CAT 5 Video Baluns
over CAT5 Network Cable. Use existing network wiring to send
video, audio, and power all together. Can be used over short
distances up to miles!
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Wireless Video Information:
CAT5 Video baluns still
require a wire run, but instead of coax cable you can
use CAT 5 cable instead. If you already have CAT 5
network cable in your walls, you can use that cable or
run new cable. Video Baluns also let you can make much
longer runs than regular coax cable (thousands of feet
if needed), and can send power "up the cable".
Transmitters and receivers are the easiest option
because they completely replace all video cables, but
you will still need to provide power at the camera
location and may be subject to interference from other
Using multiple channels
and frequencies, up to 12 wireless cameras may be
wireless in a multi-camera wireless system. In most
cases each camera needs it's own transmitter and
Ranges vary by system and
are rated based on unobstructed line of sight. Average
ranges are from 100 to 700 feet, and we even have
transmitters rated up to 10 miles for civilian use.
More powerful transmitters
are available for law-enforcement and military. Call for
The wireless signal will
transmit through walls, ceilings, and other obstacles
but any obstructions may decrease the distance. The more
dense the material the more the range is reduced.
If too many obstacles
create poor reception, this problem can often be solved
by using external high-gain antennas (on some receiver
Did you know there are many different ways to transmit
video besides running coax cables?
the only option was coax cable, but now we offer several
other video transmission options.
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