Transition Networks, Inc., a leading provider of innovative, high-value data network integration solutions, recently presented their three new products at the ISC West trade show in Las Vegas.
The IP over 2-Wire Ethernet Extender (IPOTW1052-111-LRT) extends the reach of an Ethernet network in situations where there is no cat5/6 or fiber cabling available. The extender provides the ability to leverage existing 2-Wire cable infrastructure in order to extend the Ethernet network to remote locations. Deployed in pairs, the local and remote devices accept a Fast Ethernet copper (100Base-TX) connection and communicate over non-UTP 24AWG wire lengths of up to 200 meters.
This is helpful for applications such as surveillance cameras mounted on light poles or traffic signal poles, where installing new cabling can be time consuming and expensive.
Transition Networks’ PoE+ COAX Ethernet Extender provides the ability to quickly and easily upgrade analog surveillance systems to PoE powered IP cameras without the need to replace the existing wiring infrastructure. The extenders allow signaling from IP cameras to be transmitted over existing coaxial cabling from legacy analog systems, while also providing power to the cameras over that same cable. The extenders are used in pairs, with a local (EOCPSE4020-110) and remote (EOCPD4020-110) device, at opposite ends of the COAX cable. The local device supports copper or fiber input and transmits power and data over the coaxial cable to the remote converter. The remote converter then provides power
to the end device, such as an IP camera, making this product ideal for remote locations where power is not easily accessible.
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