Commercial-grade RG59 cable with 18-gauge Siamese power (60 ft.)
Our take on the ClearView DIY-RG59 by Crutchfield's Eric Angevine
Security cameras typically require two cables — one for passing signal, and another that provides power. ClearView's RG59 Siamese CCTV cable allows installers to provide video and power to security cameras using a single cable run. DIY-RG59 cable features an extra-sturdy 18-gauge power cable, and coax signal cable, both with connectors attached.
- provides power and signal in a single cable run for security cameras
- sturdy RG59 coax cable with built-in BNC connectors
- 18-gauge Siamese power cable
- warranty: 7 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- 60' Roll of industrial-grade RG-59 video cable (with BNC connectors) with DC power cable (DC barrel connector)
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Overview: The Clearview DIY-RG59-P60FT is a 60' length of Industrial-grade RG59 18-2 gauge video cable with attached DC power cable. This cable is designed to carry video signals from Clearview cameras to a DVR, while it receives power from the DVR or an external power supply.
Connectors: The video cable features male BNC connectors on both ends. The power cable features male DC barrel receptacles on both ends.
Compatibility: The DIY-RG59-P60FT cable is compatible with the following devices:
- DVRs: Eagle View, Falcon View, Hawk, Panther
- Cameras: BL-71, BL-74, D-50, D-52, HD1-TD27, HD2-B27, HD20B27-M, HD2-D27M, HD2-TD27, HD2-VD27, AVS-PTZ-HD2-C, SP-10, SP-11, TD-81, X-SUPER-700-5-50, plus other cameras with BNC output.
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Why did you buy this?
Need this length for professional installation & the high grade cable for outdoor. [ Bryan Feb 04, 2018 ]