• VideoSecu 100ft HD Pre-made All-in-One Video Security Camera Cable Power Extension Wire Cord with BNC RCA Connectors for 720P 960P 960H CCTV Surveillance DVR System A1E
  • VideoSecu 100ft HD Pre-made All-in-One Video Security Camera Cable Power Extension Wire Cord with BNC RCA Connectors for 720P 960P 960H CCTV Surveillance DVR System A1E
  • VideoSecu 100ft HD Pre-made All-in-One Video Security Camera Cable Power Extension Wire Cord with BNC RCA Connectors for 720P 960P 960H CCTV Surveillance DVR System A1E
VideoSecu 100ft HD Pre-made All-in-One Video Security Camera Cable Power Extension Wire Cord with BNC RCA Connectors for 720P 960P 960H CCTV Surveillance DVR System A1E
VideoSecu 100ft HD Pre-made All-in-One Video Security Camera Cable Power Extension Wire Cord with BNC RCA Connectors for 720P 960P 960H CCTV Surveillance DVR System A1E
VideoSecu 100ft HD Pre-made All-in-One Video Security Camera Cable Power Extension Wire Cord with BNC RCA Connectors for 720P 960P 960H CCTV Surveillance DVR System A1E

VideoSecu 100ft HD Pre-made All-in-One Video Security Camera Cable Power Extension Wire Cord with BNC RCA Connectors for 720P 960P 960H CCTV Surveillance DVR System A1E

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  • All-in-one video and power cable
  • Plug and Play ready. For camera with DC power only
  • 100 feet video/power cable
  • Video/Power cable has BNC connectors and includes 2 RCA/BNC adapters
  • BNC video & 2.1mm power connectors

