NVT Introduces The NV-442 4-Channel Stub EQ Active Receiver Hub

Product Profile

Network Video Technologies (NVT) has just released its NV-442, the new compact, cost-effective 4-channel StubEQ™ Active Receiver Hub for real-time Video over UTP wire. A development evolution of the award-winning and widely accepted DigitalEQ™, this new 4-channel hub receives UTP video at distances up to 1,500 feet (460 m), or 2,000 feet (600m) when used with the NV-653T active transmitter.

Continuous processor-controlled, image-independent, 2-band equalisation ensures crisp clear video without cumbersome and installation-time consuming manual adjustments. This small 4-channel hub is housed in an ultra-compact 1U x 2" deep enclosure that supports RJ45 or screw-terminal connectivity.

With ground-loop immunity and multi-stage transient protection, this product affords installers and end-users the benefit of exceptional video performance, substantial cost savings, simplicity, and the use of standards-based, future-proof structured building wiring. As with all NVT products, the NV-442 is UL and cUL listed, are compliant with CE, RoHS, and WEEE, and are covered by NVT's no-nonsense lifetime warranty.
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Technical Specification

Make NVT
Manufacturer Network Video Technologies
Model code NV-442
Transmission type UTP / CAT 5
Video Inputs 4
TX/RX RX
Network Properties Image Colour: Colour/Monochrome
Interface: RJ45
Transmission Range m 600
Physical Specifications Weight g: 410
Dimensions mm: 45 x 45 x 48
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 115 ~ 230 V AC
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 50
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 95
Video Signal V, ohms 75 ohms
Additional info Employing NVT's latest generation StubEQTM technology, the NV-442 is an 4-channel active (amplified) hub that allows the transmission of full-motion monochrome or colour video for distances up to 600m (2,000ft) using Category wire. The receiver hub continuously and automatically conditions the video signal, compensating for cable attenuation, ground loops, and voltage transients, independent of video signal content.
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