Cables And Accessories

A good quality security camera cable is paramount for the successful installation of a security camera system. The use of inexpensive cable for a security camera system is a frequent occurrence that ends up wasting time and money. To safeguard against the extra expense of having to re-run a wire for your camera system installation, be sure to purchase cabling from a trusted supplier like Collsam Distribution. We carry quality tested cables to ensure that each of our cabling products allows compatible security cameras to perform at their optimum level.

  • Alarm Cables

    Security cable, also known as alarm wire, typically comes in a sheath, which covers two or four wires. The number of conductors is dependent upon the type of sensor being connected to the system. Simple devices such as window and door sensors are passive make/break elements and do not need an external supply of power.
  • Cable Connectors

    Collsam Distribution carries a large variety of cable connectors for CCTV, video, and audio applications. We carry RJ-45 connectors, BNC connectors, F connectors, RCA connectors, and wall plate kits for RG59, RG6 coax and RJ-45, cable applications.
  • Coax Cables

    RG59 / RG6 coax cable is the industry standard and best choice for CCTV systems and HD over coax systems, however, not all RG59 / RG6 is created equal. Be sure to read the spec before you buy. This is what you need to know. Be sure to select RG59 / RG6 cable with a solid copper core / inner conductor and 95% copper braiding
  • Ethernet Cables

    The Ethernet cable is sending power and video data inside the same cable through twisted pairs, whereas the Siamese cable is sending power and video data through two separate insulated cables that are connected together. If you're going to be running a lot of cables, Ethernet is cheaper and easier to work with.
  • HDMI Cable

    HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface and is the most frequently used HD signal for transferring both high-definition audio and video over a single cable.
  • Power Cables

    It consists of two different cables that are attached together in one cable jacket. There is a video conductor to send the video signal from the camera's BNC connector, and there is a power wire to send power to the camera from a power supply located near the DVR recorder
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