CCTV Microphone

30.00

DESCRIPTION of CCTV Microphone

• Amplified CCTV Microphone
• Add Audio to Your CCTV Feed
• Plug & Play
• High Sensitivity (Do Not Speak Directly Into Mic)
• Sensitivity: 200mA/ubar
• Working Current: 0.5mA~60mA
• Working Voltage: 6~14VDC
• Frequency: 100~6000Hz
• Max Output Voltage: SV-upp
• Working Range: 150m2

Description

CCTV Microphone

USES of CCTV Microphone
• Ideal to capture audio for surveillance purposes

ADVANTAGES of CCTV Microphone

ADVANTAGES of CCTV Microphone
• Can be used indoors and outdoors
• Not restricted to placing with cameras, can be used independently
• The CCTV microphone has a large working range

DESCRIPTION of CCTV Microphone
• Amplified CCTV Microphone
• Add Audio to Your CCTV Feed
• Plug & Play
• High Sensitivity (Do Not Speak Directly Into Mic)
• Sensitivity: 200mA/ubar
• Working Current: 0.5mA~60mA
• Working Voltage: 6~14VDC
• Frequency: 100~6000Hz
• Max Output Voltage: SV-upp
• Working Range: 150m2

This audio surveillance microphone can be added to any surveillance system with audio input. The CCTV microphone is typically used as an add-on to CCTV cameras and other types of security cameras that do not have built-in audio.

This microphone is stand alone as it does not rely on the power source from a security camera. Plug and play cables can be used with these microphones to easily run both the audio and power centrally back to the DVR. Installation of this microphone is very simple for a DIY installer to perform.

The Mic comes with its own 12V DC power supply and can be used with CCTV Camera Pros stand alone surveillance DVRs or PC based DVRs, such as Geovision.

Because the microphone has a female RCA input and most DVRs have RCA inputs for the microphone inputs, we include two BNC to RCA converters for each end of the plug and play cable. Order the cable with this microphone and the converters are included. See the below audio surveillance connection diagram for more information.

Please note that because the microphone uses its own power cable and coax cable, the mic does not actually need to be installed at the exact same location as the security camera that it will be paired with on the DVR. The orange cable is the RG59 coaxial cable that is used to run the audio output of the mic to the audio input of the DVR. The orange coax cable connects the camera’s video output to the video input of the DVR. The DVR allows the user to associate the audio from the microphone with any camera channel on the DVR. In fact, the DVR does not even know if the mic is installed near the camera or not.