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Old 12-04-2012, 02:47 PM   #1
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So I have some cameras that use RJ-11 cables for video and power, but my monitor that receives the video and provides the power has died. I have a four channel multiplexor with BNC inputs. I found some BNC to RJ-45 video balun connector with power adapters which i bought with out realizing I had RJ-11 cables. I thought i could just "re-plug" the end of the cable with a cat6 plug, but the two wiring diagrams don't match as nicely as I had hoped. I don't need audio or PTZ, just video and power.

The first attachment is the video cable, and the second is the connecter to the BNC jack.

Does anyone have any suggestions for matching the wires correctly?
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Thanks for the suggestion, but I was hoping for an idea to work with what I have as opposed to getting New parts. Especially since there aren't a lot of other options out there. The wires seem to more or less be the same, just in a different order and quanity. That's the part I could use some advice on.
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