Video Signal Splitter for CCTV Cameras
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April 12, 2012 at 3:43 pm #31448April 28, 2012 at 3:40 am #32356AnonymousInactiveQuote:I was wondering if you could help me answer a few question(s). I have one CCTV camera that I wish to be displayed on a monitor in the living room and also have it record in a different room that has a DVR with monitor. Do I need a video amplifier, so that there will not be a lost in signal? The connection on the back of the dome camera is a BNC. Could I just use a BNC splitter/Y connector so that one connection from the camera goes to the DVR and the other connection goes to the monitor in the living room. What I am concerned about is the 75ohms signal degragation or is this not a concern.
Lastly, if a video amp is needed and say the system is expanded to a total of 4 CCTV cameras, will I need a video amplifier for each CCTV camera? What amp would you recommend?
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Thank You for contacting CCTV Camera Pros. To properly split an analog video signal from one camera to two signals, you should consider this video splitter / amp:
If you want to split the signal for 4 cameras, you should look at this product:
You can find all of our BNC video splitters and amps on this page:
Please let me know if we can help further.
The system is expanded to a total of four CCTV camerasOctober 18, 2012 at 4:44 pm #32357AnonymousInactive
Hi, New here. I am new in the security field and have a related question. I have analog cameras at a remote site/location that go into a DVMR. The cameras are viewed at the remote location on monitors and by security at my corp. location. I am placing the cameras on Axis encoders. I want to leave 4 cameras viewable on the monitors at the remote site. can I use one of these spliters before the encoder to do this?
Thank YouOctober 18, 2012 at 7:02 pm #32358Mike HaldasKeymaster
Yes, you can use this 4 in to 8 out CCTV video splitter to send one signal to the encoder and the other to a monitor for each of the 4 CCTV cameras.
Please let us know if we can help further.
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