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On-Q 3-channel Audio/Video RF Modulator

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Item # 717F1003

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Our take on the On-Q 3-channel Audio/Video RF Modulator

Use On-Q's 3-Channel Modulator to send audio/video signals from up to three cameras or other A/V sources through your home's cable TV or antenna distribution system to any connected television in the house. The modulator converts multiple audio/video sources into RF signals which can be sent over standard coax cable and received on three unused TV channels, making it especially convenient for monitoring your home's On-Q camera system.

Product Highlights:

  • On-Q part # F1003
  • converts audio/video to RF for distribution through a home cable TV or antenna system
  • modulates on channels 14-83, 65-94, and 100-139
  • digital channel display
  • three composite RCA video inputs
  • three mono RCA audio inputs
  • one F-connector output to TV
  • compact design for mounting in On-Q wiring enclosures with optional modulator bracket
  • AC power supply included
  • three 43" mono RCA/composite video cables included
  • 5-5/8"W x 1-3/16"H x x 4"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

What's in the Box:

  • 3-Channel Audio/Video modulator
  • AC adapter with attached 6' DC output cord (DC Output: 15V/400mA)
  • Three 43" A/V patch cords (with mono RCA and composite video RCA plugs on each end)
  • Installation manual

On-Q 3-channel Audio/Video RF Modulator Reviews

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Product Review of Features and Operation

MusicMan from Girard, Ohio on 12/26/2009

All features described are accurate 100%. This product literarly let's you choose any channel from 14 to 83. YES, channels 70 to 83 on the UHF band can now have viewable video and audio, whcih means, your older analog TV sets that can access these channels will allow you to view the outside of your home with just a basic video camera placed at each entrance or in the surrounding yard without the need of expensive CCTV equipment. Your existing in-home coaxial cable setup will allow you to view the source on all your TVs and with the help of a signal combiner, you can still enjoy your cable, satalite, VCR, DVD or antenna viewing at the same time. Only downfall is the price range. I've seen the price way lower by other competitors.




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Overview: The On-Q modulator can accept the composite video and audio signals from up to three cameras (or other sources) and modulates them to your TV or into your home's video distribution system.

3-Channel Output: You can set up the modulator to output video on 3 different channels, stored in memory as Mod A, Mod B, and Mod C. You can choose between UHF and Ultra frequency bands, and Channels 14-83 for UHF and 65-139 for Ultra (excluding CH 95-99). You can set up the output channel using the Mod Select and channel up/down buttons on the front panel. The channel numbers will appear in the display and an LED will light next to the modulation channel selected. For example, you can modulate video from the front door camera (Mod A) on channel 20, the baby's room camera (Mod B) on channel 25, and the back yard camera (Mod C) on channel 30. Once set up is completed, you can select which camera to view by changing the channel on the TV.

Inputs and Outputs: The modulator has three sets of inputs (AVA, AVB, and AVC) with RCA composite video and mono RCA audio jacks. There is a single RF coaxial output, and a DC power input.

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