ETRIX 1VP-D transformer with BNC plug on cable, terminal connector

Code: M16657
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The Etrix 1VP-D transformer has a BNC connector attached with a flexible cable, which ensures free positioning of the BNC end. The UTP cable is connected to a crimp connector.
• Transmission of video signal from 1 camera using UTP cable
• BNC 75 connector placed on cable
• UTP terminal connector


3-year warranty.



The 1VP-D transformer is used to transmit the video signal from one source via twisted-pair cable. The transformer has a BNC connector attached with a flexible cable, which ensures free positioning of the BNC end. The UTP cable is connected to a convenient crimp connector.
The device matches the impedance of the coaxial cable (75 Ohm) to the impedance of the symmetrical cable (100 Ohm), ensuring the transmission of video signals via twisted-pair CAT5 for cameras:
  • PAL (CVBS) up to 400 m
  • HD-TVI, AHD up to 200 m (720p) or 150 m (1080p)
  • HD-CVI up to 200 m
The installer should pay attention to connecting the appropriate wires to the correct terminals: (+) to (+) and (-) to (-). Improper connection will cause interference.
CMRR in video transformers (baluns). "Balun" is the short for "Balance-Unbalance", in CCTV applications meaning a transformer for changing the transmission medium from a coaxial cable to a twisted pair, and vice versa. The biggest advantages of using balanced transmission cables are lower costs, higher resistance to external interferences, and possibility of using longer transmission lines. Due to identical arrangement of the two wires of a balanced line, the interferences are also the same and can be cancelled in a differential balanced input of the receiver. It is not possible in the case of a coaxial transmission line.
The ability of a video transformer to cancel the common interferences identical in both wires is characterized by Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR). It is the ratio of the error signal at the asymmetric output of the transformer to the interference on the both balance inputs. The parameter can be measured, for example, by applying high, common interference signal V.z. to the both balance inputs (i.e. shorted, to eliminate a differential signal). Under such conditions, an ideal transformer would not provide any signal on its unbalanced output, but the real device will demonstrate a V.b. value. The CMRR is calculated using the following formula:
CMRR = 20*LOG(V.b./V.z.)
The CMRR of Etrix baluns (in the 15 kHz to 6 MHz range) is 60 dB. It means that they attenuate the common signals (interferences) 1000 times.


Model 1VP-D
Product type Video transformer
Brand Etrix
Input parameters number 1
connector type BNC, on flexible cable
Operating band MHz 0 ... 50
Supported signals and maximum resolution CVBS, HD-CVI (8 Mpix), HD-TVI (8 Mpix)
impedance ohm 75
Output parameters number 1
connector type Spring terminals
impedance ohm 100
CMRR dB @ 5 MHz 60
Operating temperature °C -10 .. 55
Dimensions mm 15 × 47 × 15