BNC to RCA Cable

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    Mike Haldas
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    A customer recently contacted CCTV Camera Pros looking for a BNC to RCA cable. He told us that he was having trouble finding a pre-made BNC to RCA cable from any security equipment supplier. Although at this time we do not carry a premade BNC to RCA cable, CCTV Camera Pros was able to offer the following solutions.

    BNC to RCA Cable Solution #1

    This is the closest solution to a true premade BNC to RCA cable that we offer and I think that it is the most convenient option.

    You can use a premade BNC jumper cable

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    or premade siamese camera cable

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    and attach a BNC to RCA cable connector to one end.

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    BNC to RCA Cable Solution #2

    If you are comfortable crimping connectors on cable yourself, this is another good option.

    You can use RG59 coax cable

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    and attach a BNC connector on one end

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    and an RCA connector on the other end

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    #32226

    Anonymous

    Can somebody help me on this problem?

    I have a DVR security system with two BNC video outputs.

    I have a 250ft RG6 cable run to tv monitor

    Tv monitor has no rg6 cable inputs (it has rca/comp/hdmi/s video,)

    I need to convert BNC output to run on 250ft run RG6 cable and then convert over to RCA or other options at tv monitor.

    What is my options??

    THANKS

    Brad

    #32227

    Mike Haldas
    Participant

    Bg,

    Thank you for posting your question to our support forum. Here is the solution for you. You can crimp both ends of your RG6 cable with a BNC connector. This one on our website is for RG59 but we also carry BNC crimp on connectors for RG6.

    Here is the one for RG59.

    http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/CCTV-BNC-Crimp-p/bncmalecrim.htm

    Then on the TV end you can use a BNC to RCA converter which will allow you to connect your TV's RCA video input.

    http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/CCTV-BNC-p/bncfemaletorcamale.htm

    If you call us tomorrow after 9:00 AM EST we can place the order for you over the phone being that the RG6 BNC connector is not on our website.

    Please let us know if we can help further.

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