Wireless Cable

Wireless Connectivity for IP Video Productions

SKU: PT-WC-PP-G1 (Pre-Paired Units)
SKU: PT-WC-G1 (Single Additional Unit)

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Wireless IP Video System

Live video production extended wirelessly up to 400 meters (1,300 feet) & up to one mile in daisy-chain mode!



Four antenna for transmitting up to 300Mbps of bandwidth
Connection for any device that supports LAN
1/4-20 Mounting screw on side and bottom of unit
4×4 MIMO beamforming technology

Plug and Play Wireless Networking for NDI®



Designed to provide 300 Mbps of low latency data transfer ideal for video production with the NewTek® NDI®.

WirelessCables are professional grade WAPS (Wireless Access Points), not just links, meaning any standard wireless IP or NDI device can seamlessly connect.


Set up is a breeze!


In just 3 minutes, see how easy it is to setup a WirelessCable with your video production workflow.

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SKU: PT-WC-PP-G1 (Pre-Paired Units)
UPC: 737993162179
SKU: PT-WC-G1 (Single Additional Unit)
UPC: 737993162186
Designed for flexible live streaming and video production environments. The PTZOptics Wireless Cable is a 400 Meter (1,300 feet) wireless Ethernet solution with daisy-chaining capabilities which can provide increased distances of up to 1,600 meters or 5,249 feet. This low latency wireless solution can be paired with any device that utilizes a LAN connection and can provide up to 300 Megabits of wireless transmission bandwidth. With a paired Station & Access Point, you can connect any device to your network wirelessly. Please reference our advanced setup video in the description below, for more information about a daisy-chain setup.
High Bandwidth
1 Year Warranty
Add new cameras
Power Supply Included
NewTek NDI ready
IP Management
Save $50-100 when you bundle any NDI camera with a wireless cable!
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Praise for PTZOptics Support

It is SO nice to have a manufacturer that actually answers the phone and has support you can reach when you need them! A simple setup change that I couldn't find the answer to and 2 minutes later I was in business!

Jack Dastoli

Here's a shout out to the PTZOptics tech support team. They are incredibly patient and helpful. The quality of support is what sets you apart from the other companies.

Dan Slider

Just want to give a massive shout out to the PTZOptics Support team. I have been speaking with Sean and Jonathan on various occasions and they are awesome and super helpful. When you're wondering what equipment to invest in the quality of the after sales support should always be a factor and PTZOptics in my opinion provides amazing after sales care and support.

Peter Nardi

Frequently Asked Wireless Cable Questions

Can this wireless system be used with the NewTek Connect Spark?

Yes. You can make a newer NewTek connect spark 4K and pro models wireless using the PTZOptics Wireless Cable.

Can multiple PTZ cameras hook up to one unit via a switch?

You can hook multiple PTZ cameras into a single Wireless Cable. You would just need to use an ethernet switch on the camera side instead of plugging a single PTZOptics camera into the unit. Also, this is ideal for still being able to deliver PoE power to your wireless network for your cameras. The only limit is your wireless distance and the bandwidth limitations on the units.

Do these wireless transmitters require line of sight for point to point transmission?

Point to point is one to one. These units are also capable of point to multi-point as in a hub and spoke or 3 WCs to 1 WC Base.

Can these operate through walls and buildings or is this not recommended? If it does work through walls and building to building....what kind of quality loss is there?

Yes, it can go through walls and other things… but the more in the way the lower your distance becomes. Every material has different RF absorption. Even the composite of concrete can impact… so not even all concretes are equal for RF absorption.

The Wireless Cable sounds similar to a Ubiquiti Wireless Systems...How do they compare?

These units are vastly different than the Ubqiuiti solutions in requiring no management solution, no network to support their connection and that ours can acts as an AP their cannot .

What is the real world latency of the ethernet broadcast from one end to the other?

Wireless IP video latency for the Wireless Cable is ≈ 0.6 msec

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