The new Nitek PVR164 is a head-end distribution system for video, power and data for control. The system provides these functions for 16 security cameras, and it can be rack mounted at the head-end location.
The PVR164, a component of the UTPLinks structured cabling system, is a self-contained video, power and data distribution unit that uses the RJ45 jacks to combine video, power and data over a four pair category cable to each camera location. It also allows for a seamless transition from a traditional coaxial installation to a future-proof UTP cabling infrastructure.
A practical solution in a wide range of applications, the PVR164 is sure to become a preferred product of system designers and installers alike. Once connected, the PVR164 provides camera voltage from the power insertion device to each camera location through a standard category cable.
The cable terminates with a standard RJ45 jack for quick and secure connections, and when used with a Nitek VB43ATF
balun at the camera location, video, data and power will be separated using Niteks reliable video balun technology. The PVR164 and a DVR are ready to communicate in a matter of minutes by simply connecting a standard coaxial cable between the BNC outputs of the PVR164 and the BNC inputs of the DVR.
The systems can also adapt to existing communication and computer network spare pairs or new cable installations. These units provide superior immunity from noise and interference, even when run in common raceways with AC.