User manual Datavideo NVW-150 Camera-Top High Power WiFi Bridging NVW-150
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User manual for Datavideo NVW-150 Camera-Top High Power WiFi Bridging NVW-150
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Product classification: Professional Video - Camcorder & Camera Peripherals - Wireless Transmission Systems
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Price: 700 USD
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User manual for the Datavideo NVW-150 Camera-Top High Power WiFi Bridging NVW-150
The user manual for the Datavideo NVW-150 Camera-Top High Power WiFi Bridging NVW-150 provides
necessary instructions for the proper use of the product Professional Video - Camcorder & Camera Peripherals - Wireless Transmission Systems.
The NVW-150 Camera-Top High Power WiFiF Bridging Unit from Datavideo is a powerful miniature camera top Wifi transmitter, which can be powered by a main power outlet or a variety of battery solutions via a 2-pin LEMO connector. You can connect any network enabled device via an Ethernet connection to the NVW-150 which can then be linked to a second NVW-150 or NVW-250 unit.
The NVW-150 uses MIMO technology with 26dBm (aggregate) transmit power and carrier class receiver sensitivity. The device is designed to be mounted on to any cameras hot/cold shoe and powered from any DC source from 5 to 20 volts or via power over Ethernet (9-24v). It comes with two 3dBi omni-directional antennas ideal for use in short to medium range environments.
A built-in LED signal strength indicator allows you to remain within range, while the unit will automatically adjust transmission rates and channel numbers based on current link conditions. In more challenging environments, the devices comprehensive web interface offers a full site survey.The NVW-150 uses completely unlicensed 5Ghz bands and complies with IEEE802.11d global standards for license free operation worldwide, offering transmission speeds of up to 300Mbps and ranges in excess of 0.25Km (standard antenna) / 10km (external antenna and height dependent) while staying below the UKs 30 dBm EIRP power limit.
The NVW-150 supports multiple operating modes, in addition to the standard point to point mode Point to multipoint mode allows you to connect multiple NVW-150 units together. The unit can act as a high-powered wireless router, in this mode the Ethernet port becomes the WAN port. The unit is ideal for use with Datavideo NVS-20 H264 encoder and NVD-20 decoder (sold separately).
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Additional parameters of the Datavideo NVW-150 Camera-Top High Power WiFi Bridging NVW-150:
5 GHz Band B (unlicensed)
MIMO 802.11n 802.11a
2 x 10/100 Ethernet ports
820' (0.25 km) standard antenna 6.2 mi (10 km) (external antenna and height dependent) at below 30 dBm EIRP (UK limit)
26 dBm (aggregated)
2 x External 3 dBi omni-directional (included)
Supported Data Rates
up to 300 Mbps
LED, signal strength
2-pin LEMO, power input
5 to 20 VDC power source 9 to 24 VDC PoE (power over Ethernet)
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