The eBridge400PCRM and eBridge100TM are CAT5e to Coax cable Ethernet adapters/Media converters that deliver data and power over the coax cable in a PoE+ compliant format. The paired set enables fast 100Base-T Full Duplex Ethernet digital communication to be transmitted over Coax cable. The eBridge400PCRM four (4) port receiver is powered by any UL Listed PoE midspan or endspan product, such as a NetWay8M or NetWay16M, and pass its power over the coax to the eBridge100TM. This enables the eBridge400PCRM to be used in a managed manner, allowing for remote camera reset. The eBridge100TM in turn passes PoE+ compliant power to a PoE enabled camera or IP device. These plug and play units facilitate system upgrades from analog to IP cameras/devices utilizing existing legacy Coax and eliminating the costs and labor associated with installing new network cabling. In addition, data transmission and power over the Coax is possible up to 300m in comparison to 100m Ethernet maximum distance. A maximum range from head end to the PoE camera/device is 500m taking into consideration that up to 100m of structured cable may be deployed at each end.
Retrofit digital IP cameras in an analog CCTV installation.
Works with Megapixel, HD720, HD1080 and VGA (SD) cameras.
Extend Network link distance in an industrial environment.
Upgrade deployed CCTV Coax to a digital network in Retail, Hospitality, Arenas, Casinos, Airports, Schools, Hospitals, Transportation, etc.
Four (4) port Ethernet over coax/CAT5e Receiver.
Transmits IP video/data over coax up to 300m.
100Mbps full duplex.
Supports PoE (IEEE 802.3af) or PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at).
Name: Altronix EBRIDGE400PCRM EoC 4-Port Receiver, 100Mbps per Port, Passes PoE/PoE+, Requires Compatible Transceiver, Altronix Corporation, Altronix
Category: Altronix, Data Comm & Networking, Media Converters & Transceivers, Media Converters
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