Vi1001M Passive Transmission Devices
- Supplier: Vigitron, Inc.
- Region: United States
- Updated: 07/19/2007
- Click Frequency: 1960
- Quality color and B&W video or PTZ signals over 1000 feet (305 m) of unshielded twisted pair wires
- 3000 feet (1000 m) with Vigitron Active Receivers
- NTSC, PAL , and SECAM video formats
- Support for "up-the-coax" type signals
- No power required
- Built-in surge protection
- 60 dB crosstalk and noise immunity
- Compact size and easy installation
- Compatible with all qualified UTP cameras
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Security and Surveillance
- Elevator Surveillance
- Casino Security
- Hospitals and Airports
- School Campuses
The Vigitron Vi1001F and Vi1001M are a passive transmission devices that transport video and/or PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) signals over unshielded twisted pair wires, point-to-point, for distances up to 1000 feet* (330 m). Distances up to 3000 feet (1000m) can be achied when it is used with Vigitron active UTP receivers. They use Category 2-5 twisted pair wires, is easy to install and cost effective, and does not require power. The Vi1001F and Vi1001M''s unique and compact design allows mounting directly to the video source or receiver without any additional cabling. They are compatible with all qualified cameras with buit-in twisted pair transmitter.
The Vi1001F and Vi1001M have built-in surge suppression to protect video equipment against damaging voltage spikes. Their crosstalk and noise immunity ensure quality video signals. The Vi1001F and Vi1001M offer quality video in a compact size. They are ideal for a wide variety of applications such as security, surveillance, video conferencing, and elevator surveillance.
Wire and Cable Recommendations
The Vigitron products are designed to be used with unshielded twisted pair (UTP) wiring. The UTP wire must be 24AWG - 12AWG or Category 2 - 7 cable. Multi-pair cable with an overall shield is acceptable, however individually shielded pairs should be avoided, Multiple UTP Video feeds can be operated in the same communication cable along with telephone, computer, control signals and low power voltages. While UTP video may be routed through punch-down block terminals, any resistive, capacitive or inductive devices (such as Ttaps or MOV''s) must not be used. For more specific information regarding wire types and proper installation techniques, please contact Vigitron for technical assistance.