BNC is an abbreviation for Bayonet-Neil-Concelman. It is an industry standard for transmitting a video signal over a coaxial cable. It features a unique locking mechanism to ensure the cable is firmly secured to the DVR/monitor and will not come loose.
Advantages and Disadvantages of BNC
- Industry standard for CCTV cameras
- BNC cables are good for a distance of 300 ft. (depending on cable quality)
- BNC cables lock in place, ensuring a consistent image and no unwanted disconnection
- Requires a separate power source
- Only transmits video
- Does not support audio
BNC Extension Cable
Simply use the 60 ft BNC / Power Cable or the 120 ft BNC / Power Extension Cable.