16 Channel Active Receiver Hub with AVC, NTSC, PAL, SECAM, 20 Hz - 6 MHz, 1600g
- Employs Vigitron’s Automatic Video Compensation (AVC)
- technology to provide adjustment-free excellent quality
- Real-time video at distances up to 2,000 feet (610 m) when
- used with any Vigitron passive transceivers, and 4,000 feet
- (1,220 m) when used with the Vi6300VT active transmitter
- NTSC, PAL and SECAM video formats
- Unsurpassed 70 dB cross talk and noise immunity
- Compatible with qualified UTP cameras
- Full ground loop immunity & built-in surge protection
- Includes 32 coax jumper cables
- Terminal blocks or RJ-45 connectors for UTP connection
- A video present LED indicator for each channel
- Limited lifetime warranty
The Vi6216 is an advanced 16 port active receiver hub that features Vigitron’s new Automatic Video Compensation (AVC) technology. AVC incorporates a sophisticated microprocessor controlled analog circuit that continuously analyzes incoming video signal and compensates for cable attenuation independent of video signal content. It provides high resolution color or black/white video over unshielded twisted pair wires of category 2-7, at distances up to 4,000 feet (1,220 m) when used with the Vigitron Vi6300VT active transmitter. It can be used with any Vigitron Passive Transceiver for distances up to 2,000 feet (610 m).
The Vi6216 is a compact 1U 19 inch rack mountable unit. Each channel has an LED to indicate video presence. This receiver hub has built-in surge suppression to protect video equipment against damaging voltage spikes. Its integrated ground loop isolation prevents disturbing "hum-bars" common with long distance installations and its excellent crosstalk and noise immunity provides quality video up to the maximum distance.
The Vi6216J provides RJ-45 ports for UTP connectivity to simplify VPD structured cabling system installations. The Vi6216 innovative design offers exceptional quality video and system flexibility making it ideal for a wide variety of applications that require multiple video channels making it a cost effective alternative to expensive fiber optic solutions.
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