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HA-W600RF JVC 900MHZ Wireless Headphones, Black
Product #: 78564

Wireless communication is the transfer of information between two or more points that are not connected by an electrical conductor. Headphones (or head-phones in the early days of telephony and radio) are a pair of small listening devices that are designed to be worn on or around the head over a user's ears. They are electroacoustic transducers, which convert an electrical signal to a correspondingsound in the user's ear. Headphones are designed to allow a single user to listen to an audio source privately, in contrast to aloudspeaker, which emits sound into the open air, allowing anyone nearby to listen . Headphones are made in a range of different audio reproduction quality capabilities. Headsets designed for telephone use typically cannot reproduce sound with the high fidelity of expensive units designed for music listening by audiophiles. Headphones that use cables typically have either a 1/4 inch (6.35mm) or 1/8 inch (3.5mm) phone jack for plugging the headphones into the audio source. As of 2015, most headphones are amplified by a headphone amplifier, either an integrated amplifier (e.g., in an iPod) or a standalone unit.Paging/Call Function - for paging/calling headphone user from base station (transmitter).PLL-stabilized transmission technology.Extended reception range of 164 feet.Auto tuning and On stand charging.Kindly refer the manual in the below product description for trouble shooting issues with this product. Voice call / Page function on base unit.Auto Power ON /Off function
$106.73 $182.97

TM-A13UCV (B-Stock) 13" Color CRT Monitor
Product #: 42139

A computer monitor or a computer display is an electronic visual display for computers. A monitor usually comprises the display device, circuitry, casing, and power supply. The display device in modern monitors is typically a thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) or a flat panel LED display, while older monitors used a cathode ray tubes(CRT). It can be connected to the computer via VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, Thunderbolt, LVDS (Low-voltage differential signaling) or other proprietary connectors and signals.Originally, computer monitors were used for data processing while television receivers were used for entertainment. From the 1980s onwards, computers (and their monitors) have been used for both data processing and entertainment, while televisions have implemented some computer functionality. The common aspect ratio of televisions, and computer monitors, has changed from 4:3 to 16:10, to 16:9. Early electronic computers were fitted with a panel of light bulbs where the state of each particular bulb would indicate the on/off state of a particular register bit inside the computer.Part of JVC's Display Series, the TM-A13UCV delivers sensational NTSC or PAL color at a low price. The TM-A13UCV is a 13" viewable monitor with a 0.64mm pitch. The display is perfect for industrial, educational, surveillance and POP (Point of Purchase) applications.Features of this products are 320 TVL of Horizontal Resolution.One Y/C input.Two Composite Analog Inputs.Built-in with a bridged output. This products related with JVC company. This is a very good company.
$112.50 $187.50

TK-C215V4U (B-Stock) 1/4" Color Dome Camera
Product #: 41738

JVC, is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder.JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience. JVC's new high-performance dome camera is capable of inconspicuously carrying out surveillance at airports, stores, factories and building exits/entrances. Equipped with JVC's latest camera technology, this all-in-one solution produces outstanding images with 540 TV lines of horizontal resolution, as well as employs a new easy-to-install mechanism for plug and play setup. As a full-spec camera, the TK-C215 series dome camera comes with a complete array of high-performance features.This products have a various features. Like as ¼ IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels 540 TV lines of horizontal resolution.Super LoLux™ sensitivity: 1.0 lx (color), 0.6 lx (B&W). Easy day/night function.Alarm zoom function (TK-C215V12U).Triple axis rotation system for wide lens adjustment: horizontal: 350°. vertical: ±80°. rotation: ±175°. Easy focus adjustment. Monitor video output (RCA). Automatic gain control on/off (max.26 dB). Auto tracking white balance (ATW) and manual modes 2,300K to 10,000K.Backlight compensation on/off. Sync systems INT/Line lock. AC 24V/DC 12V power supply.








$118.50 $197.50

POLEVN-C6 POLE MOUNT BRACKET
Product #: 67002

JVC is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder. JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience. Having made Japan’s first domestically manufactured phonograph “victorola” in 1930, JVC continued on by producing Japan’s first EP record as well as Japan’s first stereo record player, pursuing the realistic reproduction of sound sources and sound fields, through both hardware and software. Breakthroughs included the development of the 45/45 stereo record system and innovations in two-head videotape recorders and four-channel audio systems.The JVC POLEVN-C6 is a pole mount bracket for use with a HPMVNC-6 dome housing containing a JVC VN-C655U or VN-C625U network camera. It allows the camera to be mounted on any pole between 3-15" (76-381mm) in diameter. It can also be used to attach a WMVNC-6 wall mount to a pole.This products have a various features. Like as Durable powder coat finish.All aluminum construction.Threaded bolt inserts to make installation easier and quicker.60 lb load rating.Mounts to poles 3”or larger in diameter.
$120.49 $206.55

VN-C205UP 1/4" Color Fixed IP Network Dome...
Product #: 42369

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience.Having made Japan’s first domestically manufactured phonograph victorola. The JVC VNC205UP is high performance network camera loaded with the sort of features that commercial applications will come to appreciate both for their convenience and security enhancing factors. These include dual Ethernet and analog connectors for true hybrid operation, a CF card slot for local recording options and a motion detection function for heightened security.Features of this products are Model VN-C205UP Includes POE Adapter.540 TV Lines of Horizontal Resolution (Video Output Only).Up to 30 fps Motion-JPEG in VGA Mode (640 x 480).Super LoLux Sensitivity and Easy Day/Night Function.Built-in 2.6 mm to 6.0 mm Vari-focal Auto Iris Lens.Internet Connectivity: Web Server, FTP Server/Client or JVC Client Software.Built-in Motion Detection.Compact Flash (CF) Memory Card Slot for Local Alarm Recording.Automatic Gain Control (On/Off) and Backlight Compensation (On/Off).Auto Tracking White Balance and Manual Modes 2,300K to 10,000K.This products related with JVC company. THis is a very good company.


