UTP 8 Channel Camera Crossover & Power Insertion Panel with Video Balun Receivers
8 channel video, power and data distribution unit. Systems operate with other Nitek UTP video equipment including video hubs, standard video balun transceivers, active transmitters or any twisted pair equipped camera.
This simple to install wall mounted locking cabinet contains a UTP video receiver and is integrated with a 28VAC eight channel power supply. The PV824 transmits video, power and data through the UTP cable. The cable terminates with a standard RJ45 networking connector. Nitek recommends a maximum cable distance of 750 feet which may be reduced based on camera power requirements. Video, camera power and data will be separated from the cable through a VB43ATF or VB31AT video balun.
The PV824 provides power and video detection LED's for easy troubleshooting. Camera ports are individually fused with a self resetting fuse. The PV824 and the DVR are ready to communicate in a matter of minutes by simply connecting a standard coaxial cable between the BNC video output connectors of the PV824 product and the DVR.
The systems can also adapt to existing communication and computer network spare pairs or new cable installations. These units provide superior immunity from noise and interference, even when run in common raceways with AC.
- Video, power and data over a single Category cable
- Self contained UTP Video receiver and intergrated 28VAC 4 channel power supply
- 8 UTP/RJ45 camera ports
- 8 BNC video outputs
- Individually fused power for each camera port
- Video and power detection LED indicators
Wire and Cable Recommendations
Twisted Sender is recommended for use with unshielded twisted pair (UTP) wiring. The systems will operate over wire gauges from 26 AWG through 12 AWG but are optimized for 24 AWG. Category cabling may be used.
Individually shielded pairs should be avoided as they drastically reduce the operating range of the systems. Multipair cable with an overall shield is acceptable. Video can be operated in the same communication cable coexistent with telephone, computer, control signals, power voltages and other video signals. While video may be routed through telephone punchdown block terminals, any bridge-taps, also called T-taps and any resistive, capacitive or inductive devices MUST BE removed from the pair.