Videomitter MIT170-RX Specifications

CCTV
TM
Instructions
ule
“Send 2 Video Signals
Down 1x Co-ax Cable...”
...with a
TM
CCTV
ule
Even
audio!
Video In
2
Video In
1
1x RG5
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CCTV
MULE
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12V DC
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Up to 2 videos down co-ax* •
No need for extra cables*
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2
2 Video signals down 1 co-ax.
Audio transmission*
Up to 200mtrs*
Easy to setup
It’s the easy way to add extra
cameras to an existing installation!
* as per instructions
Mule2 Instructions
Order Code: MULE002
Instructions - Instructions - Instructions
CCTV Mule Instructions
CCTV
TM
ule
Carries multiple video signals even audio down ONE RG59 cable!
The CCTV Mule makes it easy to add extra cameras to existing
installations, you save installation time and reduce the cost of
buying and installing more cable.
The Mules work in pairs. One Mule combines the video signals to transmit them
down 1 single co-ax, the other Mule then reconstructs the individual video
signals at the remote end. A low-cost, easy solution that offers huge installation
benefits and opportunities to add extra cameras.
The clever electronics of the CCTV Mule also allow it to carry audio along the
same co-axial cable. You can even carry one video signal in one direction and
one in the other direction!
The CCTV Mules need a 12V power supply at both ends but other than that,
it’s a really simple device to use, with no real configuration to do.
Step 1 - decide on the operation mode you require the Mule2 to work in...
It has the following 4 operation modes...
Mode 2 Video signals down 1 co-ax cable
1
Mule 2 - Tx
Mule 2 - Rx
V1
12V DC
V2
12V DC
V1 & V2 in
this direction
1x RG59 co-ax cable
2
V2
V1
CCTV Mule Instructions
Mode 1 Video signal in one direction, 1 video signal in the opposite direction.
2
Mule 2 - Tx
Mule 2 - Rx
V1
12V DC
V1 in this
direction
V2
V2
12V DC
V1
1x RG59 co-ax cable
V2 in this direction
Mode 1 Video signal and 1 audio signal.
3
Mule 2 - Tx
Mule 2 - Rx
V1
12V DC
Audio
12V DC
Audio
V1 & Audio in
this direction
V1
1x RG59 co-ax cable
Mode 1 Video signal in one direction, 1 audio signal in the opposite direction.
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Mule 2 - Tx
Mule 2 - Rx
Audio
V1
12V DC
Audio
12V DC
V1 in this
direction
V1
1x RG59 co-ax cable
Audio in this direction
New VoiceOFF - Alarm activated voice/sound warning unit, see >>>
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CCTV Mule Instructions
Step 2 - identify the relevant connections on the Mule2.
Connections - TX Transmitter
Each CCTV Mule is clearly marked on the power side as: Tx - Transmitter
Tx - Transmitter
Figure 1
Tx - Transmitter unit has the following connections;
1. Power Input 12v D.C Only
2. Power L.E.D
3. Video Input Brightness Adjust
Connections - RX Receiver
4. Channel 1 Video Input
5. Video Output to Mule Receiver
6. Channel 2 Video Input
Each CCTV Mule is clearly marked on the power side as: Rx - Receiver
Rx - Receiver
Figure 2
Rx - Receiver unit has the following connections;
1. Gain Control Switch
2. Power Input 12v D.C Only
3. Power L.E.D
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4. Channel 1 Video Output
5. Channel 2 Video Output
6. Video Input from Mule Transmitter
CCTV Mule Instructions
Step 3 - fasten the unit to a wall
Installation
The units have wall mount fixings lugs either side for internal installation
however for external installation the Mules MUST be installed in a suitable IP
rated enclosure such as the BOX420 (figure 3).
Figure 3
Step 4 - power the units.
Powering the Units
The Mules require a 12v power supply to power the units, so you will require 2 power supplies. One for the transmitter and
one for the receiver.
The PSU for the transmitter needs to be capable of supplying 12v D.C. @ 125mA continuously. The PSU for the receiver
needs to be capable of supplying 12v D.C @ 120mA. Please ensure you use a fully regulated power supply or you risk
damaging the Mules.
