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Hello Guys, 

I am new here, somebody can help me what type of cable to use for installing cctv camera? many thanks

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Cabling has advanced a lot over the last few months. IP over cat cable is limited to distance (which changes soon)

but there are IP baluns now for replacing cat cable and using standard RG59 which gives IP Poe a distance of 1.600 feet.

we were given samples back in November and was told distance is twice that.

we ran 500m (1.600 feet) with a 4mp camera and worked with no problems.

direct from NVR Poe output. No need for switches or boosters. 

So a very cost effective way to run IP systems over 4 times cat5 distance also upgrading old coax systems it Makes it easy and only balun costs on existing coax

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1 hour ago, jeromephone said:

what is the approx cost of the hardware to use coax for IP? I looked a while ago and it seemed to be in the 200.00 per cable  range

Hi. It is around the $28 a pair now

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On ‎1‎/‎13‎/‎2019 at 10:41 PM, tomcctv said:

Cabling has advanced a lot over the last few months. IP over cat cable is limited to distance (which changes soon)

but there are IP baluns now for replacing cat cable and using standard RG59 which gives IP Poe a distance of 1.600 feet.

we were given samples back in November and was told distance is twice that.

we ran 500m (1.600 feet) with a 4mp camera and worked with no problems.

direct from NVR Poe output. No need for switches or boosters. 

So a very cost effective way to run IP systems over 4 times cat5 distance also upgrading old coax systems it Makes it easy and only balun costs on existing coax

Hi Tom,

You mean that we better keep coax cables as they are. No hustle to remove them.

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2 hours ago, SunnyKim said:

Hi Tom,

You mean that we better keep coax cables as they are. No hustle to remove them.

Sunnykim sunnykim ..... your best not using the forum while drunk.

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