These analogue video isolators are useful in both broadcast and CCTV applications, where there are differences in earth potential between video circuits, such as between different locations on a site, which can cause disturbance to the video signal with the introduction of supply frequency noise or 'hum' and, at worst, can be a safety issue.
A special transformer is used with very wide band-width performance, and a capacitor in series with the input prevents saturation that might be caused by a DC component in the signal.
They are a portable design, housed in a standard Canford extruded box with protective ABS bezels, for life in the tool-kit ready for trouble-shooting. Alternatively they may be fixed to a flat surface using an Extruded-box mounting kit, stock code 16-722.
Single and dual channel versions are available, with BNC input and output connectors.
||1 : 1.
||Greater than 3500ohms, 300Hz, 7V rms, no-load.
||20Hz-11MHz +0, -3dB. 1Vpp sine, source and load 75ohms.
||0.5dB, source and load 75ohms.
||2kV RMS, primary - secondary.
||1000uF + 4.5 ohms in series, primary.
||93 x 107 x 55(w x d x h)mm, over bezels.
||300g, single, 400g dual channel.
Whilst the transformer is capable of broadcast-class performance, by it's very nature it blocks the DC part of the luminance information, which has negligible effect on picture quality in most circumstances.
Manufactured by Canford.