Model: UTP-206D - Material: ABS housing - Quantity: 1 - Color: Black + silver - Input voltage: DC / AC 12V - Output voltage: DC / AC 12V - Transmission power: 36W (max.) - Signal transmission bandwidth: 0~6MHz - Anti-interference: >60dB - Impedance: BNC (male) 75 ohm; Wired connector: 100 ohm - Working temperature: -10'C~55'C - Storage temperature: -20'C~70'C - Connector: RJ45 - Transmission range: 200 meters - With extension cable to connect to DVR - Anti-interference lightning protection and anti-static - Function: 1-channel video transmission and low voltage level AC / DC power supply - Supports all the system base band composite video suitable for NTSC / PAL / CCIR / SECAM - Adopts Cat 5 / 5e / 6 twisted-pair cable as transmission media can real-time transmit 1-channel PAL / NTSC / SECAM etc. video signal; It also can transmit 1-channel DC power supply for camera power; Use one network cable transmit video signal and provides power for the camera - Installation: - First: Close the power of the devices - Second: Connect the power and video connectors between the camera and the UTP-206 - Third: Connect the other UTP-206 video connector to the monitor or DVR the power connector connects to the power supply - Fourth: Connect the UTP-206 RJ45 port via a Cat 5 / 5e network cable - Fifth: Connect power supply - Packing List: - 1 x Transmitter - 1 x Receiver
Color: Silver - Quantity: 1 - Model: 101A - Input voltage: 12V - Working current: - Output current: 0.3A - Video input: 750ohm 1.0V - Video bandwidth: 10MHz - Power consumption: - Video signal format: NTSC / PAL / CCIR - Transmission distance: 450m - Certification: CE - High-frequency interference low frequency interference and electromagnetic interference pulse interference effective solution to image jitter / distortion / blur / color / grid text horizontal text interference etc function. - Packing list: - 1 x Receiver - 1 x Transmitter - 1 x DC cable (27.5) - 1 x BNC cable (23cm) - 1 x Chinese user manual
The global financial crisis of 2007, which affected almost all countries of the world, did not spare the Albanian financial system. Taking into consideration that our country's financial system is represented mainly by its banking system (about 85%) the analysis and the identification of problems of this system, caused by the global financial crisis, are obviously of a crucial importance. In this context, a very important indicator of the financial risks for banks is the credit risk which many researchers of the field consider to be related to the level of non-performing loans. In the banking system the non-performing loans appears in concerning levels and according to December 2013 estimate they amount to 23.86% of the total loans. This figure is a result of a gradual growth which has started since the last quarter of 2007 and still remains in the same high level. The high level of non-performing loans has forced banks to reduce the number of new loans causing a higher ratio between non-performing loans and the total loans. We must also say that this increased ratio is not only due to the reduction of loan portfolio but also caused by the rapid growth of non-performing loans.
The effects of digital technology on the security industry require constant vigilance by security distributors, sales staff, and installation professionals. Today and for the foreseeable future, all security professionals must have at least a basic understanding of digital technology. "Digital CCTV" addresses this new challenge. Topics convered include compression variables such as Lossless and Lossy, which are explained by reviewing Huffman and Run Length Encoding (RLE), and by relating these forms of compression to ZIP and Stuffit, which are commonly used in personal computers. A review of JPEG, motion JPEG, MPEG and wavelet compression schemes among others, with a comparison of the merits of each, is also provided. As Digital CCTV traces the stream of digital video flow from the computer industry through compression, transmission, display and storage, and explains how analog video signal is converted into a digital signal, the reader will learn and understand the mysteries of digital science.
It is a 2.5 LCD monitor PAL/NTSC are both available in this machine. It adopts LED as the back lamp low consumption low interference adopt the IC to realize power management and with the feature of stabling the current of back lamp. Parameter: Sign of system: PAL/NTSC Resolution: 480 x 234; View angle: (up / down / left / right): (10/30/40/40); Brightness: 200dc / Video input: 1.0Vp-p 75ohm; Power input: DC 5V; Rating power consumption: 1.2W; Battery: 3.7V 1000mAh (Nokia N73 is available); Working temperature: 0'C~60'C; Store temperature: -30'C~60'C; Environment relative humidity: 5~95% RH; Externality dimension: (L) 85 x (H) 64 x (P) 21mm
Using UTP cable to transmit video audio signal instead of co-axial - Longer transmission distance >600meter - Easy Installation using the standard UTP cable system - Support all video devices such as camera monitor DVR card recorder etc - Compatible with local Area Network system using pin 4 5 for video signal and Pin 7 8 for power transmission - Maximum Output: 1.1Vp-p - BNC Resistance: 75ohm - UTP Resistance: 100ohm - One pair set
Receive and transmit video signals over UTP wire - Sends video up to 1500 meters (Passive-Active) or 300 meters (Passive-Passive) via inexpensive cat.5 twisted pair cable - Provides noise interference restrain design and permitting stable images - Built-in transient protection design needless to use a ground connection - Compact size and easy installation - Comes in pair one for camera and the other for DVR
A wide variety of fungi is known to cause human ocular infections. Candida is widespread yeast not directly linked to environmental factors for ocular infections. Candida is the most common ocular fungal pathogen and can also causing diseases such as conjunctive, lacrimal drainage system and retina.Coding rRNA genes are particularly attractive targets because multiple copies are present in each genome and the genes have conserved regions for designing broad-range primers and have more variable regions for identifying fungi. Most studies have focused on regions within the 18S rRNA gene, the 5.8S rRNA gene and 28S rRNA gene for developing broad-range PCR primers targeting human fungal pathogens. Recently, several complete fungal genomes have been sequenced.The sequences were compared to reference data available at the Gene Bank databases by using BLAST (basic local alignment search tool) to determine sequence identification.