The FRV20 fiber receiver accepts two channels of video over two optical fibers. The FRV20 receiver is compatib le with the FTV10 and FTV10M transmitters. Each of the two transmitters can send a single independent video channel to one FRV20 receiver.
The FRV20 receiver is available in multimode and single-mode versions. When using single-mode fiber, the FRV20 receiver and compatible transmitter offer an optical power budget of 23 dB and provide a transmission distance of up to 69 km (42.9 mi) .
The FRV20 plug-and-play design ensure s ease of installation by requiring no electrical or optical adjustments. Modular in design, FRV20 units can be rack-mounted using the EURACK/USRACK chassis, or stand-alone modules can be placed on a desktop or mounted to a wall (wall mount kit not required).
For stand-alone and wall mount installations, external power is required for the FRV20 units. The units can be powered with the recommended FEXTPS fiber external power supply.
Accepts Two 10-Bit Digitally Encoded Video Channels over Two Fibers
Compatible with FTV10 and FTV10M Fiber Transmitters
Multimode Fiber Support for Distances up to 3 km (1.9 mi)
Single-Mode Fiber Support for Distances up to 69 km (42.9 mi)
Exceeds All Requirements for EIA RS-250C Short-Haul Transmission Specifications
Compatible with NTSC, PAL, or SECAM Video Standards
Designed to Meet NEMA TS 1/TS 2 and Caltrans Traffic Signal Control Equipment Environmental Standards
Voltage Transient Protection on All Power and Signal Input/Output Lines
LED Status Indicators for Monitoring All Critical Operating Parameters
Stand-Alone or Rack-Mountable Modular Design
Name: Pelco FRV20M2ST Video Extender Receiver, Motorola, Pelco by Motorola Solutions
Category: Pelco by Motorola Solutions, Residential AV, Residential Audio, AV Receivers
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