bnc to cable tv amplifier

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    SERT1998
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    hello, I have an 8 camera security system. What do I need to hook the BNC cables to and then have them distributed to each of my 3 televisions in the house. Please help, I know it can be done. Thanks.

    #32179

    JCHaldas
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    Hello Sert1998,

    You will need a device called a BNC video splitter or video distribution box like this one:

    http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/CCTV-Video-Distribution-Box-p/vds-1004.htm

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thanks James

    #32180

    SERT1998
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    Thanks JCHaldas, the item you mentioned is close. I need it receive 8 cameras and be able to be fed through a distribution box and then out to a standard tv coaxial cable to each on my televisions in the house. Any suggestions?

    #32181

    JCHaldas
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    Hello SERT1998,

    For this application you will need two separate items seen below. First the cameras will need to be ran through one of our Multiplexers and then you will go out to our VDS-1008 8 channel video splitter.

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thanks James

    #32182

    SERT1998
    Member

    JC, thank you for the information. I did look up the items and saw what you were taking about. However, it would help if I read the instruction that came with the camera system. It has a three video out ports and can be sent to each of my televisions. All I had to do was by a rca to bnc adapter. The cameras are now up and running and I can review them from all the tv's in my home.

    again, thanks

    SERT1998

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