$127.50 $212.50

PKEM2P JVC RF Emitter for D-ILA 3D Projectors
Product #: 78574

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience.Having made Japan’s first domestically manufactured phonograph “victorola” in 1930, JVC continued on by producing Japan’s first EP record as well as Japan’s first stereo record player, pursuing the realistic reproduction of sound sources and sound fields, through both hardware and software. Breakthroughs included the development of the 45/45 stereo record system and innovations in two-head videotape recorders and four-channel audio systems.Plug this JVC PKEM2G RF emitter into your JVC 3D projector to experience stunning 3D visuals through your JVC PK-AG3G 3D RF active-shutter glasses. The 30' wireless range extends connection in every direction for flexible connectivity.This products have a various features. Like as 3D RF Emitter for all JVC 3D projectors.Easy install. Plugs directly into the back of the projector.30 foot range in any direction from the emitter.Compatible with PK-AG3G 3D RF active shutter glasses.Note: Cannot be used with PK-AG1 or PK-AG2.PK-AG1 & PK-AG2 are 3D IR active shutter glasses and require PK-EM1 3D IR Emitter.
$129.48 $221.97

JVC PMTK-C205 Pendant Mount for...
Product #: 67759

JVC is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder. This products related with JVC ompany. This is a very good company Electrified replacement lamp with housing for e-bhl-5006-s for jvc projectors Jvc dla-hd2, dla-hd2ke, dla-hd2keld, dla-hd2k-sys, dla-hx1, dla-hx2, dla-hx21, dla-sx21, dla-sx21s, dla-sx21sh replacement lamp with housing and 150 days warranty Jvc dla-hx2 replacement projector lamp bhl-5006-s Electrified bhl-5006-s replacement lamp with housing for jvc projectors Ctlamp projector lamp module bhl-5006-s for jvc dla-hx2 / dla-hx21 / dla-sx21 projector Electrified bhl-5006-s brand new factory original bulb installed inside of compatible housing for jvc dla-hx2 projectors Jvc dla-hx2 projection assembly with high quality original bulb inside Amof bhl-5006-s replacement lamp with housing for jvc projectors Dla-hx2 projector replacement lamp with housing for jvc projectors Electrified replacement lamp with housing for dla-hx2 dlahx2 for jvc projectors - 150 day electrified warranty Electrified replacement lamp with housing for dla-hd2keld dlahd2keld for jvc projectors - 150 day electrified warranty Jvc - pro cam bhl5006-s replacement uhp lamp for dla-sx21uh/hx1u/hx2u/hd2ku proj Jvc bhl5006-s 1080p replacement uhp lamp for dla-sx21uh/hx1u/hx2u/hd2ku projector Jvc dla-hx1 projection assembly with high quality original bulb inside. Electrified replacement lamp with housing for dla-hd2 dlahd2 for jvc projectors - 150 day electrified warranty Jvc dla-hx1 replacement projector lamp bhl-5006-s.

$137.24 $235.26

JX-S111S JVC Silver 5 x 2 A/V Selector with...
Product #: 78566

Separate Video, commonly termed S-Video, Super-Video and Y/C, is a signaling standard for standard definition video, typically 480i or 576i. By separating the black-and-white and coloring signals, it achieves better image quality than composite video, but has lower color resolution than component video. In composite video, the signals co-exist on different frequencies. To achieve this, the luminance signal must be low-pass filtered, dulling the image. As S-Video maintains the two as separate signals, such detrimental low-pass filtering for luminance is unnecessary, although the chrominance signal still has limited bandwidth relative to component video.Compared with component video, which carries the identical luminance signal but separates the color-difference signals into Cb/Pb and Cr/Pr, the color resolution of S-Video is limited by the modulation on a subcarrier frequency of 3.57 to 4.43Megahertz, depending on the standard. It is worth noting that this difference is meaningless on consumer videotape systems, as the chrominance is already severely constrained by both VHS and Betamax.Carrying the color information as one signal means that the color has to be encoded in some way, typically in accord withNTSC, PAL, or SECAM, depending on the applicable local standard.Also, S-Video suffers from low color resolution. NTSC S-Video color resolution is typically 120 lines horizontal (approximately 160 pixels edge-to-edge),versus 250 lines horizontal for the Rec. 601-encoded signal of a DVD, or 30 lines horizontal for standard VCRs.This products related with JVC company. This is a very good company.
$148.73 $254.97

