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Active Video Balun Transmitter, 1 Channel


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Active Video Balun Transmitter to transmit video from one analog security camera up to 3000ft away when paired with a Active Balun Receiver. Baluns are commonly used to overcome the 800ft distance limitations for video transmission over a coax cable. Please note this unit transmits video only, be sure to have power supplied to your security camera. This unit requires 12V DC power for itself to amplify the signal. 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.

What's included?


Transceiver Type1 Channel Video Transmitter (Active)
VideoFrequency Response Range: DC-6MHz;  Common-Mode / Differential-Mode rejection: 15KHz-6MHz 60dB type
Wire Type24AWG UTP CAT5 or higher
ImpedanceUTP or Connection or RJ-45: 100Ω;  BNC Coax:75Ω
Power Input DC 12-24V <80mA

3.2" x 3.2" x 1.1"

Weight1 lb



Return Policy30 Days Return Policy
Warranty1 Year


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Will these transmit and receive effectively through trees, say for about 400-500 feet?
Also, which camera (video only) from your stock would you recommend to go with this for basic area surveillance?

Question by: Rod Barnes on: 2017-02-26

This unit is an active video balun and is not wireless. It is meant to convert an analog camera to a wired signal over CAT5e cabling. Further there is nowwireless radio that could transmit effectively through trees.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-02-28