Employing NVT‘s DigitalEQ™ technology, the NV-1672 is an 16-channel active (amplified) hub that allows the transmission of full-motion monochrome or color video for distances up to 1 mile (1,6km) using Category 2 or better unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) wire. The receiver hub continuously and automatically conditions the video signal, compensating for cable attenuation, wiring polarity, ground loops, and voltage transients, independent of video signal content.
The unparalleled interference rejection and low emissions allow long run video to co-exist in the same wire bundle as telephone, datacom, or low-voltage power circuits. This allows the use of shared or existing cable plant. Ground-lifting ensures no annoying “hum-bars” when ground-potential differences exist. With built-in transient protection, damaging voltage spikes are eliminated.
Compact rack-mountable 19″ 1U high enclosure features 16 channels with 2 outputs per channel
Full motion CCTV video at distances up to 3,000ft (1km) when used with any passive NVT Phybridge transceiver or hub; 1 mile (1,6km) when used with the NV-653T active transmitter; 1,000ft (300m) with shielded twisted-pair when used with any passive NVT transceiver or hub
RJ45 connectivity with optional NV-RJ45A RJ45-to-screw-terminal adaptors (included)
Exceptional interference rejection
Built-in transient protection and ground-lifting
Frequency Response DC to 10 MHz
Automatic compensation for reverse-polarity wiring
At-a-glance per-channel diagnostics
Compatible with qualified UTP cameras
Includes sixteen 2ft (60cm) coax jumper cables, rack mount hardware and four NV-RJ45A adaptors
Coax Jumper Cables (8)
Coax Jumper Cables 2ft pack of 8 each.
Hub Wall Mounting Kit (Accessory)
Provides convenient wall mounting option for NVT hub products.
The NV-RJ45A RJ45 to Screw Terminal adaptor is wired in accordance with the EIA/TIA 568B wiring standard for structured cabling. This is the same standard that NVT uses in all our products. Please refer to the wiring/pinout diagrams for details as to how UTP conductors are landed on the screw terminal side and marked according to each input channel.