As the term suggests, analog video distribution amplifiers are devices, which distribute analog video signals. One signal input can be distributed to several outputs. In a way, they help reduce the number of wires, as they are capable of gain adjustment and thus extend the video content as required. At Versitron, we offer various configurations of analog video distribution amplifiers to help you meet your data communication needs. Our video distribution amplifiers have a built-in amplifier circuit, which enhances the quality of analog signals. Much like our product quality, we are focused on offering excellent services to our customers and believe in adopting a personalized approach to help you meet your goals.
Technical Specifications of our Analog Distribution Amplifiers
Video Input/Output: 1 Volt p-p, 75Ω BNC Connector
S/R Ratio: ≥70 dB
Video Bandwidth: <300MHz
Power Supply: 12VDC
Power Consumption: <20W
Operating Temp: -10°C to +55°C
Dimensions: 15.75 x 8.27 x 3.47 inches
16 Video Inputs / 32 Video Outputs
16 Video Inputs / 48 Video Outputs
16 Video Inputs / 64 Video Outputs
Beneficial Features of Analog Video Distribution Amplifiers at Versitron
Here are some beneficial features of analog video distribution amplifiers.
The video distribution ampliers are extremely compact and versatile, which makes them ideal for applications requiring multiple monitoring locations.
They come with an analog interface and 16 video inputs.
They have a robust signal strength, which facilitates a good picture quality.
Our models have 16 video inputs with varying outputs from 32 to 64.
They can be used as a standalone device or mounted in a standard 19” rack.
We offer standard BNC connectors for our video distribution amplifiers.
They are easy to use and install.
We assure uninterrupted video transmission as there is no loss of signal.
Some models facilitate viewing visual displays across multiple locations from a single source.
They offer easy connectivity to fiber optic image links across multiple locations.
They are designed to withstand high and low temperature ranges, moisture, and so on.
Applications of Analog Distribution Amplifiers
Our analog video distribution amplifiers find applications in the following areas:
CCTV cameras and other video surveillance devices
Surveillance in retail stores and on cruise ships
Road infrastructure and transportation systems
Defense surveillance systems
Oil drilling ships and merchant vessels
Quality and Warranty
VERSITRON is very particular about the quality of its analog video signals and uses tough quality control procedures to verify the functioning of their analog distribution amplifiers before they go out into the market. As with all VERSITRON products, our video distribution amplifiers have a lifetime warranty. Please refer to our warranty statement for a detailed explanation regarding warranty claims and procedures.
Whether you have a single-mode or multimode fiber optic network, you can connect the two networks seamlessly and increase your communication reach. We help you achieve this at an affordable cost while ensuring that you have the specific product to meet the desired requirement. VERSITRON has analog video distribution amplifiers in various configurations, and we have more than enough experience and expertise to help you choose the right one depending on your application requirement. If you have specific technical queries regarding these products or require further information, we would happy to assist you. Feel free to contact us by phone or email. Let us put our more than six decades in the industry to work for you!
How do analog video distribution amplifiers work?
Analog video distribution amplifiers are devices that receive analog video signals as the input and then amplify their frequency and distribute them into multiple signal streams. They are often utilized in video signal distribution networks as they take a single stream of signal and bifurcate it to two or more sources. These video distribution amplifiers receive low strength signals and they amplify them to higher potential or frequency to display the videos in high-resolution or high-definition on display devices. There are different types of analog video distribution amplifiers (VDA). The common types of video distribution amplifiers available at VERSITRON are listed below.
HD-CVI Video Amplifier
HD-TVI Video Amplifier
AHD Video Amplifier
What are the industrial applications of analog video distribution amplifiers?
VERSITRON’s analog video distribution amplifiers are used for following industrial applications.
Video production facilities
Indoors and outdoors video broadcast networks
DBS satellite operations
RF signal processing
CCTV surveillance networks
Television Set-up box
Micro-modems and video surveillance apps.
What are the key features of analog video distribution amplifiers?
VERSITRON’s analog distribution amplifiers possess the following features
Our video distribution amplifiers offer cable equalizer range up to 300 meters.
Depending on the type of video distribution amplifier they are compatible with 720 x 1080 pixels, 3 megapixels, 4 megapixels, and 8 megapixels, which is 4K video resolution.
They offer a high common-mode range and a common-mode rejection ratio.
They are compatible with NTSC and PAL, 1 x6 analog signal amplifiers.
They offer easy AC and DC power coupling, therefore are suitable for both types of power supply sources.
If paired with CCTV video transmission networks, they can offer a 420% extra resolution as compared to regular CCTV cameras.
In HD networking, our video signal amplifiers offer tri-level video distribution/synchronization.
An Overview of installation and troubleshooting while installing video amplifier
VERSITRON’s analog video distribution amplifiers are suitable for indoor and outdoor installation. Our experts can install and troubleshoot video distribution amplifiers for efficient transmission of analog video signals.
The following are the steps involved in the installation of video distribution amplifiers from VERSITRON.
Terminate power supply via the main power outlet
Fix a location nearby antenna or a CATV cable connection
Mount the analog video amplifier and prepare it for installation
Connect a 75-ohm coaxial cable to the input port on the top left side of the amplifier box. The input port is labeled “Power in” which enables or triggers the function of an analog video amplifier
Connect CATV cable to RF IN port on the top right of the amplifier box
Interconnect different TV and video display unit connections by using Coax cables to the output ports of the amplifier box
Check for open output ports, if any found terminate those with F type connectors
Turn on the power supply from the main electric power outlet and ensure that the LED on the amplifier box is illuminated as an indication to enabled operation
In the case of indoor installation, the above-mentioned steps shall suffice. However, our experts suggest to water seal the analog video amplifiers, in order to prevent the system from harsh environmental conditions. The installation and troubleshooting process of analog video amplifiers may involve the threat of getting electrocuted, therefore it must be performed meticulously by the experts.