The Mules have a green 2 Pin connector that connects power to the units, both the Tx and Rx are clearly marked with the
correct connection polarity. The red core is +12V and the black is 0v. See figures 4 and 5.
Please make sure that you check the polarity of the power supply that you are using to ensure the power is connected
correctly. Once power is applied to the Mules the power LED will light up and stay lit.
Tx - Transmitter
Figure 4
Rx - Receiver
WARNING
POLARITY
SENSITIVE
Figure 5
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CCTV Mule Instructions
Step 5 - set up your chosen mode.
Operation Mode Setup
Mode
2 Video signals down 1 co-ax cable
1
The Mule2 allows 2 separate video signals to be sent down 1 co-ax cable allowing 1 extra CCTV camera to
be added to an existing system. Figure 6 shows a diagram of how mode 1 is configured.
Figure 6
Mule 2 - Tx
Mule 2 - Rx
V1
12V DC
V2
V2
12V DC
V1 & V2 in
this direction
V1
1x RG59 co-ax cable
Tx - Transmitter
1. Connect your 2 video input signals into the ‘Video In’ ports 1 & 2 (figure1, 4 & 6)
2. The RG59 co-ax cable connects to the ‘Video Out’ port (figure1, 5), the maximum length for this cable
is 200 metres.
3. You can adjust brightness of the video inputs if required by turning the grub screw (figure 1, 3) with a
screwdriver clockwise and anticlockwise.
Rx - Receiver
1. The RG59 co-ax cable from the transmitter connects to the ‘Video In’ port (figure2, 6) of the mule
receiver.
2. Connect your video cables from the ‘Video Out’ ports marked 1 and 2 (figure 2, 4 & 5) to your video in
inputs on the back of your 2 LCD Monitors.
3. If you find the video quality is low when coming out of the receiver, you can use the ‘Gain’ control knob
(figure 2, 1) to fine adjust the video image. This is especially useful when transmitting over distance.
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CCTV Mule Instructions
Operation Mode Setup
Mode
1 Video signal in one direction, 1 video signal in the opposite direction.
2
Mule2 can also transmit a CCTV video signal in reverse. This great feature is an added bonus where wirefree
is not an option due to site conditions such as trees and other obstacles in the way, especially useful if you
don’t have access to run any more cables. Figure 7 shows a diagram of how mode 2 is configured.
Mule 2 - Tx
Figure 7
Mule 2 - Rx
V1
12V DC
V2
12V DC
V1 in this
direction
1x RG59 co-ax cable
V2
V1
V2 in this direction
Tx - Transmitter
1. Connect the video input signal into the ‘Video In’ port 1 (figure 1, 4).
2. Connect an LCD monitor to the ‘Video In’ port 2 (figure 1, 6).
3. Connect the RG59 co-ax cable into the ‘Video Out’ port (figure 1, 5) the maximum length is 200 metres.
Rx - Receiver
1. Connect the RG59 co-ax cable from the transmitter to the ‘Video In’ port (figure 2, 6) of the receiver.
2. Connect an LCD monitor into the ‘Video Out’ port 1 (figure 2, 4) of the receiver.
3. Connect a video input signal like a camera into the ‘Video Out’ port 2 (figure 2, 5).
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CCTV Mule Instructions
Operation Mode Setup
Mode
1 Video signal and 1 audio signal.
3
The Mule2 can also send an extra audio signal down the RG59 allowing 1 camera signal and 1 audio to be
sent back to a monitor. There’s no need to add extra cable to the existing RG59 co-ax cable as all this can
be done with the Mule2. Figure 8 shows a diagram of how mode 3 is configured.
Figure 8
Mule 2 - Tx
Mule 2 - Rx
V1
12V DC
Audio
12V DC
V1 & Audio in
this direction
Audio
V1
1x RG59 co-ax cable
Tx - Transmitter
1. Connect the video input signal into the ‘Video In’ port 1 (figure 1, 4).
2. Connect an audio input device such as a microphone into ‘Video Out’ port 2 (figure 1, 6) of the
transmitter.
