RF-Links VRX-58L  5.8 GHz 8-Channel  Compact Video and Audio Receiver

RF-Links VRX-58L 5.8 GHz 8-Channel Compact Video and Audio Receiver

RF-Links VRX-58L 5.8 GHz 8-Channel Compact Video and Audio Receiver

B&H # RFVRX58L MFR # VRX-58L
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The RF-Video VRX-58L is an industrial grade wireless receiver capable of accessing video transmitted in the 5.7-5.8 GHz range. Fully synthesized, this receiver displays high quality video with the sharpness and color depth required in demanding production environments.

Its small size and its ability to withstand high and low temperature extremes, makes it an ideal choice for field and mobile use in both conventional and experimental applications. As with most RF-Video receivers, this unit is NTSC and PAL compatible and operates on optional battery power.

Note: Antenna sold separately (SMA)

8-Selectable channels in the 5.7-5.8 GHz frequency range
Reliable and safe operation with polarity protection
Superior image quality with PLL (Phase Locked Loop)
Accepts a wide range of SMA type antennas
Compatible with NTSC and PAL TV systems
Video inverse function
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RF-Links VRX-58L 5.8 GHz 8-Channel Compact Video and Audio Receiver
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    RF-Links VRX-58L specs

    Signal System NTSC/PAL
    Frequency 5.7-5.8 GHz
    Modulation WFM
    Channels 8 (selectable)
    Tuning Yes
    Antenna SMA Connector
    Video Output RCA x1
    Audio Output RCA x1
    Power Requirements 9-12 VDC (12 VDC for battery)
    Power Consumption 350mA
    Operating Temperature -4 ~ 158°F (-20 ~ +70°C)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 3 x 1 x 4.7" (76.2 x 25.4 x 119.4mm)
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer

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