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MuxLab HD-SDI Balun
MuxLab says its new HD-SDI Balun can be used for a variety of installations, including security jobs that employ CCTV.

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In addition to its ability to transmit HD-SDI content up to 150 feet, MuxLab says its HD-SDI Balun is also capable of transmitting SD data up to 400 feet.
November 07, 2012 | by CI Staff

MuxLab is an electronics manufacturer with decades of experience designing and producing A/V components and accessories.

The Skinny: Not too long ago, the company announced its new HD-SDI Balun (product # 500701) which it says allows electronics professionals to set up systems with long distance signal transmission capabilities.

The Specs: The balun is said to have the capability to send HD-SDI signals as far as 150 feet and SD signals as far as 400 feet. MuxLab also says the balun supports 3G resolutions, as well as transmissions up to 2.97/3.0 Gbps uncompressed, and unencrypted digital video. Moreover, the balun is constructed using a cast aluminum enclosure to minimize the effects of EMI and RF noise.

Solutions MuxLab says the HD-SDI Balun (product #500701) can be used for video broadcast, post production, medical imaging and security installations.

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