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16 Channel Active Balun Receiver


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16 Channel Active Video Balun Receiver that can receive CCTV video signals from up to 16 security cameras. It is compatible with both active video balun transmitters and passive video baluns. When combined with an active transmitter, you can expect video transmission from up to 3000ft away. With a passive video balun up to 1500ft transmission is possible. We've tested these numbers in our lab to be free of any video distortion for use with analog CCTV security cameras. These multichannel Balun receivers help simplify a large CCTV installation by allowing the installer to make the cabling more organized and make easy connections without cluttering the back of the DVR with multiple baluns hanging on the back of it.

Baluns are instrumental in allowing the Security Camera Installer to surpass the 800ft signal transmission limitation of Coax wire. Please note balun receivers receive video only, power must be supplied to security cameras separately. This unit requires 110V AC. For those new to the CCTV industry, Video Baluns are compatible with analog security cameras that have BNC output and are compatible with any camera that outputs to a standard CCTV Security DVR.

This 16 Port Active Balun Receiver is also rackmount friendly and comes with rackmount ears for installation to a server cabinet or rack. On the front there are small flat switches for gain control to toggle signal sensitivity. On the back for video inputs there are two type of connections: 1) 16x individual screw terminal inputs to connect 2 lead wires coming a balun transmitter or 2) 4x RJ45 jacks for video input from 4 baluns each. In the latter, the trick is to make your own CAT5 wire pigtail a RJ45 plug and insert it in to the RJ45 jack. Then mate wire leads coming in to this pigtail. Either way both options work.

You can even relay video longer distances by connecting this unit with our 16 channel passive balun transceiver using the RJ45 ports on them.

For video output, there are 16x BNC ports on the back of this balun receiver. You would use BNC patch cables to plug these video outputs to the back of your DVR.



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