1/3" Color Camera
Product #: 41739

JVC is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder. JVC introduced the first discrete system for four channel quadraphonic sound on vinyl records - CD-4 (Compatible Discrete Four Channel) or Quadradisc, as it was called by the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) in the United StatesRecord images directly to your computer. This digital microscope camera offers flexibility, with a range of configurations for image capture, a choice of mount option (C or CS) and file output alternatives. During the 1980s JVC briefly marketed its own portable audio equipment similar to the Sony Walkman on the market at the time. The JVC CQ-F2K was released in 1982 and had a detachable radio that mounted to the headphones for a compact, wire-free listening experience. JVC had difficulty making the products successful, and a few years later stopped making them. In Japan, JVC marketed the products under the name "Victor Since the camera connects via the USB port, installing the image capture software is simple. It can be used on WPI’s stereo microscopes PZMTIV, PZMTIII, compound microscopes W30ST and GPL-T and also the PSMT5 Surgical Microscope. The one third-inch CCD with 1024 x 768 resolution and 30 frames per second includes IC Imaging Control 3.0 software.This products have a various features. Like as PIII/800 MHz, 128 MB.Graphics card with 24 or 32 bit. Windows XP, Vista (32 & 64 bit) or Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit).DirectX 9.0c or higher.
$160.00

LW20145002AH JVC SMOKED REPLCMENT BUBBLE F/...
Product #: 48464

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience. Kenjiro Takayanagi, the “father of TV” who in 1926 became the first in the world to successfully project an image onto a cathode ray tube, joined JVC after World War II. He was involved in the commercialization of color TVs and the development of the two-head helical scan system, which later became the foundation for videocassette recorders. Having made Japan’s first domestically manufactured phonograph “victorola” in 1930, JVC continued on by producing Japan’s first EP record as well as Japan’s first stereo record player, pursuing the realistic reproduction of sound sources and sound fields, through both hardware and software. Breakthroughs included the development of the 45/45 stereo record system and innovations in two-head videotape recorders and four-channel audio systems.
$169.75 $291.00

KA232U JVC CARRING HANDLE
Product #: 46172

This products related with JVC company. This is a very good company.A handle is a part of, or attachment to, an object that can be moved or used by hand. The design of each type of handle involves substantial ergonomic issues, even where these are dealt with intuitively or by following tradition. Handles for tools are an important part of their function, enabling the user to exploit the tools to maximum effect. One major category of handles are pull handles, where one or more hands grip the handle or handles, and exert force to shorten the distance between the hands and their corresponding shoulders. The three criteria stated above are universal for pull handles.Many pull handles are for lifting, mostly on objects to be carried. Another category of hand-operated device requires grasping (but not pulling) and rotating the hand and either the lower arm or the whole arm, about their axis. When the grip required is a fist grip, as with a door handle that has an arm rather than a knob to twist, the term "handle" unambiguously applies. Another clear case is a rarer device seen on mechanically complicated doors like those of airliners, where (instead of the whole hand moving down as it also rotates, on the door handles just described) the axis of rotation is between the thumb and the outermost fingers, so the thumb moves up if the outer fingers move down.
$170.57 $292.41

BY110US JVC PARTS KIT
Product #: 46167

JVC is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder.JVC demonstrated a prototype of its video high density (VHD) disc system. This system was capacitance-based, like capacitance electronic disc (CED), but the discs were grooveless with the stylus being guided by servo signals in the disc surface. The VHD discs were initially handled by the operator and played on a machine that looked like an audio LP turntable, but JVC used caddy-housed discs when the system was marketed. Development suffered numerous delays, and the product was launched in 1983 in Japan, followed by the United Kingdom in 1984, to a limited industrial market. By this time both Philips and Sony already had compact discs on the market, and the VHD format never caught On. Parts Kit architecture involves organizing the individual parts and raw material in a building into assemblies of standard easy-to-manufacture components, sized for convenient handling or according to shipping constraints. The construction of the building is carried out on the assembly level as opposed to the raw material level. The architect defines a parts library describing every major assembly in the building. The assemblies are conceived in a systematic way, based on certain rules such as increment, size, or by shape grammar. Standard, simple connections between the assemblies are carefully defined, so the number of possible shapes and appearance the parts can take is limitless.

$196.82 $337.41

WMTK-C205 WALL MNT F/CAMERA
Product #: 48438

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience. Kenjiro Takayanagi, the “father of TV” who in 1926 became the first in the world to successfully project an image onto a cathode ray tube, joined JVC after World War II. He was involved in the commercialization of color TVs and the development of the two-head helical scan system, which later became the foundation for videocassette recorders. Having made Japan’s first domestically manufactured phonograph “victorola” in 1930, JVC continued on by producing Japan’s first EP record as well as Japan’s first stereo record player, pursuing the realistic reproduction of sound sources and sound fields, through both hardware and software. Breakthroughs included the development of the 45/45 stereo record system and innovations in two-head videotape recorders and four-channel audio systems. The world’s first VHS format video recorder, which was developed by JVC and introduced in 1976, eventually became the de facto world standard for video, and spawned an entirely new cultural phenomenon based on visual communication. JVC innovations in video continued, with the introduction in 1984 of the world’s first single unit video camera/recorder and in 1995 with the introduction of the world’s first pocket-sized digital video camcorder.

