The following video shows how to connect the AMP-1001 CCTV Video amplifier to a CCTV camera using coax cable.
The AMP-1001 is a CCTV video amplifier, also known as a coax amplifier or amp. This amplifier has one BNC video input and one BNC video outputs. It enables an analog video signal to be run up to 3000 feet using RG59 coaxial cable. This video will demonstrate how to connect the amp to a CCTV camera.
Here you can see the BNC video input and output of the amp. One the top, there are control knobs to adjust the brightness & sharpness of the video signal.
A DC power adapter is included in the box with the amplifier. The power supply easilly plugs into the front of the device.
RG59 coax cable is used to make a conection to the video input of the amplifier.
The other end of the cable is connected to the video output of the box CCTV camera seen here.
A second RG-59 cable is connected to the output of the video amplifier.
The other end of the cable could be connected to a digital video recorder, VCR, TV or monitor.
So the video cable runs out from the camera, into the amp, then a cable runs out of the amp for up to 3000 feet and can be connected to a video input device such as a monitor.
For more information and pricing on this one channel video amplifier and additional amplifiers that CCTV Camera Pros supplies such as models with multiple inputs and outputs, please visit: www.cctvcamerapros.com/amps.
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