Wireless Connectivity for Your IP Production
Wireless IP Video System
Live video production extended wirelessly up to 400 meters (1,300 feet) & up to one mile in daisy-chain mode!
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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See how you can daisy-chain and extend the functionality of your WirelessCables!
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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
Yes. You can make a newer NewTek connect spark 4K and pro models wireless using the PTZOptics Wireless Cable.
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.