$204.37 $350.34

WMTK-C205W Wall Mount for...
Product #: 67856

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience.Having made Japan’s first domestically manufactured phonograph “victorola” in 1930, JVC continued on by producing Japan’s first EP record as well as Japan’s first stereo record player, pursuing the realistic reproduction of sound sources and sound fields, through both hardware and software. Breakthroughs included the development of the 45/45 stereo record system and innovations in two-head videotape recorders and four-channel audio systems..The world’s first VHS format video recorder, which was developed by JVC and introduced in 1976, eventually became the de facto world standard for video, and spawned an entirely new cultural phenomenon based on visual communication. JVC innovations in video continued, with the introduction in 1984 of the world’s first single unit video camera/recorder and in 1995 with the introduction of the world’s first pocket-sized digital video camcorder.The JVC WMTK-C205W Wall Mount is designed to mount the TK-C2201WVP/ VNV225U / VP/ VNX235U / VP analogue or IP cameras to a wall..For use with the TK-C2201WVP/ VNV225U/ VP/ VNX235U/ VP analogue or IP security cameras.Mounts cameras to a wall for the optimal viewing angle.

$204.37 $350.34

WMVN-C6 WALL MOUNT BRACKET
Product #: 67003

This products related with JVC company. This is a very good company. JVC is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder.JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience. Having made Japan’s first domestically manufactured phonograph “victorola” in 1930, JVC continued on by producing Japan’s first EP record as well as Japan’s first stereo record player, pursuing the realistic reproduction of sound sources and sound fields, through both hardware and software. Breakthroughs included the development of the 45/45 stereo record system and innovations in two-head videotape recorders and four-channel audio systems. The world’s first VHS format video recorder, which was developed by JVC and introduced in 1976, eventually became the de facto world standard for video, and spawned an entirely new cultural phenomenon based on visual communication. JVC innovations in video continued, with the introduction in 1984 of the world’s first single unit video camera/recorder and in 1995 with the introduction of the world’s first pocket-sized digital video camcorder.

$213.20 $365.49

TK-C9200UA COLOR CAMERA 600TVL SUPERLOLUX...
Product #: 53789

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience.Having made Japan’s first domestically manufactured phonograph “victorola” in 1930, JVC continued on by producing Japan’s first EP record as well as Japan’s first stereo record player, pursuing the realistic reproduction of sound sources and sound fields, through both hardware and software. Breakthroughs included the development of the 45/45 stereo record system and innovations in two-head videotape recorders and four-channel audio systems.The TK-C9200UA is a basic analog CCTV camera designed for a wide range of surveillance applications. Built with legendary JVC reliability, its 1/3-inch CCD, newly designed DSP with 3D noise reduction deliver 600 TV lines of resolution with unmatched clarity. A simple day/night function delivers high quality images in lighting conditions as low as 0.05 lux (0.03 lux in B/W mode.) Upgraded in July 2010, the TK-C9200UA offers significant performance enhancements in brightness, crispness and stability under varying conditions. Features of this products are 600 TV line resolution.1/3-inch IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels (768 x 494).Super LoLux™ (0.05lx, F1.2).Electronic sensitivity up 128 times.Consumes half the power of earlier model (TK-C920U).Easy Day/Night Function.Privacy Mask.3D Digital Noise Reduction.Advanced camera settings by DIP switch.800m long cable distance.CS lens mount.Power supply 24VAC/12VDC.3-year warranty.

$223.00 $240.00

PKAG3P JVC Active Shutter 3D Glasses (RF...
Product #: 78573

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience. Having made Japan’s first domestically manufactured phonograph “victorola” in 1930, JVC continued on by producing Japan’s first EP record as well as Japan’s first stereo record player, pursuing the realistic reproduction of sound sources and sound fields, through both hardware and software. Breakthroughs included the development of the 45/45 stereo record system and innovations in two-head videotape recorders and four-channel audio systems.New rechargeable 3D glasses offer up to 100 hours of comfortable 3D viewing on a single charge. Using Radio Frequencies (RF), these glasses work within a wider coverage area with no synchronization issues when moving or turning away from the emitter. These new glasses also have a 2D mode for audience members who would rather not view 3D.Features of this products are Rechargeable Active Shutter Glasses for all 3D D-ILA models.RF Synchronization with projector (requires emitter module PKEM2P).Adjustable design permits wearing over prescription eyeglasses.100 hour battery life.2.5 hour full recharge time.Partial(5 min) charge will give 13 hour use.Charge from any USB device with provided cable (charger not provided).Includes protective pouch.Not compatible with other manufacturers' 3D systems .
$234.48 $401.97

600T 2.8-10.5MM OUT DOM 12/ 24
Product #: 84184

JVC, is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder.During the 1980s JVC briefly marketed its own portable audio equipment similar to the Sony Walkman on the market at the time. The JVC CQ-F2K was released in 1982 and had a detachable radio that mounted to the headphones for a compact, wire-free listening experience. JVC had difficulty making the products successful, and a few years later stopped making them. In Japan, JVC marketed the products under the name "Victor. JVC demonstrated a prototype of its video high density (VHD) disc system. This system was capacitance-based, like capacitance electronic disc (CED), but the discs were grooveless with the stylus being guided by servo signals in the disc surface. The VHD discs were initially handled by the operator and played on a machine that looked like an audio LP turntable, but JVC used caddy-housed discs when the system was marketed. Development suffered numerous delays, and the product was launched in 1983 in Japan, followed by the United Kingdom in 1984, to a limited industrial market. By this time both Philips and Sony already had compact discs on the market, and the VHD format never caught on.This products related with JVC ompany. This is a very good company. This products have a various features. Like as .Image Sensor Type CCD. Color Supported.Monochrome.Focal Length 2.80 mm to 10.50 mm. Optical Zoom 3.8x. Connectivity Technology Cable . Analog Video Out Yes.Height of this products are 4.9".Diameter 6.3".Weight (Approximate) 2.90 lb.Limited Warranty 3 Year.
$239.99 $379.98

