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Doss Rg59 & Fig8 Cctv Combo (250M)

Doss Rg59 & Fig8 Cctv Combo (250M)

250 Metre Roll Only

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$249

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Please note that this product is sold in ROLL.
Ensure that your order quantity matches your desired length (ie. 1 for 250m).

Figure-8 RG59 Video Coax + heavy duty 2-core power cablewith tracer

  • IMPROVED DESIGN
    The construction has been improved to have 2 separate butbonded (figure 8) power and RG59 video cables.
    This is an improvement as there’s one less jacket for easier install and due to the better placement of the figure8, there is less crosstalk
  • Designed for commercial applications
  • Overall: 10mm max width
  • Our CCTVCOM24 has been quality checked.
    • Video signal over 100m — Pass
    • Power attenuation over 100m under a load — Pass
  • RG59 Attenuation (dB/100m):
    • 9.342 55MHz</li> <li>19.071 211MHz
    • 28.846 450MHz</li> <li>41.635 870MHz
    • 45.388 1000MHz</li> <li>55.268 1450 MHz
    • 69.270 2150MHz</li> <li>83.187 3000MHz
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Download the DOSS RG59UAttenuation Test Results (.pdf)

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Q. Can CCTV cameras operate over the full 100m length of the CCTV cable?

Yes. Picture remains excellent and there are no issueswith power.
Method:
We tested a Doss IN50PRO connected to a Doss 12VDC/500mA powersupply over the full 100m length.
We measured voltage input at 12.18V and output voltage at 10.38V.
Current draw was 260mA and resistance was 7 Ohms.

Can I run a single 250m camera run using the whole roll?

Yes. Although the current draw of a camera will affect the outcome, our tests* indicate that there should not be anissue. As a further assurance, both ends of the cable roll are readily accessible, so as with all jobs, test it before installing it within walls or conduit.

* Test 1 was with a Dome30 CCTV camera and 12VDC. By the 250m cable run, the voltage dropped to 9.33VDC (tested by a Fluke 87-V DMM). The Dome30 operated perfectly. In test2 we dropped the voltage from the power supply (model SPS9602G) until signal was lost. At an input voltage of 10.4VDC, the camera received 6.59VDC. Any lower and signal was lost. At second test indicates that there is a fair tolerance for lower performing power supplies or cameras will higher current draw.

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