Developed for the security video and audio-video markets, the Quad Video Balun allows up to four (4) Composite Video channels to be transmitted over one Cat5 cable, thus replacing up to four (4) coaxial cables for more cost-efficient cabling.
Quad Video Balun Supports Four Video Channels
Montreal, Canada - MuxLab Inc (www.muxlab.com), designer and manufacturer of security video and audio -video connectivity solutions for copper twisted pair, announces its latest addition to its audio -video connectivity portfolio...The Quad Video Balun (500032).
Developed for the security video and audio -video markets, the Quad Video Balun allows up to four (4) Composite Video channels to be transmitted over one Cat5 cable, thus replacing up to four (4) coaxial cables for more cost -efficient cabling.
The Quad Video Balun supports composite video up to 2,200 ft (670m) via Cat5 cable and works in pairs. The Quad Video Balun is part of MuxLab's total audio -video cabling solution and works in conjunction with MuxLab's other Composite Video baluns for added cabling versatility.
Used in pairs, the Quad Video Balun supports Composite Video up to 2,200 ft (670m) via Category 5 twisted pair cable (UTP).
The Quad Video Balun streamlines cabling in applications such as: security video, video -conferencing, digital signage, boardroom systems, video advertising, medical monitoring , financial video systems, classroom instruction, tradeshow demos, PC -training, airline information systems, courtroom video arraignment and home entertainment systems.
For more information, please visit the MuxLab website (www.muxlab.com) or contact MuxLab at
+1 514 -905 -0588, or email@example.com.
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