KA-ZH215U Heater, TK-C215 dome series
Product #: 63530

JVC is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder.During the 1980s JVC briefly marketed its own portable audio equipment similar to the Sony Walkman on the market at the time. The JVC CQ-F2K was released in 1982 and had a detachable radio that mounted to the headphones for a compact, wire-free listening experience. JVC had difficulty making the products successful, and a few years later stopped making them. In Japan, JVC marketed the products under the name "Victor. This products related with JVC ompany. This is a very good company.The following page contains the best selling vandal-proof dome security cameras from CCTV Camera Pros. Vandal domes are also weatherproof so that they can be used for indoor our outdoor video surveillance. Vandal-proof dome cameras generally have a solid metal base and vandal resistant poly-carbonate plastic cover. These cameras are typically used in areas that may be prone to vandalism or tampering. This products related with JVC company. This is a very good company. Heater or heat lamp is a body with a higher temperature which transfers energy to a body with a lower temperature through electromagnetic radiation. Depending on the temperature of the emitting body, the wavelength of the peak of the infrared radiation ranges from780 nm to 1 mm. No contact or medium between the two bodies is needed for the energy transfer. Infrared heaters can be operated in vacuum or atmosphere.One classification of infrared heaters is by the wavelength bands of infrared emission.
$240.89 $412.95

TK-C920BU 1/3" Color CCD Camera - Hi-Resolution
Product #: 41735

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience.These sophisticated color surveillance cameras incorporate advanced features for enhanced identification capabilities even at night in low light conditions. Reduce your risk today – with surveillance that never sleeps. From JVC. The TK-C920BU automatically uses color mode when the subject is bright, and B&W mode when it is dark. In B&W mode, AGC is always active to achieve high performance even in low light situations. Focus Adjustment Function When the focus adjustment function is turned ON, focusing is conducted with the lens iris fully open for about 30 seconds before returning to its original position. This results in a shallow depth of field (high-speed shutter) and simplifies focus adjustment. JVC’s innovative Digital Signal Processor automatically adjusts camera parameters to ensure that sharp and natural pictures of 550 TV lines horizontal resolution combine with high-quality performance. JVC’s TK-C920BU comes with a 1/3" Interline Transfer CCD for accurate color reproduction and signal-to-noise ratio of 50 dB. As the ambient light level falls the AGC seamlessly increases the camera’s sensitivity. With Super LoLuxTM turned on the AGC will further increase the camera’s sensitivity to 0.35 lx at F1.2.

$247.50 $412.50

JCA2 Corner Mount Bracket for VN-V686WPU
Product #: 44442

JVC is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder.During the 1980s JVC briefly marketed its own portable audio equipment similar to the Sony Walkman on the market at the time. The JVC CQ-F2K was released in 1982 and had a detachable radio that mounted to the headphones for a compact, wire-free listening experience. JVC had difficulty making the products successful, and a few years later stopped making them. In Japan, JVC marketed the products under the name "Victor. This products related with JVC ompany. This is a very good company.The following page contains the best selling vandal-proof dome security cameras from CCTV Camera Pros. Vandal domes are also weatherproof so that they can be used for indoor our outdoor video surveillance. Vandal-proof dome cameras generally have a solid metal base and vandal resistant poly-carbonate plastic cover. These cameras are typically used in areas that may be prone to vandalism or tampering. Once these cameras are properly installed, they are very difficult to be tampered with because they are completely enclosed and typically require a special tool that is included to open the dome cover.Features of this products are ndoor/Outdoor weatherproof (IP68 weatherproof Rated).24 IR LEDs Rated at 90 Feet Effective Range.High Resolution - 700 TVL Color / 700 TVL Black and White.2.8mm -12mm Varifocal Auto Iris Lens.White metal base w/ vandal proof high impact plastic dome.Tri-axis mount for ceiling or wall installations.Infrared for low light and zero light applications..00004 LUX without IRs / 0 LUX with IRs on.Dual voltage AC/DC.WDR / Wide Dynamic Range

$250.27 $429.03

DNU_TKC750U DO NOT USE SEE JVS TKC750U
Product #: 50182

Save these instructions for later use. All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. Unplug this appliance system from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.Use a damp cloth for cleaning.Do not use attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer as they may cause hazards.Do not use this appliance near water - for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc. Do not place this appliance on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The appliance may fall,causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance may fall,causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance.Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the appliance.Wall or shelf mounting should follow the manufacturer's instructions, and should use a mountingkit approved by the manufacturer.An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force,and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation, and to insure reliable operation of the appliance and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the appliance on a bed, sofa,rug, or other similar surface. This appliance should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. Thisappliance should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase unless proper ventilation is provided.
$265.70 $455.49

