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  • Frys.com #6923247
  • Manufacturer: Swann Communications USA
  • UPC #815849012110
  • Model #SWPRO-30MFRC-GL
  • Superior quality integrated with DC power & co-axial RG-59 cable / BNC connectors for CCTV video cameras. Easy to install Siamese joins tear away as needed / Improved quality video signal / UL certified for in-wall installation Extend or replace your existing BNC cable with the added peace of mind of in-wall rating.

     

     

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    (Manufacturer # SWPRO-30MFRC-GL )

    Features
    • Easy to connect co-ax extension with in-wall rating for in-wall installations
    • Add 100ft / 30m of distance to your camera
    • Tight locking, secure & can't accidentally disconnect
    • 75 ohm, double shielded & weather resistant to withstand harsh conditions
    • Send power to your camera via this cable
    • White cable, perfect for home & office interiors
    Specifications
    Cable Length 100ft / 30m
    Cable Connection BNC Male to Male
    Power Male to Female
    Adaptor BNC Female to Female
    Cable Impedance 75 Ohms






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