BeamLink-Duo Plus

BeamLink-Duo Plus BeamLink-Duo Plus

2-Channel Wireless Video


Two-channel transmission only occupies one

one wireless channel, significantly saving

spectrum resources.

Up to 1000 m/ 3200 ft of

transmission range (LoS)

The transmission distance can be extended

with the panel antenna.

H.265 CODEC technology

Compared with H.264 technology, H.265

technology offers higher color reproduction,

showcasing the whole image more colorful

and detailed.

Auto channel switch function

When there is a substantial wireless

interference, the receiver will scan the

available channels and switch automatically

to a channel with less interference.

4x4 MIMO and Beamforming


* The direction of wirless beams is more concentrated.

* Wider coverage of wireless network.

* Stronger interference immunity.

Point-to-Point mode and RTSP

streaming mode

* HDMI+SDI+LAN port output simultaneously

* Point-to-Point mode or RTSP streaming mode

On-air indication - Tally

Wonderful compatibility

* Compatible with variety of cameras

* The RS232/422 data transparent transmission function

of the system can support the pan-tilt-zoom(PTZ) camera control.

Widely applied to different scenarios

Packing List

TX x2RX x1
Receiving Sensitivity/-70dBm
Transmission Power17dBm/
Antenna Mode4×4 MIMO and Beamforming, 5dBi External antenna
Power Consumption10W13W
Operating Voltage7-17V7-36V
Video Resolution720p50/59.94/60,1080p23/24/25/25.97/30/50/59.94/60,1080i50/59.94/60
Audio FormatAAC
Transmission Range1000 m/ 3200 ft(LoS)
Product Size94(L)×39(W)×126(H)
Input/OutputHDMI x1, 3G-SDI x1, Tally x1, RS232/422 x1HDMI x2, 3G-SDI x2, Tally x1, RS232/422 x1, LAN Port x1
Operating Power SupplyDC 12V/2ADC 12V/3A
Tally Introduction Demo
Tally Introduction Demo
PTZ Camera Control Demo
PTZ Camera Control Demo
Tally Introduction Demo
Tally Introduction Demo
Two ways for HDMI, SDI and LAN port outputing

1. Examine whether all the antennas are being fan shape.

2. Examine whether the power adapter or battery input meets the product’s specification requirements.

3. Examine the product whether it can be started up normally; whether the screen can display normally.

4. Examine whether the system channels are corresponding.