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Our Price: $169.99

Product Code: MON-LCD35TM

The MON-LCD35TM CCTV test monitor uses a BNC video input allowing CCTV installers to connect and test security cameras when performing surveillance system installations. This portable CCTV service monitor has a 3.5" TFT LCD screen and supports input from PAL & NTSC video cameras and other devices.  The monitor screen supports 480 x 360 pixel resolution.  This CCTV test monitor is powered by (4) AA batteries.  Four rechargeable batteries and a charging power supply are included with this and the unit itself acts as a charger when plugged into a power source.  This monitor can also be used as a small monitor for vehicle navigation systems or other video application where a very small monitor is required.  A small wall mount is also included in the box with this test monitor.

CCTV Test Monitor Features

  • 3.5 inch TFT LCD Monitor
  • Manual Operation
  • On Screen Display Menu
  • Audio / Video In/Out
  • RCA to BNC converter enables you to connect to RCA and BNC devices
  • Video System Input: PAL / NTSC
  • Used in CCTV Testing and Monitoring
  • Adjustable Wristband
  • 4 Rechargeable Li-Ion AA Batteries & Power Supply for Charging

CCTV Test Monitor Video

The below product review video shows our 3.5" held-held or wrist mount CCTV test monitor.

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Great Product December 20, 2010
Reviewer: Eddie Reed from Nashville, TN United States  
I will tell you a few things that aren't made perfectly clear in the video.

One is that my unit never fully charges the rechargeable batteries. The red light never goes away when charging. That's okay as long as you charge the unit for about 20 minutes before you use it. I have found it more convenient to use regular Duracell AA batteries, the power input can vary from 4 to 9 vdc, so it won't hurt the unit to use 6v (4 x 1.5) instead of 4.8v (4 x 1.2).

Also, to clarify the main cable for the  A/V camera input. The input is a 3.5mm standard jack (4 poles) that plugs into the camera. The other end of the cable has 3 cables all molded into the jack. One is a Male BNC , one is a female BNC, and the other is a female RCA.

You will want to use a short ( 1 to 3 ft) extension cable because the cable is too short to have the unit strapped to your arm while plugged into a camera.

I hope this information is helpful. I love this monitor and highly recommend it.

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