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Topic # 28954 17-Dec-2008 09:01
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Anyone help on where can purchase a AV to RF convertor?

Tried searching on Jaycar – their search is hopeless!!

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  Reply # 184708 17-Dec-2008 09:11
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What you are after is an RF modulator not an RF converter.

If you enter that in the search there are a few different units available. LM3878 is the only unit worth buying if you're wanting to send video around the house and mix it in with an existing RF signal.



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  Reply # 184731 17-Dec-2008 10:49
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Thanks for that! Have used an old VCR for about 10 years – works fine but anytime the power flicks off have to reset it. For a front door cam piped round the house TV’s - http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~jim.ryan/weather/





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  Reply # 184748 17-Dec-2008 12:32
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DSE used to sell one, but it was just a crappy one like in a VCR - you can get that from oatley electronics if you have an easy source of 5 volts and dont mind soldering http://secure.oatleyelectronics.com//product_info.php?products_id=55&osCsid=3a84b1225fa5591683e6eef5409484dd

Just be aware they only tune between about ch 27 and 38 which is completly full in auckland and some other areas.




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