The MON-LCD-19BNC is a 19 inch LED video surveillance monitor with a BNC input connector to natively support analog CCTV (CVBS), HD-TVI, HD-CVI, and AHD security cameras. These BNC monitors also have a
looping BNC output that can be used to run the camera's video to a second device, such as a video surveillance DVR.
A desk stand is included and they are also compatible with VESA 75 wall mounts. These surveillance monitors support 1600 x 900 resolution. An
LCD wall mount bracket can be added for wall mount applications. BNC video jumper cables make for an easy monitor installation. This monitor is compatible with both NTSC and PAL video. The BNC inputs on the monitor detect the type of video standard being used and automatically switches.
Please note that this use to be an LCD monitor. It is now LED.
BNC Monitor Features
- 19" LED CCTV Monitor with BNC Input
- (1) HD BNC Input - Compatible with HD-TVI, HD-CVI, AHD (analog high definition), and analog CCTV cameras
- (1) HD BNC Loop Output - Compatible with HD-TVI, HD-CVI, AHD, and analog CCTV cameras
- (1) Analog BNC Video Input (CVBS / Composite) - Compatible with analog cameras (D1 and 960H resolution)
- Supported Camera Input Resolutions: 720x400, 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 128 x 720, 1280x1024, 1360x768, 1400x900, 1600x900, 1680x1050, 1920x1080, D1, 960H, 720p, 1080p
- (1) HDMI Input
- (1) VGA Input
- (1) 3.5mm Audio Input
- Max Display Resolution 1600 x 900
- 4:3 Aspect Ratio
- Built-in Speakers: 8 Ω 2 Watt/channel
- Pal and NTSC Video Standard Compatible
- VESA 75 Mount Compatible
- Refresh Rate: 60, 70, 75Hz depending on resolution
- Diagonal Screen Dimension: 19.5 inch
- 3D Comb Filter and 3D De-interlace
- PAL and NTSC Compatible
- Contract Ratio: 1000:1
- Color Depth: 24 bit, 16.7 Million colors
- Certifications: CE, FCC
- Monitor Body Dimensions (W x L x D in mm): 507.84 x 313.71 x 51.50
- OSD Language Support: English, Spanish, German, Chinese, French, Italian
- Power Input: 100 ~ 240V AC
BNC Connector Inputs
Here is a close-up of the video input panel of the monitor. The HD BNC input is compatible with analog CCTV, HD-TVI, HD-CVI, AHD (analog high definition) security cameras. The BNC Output duplicates the video signal from the input so that it can be sent to a second device. It acts as a video splitter. The BNC In on the left can only used for analog CCTV cameras (CVBS / composite).
Analog CVBS, HD-TVI, CVI, AHD BNC Input
The above image shows an
HD security camera connected directly to the monitor's BNC input using an RG59 coax cable. Please note that this is the HD BNC input on the monitor. The HD BNC input is compatible with analog CCTV, HD-TVI, HD-CVI, and AHD security cameras. 1080p / 2 megapixel resolution is supported.
The loop output is optional to use. It is used to run the video signal to a second device, such as a video surveillance DVR. The HD BNC input automatically detects the video format and syncs with the BNC loop output. For example, if a 1080p HD-TVI camera is connected, the loop output will also be 1080p HD-TVI format. If the HD input is analog CVBS video, the loop output will also be analog.
Live Security Camera Display
Here is an example of one of our CVI monitors being used for a live security camera display monitor in a retail store. In this installation, the HD-CVI camera is wired to the BNC video input of the monitor using
RG59 coax cable. The BNC loop output is wired to a surveillance DVR (also with RG59). This allows the camera's video to be displayed on the monitor at the retail store entrance and also recorded on the store's digital video recorder.
The MON-LCD-19BNC can also be used as a HD-TVI monitor or AHD monitor using the same installation described above. The only difference would be that an HD-TVI or AHD security camera would be used.
Here is a diagram that shows how to install a live security camera display monitor with a surveillance DVR. The orange and green cable is RG59 coax. The BNC output of the CCTV camera connects to the BNC input of the monitor. The BNC loop output of the monitor connects to one of the BNC inputs on the DVR. Please note that the camera, monitor, and DVR can be very far apart. Also, you can still use the HDMI or VGA video outputs of the DVR to have a display monitor to control the DVR.
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