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GE SECURITY 9906VMPD2-T-R SM - 6-CH Video, 2-Way MPD, Tx, Rack, 2-Fiber
    • One-way video and two-way data transmission over one or two single mode fibers
    • Digital multiplexing technology
    • Supports NTSC and PAL video formats
    • >520 TV lines resolution
    • Video SNR >55 dB

Model No: 9906VMPD2-T-R
SV# 9906VMPD2-T-R
Price: $2,551.81

Availability: In stock.

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The 9906VMPD2-T-R is a 2-way 6 channel video multiplexer from GE Security that can easily and simultaneously transmit real-time, full frame monochrome and color signals over single mode optical fibers. The 9906VMPD2-T-R video multiplexer comes with NTSC/PAL video format support, 2-way transmission, inbuilt diagnostics, optical AGC, as well as a 10-20dB optical budget. The 9906VMPD2-T-R video multiplexer also features digital multiplexing technology, 520TV resolution, a 6.5MHz video bandwidth per channel, plus a compact size. This video multiplexer is able to promote high standard signal transmission, and can be installed into place with ease.

Features

  • One-way video and two-way data transmission over one or two single mode fibers
  • Digital multiplexing technology
  • Supports NTSC and PAL video formats
  • >520 TV lines resolution
  • Video SNR >55 dB
  • 6.5 MHz video bandwidth per channel
  • Supports multiprotocol data formats
  • Field-selectable data format
  • 10 to 20 dB optical budget
  • SMARTS™ built-in diagnostics
 
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