RCA cables are commonly used to transmit video and audio signals.
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Closed circuit television (CCTV) is commonly associated with security cameras. The security camera captures video and transmits it to a monitoring station and / or recording device. Connecting a CCTV camera to a consumer TV is extremely simple and requires only the use of a coaxial cable or RCA cable to run from the camera to the TV. Both types of cables can be purchased at any electronics store for a low cost.
Determine what connections the CCTV security camera has. The TV must have both RCA and input-coax, at least it will have one of them. The CCTV camera probably will not have both inputs. Look at the back of the camera and determine if it has ports for coaxial or RCA. Measure the distance between the CCTV camera and the TV. This measurement will be necessary to determine the length of cable to buy. Want to buy an RCA or coaxial cable. Make sure that a sufficiently long cable is purchased using the necessary measures. Both cables are widely available at most electronics stores. Connect the cable to the back of the CCTV camera. An RCA cable will simply be plugged into the back of the camera, matching cable colors with the colors of the input ports. A coaxial cable must be screwed into the back of the camera. Run the cable from the CCTV camera to the TV. Connect the cable to the TV’s input ports. Again RCA cables will be connected and a coaxial cable will be screwed in. Turn on the TV, and it should be receiving the live broadcast of the CCTV camera. The TV may need to be set to a different video input or channel to receive the connection, but this depends on the make and model of the TV. UNIT YOU WILL NEED Cable (RCA or coaxial) Tape measure REFERENCES Monoprice connection: RCA cables link Search Data Center: What is a coaxial cable VIDEO: Collective System Of Cctv And Antenna On A Cable Only
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