3. Connect the RG59 co-ax cable into the ‘Video Out’ port (figure 1, 5) the maximum length is 200 metres.
Rx - Receiver
1. Connect the RG59 co-ax cable from the transmitter to the ‘Video In’ port (figure 2, 6) of the receiver.
2. Connect an LCD monitor into the ‘Video Out’ port 1 (figure 2, 4) of the receiver.
3. Connect an audio output device such as the VoiceOff into the ‘Video Out’ port 2 (figure 2, 5).
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CCTV Mule Instructions
Operation Mode Setup
Mode
1 Video signal in one direction, 1 audio signal in the opposite direction.
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The Mule2 is capable of transmitting audio in the reverse direction to 1 video camera signal. This mode
works especially well in an existing installation where 1 of the cameras could be converted into a tannoy
system using the VoiceOff. No additional cabling would be required to complete this setup.
Figure 9
Mule 2 - Tx
Mule 2 - Rx
Audio
V1
12V DC
Audio
12V DC
V1 in this
direction
V1
1x RG59 co-ax cable
Audio in this direction
New VoiceOFF - Alarm activated voice/sound warning unit, see >>>
TM
Tx - Transmitter
1. Connect the video input signal into the ‘Video In’ port 1 (figure 1, 4).
2. Connect an audio output device such as the VoiceOff into ‘Video In’ port 2 (figure 1, 6) of the transmitter.
3. Connect the RG59 co-ax cable into the ‘Video Out’ port (figure 1, 5) the maximum length is 200 metres.
Rx - Receiver
1. Connect the RG59 co-ax cable from the transmitter to the ‘Video In’ port (figure 2, 6) of the receiver.
2. Connect an LCD monitor into the ‘Video Out’ port 1 (figure 2, 4) of the receiver.
3. Connect an audio input device such as microphone into the ‘Video Out’ port 2 (figure 2, 5).
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CCTV Mule Instructions
Troubleshooting
Q.1 I have power to both Mules but I
can not get any video out of them. I
have all the cameras connected and
outputs connected to the DVR.
A.1 Check the Mules are connected the correct way
around. The transmitter Mule (TX) should have the
camera inputs connected to it and sited at the
camera end. The receiver Mule (RX) should have
the video outputs connected to the DVR and should
be sited at the DVR end. Make sure that you have
video going in to the TX mule using a test monitor.
Q. 2 I have no video output and no power light
lit.
A. 2 Check the power supply is connected correctly
to both Mules and outputting 12v D.C. Ensure the
positive cable is connected to the positive port (+)
and the negative cable is connected to the negative
port (-) (figure 1 & 2).
Q. 3 The output videos are very grainy and poor
quality.
A. 3 You will need to adjust the gain control by
turning the ‘Gain’ control switch on the Mules
(figures 1 & 2). This is done with a flat blade
screwdriver, turn clockwise a fraction on the RX and
review the video output again this may need a few
turns to fully improve video quality. Remember that
the maximum cable length is 200mtrs.
Q. 4 I have my audio device connected to the TX
Mule but no audio is coming out at the receiver
end.
A. 4 Ensure that the audio input is in ‘Video In 2’
(figure 1, 6) on the transmitter (TX) Mule as this is
the only port that will transmit audio. Check the audio
output device at the receiver (RX) end is in ‘Video
Out 2’ (figure 2, 5). Also make sure your audio source
is working ok.
Q. 5 My video going into the TX Mule is clear and
bright but the video coming out of the RX Mule is
dark.
A. 5 Try adjusting the video brightness control. See
step 2 diagrams. Also try adjusting the gain.
Q. 6 I can’t get any video out of the units and I
have my RG59 co-ax cable connected to ‘Video
In’ of the TX.
A. 6 Connect the RG59 co-ax cable to the ‘Video
Out’ port on the TX Mule and connect the other end
to the ‘Video In’ port on the RX Mule. You can not
use any other port on the Mules as these two ports
are for the transmission of the video & audio between
the pair of Mules. Make sure the cable is 200m or
less and good quality at least RG59 specification.
