MuxLab Component Video/Analog Audio ProAV Balun with BNC Connectors

MuxLab Component Video/Analog Audio ProAV Balun with BNC Connectors

MuxLab Component Video/Analog Audio ProAV Balun with BNC Connectors

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Product Highlights

  • Transmits Component Video / Analog Audio
  • Uses a Single CAT 5e/6 Cable
  • Video Resolution Supported up to 1080i/p
  • 12" Heavy-Duty AV Cable Leads (BNC)
  • Ethercon RJ45 Connector
  • Ruggedized Cast Aluminum Enclosure
  • Compact Design
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MuxLab 500052-PRO-BNC overview

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The MuxLab Component Video/Analog Audio Balun with BNC Connectors is a cost effective cabling system that allows you to transmit a component video signal along with analog audio via a single UTP (unshielded twisted pair) cable. Built-in 12” heavy-duty AV cable leads and the Ethercon RJ45 connector ensure that this balun keeps up with the requirements of a demanding mobile operation. When used in conjunction with other MuxLab Baluns, you get a simplified A/V routing solution suitable for use in mobile video production, podium presentation systems, etc.

Transmits high definition video (up to 1080i/p) via a single UTP cable up to 500' (152 m)
Built-in 12" heavy-duty AV cable leads
Ethercon RJ45 connector provides cable strain relief
Long-lasting durable operation with ruggedized cast aluminum enclosure
BNC connectors
Compatible with 500052 and 500052-WP component video/analog audio baluns
Suitable for use in rental and staging, camcorder connections, mobile video production, podium presentation systems, etc.
UPC: 627699910528
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MuxLab Component Video/Analog Audio ProAV Balun with BNC Connectors
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    MuxLab 500052-PRO-BNC specs

    Environment Component video (YPbPr), RGB video (sync on green). 480i/p, 720p, 1080i/p
    Linelevel analog audio
    Devices DVD players, satellite receivers, plasma displays, projectors, monitors, up-converters, amplifiers, switchers, home theater and other equipment supporting HDTV component video and/or analog audio
    Transmission Transparent to the user
    Bandwidth Video: 60 MHz, 3 dB roll off
    Analog audio: 20 Hz to 20 KHz
    Maximum Input 1.1 Vpp
    Insertion Loss Per Pair Video: 0.1 dB for 0.1 MHz. Gradually increasing to 3.0 dB over the frequency range
    Audio: Less than 2 dB per pair over the frequency range
    Return Loss Video: Greater than 15 dB over the frequency range
    Common Mode Rejection Video: -55 dB maximum
    Audio: Greater than 60 dB @ 1 KHz, greater than 40 dB over the frequency and distance range
    Max. Distance-Cat5e/6 UTP & STP 480i/p: 1000 ft (305 m)
    720p and 1080I: 500 ft (152 m)
    Analog Audio: 3250 ft (990 m)
    Cable - Cat5e/6 UTP/STP 24 gauge or lower solid copper twisted pair wire
    Impedance: 100 ohms at 1 MHz
    Maximum capacitance: 20 pf/foot. Attenuation: 6.6 dB/1000 ft at 1 MHz
    Cable - Coax Impedance: 75 ohms at 1 MHz
    Connectors 3 BNC connectors, Green (Y), Blue (Pb) , Red (Pr)
    1 BNC connector for analog audio
    1 Ethercon RJ45 for Cat5e/6 UTP or STP cable
    Pin Configuration Red (Pr): Pins 7 [R] & 8 [T]
    Green (Y): Pins 3 [R] & 6 [T]
    Blue (Pb): Pins 1 [R] & 2 [T]
    Analog Audio: Pins 4 [R] & 5 [T]
    Reverse polarity sensitive
    Temperature Operating: 32 to 131° F (0 to 55° C)
    Storage: -4 to 185° F (-20 to 85° C)
    Humidity: Up to 95%
    Enclosure Cast aluminum
    Dimensions 2.75 x 2.64 x 1.975 (6.99 x 6.71 x 5.02 cm) plus 12" ( 30.48 cm) cable lead
    Weight 0.542 lb (245.85 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.9 x 3.6 x 2.3"

    MuxLab 500052-PRO-BNC reviews

    Component Video/Analog Audio ProAV Balun with BNC Connectors is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Muxlab 500052 vs 500012 A couple of weeks ago, I upgraded my trusty lightweight MuxLab Balun System to a new beefier version, the 50052-Pro-BNC.What is a Balun and what is it used for?Balun is short for BALanced to UNbalanced. What is does is passively take in separate signals of audio and standard defintion video and pass them across a single CAT5 Cable. A second Balun on the other side converts the signals back into separate feeds. They are commonly used by cart based mixers to save on setup time by reducing the amount of cable runs. Plus, Cat5 is very inexpensive compared to BNC or XLR. They do require a down-converter for each feed if you are shooting in HD. The Balun are unidirectional, meaning I can send audio in one direction and receive video on the other.Up until now, I used two MuxLab 500012 to send up to two audio feeds and receive up to two video feeds. They use non-locking RCA connectors, which means you have to convert XLR and BNC to RCA. Also, as it doesn't lock, there is the chance of coming loose. The 500012 is very lightweight with a plastic case. Over the past four years of use, I've broken two.Why the 500052-Pro-BNC?Three CamerasI've been shooting a show that at least once a week is shooting three cameras and it can be a struggle to be sure of the frames of the widest shot so I can direct my BoomOp. Previously, with the 500012 I could only view two cameras. The ability to see three cameras is a big plus!Locking & Color-coded BNC ConnectorsNo more connections to slip out or getting the cables confused with the new balun! It also allows you to use either standard Ethernet or lockable Ethercon for your cable connection between the two baluns.Rigid Metal Case and CablesIt weighs more than twice as much as the 500012, but it is MUCH more solidly built. A metal case, plus heavyweight BNC cables and strong connectors should equal a much longer lifespan than my original balun.Setup from the 500012 to the 500052Setup is identical as with my older balun, but it eliminates any need for BNC to RCA adapters.You will still need a XLR to RCA adapter (which is my biggest beef with the new balun) for the audio connection.Summing up the Pros:Three Cameras over a single Cat5 CableLocking Video Connectors and Robust CablesMetal Case that is much strongerCan connect the balun by either ethernet or the more robust Neutricon ethercon connector...and the Cons:Weighs more and is larger in sizeDoesn't have a locking audio connectorOverall, the new 500052-PRO-BNC balun system offers more pros over cons for the work I am doing and hopefully will remain on my cart... until they release a version with locking XLR connectors!
    Date published: 2013-07-01
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