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GE Infrastructure of Austin, Texas, has introduced the VTPR4100 Series of four-channel video receivers. Part of the IFS Copperline Series, the new products transmit over Cat 5 or UTP cable. The module is ideal for smaller CCTV installations and can be used to multiply video capacity of the IFS R3 rack to support up to 56 independent video channels. The new system allows the receivers to be used with any manufacturer's passive transmitter, extending distance without compromising performance. Designed for easy installation, the receiver has automatic gain control, which compensates for variations in video gain or frequency. It has LED indicators for video presence and power and is available in standalone and rack-mount versions. 936

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