TK-C9300UA 600TVL TRUE DAY/NIGHT CCTV CAMERA
Product #: 53791

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience.The TK-C9300U is a high quality analog CCTV camera with advanced performance features for demanding surveillance applications. Three-dimensional noise reduction reduces unwanted picture noise in the time axis direction, providing a high level of clarity even in low illumination scenes. The TK-C9300UA is a high quality analog CCTV camera with advanced performance features for demanding surveillance applications. Three-dimensional noise reduction reduces unwanted picture noise in the time axis direction, providing a high level of clarity even in low illumination scenes. A true day/night function with IR Cut-off filter delivers images in light levels as low as 0.003 lux (B/W, 25%,F1.2, AGC HIGH). The camera features a dual shutter Wide Dynamic Range function that provides detail and clarity in objects, even when bright objects (i.e. the sun) are present in the image. Legendary JVC reliability backed with a 3 year warranty makes the TK-C9300UA an outstanding step-up surveillance camera.Features of this products are 600 TV line resolution.Features of this products are 6000 TV line resolution.1/3-inch IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels (768 x 494).Wide Dynamic Range function (ExDR by dual shutter) Enhanced feature.Electronic sensitivity up 128 times.Super LoLux™ (0.05lx, F1.2, Color)(.003 lx, 25% F1.2,BW).Consumes 40% of the power of previous model (TK-C920U).True Day/Night Function with IR cut-off filter Enhanced feature.Privacy Mask.Motion Detection Enhanced feature.3D Digital Noise Reduction.Advanced camera settings by DIP switch.800m long cable distance.Power supply 24VAC/12VDC.3-year warranty.

$273.00 $299.00

BHP20U JVC BATTERY HOLDER
Product #: 46165

JVC, is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder. JVC introduced the first combined portable battery-operated radio with inbuilt TV, as the model 3050. The TV was a 3-inch (7.6 cm) black-and-white cathode ray tube. One year later, JVC expanded the model to add a cassette-recorder, as the 3060, creating the world's first boombox with radio, cassette and TV. A battery holder is one or more compartments or chambers for holding a battery. For dry cells, the holder must also make electrical contact with the battery terminals. For wet cells, cables are often connected to the battery terminals, as is found in automobiles or emergency lighting equipment.A battery holder is either a plastic case with the shape of the housing molded as a compartment or compartments that accepts a battery or batteries, or a separate plastic holder that is mounted with screws, eyelets, glue, double-sided tape, or other means. Battery holders may have a lid to retain and protect the batteries, or may be sealed to prevent damage to circuitry and components from battery leakage. Coiled spring wire or flat tabs that press against the battery terminals are the two most common methods of making the electrical connection inside a holder. External connections on battery holders are usually made by contacts with pins, surface mount feet, solder lugs, or wire leads.
$278.81 $477.96

TK-C215V12U 1/4" Color Fixed Dome Camera...
Product #: 41891

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience. JVC's new high-performance dome camera is capable of inconspicuously carrying out surveillance at airports, stores, factories and building exits/entrances. Equipped with JVC's latest camera technology, this all-in-one solution produces outstanding images with 540 TV lines of horizontal resolution, as well as employs a new easy-to-install mechanism for plug and play setup. As a full-spec camera, the TK-C215 series dome camera comes with a complete array of high-performance features.This products have a various features. Like as ¼ IT CCD with 380,000 effective pixels 540 TV lines of horizontal resolution.Super LoLux™ sensitivity: 1.0 lx (color), 0.6 lx (B&W). Easy day/night function.Alarm zoom function (TK-C215V12U).Triple axis rotation system for wide lens adjustment: horizontal: 350°. vertical: ±80°. rotation: ±175°. Easy focus adjustment. Monitor video output (RCA). Automatic gain control on/off (max.26 dB). Auto tracking white balance (ATW) and manual modes 2,300K to 10,000K.Backlight compensation on/off. Sync systems INT/Line lock. AC 24V/DC 12V power supply.
$283.50 $472.50

TM-21A2U - 21-in FLAT CRT MONITOR
Product #: 65081

A computer monitor or a computer display is an electronic visual display for computers. A monitor usually comprises the display device, circuitry, casing, and power supply. The display device in modern monitors is typically a thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) or a flat panel LED display, while older monitors used a cathode ray tubes(CRT). It can be connected to the computer via VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, Thunderbolt, LVDS (Low-voltage differential signaling) or other proprietary connectors and signals.Originally, computer monitors were used for data processing while television receivers were used for entertainment. From the 1980s onwards, computers (and their monitors) have been used for both data processing and entertainment, while televisions have implemented some computer functionality. The common aspect ratio of televisions, and computer monitors, has changed from 4:3 to 16:10, to 16:9. Early electronic computers were fitted with a panel of light bulbs where the state of each particular bulb would indicate the on/off state of a particular register bit inside the computer. This allowed the engineers operating the computer to monitor the internal state of the machine, so this panel of lights came to be known as the 'monitor'. As early monitors were only capable of displaying a very limited amount of information, and were very transient, they were rarely considered for programme output. Instead, a line printer was the primary output device, while the monitor was limited to keeping track of the programme's operation..

