The TX-TPR3C is a three-pair audio/video receiving module compatible with RDL Format-C twisted pair products. It is built in the versatile Max-TX series enclosure. The durable adhesives provided with the TX TPR3C permit permanent or removable mounting. The TX-TPR3C may be rack or surface mounted with optional TX™ series accessories.The TX-TPR3C features a BNC NTSC or PAL video output and two RCA audio outputs, one for the left channel and one for the right channel. The video signal received from pair A of the RJ45 INPUT jack feeds the BNC video output jack. A front-panel GAIN control is provided to recover any level loss over the twisted pair cable. An EQ control allows the installer to adjust the sharpness of the picture for high frequency losses in the cable. The audio signals received from pairs B and C of the twisted pair cable are buffered to drive the unbalanced RCA output jacks at the standard -10 dBV consumer level and the balanced detachable terminal block outputs at +4 dBu.The TX-TPR3C features bridging inputs, allowing it to be connected to the LOOP OUT jack of other receivers. The bridging input circuits used in the TX-TPR3C allow connection of up to 3 receivers from a single Format-C sender. The possibility of multiple receiver locations adds enormous flexibility in the design of audio/video routing systems using RDL Format-C products. The TX TPR3C may be powered directly from a 24 Vdc power supply using the detachable terminal block. Local power connected to the module is also fed to all connected remote modules. The TX-TPR3C may be remotely powered through the twisted pair cable from any other module, signal distributor or RDL power inserter connected to the same twisted pair cable. Module power is indicated by a front-panel LED. RDL Format-C provides quality balanced video transmission over long distances, and features superior audio performance that rivals or exceeds shielded wiring. Design simplicity, ease of installation, unsurpassed flexibility, automatically fused power, exceptional hum rejection, low noise, and low distortion provide designers and installers the optimum choice in economical twisted pair products.