Ethernet Over Coax Extender With PoE+ 

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Transition Networks Ethernet Over Coax Extender With PoE+ provides the ability to quickly and easily upgrade older analog surveillance systems with modern PoE powered IP video cameras without the need to replace the wiring infrastructure. These products leverage the existing CCTV 75 ohm coax infrastructure to extend the Ethernet network and provide power to remote camera locations, saving time and money over installing new cable. These extenders communicate at near Gigabit speeds and can also be used in other applications besides surveillance to extend Ethernet networks over an existing coax infrastructure.

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The Ethernet Over Coax Extenders with PoE+ are used as a pair of devices, with a local and remote device at opposite ends of the coax cable. The extenders provide much flexibility for either copper or fiber Ethernet connections. The Local device offers both a 10/100/1000Base-T RJ-45 and 100/1000Base-X SFP connection, and provides a Gigabit BNC connection with power over coax to the Remote device. The Remote device receives power through the PoE+ BNC connection and provides both a 10/100/1000Base-T RJ-45 and a 100/1000Base-X SFP connector output with PoE+ power for IP cameras, wireless access points or other PoE powered end devices. Power for the Local device can be supplied through a properly isolated +48VDC power source or through the designated 90 Watt power adapter. The designated power adapter is optional for providing backup power at the Remote device.
The Ethernet Over Coax Extenders With PoE+ are supplied with a web GUI, which allows password-protected access to various configuration options of both the Local and Remote devices through a single IP address. It also allows easy upgrades to firmware.


  • Copper or fiber combo Ethernet port
  • Remote PoE+ Port IEEE 802.3at
  • Full PoE+ at 400 ft. or less* (dependent on cable type)
  • PoE powered Remote device
  • Coax distance in excess of 1000 ft. at near Gigabit speeds or 2000 ft. at Fast Ethernet speeds (dependent on remote power requirements)
  • Proprietary coax end device classification prevents unintended power delivery to non-Transition Networks devices
  • Power monitoring
  • Auto Power Reset (APR) and power-saving mode

  • Web browser configurable
  • Plug-and-Play installation
  • Field upgradeable firmware
  • Managed through a single IP address
  • Auto MDI/MDI-X
  • 128 Bit AES encryption over coax
  • IPv4 and IPv6 Supported
  • 1518 Byte frames
  • DHCP, DNS, NTP
  • Connection for optional power on Remote device
  • Preserves investment in existing coax infrastructure


*Typical RG59U cable DC resistance of 50 ohm per 1000 ft. Cable with less DC resistance may increase distance.

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