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2.4 GHz wireless SCART set

Artl. code: VID-TRANS150KN

Products working on the 2.4 GHz frequency band, like wireless Internet and Bluetooth, are subject to interference and can disturb each other. This product is also available in a similar version working on the 5.8 GHz frequency band. See model: VID-TRANS515KN.

- Unique design
- Can be installed out of sight
- Directly connected to the back side of DVD, LCD-TV, PLASMA-TV, etc.
- Internal antenna’s
- With infrared extension for control of the connected equipment with original remote control
- Equipped with scart-lock connectors

Note: read manual for the use of the 4 channel adjustment.

• Operating Frequency Band: 2.400GHz~2.4835GHz
• Maximum Output Level: 10dBm (CE)
• Modulation: FM (video and audio)
• Channels: 4 with PLL frequency synthesizer
• Video Input Level: 1V p-p @ 75 ohm
• Audio Input Level: 1V p-p @ 600 ohm (STEREO)
• Input Port: SCART socket
• Antenna: Hidden omni-directional
• Power consumption: 7.5VDC,150mA
• Dimension: 100×60×22 mm
• Weight: 100 g

• Operating Frequency Band: 2.400GHz~2.4835GHz
• Sensitivity: -80dBm minimum
• Channels: 4 with PLL frequency synthesizer
• Video Output Level: 1V p-p @ 75 ohm
• Audio Output Level: 1V p-p@ 600 ohm (STEREO)
• Output Port: SCART socket
• Antenna: Hidden omni-directional
• IR Transmit Frequency: 433.92 MHz
• Power consumption: 7.5 VDC, 230mA
• Dimension: 100×60×22 mm
• Weight: 110 g

• Operational range: up to 80 meter (line of sight)
• Remote control range: up to 50 meter (line of sight)
Type Audio/Video Transmission
Source Audio/Video
Transmission Frequency 2.4 GHz
Channels 4
TV Tuner No
Colour Grey
Input Connector(s) SCART
Output Connector(s) SCART
IR Leds No

Downloads for VID-TRANS150KN:

Product datasheet

What you should know about wireless audio and video transmission:

Distances are subject to the circumstances and are never guaranteed.

1. The transmission power is limited by European law. That effects the range of the product.
For your information: 2.4 GHz is maximum 0.10 mW transmit power. For 5.8 GHz it's maximum 0.25 mW. However this extra transmission power is needed for the higher frequency. So in general there is no difference in range between 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz.

2. The advantage of 5.8 GHz is less other equipment operating on the same frequency. For example, 2.4 GHz is also the frequency of Bluetooth and wireless network.
This was the situation in the early days of 5.8 GHz. But at this moment more and more other equipment is also operating on the 5.8 GHz frequency and causing interference.

3. Try to avoid as many obstacles between the transmitter and receiver. The ranges of 30 m through walls and ceilings and 100 m in open field are without any possible interference and measured in a laboratory. Do not place the transmitter and receiver behind any electronic equipment.

4. There are many variables that influence the result and therefore you will never have the assurance the product will function in the area you want to use it.

5. The positioning of the antennas and the position of transmitter and receiver is very critical. Re-positioning of the antennas, receiver and transmitter with only a centimeter could be the difference between good and bad reception. For your information: the dish antennas (not all models) should be pointed to each other with the slightly curved shape. This is mentioned with a sticker at the dish.

6. Determine if the product functions OK or is defect. If the end result is not satisfactory or no picture, try to bring the equipment close to each other (2 meter) and test if it's OK.

7. Keep in mind that there are always situations/areas that the product does not function. But that has nothing to do with the quality of the product but with circumstances.

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