MuxLab's New HD-SDI Balun is Ideal for HD CCTV

Go the Distance via Cat5e/6 Cable

MONTREAL, CANADA - MuxLab Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of the newest addition to its HD-SDI family; the HD-SDI Balun (500701). This new product allows one HD-SDI signal to be transmitted up to 150 ft (45m) via Cat5e cable at HD resolution in a point-to-point configuration.


Ideal for various applications such as video production, broadcasting, post-production, and medical imaging displays, the 500701 is ideal for HD CCTV and supports SD, HD and 3G resolutions. This new balun supports transmission of up to 2.97/3.0 Gbps uncompressed, un-encrypted digital video within television facilities and between professional video equipment.

"To make things simple, the 500701 also comes as a two-pack (500701-2PK) and the unit works with devices such as camcorders, video processors, monitors, projectors, and any equipment supporting HD-SDI single link" said Marc Bohbot, MuxLab's Director of R&D. "We are extremely excited about the launch of this new product".

The 500701 also supports up to 400 ft (120m) via Cat5e cable at SD resolution. The unit features a cast aluminum enclosure for maximum EMI/RFI shielding making it the obvious choice for various installations.

About MuxLab
MuxLab Inc. is a leading designer and manufacturer of connectivity solutions that allow CCTV and Audio-Video equipment to be connected via cost-efficient Cat5e/6 copper twisted pair in the structured cabling environment. For over 25 years, the MuxLab brand has been synonymous with quality, performance and reliability. MuxLab solutions streamline cabling by reducing material, space and installation costs. Even after installation, MuxLab products help save time and money by facilitating moves, adds, and changes.

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