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RF-Video RMX-6000 Special Video & Audio Receiver for All Frequencies (900 MHZ-5.9 GHz)

RF-Video RMX-6000 Special Video & Audio Receiver for All Frequencies (900 MHZ-5.9 GHz)

RF-Video RMX-6000 Special Video & Audio Receiver for All Frequencies (900 MHZ-5.9 GHz)

B&H # RFRMX6000 MFR # RMX-6000
RF-Video RMX-6000 Special Video & Audio Receiver for All Frequencies (900 MHZ-5.9 GHz)

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Product Highlights

  • Compact & Lightweight
  • Front Panel Channel Selector
  • Battery Operable
  • NTSC/PAL

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The RF-Video RMX-6000 is an industrial grade wireless receiver capable of accessing video and audio signals transmitted in all frequencies, from 900 MHz to 5.9 GHz. An on-board dial provides easy frequency selection in three FM bands.

Video and audio receiver for all wireless frequencies (900 MHz - 5.9 GHz)
On-board channel selector in three FM bands
Operates on optional battery power (12 VDC)
Compatible with NTSC and PAL video systems
Accepts SMA type antennas
Compact and lightweight design
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RF-Video RMX-6000 Special Video & Audio Receiver for All Frequencies (900 MHZ-5.9 GHz)
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Signal System NTSC/PAL
    Frequency 900 MHz-2,150 MHz; 2,252 MHz-2700 MHz, 5,650 MHz - 5,850 MHz
    Demodulation WFM
    Channels 4 Selectable channels (#5/6/7/8)
    Tuning Front panel multi-turn potentiometer
    Antenna SMA Connector (high gain, omni-directional antenna recommended)
    Video Output BNC x1
    Audio Output 3.5mm (mini) x1
    Power Requirements 12 VDC
    Power Consumption 380mA
    Operating Temperature 14 - 149°F (-10 ~ +65°C)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 3.7 x 2 x 4" (94 x 51 x 102mm)
    Weight 7.1 oz (200 g)

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