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Cables and Connectors

Digital Video Cables and Connectors for Surveillance Systems

When installing, operating, or maintaining any type of complete CCTV surveillance system, you need to have equipment that's compatible with each other. This is especially true if it is your first time installing such a system. While some veteran electricians can find ways to make do with what is available, not all of us have that much technical know-how. Don't worry, though. You do not need to be a genius with cables and connectors just to protect your home. If you are an amateur DIY-electronics buff who wants to learn how to do this properly, you need to start with digital video cables and connectors that are fully compatible with one another.

The installation and maintenance of any large CCTV system can be hastened with the use of the Siamese RG59 Cable, which comes in either 1,000 or 500 feet, in black or in white. This type of cable quickens installation because it is a combined power and video cable, running side by side as a single wire, each with its own wire shielding – hence, Siamese. This will make planning your wiring easier and a lot less confusing, as you will be handling only a single wire for both power and video functions. The RG59 Siamese works well with nearly all other types of security camera cables and connectors. This is an ideal set up for large systems where the wiring can easily get complicated.

You will need both Male and Female DC Power Connectors to terminate your power ends and establish connections. For the RG59 video cable on the Siamese wire, you will need the RG59 BNC Compression Connector. If you fail to connect the power properly, your equipment could be damaged in the process. Faults in the video cable connection will not totally mess with the captured footage but will be highly noticeable. Make sure to terminate and establish your connections cleanly, as this will directly affect the capabilities of your equipment. A clean installation will let you get the most out of your purchased equipment.

Cable connectors are used as connections or adapters between video cables and equipment. The same connectors can be found on the Power & Video All in One Camera Cables, which come with extra connections for complete compatibility with 12-volt cameras (the most common type of surveillance camera). These All in One Cables come in 25, 50, 100, and 150 feet. Choose depending on the size of your security setup.

These are nearly all of the cable types and connectors required when installing a CCTV camera surveillance system for either your home or your place of business. To do a home installation all by yourself, you will need essential wiring tools like a proper wire stripper and a crimping tool for attaching connectors or adapters.

If you are installing or operating just a small, basic setup using spy cameras with built-in DVRs, then you will not really need to worry about finding CCTV camera cable and connectors. What you might find useful is the Video Cable for Hidden Camera with DVR.

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