$310.00 $700.00

JVC VN-T16U Day/Night Dual Stream Indoor HD...
Product #: 84445

The JVC Day / Night Dual Stream Indoor HD Box Camera is equipped with the Super LoLux sensitivity (color in virtual zero lux - 0.05 lx) that assures precise color reproduction in low light situations, making it possible to identify image colors in darker places. This camera features an IR LED light that is tuned for optimal results in observing scenes at a distance of up to 16.4' (5m), such as entranceways. This dispersion type light of this camera illuminates a wide area and exposes subjects that are at close range including people, without white-out reflection.The 1/3" CCD Color Day / Night Video Camera incorporates the ExDR (Extended Dynamic Range) Plus function which clearly displays people and characters in the foreground even when they're up against an extremely brightly lit background. And to make the dark parts of the image more clearly visible, this camera combines the dual shutter with the AGC function to achieve optimal image quality throughout the entire picture.For assisting focusing to the finest point, the variable-focal lens of the 1/3" CCD Color Day / Night Video Camera incorporates a focus gear mechanism.Features of this products are 3D noise reduction system to reduce noise in dark environments.Area white balance function can apply auto white balance to a specific area.Adjustment for dark areas to provide images without black out.Mechanism for finer and more accurate focus adjustment.Automatic gain control.4 area patterns for backlight compensation.Up to 128x slow shutter.Manual and auto tracking white balance.1.2x / 2.0x digital zoom.Privacy mask for protecting intrusive monitoring.Display mode selection for CRT and LCD.CCD white spot compensation.
$314.39 $497.78

CSAW6040 JVC 10" CAR STEREO SPEAKERS
Product #: 46170

JVC, is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder.During the 1980s JVC briefly marketed its own portable audio equipment similar to the Sony Walkman on the market at the time. The JVC CQ-F2K was released in 1982 and had a detachable radio that mounted to the headphones for a compact, wire-free listening experience. JVC had difficulty making the products successful, and a few years later stopped making them. In Japan, JVC marketed the products under the name "Victor. JVC demonstrated a prototype of its video high density (VHD) disc system. This system was capacitance-based, like capacitance electronic disc (CED), but the discs were grooveless with the stylus being guided by servo signals in the disc surface. The VHD discs were initially handled by the operator and played on a machine that looked like an audio LP turntable, but JVC used caddy-housed discs when the system was marketed. Development suffered numerous delays, and the product was launched in 1983 in Japan, followed by the United Kingdom in 1984, to a limited industrial market.. This is a very good company. This products have a various features. Like as Car Speaker Type: Main Speaker, Component, Subwoofer.Car Speaker Size: 10".Nominal Power: 350 W, 1,000 W.Passive Or Powered: Passive Speaker.Material: Aluminum, Butyl Rubber, Rubber, Olefin.Product Type: Woofer.Speaker Diameter: 10".Minimum Frequency Response: 25 Hz.Product Model: CS-AW6040.Mounting Depth: 5.03".Pmpo Output Power: 1.20 kW.Manufacturer Part Number: CSAW6040.Maximum Frequency Response: 2.50 kHz.Weight (approximate): 3.36 lb.Product Series: Arsenal.Brand Name: JVC.Rms Output Power: 350 W
$318.22 $545.52

JVC TK-C8301RU 1/3" CCD Color True Day /...
Product #: 84516

The JVC TK-C8301RU 1/3" CCD Color True Day / Night Video Camera is equipped with the Super LoLux sensitivity (color in virtual zero lux - 0.05 lx) that assures precise color reproduction in low light situations, making it possible to identify image colors in darker places. This camera features an IR LED light that is tuned for optimal results in observing scenes at a distance of up to 16.4' (5m), such as entranceways. This dispersion type light of this camera illuminates a wide area and exposes subjects that are at close range including people, without white-out reflection.The 1/3" CCD Color Day / Night Video Camera incorporates the ExDR (Extended Dynamic Range) Plus function which clearly displays people and characters in the foreground even when they're up against an extremely brightly lit background. And to make the dark parts of the image more clearly visible, this camera combines the dual shutter with the AGC function to achieve optimal image quality throughout the entire picture.For assisting focusing to the finest point, the variable-focal lens of the 1/3" CCD Color Day / Night Video Camera incorporates a focus gear mechanism.Features of this products are 3D noise reduction system to reduce noise in dark environments.Area white balance function can apply auto white balance to a specific area.Adjustment for dark areas to provide images without black out.Mechanism for finer and more accurate focus adjustment.Automatic gain control.4 area patterns for backlight compensation.Up to 128x slow shutter.Manual and auto tracking white balance.1.2x / 2.0x digital zoom.Privacy mask for protecting intrusive monitoring.Display mode selection for CRT and LCD.CCD white spot compensation.Focus adjustment mode for accurate focusing. High-resolution of 600 TV lines and 14-bit DSP enables good quality pictures.ExDR Plus - Advanced Wide Dynamic Range technology reproduces clearer images for both bright and dark areas.Clear diffusion type IR LED light observes scenes at a distance of up to 16.4' (5m), enabling exposure without halation and making it suitable for installation near entrances.

