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OVP 4 Channel Passive Video CCTV Via Twisted Pair UTP Transceiver VT243N

SKU:A14160000M

The video transceiver is passive device that allows the transmission of real-time monochrome (B/W) or color video via unshielded twisted-pair(UTP) cable. It can be used as both transmitter and receiver. Extremely easy to install and terminate Why not...
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Specifications:


  • The video transceiver is passive device
  • Allows the transmission of real-time monochrome or color video via unshielded twisted-pair(UTP) cable
  • It allow signals transmission up to 300m and 600m respectively by working with transceiver
    Simplify the wiring project and save wire use quantity
  • Allows the use of a shared or existing cable plant
  • It can be used as both transmitter and receiver
  • Transmission Distance: 300m(color); 600m(B/W)

Details:

OVP 4 Channel Passive Video CCTV Via Twisted Pair UTP Transceiver VT243N


  • Interface: RJ45 twisted pair, data binding post, video BNC(female)

Definition of a Transceiver:


Types


  • The two most common transceiver types are full duplex and half duplex. A full duplex transceiver transmits and receives signals simultaneously, while a half duplex type is only capable of doing one of those functions at a time.

Common Usage


  • Transceivers are used in a variety of different applications including telephony, radio technology and ethernet-based computer networks.

Misconceptions


  • A transceiver must contain common circuitry between the transmitter and the receiver. If no common circuitry is shared between the transmitter and the receiver, it is referred to as a transmitter-receiver.

Size


  • The size of a transceiver depends on what purpose the transceiver serves. A transceiver can be as small as a computer chip in a cell phone, or a large device used in an advanced computer network.

Geography


  • Geography can affect the performance of a transceiver. For example, a cell phone may not function as well in a mountainous area

Package Included:



  • 1 x Video UTP Transceiver