Q. 7 I have all my inputs and outputs connected,
the video going into the TX Mule is clear but the
video coming out of the RX Mule is very poor. My
cable run between both mules is over 200 metres.
A. 7 The maximum cable run between the Mules is
up to 200 metres using RG59. You may achieve
longer distances using higher grades of cable.
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Mode 3 Video signals in one direction, 1 RS485 signal in the opposite direction.
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Mule 4 - Rx
Mule 4 - Tx
V1
12V DC
12V DC
V2
V3
DVR
V1
Data
V2
V3
Data
V1, V2, V3
in this direction
1x RG59 co-ax cable
MULE004
Voltage
Current Consumption
Video Inputs
Video Outputs
Video Quality
Gain Control
Operation Modes
Cable Required
Max Cable Length
Size
TX
12 V DC
RX
200mA
350mA
4x BNC
1x BNC
1x BNC
4x BNC
D1 @ 25FPS - Every Camera
For different cable lengths
5
RG59 or better
200 Metres
175 x 110 x 30mm
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RS485 Data
12V DC
Up to 4 videos down co-ax*
Data combiner*
Audio transmission*
Up to 200mtrs*
Easy to setup
* as per instructions
CODE
DESCRIPTION
For more info see:
MULE004 Mule4 Tx & Rx www.cctvmule.com
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Other items to consider...
TM
VoiceOFF MK2
With
RS232 Input triggers up
to 9999 sounds!!
plus
20 alarm inputs trigger
20 user recordable warnings!
The new VoiceOff MK2 is an alarm activated voice or sound
warning unit that has 20 separate alarm inputs to trigger up
to 20 different sound recording files and with the new added
feature of an RS232 input can trigger up to 9999 sounds!!!
Alarm activations can be triggered from an internal or external
PIR, break beam detectors, panic button, keyfob or from a DVR
detecting video motion in a camera’s footage.
CODE
VOX200
DESCRIPTION
VoiceOff Unit
Features
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When used in conjunction with the alienDVR range, the
VoiceOff can be activated remotely over the internet
when a suspicious sighting has been made.
Accepts up to 20 alarm inputs
Powerful 10 Watt Output
Voice & sound files stored on a removable SD card
Can be activated automatically using alarm inputs
TM
Can be used as a talkback amp with DVRs
RS232 connection to PC or DVR
Stores & plays 9999 sounds
Voice & sound files available from www.voiceoff.com or scan the QR code >>>
Specification
20 x Alarm Inputs
Speaker output 8W 80 ohms
SD card compatible
(supplied)
MP3 file compatible
8-18V AC/ DC
12V DC 120mA Standby
200mA max (depending on volume)
Wall Mounting Fixing Lugs
Ivory ABS Housing, Rated IP65
Max Size: H234 x W188 x D85
(inc. gland/speaker)
Use the VoiceOff for...
Deterring
vandals
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Voice warning messages can be
downloaded or recorded yourself in a
MP3 format onto a removable SD card
stored in the VoiceOff unit and used to deter
intruders or even welcome visitors. Similarly sound files
such as a police siren or dog barking can be used to deter
unwanted visitors in vulnerable areas.
Welcome to
Groves Garden
Centre.
Welcoming
Visitors
Warning off
intruders
Warning! Intruder
detected, CCTV
system recording.
Hard hats
must be worn
in this area!
Inform in risk
areas
TM
VideoMitters
Digital Transceivers
Monitor & control
video & sound from
one location to
another without wires!
Up to 1.2Km Range*
The VideoMitters are a break through in the transmission of video signals.
By digitising the video & audio signals, far superior performance can be
achieved in transmission distance and received image & audio quality.
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MITK es
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The innovative VideoMitters can also transmit IR data in the reverse
direction to the transmitted audio and video signals allowing any device
that uses a hand held IR remote to be controlled from a different room or
location without wires.
Order Code:
MITKIT
Simple, effective and low cost, the VideoMitter is an installer’s dream
product saving money on cabling and labour with outstanding results.