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Works The data and power are all wrapped in the same cable and is a little on the thin side. I would be extra cautious with the cable itself and avoid kinking it, pulling on it and make sure it stays away from sharp edges. Seems like it could damage easily. Doesn't appear to be shielded much but no problems so far. Connected this to a CCTV camera on one end and DVR on the other. Works as advertised.I have also used the 50' and 150' and they all work just as well. If this is something you plan on using for short periods of time and rolling back up I highly recommend getting a cable roller as these can kink up badly when doing it by hand. 4Cheap price, Cheap Quality, But It Works You get what you pay for and that's the case with this cable. It's about half the diameter of the previous cable I'd ordered but paid twice as much for. The video signal seems OK, at least for what I need and without rerouting one of the other more expensive cables to compare it's impossible to know if it makes any difference. For now I would say the cable does what I need at a cheap price. Just be careful installing it as I doubt it would take ANY strain at all. In my case it just had to run through the attic over the insulation so that wasn't an issue. Hopefully I'm still happy in the future. 4Birds nest I'm sure this cable will work fine for my use, however I am writing this review to let you know how much of a pain in the a** it will be for you to unwind this cable. I needed this 100 foot cable to substitute for one of my 60 foot oem Swann cables that was too short for the location of one of my cameras. When unwinding my Swann cable it was wound in a way that it just flowed right off of the plastic core but this 100 foot cable was doubled up and then wound making it almost impossible to unwind without getting a "birds nest". 4Very Cheaply made Product I probably shouldn't have bought this but kind of rushed into my project. This is not your typical coax or power cable. The wire gauge for the video and power is a minuscule 28 gauge, and the outside diameter of the cable is about 1/8-inch, with both power and video in the same cable jacket. The conductors are like sewing tread. I don't recommend this product. Use RG59 or RG6 for the video and 18-gauge twisted pair or bell wire for power and you will be better off in the long run. 1Buyer Beware Ordered 3 of these, 1 of them didn't work (power issue). Tested them all on the DVR and TV with the 3 cameras i purchased. I verified that the power supply, the cameras, and the DVR were not at fault. It seemed that the vendor was doing their best to dismiss the possibility that one of their products were defective and needed to be replaced. One star for Warehouseseller''s hesitancy to replace a defective product (provided that i told them that it was specifically a power issue within the cable). Currently returning all 3 of them for a refund at my expense (out of my refund) to ship them back... 1All in One Video Cable The VideoSecu 100 Feet Pre-made All-in-One Video Cable is exactly as advertised. The connection points on the cable fit very nicely. The camera that I used this cable on has an excellent picture on my computer screen. The cables appear to be very heavy duty. This cable works just as good as the ones that come with my camera system. I would highly recommend this cable. 5Not so great after 4 years. I just had to replace these cables which ended up becoming very dry and brittle after 4 years The cameras had stopped working and I noticed the cables were hot to the touch. I purchased new cables, which were made in China, so I'm suspecting that the Chinese quality is very poor quality. These cables are not as thick as the cables which came with the system and I'm looking for sub-connectors (barrel connectors) so that I can use them instead of these cheaper cables. But you get what you pay for, the price is inexpensive and if you don't mind having to replace them ever 4-5 years then they will work for you. 3It's not the best quality cable. I had to return it due to loss of video quality. These cables appear to be of good construction and the connectors seemed to be of high quality, but they did not work well with my Amcrest camera system. Using just this cable (not connecting it to an additional cable) there was a noticeable drop in video resolution. The Amcrest video resolution is not the best to begin with, so using this cable made a big enough difference I had to return it and get a different brand. These cables might work well with a different system. If you try them make sure you test the video quality before doing a full install. I'm glad I did. 3Good Deal for the $ When I ordered this item, I needed to make an extension to my pre-existing wiring setup that I had gong for a 4 channel security system that I had mostly setup a few weeks prior. When I ordered this, I was expecting it to come with the adaptors that I needed to make it an extension cord although the ones I needed did not come in here. It was not the company's fault, it was my for making an assumption and taking the wrong action based off of the assumption. I should have know the terminology a little bit better and looked closer at the picture because it was exactly as described by seller. 3Flimsy I like to keep a few spare cables on hand for testing and, if the need arises, replacing a cable that stops working. I usually buy the Zmodo cables, but this one seemed like a really good price. I was surprised when it arrived and saw that both video and power were in the same, very thin, cable. I can see this stretching or eventually failing when used in anything other than a simple interior run.The Zmodo cables look more like very heavy extension cords, with the two cables run side by side. I'll keep this as a spare because it's not worth the hassle of returning. I just ordered a Zmodo 130' for about $20. 2
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Works The data and power are all wrapped in the same cable and is a little on the thin side. I would be extra cautious with the cable itself and avoid kinking it, pulling on it and make sure it stays away from sharp edges. Seems like it could damage easily. Doesn't appear to be shielded much but no problems so far. Connected this to a CCTV camera on one end and DVR on the other. Works as advertised.I have also used the 50' and 150' and they all work just as well. If this is something you plan on using for short periods of time and rolling back up I highly recommend getting a cable roller as these can kink up badly when doing it by hand. 4Cheap price, Cheap Quality, But It Works You get what you pay for and that's the case with this cable. It's about half the diameter of the previous cable I'd ordered but paid twice as much for. The video signal seems OK, at least for what I need and without rerouting one of the other more expensive cables to compare it's impossible to know if it makes any difference. For now I would say the cable does what I need at a cheap price. Just be careful installing it as I doubt it would take ANY strain at all. In my case it just had to run through the attic over the insulation so that wasn't an issue. Hopefully I'm still happy in the future. 4Birds nest I'm sure this cable will work fine for my use, however I am writing this review to let you know how much of a pain in the a** it will be for you to unwind this cable. I needed this 100 foot cable to substitute for one of my 60 foot oem Swann cables that was too short for the location of one of my cameras. When unwinding my Swann cable it was wound in a way that it just flowed right off of the plastic core but this 100 foot cable was doubled up and then wound making it almost impossible to unwind without getting a "birds nest". 4Very Cheaply made Product I probably shouldn't have bought this but kind of rushed into my project. This is not your typical coax or power cable. The wire gauge for the video and power is a minuscule 28 gauge, and the outside diameter of the cable is about 1/8-inch, with both power and video in the same cable jacket. The conductors are like sewing tread. I don't recommend this product. Use RG59 or RG6 for the video and 18-gauge twisted pair or bell wire for power and you will be better off in the long run. 1Buyer Beware Ordered 3 of these, 1 of them didn't work (power issue). Tested them all on the DVR and TV with the 3 cameras i purchased. I verified that the power supply, the cameras, and the DVR were not at fault. It seemed that the vendor was doing their best to dismiss the possibility that one of their products were defective and needed to be replaced. One star for Warehouseseller''s hesitancy to replace a defective product (provided that i told them that it was specifically a power issue within the cable). Currently returning all 3 of them for a refund at my expense (out of my refund) to ship them back... 1All in One Video Cable The VideoSecu 100 Feet Pre-made All-in-One Video Cable is exactly as advertised. The connection points on the cable fit very nicely. The camera that I used this cable on has an excellent picture on my computer screen. The cables appear to be very heavy duty. This cable works just as good as the ones that come with my camera system. I would highly recommend this cable. 5Not so great after 4 years. I just had to replace these cables which ended up becoming very dry and brittle after 4 years The cameras had stopped working and I noticed the cables were hot to the touch. I purchased new cables, which were made in China, so I'm suspecting that the Chinese quality is very poor quality. These cables are not as thick as the cables which came with the system and I'm looking for sub-connectors (barrel connectors) so that I can use them instead of these cheaper cables. But you get what you pay for, the price is inexpensive and if you don't mind having to replace them ever 4-5 years then they will work for you. 3It's not the best quality cable. I had to return it due to loss of video quality. These cables appear to be of good construction and the connectors seemed to be of high quality, but they did not work well with my Amcrest camera system. Using just this cable (not connecting it to an additional cable) there was a noticeable drop in video resolution. The Amcrest video resolution is not the best to begin with, so using this cable made a big enough difference I had to return it and get a different brand. These cables might work well with a different system. If you try them make sure you test the video quality before doing a full install. I'm glad I did. 3Good Deal for the $ When I ordered this item, I needed to make an extension to my pre-existing wiring setup that I had gong for a 4 channel security system that I had mostly setup a few weeks prior. When I ordered this, I was expecting it to come with the adaptors that I needed to make it an extension cord although the ones I needed did not come in here. It was not the company's fault, it was my for making an assumption and taking the wrong action based off of the assumption. I should have know the terminology a little bit better and looked closer at the picture because it was exactly as described by seller. 3Flimsy I like to keep a few spare cables on hand for testing and, if the need arises, replacing a cable that stops working. I usually buy the Zmodo cables, but this one seemed like a really good price. I was surprised when it arrived and saw that both video and power were in the same, very thin, cable. I can see this stretching or eventually failing when used in anything other than a simple interior run.The Zmodo cables look more like very heavy extension cords, with the two cables run side by side. I'll keep this as a spare because it's not worth the hassle of returning. I just ordered a Zmodo 130' for about $20. 2
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