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About this product

Overview

  • Ideal for hooking up CCD board cameras and mini CMOS cameras
  • BNC, phono and DC power connectors

Product overview

• Ideal for hooking up CCD board cameras and mini CMOS cameras• BNC, phono and DC power connectors

A handy lead that combines all the connections required for most CCTV board or component cameras. The lead terminates in four colour-coded, tinned wires with the following connections:

Specification

Red (power): centre pin DC socket
White: (audio): centre pin phono socket
Yellow (video): centre pin BNC socket
Black (ground): common ground, all connectors
The lead is approx. 220mm long.

Is this lead available in a longer length

Asked by: Raving Loony
This is the only variation of this particular lead that we stock.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-06-09

How to connect a outside camera with a red/blue/white/black and it is 12volt how do i wire it to connect to my vizio tv.

Asked by: Gary 63
Unfortunately we can not give out any wiring, product design, advice regarding this issue. You would need to seek advice from a registered electrician .
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-04-12

Dear Tech Team looking at your VH79A product what cable ( product code ) do you recommend to hook up a mini board camera to a VHS VCR ?? I.E. what cable goes between VH79A and the VCR many thanks for your help.

Asked by: George
It would depend on the input connections for the VCR, but basing on the common RCA inputs any standard phono cable at the desired length for the audio connection and a cable like this to connect the BNC to the phono video input. http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/maplin-phono-rca-to-bnc-cable-15m-a64nz
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2016-02-01

what length is this and is it terminated at both ends?
Asked by: MM
this is 220mm long and one end is bare wires the other is terminated as per the picture.
Answered by: TJ
Date published: 2015-07-17
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