- Wiring Diagram
The FS-HDP4002 video balun is a passive (non-amplified) device that allows the transmission of real-time CCTV HD video signal via cost-effective
Unshielded Twisted Paired (UTP) cable. Baseband (composite) signals of any type are supported.
The FS-HDP4002 is compatible with all HD-TVI, HD-CVI and AHD analog camera.
Male BNC of the FS-HDP4002 allows connection directly to the camera and DVR. Screw-less terminal block allows tool-less connection of UTP cable output.
Used in pairs, the FS-HDP4002 eliminates costly and bulky coaxial cable.
The superior interference rejection and low emissions of the FS-HDP4002 allows video signals to coexist in the same wire bundle as telephone, datacom, or low-voltage power circuits. This allows the use of a shared or existing cable plant. The FS-HDP4002 is built-in surge suppressor to protect video equipment against damaging voltage spikes. Its crosstalk and noise immunity ensure quality video signals.
• Security Monitoring System
• Multimedia Network Teaching System
• Medical Monitoring Display System
• Industrial Automation Control System
• Banking, securities, financial information display system
• Remote Network Server Monitoring
• Department Store Security
• Casino Security
• Hospitals, Airports and banks
• School Campuses
1. Please make sure to install transmitter at camera side and receiver at DVR side to achieve best quality
2. If you adjust saturation of DVR, video transmission distnace could be farther. (HD-CVI 720P: max up to 480m(1574ft))
3. If chromatic aberration occurs, please also adjust saturation, the picture will recover perfectly automatically.
4. The device is not waterproof and not to be used at outdoors.
Wire and Cable Recommendations
The FS-HDP4002 is recommended to use with Unshielded Twisted Paired (UTP) wiring from 24AWG through 22AWG.Individually shielded pairs should be avoided, as they reduce the operating range of the systems drastically. Multi-pair cable (25-pair or more) with an overall shield are acceptable. Video signals can coexist in the same wire bundle as telephone, datacom, or low-voltages power circuits. While video may be routed through telephone punch-down block terminals, any bridge-taps, also called T-taps and any resistive, capacitive or inductive devices MUST BE removed from the pair.
For more specific information regarding wire types, gauges and proper installation techniques, please contact us for technical assistance