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As already said depends on the application, CVI has the advantage of longer cable runs than IP

 

I've installed a lot of CVI swapping out old analogue but I have also done a number of new installs and went CVI on RG59, Its personal choice

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Really? whats the max for data then? Genuine question btw

100m then a network extender or switch is needed

 

RG59 to Ethernet adaptor will allow up to 500m on IP

 

RG6 on HDCVI claims up to 700m

 

Personal experience in the real world RG59 on HDCVI at 482m no issues on image or quality

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