HD/TVI/AHD Passive PoC Video Baluns

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Code: SE9307
Manufacturer: HAYDON
Man Code: HAY-HDVB01POC-PT
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Description

SE9307 HD/TVI/AHD Passive PoC Video Baluns

The video balun is a passive (non-amplified) device that allows the transmission of real-time CCTV HD video, power and data signal via cost-effective Unshielded Twisted Paired (UTP) cable for application of POC camera and POC DVR. This is also compatible with all HD-TVI, HD-CVI, AHD cameras up to 4K and CVBS analog cameras.

Male BNC allows connection directly to the camera and DVR. Push-pin terminal block allows tool-less connection of UTP cable output. Used in pairs, eliminates costly and bulky coaxial cable.

The superior interference rejection and low emissions allow video signals to coexist in the same wire bundle as telephone, datacom. This allows the use of a shared or existing cable plant. There is built-in surge suppressor to protect video equipment against damaging voltage spikes. Its crosstalk and noise immunity ensure quality video signals.
Features

  • Built in Cable Strain Relief
  • Easy Cable install one button press
  • Real-time transmission over UTP cat5e/6
  • Compatible with all HD-TVI/CVI/AHD/CVBS and POC analog camera
  • Low crosstalk and noise suppression
  • Surge Protection : 2KV
  • Wave Filter Design, Anti-Static Design
  • Power and video signals transmit over one twist pair cable
  • 60 dB crosstalk and noise immunity
  • Exceptional interference rejection
  • ABS engineering plastic housing


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