6-Pin Security Camera Breakout cable.
Keep your existing analog cameras that have a 6-pin connector and connect them to Digital Video Recorders or displays that have a BNC connector instead of a 6-pin input connector.
This is a custom cable that is compatible with Lorex security cameras that have a cable with male 6-Pin mini DIN connector. If you have a different brand camera, please let us know and we can custom make the cable.
A cable with a 6-pin male connector usually comes from the camera and you need this cable to "break-out" the video, audio (if available) and power connectors. The video is on a male BNC connector. The audio is on a male RCA connector. The power connector allows you to provide power to the camera with an optional power supply.Note:
We also have this audio-video-power breakout cable available with a 6-pin male connector so that you can connect it directly to your camera that has a 6-pin female connector. The 6-pin male breakout cable allows you to use other security cables with the Lorex cameras that have a 6-pin female connector. Please contact us if you need a breakout cable with a 6-pin male connector.
There are hundreds of thousands of excellent analog security cameras that had a 6-pin cable that connected directly to a security monitor or to a DVR that had a 6-pin socket. The camera obtained its power from the monitor or DVR and also sent the video signal to the monitor or DVR. With this breakout cable you may be able to use those cameras and connect them to DVRs or TV and LCDs that do not have the 6-pin connector. This break-out cable allows you to use the 6-pin cable that you already have installed and and connect them to DVRs that do not have a 6-pin input connector.
Note: you may need the separate power supply
in order to provide power to the camera. Check the power requirements of your camera - they usually require a 12v power supply.
Please verify your cable to make sure you need this cable with a female 6-pin connector - do not confuse it with a female 4-pin S-Video to BNC cable.
Contact us if your camera has a 6-pin socket and want to run Category 5/5e/6 cable instead of a 6-pin cable. We have a 6-pin to RJ45 breakout cable so you can run the video, audio and power to the camera using Cat5.