Specification:
2.4Ghz Frequency
Up to 20 pairs on 1 site
Auto channel selection
12V DC - Terminal Strip
Current - 200mA
300mA + 12V PSU required
Video Connection - 1x Phono Input
Audio Connection - 2x Phono Inputs
IR Socket
Antenna - RP SMA Female
Unit Size-113 x 95 x 25mm
CODE
MITKIT
DESCRIPTION
Tx & Rx Units
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Tx and Rx unit with antennas, 2x Phono-BNC Converter
2x AV cables and 2x IR extension leads
outperforms others
Visit: www.VideoMitter.com
Or scan the QR code
with your phone to take
you to the website!
*Additional antennas available for 1.2KM.
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Keep vital evidence secure from
tampering or theft by fitting your DVR into
a KitVault lockable enclosure...
For more info go to:
www.kitvault.com
Hinged Lid for easy installation
and engineer access
Wall & Desk
boltholes for
permanent fixing
to wall/shelf
How fan is fitted inside
Easy fit fan kits (12V DC)
for extra cooling of stored
equipment
Choice of 3 fan
vents for full
flexibility to suit the
on-site conditions
Ext Measurements:
W520x H150 x D550mm
Extra deep design for easy rear
cable access to suit most DVRs
Lockable to prevent
unauthorised access
Tough window panel
for easy monitoring
of equipment
The CCTV Code of Practice 2008 that forms part of the Data Protection Act states that recorded CCTV images must be, “securely
stored, where only a limited number of authorised persons may have access to them”.
The KitVault is designed to house CCTV equipment such as DVRs to keep the equipment not just secure from unauthorised
tampering by staff and visitors but also from theft of the equipment itself. In addition to the lockable door, the enclosure can be bolted
to a shelf or desk and wall to prevent removal.
Finished in an attractive silver and graphite finish and built from 1.7mm steel, the enclosure blends easily into commercial
environments. Fan vents situated on both sides and the rear allow the quick fitting of one or more of the 12V DC fan kits available
to allow cool air to be circulated around the electronic equipment stored inside it.
The KitVault houses all the DVRs in this booklet as well as most on the market with internal measurements of:
W515 x H130 x D525mm.
All NEW
Design!
Extra room at rear for
DVR connections
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Fan Opoling!
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CODE
CCT245
FAN012
DESCRIPTION
DVR KitVault
12V Fan Kit
Scan the QR code with
your phone to take you
to the website!
Introducing the Who is Watching Me
Signage Solutions
No Overprinting Required!
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SMART & CONVENIENT
Each sign is pre−printed with
a unique serial number, so
overprinting is a thing of the past.
Pre−drilled holes speed
up installation and rounded corners help
comply with H&S regulations.
You register your unique “Sign ID” to your
contact details at an online data base so
the public are able to contact you as is
required by the Data Protection Act.
Fit it - Register it - No need to overprint it!
Visit:
www.WhoIsWatchingMe.org
Or scan the QR code
with your phone to take
you to the website!
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TM
CCTV
ule Specifications
Send 2 Video signals down
1 co-ax cable with a Mule2
Even
audio!
Video In
2
1x RG5
Video In
1
9
OUT
For further information or help please contact us by email:
support@cctvmule.com
or visit us online at: www.cctvmule.com
Technical Specification
MULE002
Transmitter TX
Current Consumption
125mA
Voltage
Video Inputs
Video Outputs
Video Quality
Gain Control
Operation Modes
12 V DC
Receiver RX
2x BNC
1x BNC
2x BNC
D1 @ 25FPS - Every Camera
For different cable lengths
4
Cable Required
RG59 or better
Size
91 x 88 x 28mm
Max Cable Length
120mA
1x BNC
200 Metres
Or scan the QR code
with your phone to take
you to the website!
WEE/CG0783SS
This symbol on the products and/or
accompanying documents means that
used electronic equipment must not
be mixed with general household
waste. For treatment, recovery and
recycling please return this unit to your
trade supplier or local designated
collection point as defined by your
local council.
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product specifications or features without notice. Whilst every effort is made to ensure
that these instructions are complete and accurate, CCTVMule.com cannot be held
responsible in any way for any losses, no matter how they arise, from errors or omissions
in these instructions, or the performance or non-performance of the equipment that these
instructions refer to.
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