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Single Channel Active UTP Receiver & Passive Transmitter for Surveillance Cameras YJS–351R+201A

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This is a single channel active UTP receiver and passive UTP transmitter for surveillance camera. UTP used for video signal transmission. Easy installation, using the standard cable system. Good anti-jamming, anti-surge, anti-lightning function. UTP cables physically smaller than coax alternatives, more cameras through a smaller diameter, extremely easy to install and terminate. Why not choosing the best one now?

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  • Specifications:

    • Effective Transmission Distance: 1100m
    • UTP used for video signal transmission
    • Easy installation, using the standard cable system
    • Image with high quality in long distance
    • Good anti-jamming, anti-surge, anti-lightning function
    • High utility ratio of cable to reduce cost


    Single Channel Active UTP Receiver & Passive Transmitter for Surveillance Cameras YJS–351R+201A

    • Outstanding interference rejection and transient protection

    Single Channel Active UTP Receiver & Passive Transmitter for Surveillance Cameras YJS–351R+201A

    • Ensure quality image, enhance image contrast

    What are the Benefits of Surveillance Cameras?

    Prevent Theft and Illegal Activities

    The primary purpose of installing surveillance cameras is to act as deterrence to robbers, criminals, petty thieves and unscrupulous elements from indulging in theft, illicit and criminal activities. Security cameras are installed in bungalows, townhouses, apartment buildings, condominiums, schools, university campuses, offices, stores, malls and other public areas. These cameras monitor suspicious activities; stop theft, vandalism and shoplifting; and alert stationed security officers about real-time thefts. Staff monitoring cameras and centrally manned systems in large businesses can also inform county and state law enforcement officials about developing dangerous situations.

    Ensure Security Management at Malls

    America's famed and ubiquitous shopping, entertainment and recreation malls and complexes, which defined suburban and exurban growth from the 1950s onward, are generally sprawled over large operational areas. It is tough and expensive to maintain armed and private security personnel to man nooks and corners of malls. In recent decades, owners and developers of malls have installed state-of-the-art surveillance cameras that can be managed from centrally controlled rooms to monitor security aspects on a micro level and especially parking lots and outlying areas. Boutique and shop owners at various malls also install these cameras as a second-level protection measure.

    Shore Up Legal Aspects/Cases

    New-generation surveillance cameras and extended central command systems can also record audio, sound and voice. Sexual harassment, other forms of veiled threats and rough behavior at the workplace and on college campuses can be spotted and records maintained on security camera systems. Audio records can be used to buffer legal cases during sexual harassment cases. Employees caught stealing inventory, office items and other material and denying the same or looking to file counter-suits can be hauled up in courts with the requisite video surveillance proof.

    IT and Data Centers Surveillance

    Monitoring security at large IT and data centers has become mandatory in the Computing Age. Every commercial enterprise, large business and federal government agency, and even small- and medium-size businesses, now maintain large, back-room IT centers to facilitate smooth running of business operations. Gigabytes and terabytes of mission-critical data reside in these IT hubs and data centers. To monitor the movement of authorized personnel, workers and other IT staff, and prevent pilfering or theft of critical storage devices, data and other digital files, high-tech and comprehensive surveillance camera systems are installed at these IT facilities and centers

    Package Included:

    • 1 x Receiver
    • 1 x Transmitter

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Product FAQs
  • How do I calculate the maximum data rate between a wireless transmitter and receiver?
  • The maximum data rates of the TX and RX depend on the bandwidth of the circuits, and simplistically it might seem that the least of these will settle the issue.
    But for communication between them the max data rate is affected by the noise in the system, and this will depend on the noise of the propagation medium, the noise figure of the RX, the power level of the TX, the transmission loss, and the maximum tolerable error rate.
    Satisfactory data transmission can be achieved with higher noise at a lower bitrate because of the statistical nature of the noise, and the time-domain averaging of signals which occurs in the RX

  • How do I wire a new traxxas transmitter and receiver to my battery and servos?
  • I assume both unit use the same xtal. sometimes units use a xmit xtal and a rcv xtal. verify that. obviously if the xtals came with the unit and are not marked xmit and rcv then u are good to go. If they are verify they are in the right unit.

  • Is there a way of suppressing possible EMF interference on a 2.4GHz 500mW transmitter/receiver setup?
  • If your case is only in the VHF range, I should say there is and that is by the usage of filters and wave traps. However, I have no actual handson on microwave. Somehow, I think it's worth trying. These things should be available in microwave systems distributors. Try andrew.

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