I have a possible job in a new large storage facility. They will have 32 cameras converging to one computer with 4 500GB hard drives backing up video for a month. They need a run 1100 feet to monitor that computer from a guard shack 1100 feet away. Cat-5 degrades at 330 feet. Does anyone know what might support that video signal (telephone twisted pairs?) If so, how?
If you had a CCTV cam with coax out, you could convert it CAT5 with this connector.
You can also try Axis.com. These guys have everything video you can imagine. Also a Video server would be great. All the CCTV cams plug into a IP device that you can then stream to a computer for storage.
Your other option, use fiber. Then at the each end, use copper to fiber convertors to bring it back to CAT5.
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