Allen Avionics VIT-75-5R Video Isolation Transformer

BH #ALVIT755R • MFR #VIT-75-5R
Allen Avionics
Allen Avionics VIT-75-5R Video Isolation Transformer
Key Features
  • Hum and Noise Eliminator
  • 5 Channel I/O
  • 75 ohms
  • Aluminum Case
The Allen-Avionics VIT-75-5R video isolation transformer is designed to eliminate hum caused specifically by ground loops. The VIT series is designed to eliminate these problems by breaking the ground connection. It also has the ability to deal with noise problems caused by large voltage potential differences up to 500VDC.
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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Allen Avionics VIT-75-5R Video Isolation Transformer

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Allen Avionics VIT Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Withstands High DC Voltage
  • 3Isolation Between Channels
  • 4Frequency Responce

The Allen-Avionics VIT-75-5R video isolation transformer is designed to eliminate hum caused specifically by ground loops. The VIT series is designed to eliminate these problems by breaking the ground connection. It also has the ability to deal with noise problems caused by large voltage potential differences up to 500VDC.

Withstands High DC Voltage

This device will isolate the signal even with up to 500VDC at the dielectric.

Isolation Between Channels

A typical isolation of 60 dB ensures each signal path performs separately. Eliminates 60Hz Hum caused by ground loops.

Frequency Responce

Frequency response is flat over range 20Hz to 4.5MHz.

Allen Avionics VIT Specs

InputComposite Video x5, 1 Vpp @ 75 ohms, on BNC connectors
OutputComposite Video x5, 1 Vpp @ 75 ohms, on BNC connectors
Bandwidth6MHz
Hum RejectionVideo Isolation: 100M ohms minimum
Return Loss20dB minimum
Dimensions1 Rack Unit Space
Weight13 lbs
5.9kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19 x 8 x 3"
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