$346.79 $549.08

TK-C215VP4U 1/4" Vandal Resistant Fixed dome...
Product #: 41893

JVC, is a Japanese international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1927, the company is best known for introducing Japan's first televisions, and for developing the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder.The JVC TK-C215VP4U is a high performance dome camera suitable for outdoor installation in public areas, with its ruggedly constructed dome providing both weather and vandal resistant camera protection. Furthermore, with a Day/Night function and a host of other electronic controls, it can be used in areas with poor or tricky lighting situations such as parking lots, sports facilities, transportation hubs and numerous other applications. This camera can be installed indoors or outdoors and in busy public areas, with its IP66 rated tough dome design effectively protecting the camera from adverse weather conditions and vandalism. An IP66 rating is earned when a dome enclosure is capable of withstanding powerful water jets coming from any direction and is also able to keep out dust. In order to maintain the best image quality 24-hours a day, this camera auto switches from high resolution color to an ultra sensitive B/W mode when light levels fall. In the event of an alarm received by an external alarm sensor, the camera will automatically move the lens to its maximum 12x optical zoom position, allowing an operator to closely examine the person or object that triggered the alarm. The camera installs easily on a flat ceiling surface or inside an existing electrical junction box.
$358.50 $597.50

TS-CL110UAA JVC HDLA TV LAMP "GENUINE"
Product #: 78567

Lamp is a type of video projector for displaying video, images or computer data on a screen or other flat surface. It is a modern equivalent of the slide projector oroverhead projector. To display images, LCD (liquid-crystal display) projectors typically send light from a metal-halide lamp through a prism or series of dichroic filters that separates light to three polysilicon panels – one each for the red, green and blue components of the video signal. As polarized light passes through the panels (combination of polarizer, LCD panel and analyzer), individual pixels can be opened to allow light to pass or closed to block the light. The combination of open and closed pixels can produce a wide range of colors and shades in the projected image. A metal-halide lamp is an electric lamp that produces light by an electric arc through a gaseous mixture of vaporized mercury and metal halides (compounds of metals with bromine or iodine). It is a type of high-intensity discharge (HID) gas discharge lamp.[1] Developed in the 1960s, they are similar to mercury vapor lamps, but contain additional metal halide compounds in the quartz arc tube, which improve the efficiency and color rendition of the light. The most common metal halide compound used is sodium iodide. Once the arc tube reaches its running temperature, the sodium dissociates from the iodine, adding orange and reds to the lamp's spectrum from the sodium D line as the metal ionizes. As a result, metal-halide lamps have high luminous efficiency of around 75 - 100 lumens per watt,[2] which is about twice that of mercury vapor lights and 3 to 5 times that of incandescent lights[1] and produce an intense white light.

$362.23 $620.97

TK-C750 JVC 2.8 LUX COLOR SURVEILLANCE
Product #: 50184

JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Born as a company that manufactured phonographs, we also pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. Subsequently, as evidenced by the production of the world’s first VHS video deck, JVC developed into a leading technological innovator in the audio/video industry, creating new products that are a step ahead of the times for a worldwide audience. Kenjiro Takayanagi, the “father of TV” who in 1926 became the first in the world to successfully project an image onto a cathode ray tube, joined JVC after World War II. He was involved in the commercialization of color TVs and the development of the two-head helical scan system, which later became the foundation for videocassette recorders. Having made Japan’s first domestically manufactured phonograph “victorola” in 1930, JVC continued on by producing Japan’s first EP record as well as Japan’s first stereo record player, pursuing the realistic reproduction of sound sources and sound fields, through both hardware and software. Breakthroughs included the development of the 45/45 stereo record system and innovations in two-head videotape recorders and four-channel audio systems.The JVC TK C750 is a good pick. Provided with a standard PC interface, this webcam easily connects to your computer for an out-of-the-box use. The JVC TK C750 has an optimum sensor and video resolution. This helps it to capture and transmit realistic images and videos. You can, therefore, better enjoy those video chat sessions with your near and dear ones.

$377.21 $646.65

PROJECTOR LAMP
Product #: 83041

Projector is a type of video projector for displaying video, images or computer data on a screen or other flat surface. It is a modern equivalent of the slide projector oroverhead projector. To display images, LCD (liquid-crystal display) projectors typically send light from a metal-halide lamp through a prism or series of dichroic filters that separates light to three polysilicon panels – one each for the red, green and blue components of the video signal. As polarized light passes through the panels (combination of polarizer, LCD panel and analyzer), individual pixels can be opened to allow light to pass or closed to block the light. The combination of open and closed pixels can produce a wide range of colors and shades in the projected image. A metal-halide lamp is an electric lamp that produces light by an electric arc through a gaseous mixture of vaporized mercury and metal halides (compounds of metals with bromine or iodine). It is a type of high-intensity discharge (HID) gas discharge lamp.[1] Developed in the 1960s, they are similar to mercury vapor lamps, but contain additional metal halide compounds in the quartz arc tube, which improve the efficiency and color rendition of the light. The most common metal halide compound used is sodium iodide. Once the arc tube reaches its running temperature, the sodium dissociates from the iodine, adding orange and reds to the lamp's spectrum from the sodium D line as the metal ionizes. As a result, metal-halide lamps have high luminous efficiency of around 75 - 100 lumens per watt,[2] which is about twice that of mercury vapor lights and 3 to 5 times that of incandescent lights[1] and produce an intense white light.
$413.99 $655.48