Uses an Unshielded Twisted Pair cable (UTP), like CAT5, to transmit
full motion camera video signal in B&W up to 2000ft / 600m and in
color up to 1200ft / 400m.
Built-in Filter: 0~6MHz with Extra Interference Rejection
Passive, no power required
Fast, easy installation, saving time and money
Substantial savings on the cost of the cable itself
Video Input / Output
BNC Male to 2 push pin terminal
1V p-p, 75 Ohms
2000ft / 600m (B&W), 1200ft / 400m (Color)
UTP/ Twisted Pair CAT5 (AWG24)
No Power Required
Dimensions W x H x D
15 x 19 x 54mm
How does a balun work?
Baluns are used to convert between "Balanced and Unbalanced" electrical signals.
Baluns work by transforming the original unbalanced (video/power/data/etc) signal to a balanced frequency used by a different cable, like CAT5 UTP. Not only does this reduce interference, but it also allows you to transmit a signal much longer than the original application would allow. Baluns are always utilized in pairs. One balun is needed to convert the original signal to a new frequency, and another balun is used at the other end to revert to the original frequency.
"Passive" Video Baluns do not require power, and can extend a signal up to 2000ft (B/W)
"Active" Video Baluns require power, but can extend a signal up to 8000ft (B/W)