RF-Links LX-4900/5 8-Channel Video Transmitter 4.9 GHz

BH #RFLX49005 • MFR #LX-4900/5
RF-Links LX-4900/5 8-Channel Video Transmitter 4.9 GHz
Key Features
  • Highly Compact Surveillance Transmitter
  • Measures Only 2.8" x 1.5"
  • Up to 15 Mile Transmission Range
  • Operates on 4.9 GHz Frequency Band
Highly compact and offering up to a 15 mile transmission range, the RF-Video LX-4900/5 is a 5W RF power video transmitter for long-range surveillance applications. It operates on the 4.9 GHz FCC-licensed frequency band across 8 selectable channels. A high gain antenna (sold separately) is required to achieve the maximum transmission distance.
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$6,998.00

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

RF-Links LX-4900/5 8-Channel Video Transmitter 4.9 GHz


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RF-Links LX-4900/5 Overview

Highly compact and offering up to a 15 mile transmission range, the RF-Video LX-4900/5 is a 5W RF power video transmitter for long-range surveillance applications. It operates on the 4.9 GHz FCC-licensed frequency band across 8 selectable channels. A high gain antenna (sold separately) is required to achieve the maximum transmission distance.

  • Measures only 2.8" x 1.5"
  • 1860 mA current consumption
  • RCA video/audio connectors

RF-Links LX-4900/5 Specs

Operating Frequencies4950-5000 MHz
Number of Channels8 selectable channels
DC Voltage9-12 V
RF Power Output5 W
Minimum Required Voltage10 V
Battery Power12 V
Video Distortion 2%
Maximum RangeUp to 15 miles (24 km) (using a high gain antenna)
Current Consumption1860 mA / 12 V
Antenna ConnectorSMA
Impedance50 ohms
Audio Output300 mV
Video/Audio ConnectorsRCA
Video Impedance75 ohms
Video Level1 V
Polarity ProtectionYes
Video Preemphasis NetworkNo
Temperature Range14 to 149°F (-10 to 65°C)
Dimensions2.8 x 1.5 x 0.75" (7 x 3.8 x 1.9 cm)
Weight1.8 oz (50 g)
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