If you're looking to install 4K cameras using existing CAT5e (ethernet) cables then you will need to use a type of adapter called a balun. A balun will take your BNC connector and convert it so that can be used on the CAT5e cable, on the other end you can use another balun to convert this back to use the BNC adapter.
Baluns are simple to use, all that is required is to connect the corresponding cables into the correct fittings in the balun on both ends of the cable. So if you chose to use the solid green wire on the '+' end on the CCTV camera side, you will need to use the solid green wire on the '+' end on the DVR side too.
This particular balun is a 4K Balun so will work with any of our 4K cameras and is backwards compatible so will work with lower resolution cameras too. These baluns, however, are not designed to work with IP CCTV cameras or NVRs, i.e. you cannot change an IP camera to use a BNC cable with this device.
- Up to 150 meters 4K
AHD / TVI & CVI transmission
- Video transmission
- Push type wiring
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UK deliveries are free if the order is over £100. Any order less than this value will be charged at £5.99. Orders to the Republic of Ireland are charged at a flat rate of £25 whilst orders to the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are a 2 - 3 day service.
Some products such as items in the Yale range may take 2-3 days to dispatch.
We will endeavour to contact you if there is insufficient stock or if we believe that there is a potential issue with an order, i.e. the wrong type of camera for the recorder.
We offer standard manufacturer warranty on all our products. Your statutory rights are not affected.
Unless otherwise stated, all cameras carry a minimum of 12 months warranty whilst all recorders (both DVR's and NVR's) carry a minimum of 2 years warranty.
Any warranty claims must be raised within the warranty period. Any warranty claims made outside the warranty period will be rejected.