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Avalon RF DX502 2-Antenna True Diversity Receiver

B&H # AVDX502 Mfr # DX502
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This is a Special order item. Est. arrival at B&H is 7-14 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at time of shipment. Item is non-cancelable and non-returnable.
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You Pay: $2,194.95
Product Highlights
  • Soup-To-Nuts / No Latency Video Receiver
  • FM Modulated / Bandwidth - 16MHz/27MHz
  • Tuning Range - 900MHz-2.15GHz
  • VITC Watermarking & GC Circuitry
  • Audio Channel with Optional Talk-back
  • Auto-synthesizing Feature
  • Can Be Controlled Remotely via RS-232
  • Rugged & Compact (5.09 x 5.75 x 1.42")

The Avalon RF DX502 2-Antenna True Diversity Receiver is a soup-to-nuts, no latency video receiver used in demanding long range, high mobility, and wireless video applications. It is FM modulated, and has a tuning range of 900MHz-2.15GHz (optional) & a bandwidth of 16MHz/27MHz.

Offering VITC (Vertical Interval Time Code) watermarking (optional), and GC canceling circuitry, the DX502 2-Antenna True Diversity Receiver provides a high-quality video channel. In addition to an audio channel with an optional talk-back audio channel, the receiver is equipped with an auto-synthesizing feature for video and data link.

When coupled with the TX530 or TX630 transmitter, the DX502 2-Antenna True Diversity Receiver provides a 2-way, half duplex, digital encrypted communications channel. You can remotely control the receiver via RS-232 channel. Being rugged and compact (5.09 x 5.75 x 1.42" / 12.9 x 14.6 x 3.6 cm), it is ideal to be used with remote security PTZ cameras and covert video systems.

Soup-to-nuts, no latency video receiver used in demanding long range, high mobility, and wireless video applications
FM modulated
Has a tuning range of 900MHz to 2.15GHz (optional) & a bandwidth of 16MHz / 27MHz
VITC (Vertical Interval Time Code) watermarking (optional), and GC canceling circuitry
Audio channel with an optional talk-back audio channel
Auto-synthesizing feature for video and data link
Provides a 2-way, half duplex, digital encrypted communications channel - when coupled with TX530 or TX630 transmitter
Can be remotely controlled via RS-232 channel
Rugged and compact (5.09 x 5.75 x 1.42" / 12.9 x 14.6 x 3.6 cm )
Ideal to be used with remote security PTZ cameras and covert video systems
Tuning Range 900MHz-2.15GHz
Bandwidth 16MHz/27MHz
Power Unregulated 12V@680mA
Weight 0.25kg / 0.6 lb
Avalon RF DX502 2-Antenna True Diversity Receiver
  • ZIPLOCK ESD Bag
  • 1 BX002U 12V Low Noise Regulated AC Adapter for 110VAC/60Hz
  • User Manual
  • One Reusable Carton with Foam Lining
  • 1-Year Warranty
  • System Extensions

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