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MuxLab 500017 S-Video/Audio Balun

B&H # MUSVHSVAVC5B Mfr # 500017
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You Pay: $49.95
Product Highlights
  • Supports Transmission via Cat5E/6 UTP
  • Transmits S-Video Signal up to 1000'
  • Transmits Audio Signal up to 3250'
  • Eliminates Bulky S-Video Patch Cables
  • Audio Bandwidth - 20Hz to 20KHz
  • Compact Design - 2.40 x 2.25 x 1.00"
  • Includes 6" Dual RCA Jumper Cable

The MuxLab 500017 S-Video/Audio Balun allows transmission of a single S-Video signal up to 1000' (305m) and audio signal up to 3250' (990m) in a point-to-point connection via Cat5E/6 UTP cable, eliminating the need for bulky S-Video patch cables. When used in conjunction with MuxLab's Audio-Video Distribution Hub (500200), the S-Video Balun allows S-Video programming to be distributed via UTP.

The balun is used in pairs and allows S-Video equipment such as DVD players, VCR, satellite receivers, etc. to be connected to any convenient modular outlet.

Besides using Cat5E/6 as an alternative to S-Video cabling, the balun also makes changes / additions to modular outlet connections faster and easier. The compact balun measures 2.40 x 2.25 x 1.00" and allows for hassle-free wiring. It features 20Hz to 20KHz audio bandwidth and includes 6" dual-RCA stereo audio cable. The balun is ideal for use in classroom video distribution, commercial and home audio/video systems, hospital video training, video conferencing, and video kiosks.

Allows transmission of a single S-Video signal up to 1000' (305m) and audio signal up to 3250' (990m) in a point-to-point connection via Cat5E/6
Supports use of UTP as a cost-effective alternative to bulky S-Video patch cables
When used in conjunction with MuxLab's Audio-Video Distribution Hub (500200), the S-Video Balun allows S-Video programming to be distributed via UTP
S-Video equipment include DVD players, VCR, satellite receivers, MPEG players, laptops, notebooks, monitors, LCD projectors, CCD cameras, video switchers, sequencers, digital video servers, video multiplexers, S-Video splitters, and S-Video converters
Allows S-Video equipment to be connected to any convenient modular outlet
Changes and additions to other modular outlet connections are made easier
Compact design - 2.40 x 2.25 x 1.00"
Audio bandwidth - 20Hz to 20KHz
Includes 6" dual RCA jumper cable
Ideal for use in classroom video distribution, commercial and home audio/video systems, hospital video training, video conferencing, and video kiosks
Transmission Transparent to the user
Bandwidth Video: DC to 6 MHz
Audio: 20 Hz to 20 KHz
Impedance Video: 75 ohms
Audio: 600 ohms minimum
Maximum Input Video: 1.1Vp-p
Audio: 1.1Vp-p
Insertion Loss Video: Less than 2 dB per pair over the frequency range from DC to 6 MHz
Audio: Less than 2 dB per pair over the frequency range
Return Loss Video: Better than 15 dB over the frequency range
Audio: N/A
Common Mode Rejection Video: Greater than 40 dB over the frequency range
Audio: Greater than 60 dB @ 1 KHz / Greater than 40 dB over the frequency and distance range
Maximum Distance Video: 1000' (305m)
Audio: 3250' (990m)
(Cat5e/6 UTP cable)
Configuration (pin configuration)

Video

S-Video Luma: pins 7 [R] & 8 [T]
S-Video Chroma: pins 4 [R] & 5 [T]
Reverse Polarity Sensitive

Audio

Audio 1: pins 1 [R] & 2 [T]
Audio 2: pins 3 [R] & 6 [T]
Cable 24 AWG or lower solid copper twisted pair wire
Impedance: 100 ohms at 1 MHz; Maximum capacitance: 20 pf/foot
Attenuation: 6.6 dB/1000' (305m) at 1 MHz
Connectors 1x S-video
2x RCA audio jacks
1x RJ45

Includes 6" (15.2cm) dual RCA stereo cable (accepts audio cable up to 12' (3.7m)
Enclosure Fire retardant plastic
Operating Temperature 32 ~ 131°F (0 ~ 55°C)
Dimensions 2.4 x 2.3 x 1" (61 x 58 x 25mm) - plus 5" (127mm) S-video lead
Weight 3.1 oz (89g)
MuxLab 500017 S-Video/Audio Balun
  • 6" (15.2cm) Dual RCA Stereo Cable
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