MuxLab 500701 HD-SDI Balun

BH #MUHDSDIBALUN • MFR #500701
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MuxLab 500701 HD-SDI Balun
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MuxLab HD-SDI Balun Overview

The MuxLab 500701 HD-SDI Balun allows HD-SDI signals to be transmitted up to 150’ (45 m) via a CAT5e cable at HD resolution in a point-to-point configuration. The HD-SDI Balun supports uncompressed transmission of up to 2.97 / 3 Gbps and unencrypted digital video (optionally including embedded audio and / or time code) within television facilities and between professional video equipment.

Supports SD, HD, and 3G resolutions
Up to 150' (45 m) via CAT5e cable @ HD
Up to 400' (120 m) via CAT5e cable @ SD
Supports CAT5e/6 cable
Cast aluminum enclosure for EMI / RFI shielding
Applications include video production, broadcasting, HD camcorder, studio-to-studio, post production, live events, medical imaging displays, mobile video, HD/SD routing, HD-CCTV, and medical imaging
UPC: 627699007013

MuxLab HD-SDI Balun Specs

EnvironmentSDI Single Link: SD, HD, & 3G
DevicesCamcorders, video processors, monitors, projectors, scan converters, HD-CCTV cameras / DVR and any equipment supporting HD-SDI single link
StandardSD: SMPTE 259M (270 Mbps)
HD: SMPTE 292M
3G: SMPTE 424M
Speed270 Mbps, and 1.485 & 2.97 Gbps (automatic selection)
Insertion Loss<6 dB: 5 to 1,500 MHz per balun
Connectors1 x BNC 75 Ω male
1 x RJ45S for CAT5e/6 UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) or STP (Shielded Twisted Pair)
Maximum DistanceCAT5e/6
SD:
Up to 375' (110 m) using CAT5 UTP
Up to 400' (120 m) using CAT5e UTP
Up to 500' (150 m) using CAT6 UTP
HD:
Up to 100' (30 m) using CAT5 UTP
Up to 150' (45 m) using CAT5e/6 UTP
3G:
Up to 50' (15 m) using CAT6 UTP
RJ45 Pin ConfigurationRJ45 link
Pin 7 (reciever) and Pin 8 (transmitter)
Cables1 x straight CAT5e/6 or better twisted pair cable required
TemperatureOperating: 68 to 122°F (20 to 50°C)
Storage: -22 to 158°F (-30 to 70°C)
HumidityUp to 95% (non-condensing)
EnclosureCast aluminum
RegulatoryFCC, CE, RoHS
Flammability94V0
DimensionsWith Extended BNC Connector: 0.8 x 1.85 x 1.05" (2 x 2.6 x 4.7 cm)
Weight1.5 oz (44 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.7 x 6 x 0.1"
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