No, SC&T device is highly immune to interference. CAT 5 UTP twisted pair wire can immunity the RF interference. The only concerned is high power (signal noise ratio) RF signal would have video interference occurred, neither coaxial nor twisted pair cabling transmission. You could try to use twisted pair wire with overall aluminum foil Mylar shield with one drain wire and braided shield. Or move away from high interference area.
To add SC&T surge protection device on the back of camera and front of CCTV image processor/monitoring equipments. Small money to save high value CCTV equipments.
Normally, the cabling at out-door and have long range transmission for camera. That would have higher rate on surge or lighting damage, even some of our products built in TVS (Transient Diode for Surge Protection), but the products still damaged once have stronger surge or lighting. We strongly recommend to add our surge (Lighting) protector.
Wrong twisted pair cable connection would cause the video image wavy and shaking if only use one pair wire for one channel video transmission, please check the cable connection and make sure the TX wire and RX wire must be equivalent. (Example: TX: 1, 2 = RX: 1, 2 or TX: 7,8 = RX: 7,8).
Please correct the following two conditions:
A. These products are designed for long range transmission, the unit built in video amplifier function. If your transmission range under 100 meters, the video gain function is too big to have snow or wavy, bright image occurred. Recommend to use them with range at least over 100 meters or alternate SC&T passive video transceivers TTP111 series for short range transmission as well as cost saving.
B. The active receiver has "5 position distance range switch" for different range transmission. Please switch to appropriate range upon your application to avoid any weak or bad image.
One Video signal split into 2 channels that the signal would be degradation to cause the picture not stable. Please use our Video Distributor CD102/CD408/CD816 which make amplify and stable video signal before distribute the signal. If there are multi video channels and the transmission range are big different, you could use our Video Distribution Amplifier CD102A/CD408A/CD816A which built in HI frequency compensation and sharpness, brightness controls for high quality picture on different range transmission.
Video signal would be degradation once through any cable transmission, either coaxial or twisted pair wire. Especially the video signal through DVR (analog to digital signal) that signal loss would be bigger. If the video signal output less than 0.8Vpp, the picture display would lack quality and have bad or ghost video image. You could use our following products for improvement.
1.For Coaxial cabling, you could add our video amplifier CA101/CA101A/CA404/CA101VH...etc at the front of DVR. To boost the video signal.
2.For twisted pair cabling, you could alternate the passive receiver to active type TTA111VR/TTA111AVR/TTA414VR/TPA008/TPA016, which built in brightness and sharpness controls. If range is over 1.5Km, you could add one more sets active video transmitter/receiver for series connection.
Coaxial cabling either Twisted pair cabling may have "Power Waving" interferences, that most from High Frequency (such as radio) or Differences in ground potentials are typically caused by unbalanced power line loads. Then you could add our "Video Ground Loop Isolator" to eliminate the interference.
Generally, it is not easy to find out where this kind of interference from, so we would recommend use monitor to check each connecting point (between two wire connection), to find out where is the source of interference.
To block the interference from electromagnetic wave, high voltage electricity, wireless station, with Video Transformer Filter function. That you could use new model: CHB001.
The reason to cause "rolling" image is from the power interference during transmission or the video transmission range is too big between 2 or multi channels to have the signal not balanced. For Coaxial cabling, you could add our new Product-CB001VH (Coaxial BALUN) for extra interference rejection. For Twisted Pair cable, you could use our TTP111VH (passive-short range type) or TTA111VH (Active-Long range type) to eliminate the interference.
No, SC&T transceivers do not support the wide bandwidth cable TV signal. However, a single channel can be sent if a demodulator and modulator are used.
Yes, you could use VGA CONVERTER (Analog to Digital) can be transmitted with SC&T.
No, SC&T transceivers do not support RF/VHF/UHF signal. Unless special design demodulator and modulator to be used.
Yes, SC&T model TTP414VD can transmit one data control signal, TTA111AV can transmit 2 set data control signal (RS422, RS485).
Yes, using 4 pairs CAT 5 twisted pair cable that could use SC&T model TTP414V/TTP444 to transmit 4 set video signals. You can also use our TTP414VD to transmit 3 video signals and one data signal (RS422, RS485).
1.Coaxial cabling transmission over 200 meters (RG59), the video signal would loss and have bad video image. Using SC&T passive video transceiver range could up to 300 meters (Color), 600 meters (B/W), even 1KM, 2.4KM to work with active transceiver.
2.To use SC&T TDP414V/TTP414V 4 channel transceiver/cable hub, only need one single CAT 5 cable to transmit 4 video signals for cable saving and fast installation.
3.CAT 5 cable cost is only half of Coaxial cable and much more easy installation than coaxial cable.
Yes, You could use any spare pairs to transmit video image via SC&T products.
Normally, PC would use the first and second pairs on the Internet, so the third and fourth pair could be used for video signal transmission, to be sure this cable not through any hub.
Yes, One of benefits to use SC&T transceivers is interference rejection. SC&T video signals can reside in the same wire bundle as multiple video signals, telephone wire, Ethernet, coaxial...etc. Power wire will not to be recommended to put in the same bundle to avoid interference.
Yes, Use category 6 twisted pair wire, the range would be longer and have highly interference immunity.
Yes, SC&T Video Transceivers could use ordinary telephone wire to transmit and the range up to 300 meters. But the interference would occur easily, therefore we do not recommend this solution unless special environment requested.
Use UTP (unshielded twisted pair) CAT 5 24 AWG (or over) to have the best transmission quality performance. To use STP (shielded twisted pair) cable, the shielded would cause internal signal interference, so the transmission range would be shorter (1.5KM--->0.8KM) than UTP cable.
Un-twisted wire not to be recommended, which easy have interference and range would be shorter.