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I work at a footy club and the coaches would like the vision from the CCTV camera set up behind the goals (currently hardwired into the closest room) to be streamed into the coaches box which is currently not connected to anything.

Attached is the current set up in the coaches box. The network cable that is running out of the top of the box is connected to a Nanostation Loco M5 and the Digital Wireless CCTV AV Sender Receiver is a D2450B.

Is anyone able to explain to me how this all works and the possibility of getting the vision to be fed into the coaches box?

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The Nano Bridge devices (TP-LOCOM5) is to create a link from the IP camera and your network. It does not carry an analog video signal as your box requires. 

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Wouldn’t that be the cable coming out of the ANT slot on the digital wireless receiver that runs up to the Nanostation? If not, what would that be there for?

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The D2450B is a Video Sender, This devices send a Video Signal sent to the reciveivng unit. The TP-LOCO creates a wireless LAN that an IP or Network camera can use to send the Data back to the NVR /TriDVR or Hybrid Recorders. 

Do you have an IP camera or analog camera? 

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The camera behind the goals is hardwired into the ticket box, using a CCTV video balun. My current setup involves plugging the video output cable into a screen to view it, and plugging a network cable into a laptop so I can stream and record the vision. No sign of an antenna in there though. 

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The Video Balun is transmitting analog Video through the Network Cable. The Nano will not output the video signal as it is a Network Device not a AV Sender/Receiver. 

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I know these questions seem a bit rookie, but what exactly would I do with that transmitter? Would I plug the video output cable from the Balun into this so it would transmit to another receiver in the coaches box?

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No question is a A Rookie question 😉

At the location where you want to display the video feeds you will have a receiver at the main box you will splice this Transmitter that will send the Video the the receiver and the Monitor will Display the camera feeds. Keep in mind that the Monitor must have an RCA Video Input if not and it has a VGA input you can use the following device. 

BNC to VGA
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With the Connector RCA to BNC

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Would I be right in saying that I can plug the current video output from the Balun into the wireless transmitter in the ticket box and have my receiver located in the coaches box where I can run the video input cable into the monitor (obviously depending on connection type)?

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