We provide medical surveillance systems.

We are an industry specific closed circuit surveillance company. We provide compliant medical monitoring solutions for all medical fields. We have scalable solutions that can be monitored through our compliant secure applications. We offer a wide range of the most technologically advanced CCTV security services available today. We feature CCTV surveillance solutions that include the leading brands of cameras, available in a number of different housings and with variable features to meet our clients needs. We also provide full installation of all camera systems as well as dedicated support to best serve our customers.

Video surveillance in the medical industry is an effective tool not only for increasing security, but also for controlling costs. Surveillance cameras can work to protect practice employees and patients from security breaches, and provide valuable visual evidence that can be used to increase productivity and prevent dishonest claims. ClearMed's IP video technology is providing practices with added flexibility in their video surveillance installations, while offering benefits such as remote video monitoring and more effective storage capabilities.


 IP AND ANALOG SOLUTIONS

We offer two different Surveillance camera solutions, Analog and IP. In the traditional analog CCTV application, security cameras capture an analog video signal and transfer that signal over coax cable to the Digital Video Recorder (DVR). Each camera may be powered by plugging in the power supply right at the camera or by using RG59 Siamese cable which bundles the video and the power cables. The DVR converts the analog signal to digital, compresses it, and then stores it on a hard drive for later retrieval. In the IP world, each network camera captures an analog image but immediately converts it to digital inside the camera. Some digital processing can happen right at the camera, such as compression and motion detection. 

# Understanding ip

An IP camera has an image sensor much like the analog camera. However, once it has captured its image, it transmits it as “data” over a network connection. That data is in the form of compressed video frames sent over standardized networking protocol used for computer applications which is where it gets its name.“IP” stands for Internet Protocol which is the low-level language used to transmit data between computers in your home and the Internet.What this implies then is that the IP camera is like a little computer that you connect to, to access your video. Indeed, IP cameras are computers and run operating systems not all that different from your PC. Where they differ is that they are fixed function and their programming cannot be extended by the user. The fact that the camera uses IP for transmission is not very important. What is important that we are no longer bound by the broadcast standard. In theory, we could now have any resolution we wanted. You could as easily envision a camera with 10,000x2x000 pixels as you can 800×800. Click Here

# Understanding Analog (Coax)

As with any imaging device, the analog CCTV camera has a sensor which captures the video image. The resolution of the sensor varies but for reasons which will be described later, it is limited to 720×575. This is 720 pixels across the screen (horizontal resolution) and 575 up and down (vertical resolution). The video is captured at 60 intervals called “fields” and transmitted to the receiver. Two fields together are called a “frame.” This is called interlaced transmission. More on this later. To get the video out of the CCTV camera into a recording and display device, a single coax cable is used. To maintain compatibility with analog televisions (and hence make it easier to use off the shelf products for display and recording), the signal that comes out of the camera complies with broadcast television standards. There are two popular analog standards in the world for television: NTSC (e.g. as used in North America and Japan) and PAL (used in many other countries, especially in Europe). There is also SECAM but it is not a common standard in CCTV world.First thing to understand about NTSC or PAL is that the number of horizontal lines that make up the picture (i.e. the vertical resolution) is fixed by the specific standard. Let me repeat this again: the number of lines is fixed and every source must transmit that many lines to be compliant with the standard. As a result, when you see a specifications for the number of lines a CCTV camera has, it does NOT refer to vertical resolution which is capped by the standard. Click Here

The digital video stream is then broadcast over the local area network (LAN) using Ethernet (CAT5 or CAT6) cable. Power is supplied to the cameras through the ethernet cable via Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) adapters built into the cameras and at the (POE enabled) switch. ClearMed's Complete Solution helps integrators to increase profitability while making installation easier.