End cap plug and internal wiring.
On the back removable end cap there is a waterproof electrical connector.
We went with the 400-Series Buccaneer
Here is a good diagram of how the connector works (and it shows the
panel-mount socket we used too):
The B/W camera came from Harbor Freight
and was on sale for $29.99. Best part is that it was
designed to send video/audio and power over an RJ11 cable, and it comes with
an 80ft cable. Now, we didn't care about the audio (nothing much to hear at
the bottom of a lake!) so we decided to send the video from a Color
"Spy-Cam" that I had bought off of eBay a while back over the audio line.
Everything was RCA, so it was just a matter of clipping the audio lead
coming from the camera and replacing it with the RCA video from the color
camera. All we needed was a donor RCA cable and a junction block.
Here is the completed block:
The RJ11 jack goes into the socket on the B/W Camera, and the male RCA plugs
into my Color Camera. The other end is wired with the socket-pins that go
into the Bulgin panel-mount socket on the back cap.
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