3104E1B4.png
Channel 1:

• 5 M-N at 10 fps

Channels 2 to 4: • 4 M-N or 1080p at 15 fps • 1080N, 720p, 960H, D1, or CIF at 30 fps

M5104244 M5104244.png
Channel 1:

• 8 MP at 7 fps • 6 MP at 10 fps • 5 MP at 12 fps • 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps

Channels 2 to 4: • 4 M-N at 7 fps • 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps • 4 M-N or 1080p at 30 fps

M5108363 M5108364.png
8 MP at 7 fps;

6 MP at 10 fps, 5 MP at 12 fps, 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps;

4 M-N, 1080p, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF or QCIF at 30 fps

M832K44 M832K44.png
8 MP at 7 fps;

6 MP at 10 fps, 5 MP at 12 fps, 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps;

4 M-N, 1080p, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF or QCIF at 30 fps

M51164124 M51164124.png
8 MP at 7 fps;

6 MP at 10 fps, 5 MP at 12 fps, 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps;

4 M-N, 1080p, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF or QCIF at 30 fps

M1644K84 M1644K84.png
8 MP at 7 fps;

6 MP at 10 fps, 5 MP at 12 fps, 4 MP or 3 MP at 15 fps;

4 M-N, 1080p, 720p, 960H, D1, CIF or QCIF at 30 fps

In November 2012, Dahua technology released analog high-definition transmission interface technology-HDCVI(High Definition Composite Video Interface), with self-owned intellectual property right. HDCVI technology is a HD video transmission method, based on existing RG-59 or RG-6 coaxial cable. It can achieve long distance HD video signal reliable transmission at low cost via low general coaxial cable. In the practical application, HD-SDI subsystem requires high transmission medium, while HDCVI is suitable to the long distance, low cost transmission medium and complex deployment situation.

HD is an abbreviation for High Definition and typically refers to resolutions that are higher than 1280x720. The most common formats are 720P/HD, 1080P/Full HD, 4K/UHD and 8K/FUHD

3840 pixels × 2160 lines UHD [Ultra High Definition]

Also known as High Efficiency Video Coding, is a successor to H.264 (MPEG-4) and saves 50% bandwidth & HDD also supports 4K with 4ch@7fps or 1ch@30fps.

The intent of the H.264/AVC project is to create a standard capable of providing good video quality at substantially lower bit rates than previous standards, without increasing the complexity of design so much that it would be impractical or excessively expensive to implement.

960H is a new video standard for security systems that provides high resolution images using new advanced image sensors. Security cameras capable of 960H produce an image that is 960x480 compared to 702x480 for D1 and 352x240 for CIF.

1920 pixels x 1080 lines FHD [Full High Definition]

1280 pixels × 720 lines HD [High Definition]

The resolution of a camera is often limited by the image sensor that turns light into discrete signals. The brighter the image at a given point on the sensor, the larger the value that is read for that pixel.