RF-Links SPX-916 900 MHz 50mW Video Transmitter

RF-Links SPX-916 900 MHz 50mW Video Transmitter

RF-Links SPX-916 900 MHz 50mW Video Transmitter

B&H # RFSPX916 MFR # SPX-916
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Product Highlights

  • Ultra Compact (0.7 x 0.6 x 0.12")
  • RCA Video Connector
  • 9-Volt Battery Snap
  • Hard-Wired Antenna

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RF-Links SPX-916 overview

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The RF-Video SPX-916 is an ultra compact yet high powered 900 MHz video transmitter. To give you an idea of its power, this transmitter has the ability to transmit great looking video images from a concrete enclosed basement all the way up to the 4th floor of a building. This level of performance coupled with its incredibly small size makes it ideal for use in specialized wireless monitoring applications. Another unique advantage of this transmitter is that it comes pre-wired with an RCA video connection, 9-volt battery snap and antenna. This makes it one of the few miniature wireless transmitters ready to use out of the box.

Ultra compact transmitter, ideal for hidden, portable, and experimental wireless applications
Comes pre-wired with RCA video input, 9-volt battery snap and antenna
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RF-Links SPX-916 900 MHz 50mW Video Transmitter
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    RF-Links SPX-916 specs

    Signal System NTSC/PAL
    Operating Frequency 916 MHz
    Channels 1
    RF Power Output 50mW
    Modulation WFM
    Antenna Hard-wired
    Impedance 75 ohms
    Wireless Range 1000 ft (305m)
    Video Input RCA Male
    Audio Input No
    Power Requirements 9 VDC
    Power Consumption 48mA
    Operating Temperature -4 ~ 168°F (-20 ~ +75°C)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 1.4 x 0.6 x 0.12" (36 x 15 x 3mm)
    Weight 0.28 oz (8 g)

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