Bosch LTC8786/60 RS-232 to Allegiant Biphase Converter

Bosch LTC8786/60 RS-232 to Allegiant Biphase Converter

Bosch LTC8786/60 RS-232 to Allegiant Biphase Converter

B&H # BOLTC878660 MFR # LTC 8786/60

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Bosch LTC 8786/60 overview

  • 1Description

The Bosch LTC8786/60 is designed to convert a Bosch Receiver, Driver and AutoDome RS-232 control code protocol into an Allegiant biphase control code. This allows a single data output from a DESA DVR or similar device to be converted into multiple control code outputs for operating AutoDome cameras. This unit connects directly to the RS-232 serial port of a PC using an industry standard null modem cable. If another connection type is required, an interface cable can easily be constructed using the supplied 9-Pin D connector.

Provides up to 16 Biphase control code outputs
Each output operates up to 8 devices in a daisy chain
Compact design
UPC: 800549049276
In the Box
Bosch LTC8786/60 RS-232 to Allegiant Biphase Converter
  • Power adapter
  • 5.8 ft. (1.8m) Power Cable
  • Subminiature 9-Pin D connector
  • 4 x Adhesive backed rubber feet
  • 3-Year Warranty
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    Bosch LTC 8786/60 specs

    Connectors Data In

    RJ-11, 9-pin D Connector (9-pin adapter included)

    Biphase Output

    Removable terminal blocks with three connections: (+), (-), and (S [Shield]) for each of the sixteen Bi-Phase code outputs
    Maximum Cable Length Supported 5000 ft. (1.5 km) using 1 mm2, 18 AWG shielded twisted pair Belden 8760 or equivalent cable
    Power Requirements 120 VAC
    Power Consumption 3W
    Operating Temperature 32 - 144°F (-0 ~ +40°C)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 6.1 x 1.5 x 5.3" (154 x 38 x 132mm)
    Weight 11.2 oz (317.5 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.4 x 8.3 x 5.9"

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