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RF-Video PX-916 2-Channel 900 MHz Video Transmitter

B&H # RFPX916 MFR # PX-916
Discontinued

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Product Highlights
  • Compact Size (2.4 x 1.5 x 0.7")
  • Includes Antenna
  • 3300 Ft Wireless Range (In Air)

The RF-Video PX-916 is a compact industrial grade transmitter capable of sending broadcast quality video in two wireless channel frequencies (916 MHz and 906 MHz). The wireless range for this transmitter is up to 3300 feet (1km) when used with the PTU-402 AM receiver and a high gain antenna. Its compact and durable design makes it an excellent choice for portable or hidden surveillance applications as well as for non-security related applications like scientific and experimental operations.

Compact video transmitter suitable for a wide range of portable and hidden monitoring applications
Includes SMA type antenna
Up to 3300 feet (1km) wireless range using special receiver and high gain antenna
Signal System NTSC
Operating Frequency 906 MHz or 916 MHz
Modulation AM
Channels 2
RF Power Output 300mW (at 900 MHz)
Antenna Includes SMA type antenna
Impedance 50 ohms
Wireless Range Up to 3300 feet (1km) using PTU-402 AM receiver and high gain antenna
Video Input BNC
Audio Input No
Power Requirements 12 VDC
Power Consumption 120mA
Operating Temperature Not Specified by Manufacturer
Dimensions (WxHxD) 2.4 x 1.5 x 0.7" (61 x 38 x 17.8mm)
Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
RF-Video PX-916 2-Channel 900 MHz Video Transmitter
  • Antenna
  • 9V Battery snap
  • 1-Year Warranty
  • System Devices

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    • You Pay: $524.95
    Usually ships in 4-6 weeks i This item is usually Drop Shipped from the MFR/Distributor within 4-6 weeks (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at the time of placing the order with the MFR. Item is non-cancelable and non-returnable.
     
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