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NVT NV-218A-PVD PVD Power Supply Passive Receiver
Model No: NV-218A-PVD
SV# NV-218APVD
Price: $47.52

Availability: In stock.

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The NV-218A-PVD from NVT is a Power-Video-Data Transceiver that allows the transmission of real-time monochrome or color video over Unshielded Twisted-Pair (UTP) telephone wire and supports any type of Broadband signals. The NV-218A-PVD from NVT allows the use of a shared or existing cable plant and has a 9" mini-coax pigtail lead for direct video output connection from the camera. The NV-218A-PVD incorporates the transceiver engine of NVT‘s popular NV-214A-M video transceiver with the added value of Power and Data connections to and from the camera and also uses convenient screw less UTP connectors. The NV-218A-PVD carries a limited lifetime warranty and is UL and cUL listed. The unparalleled interference rejection and low emissions of the NV-218A-PVD allows video signals to co-exist in the same wire bundle as telephone, datacom, or low-voltage power circuits.

 
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