Intercoax, the manufacturer of high-performance Ethernet-over-coax and twisted pair video, data and PoE transmission products, has launched a range of high-performance Ethernet transmission products.
For video, data and power transmission applications up to 2.4km, the new range of Intercoax managed multiport long range Ethernet switches permit the use of any type of coax or UTP/twisted pair cable, and include up to 60W PoE budget per port.
The new HPS-1008RM 19 inch rack mountable 8+2 port Gigabit Hybrid PoE Switch can be used to transmit 1Gbps Ethernet and support PoE+ (up to 25.5W).
Using the new HP-01 (2 Port Hybrid PoE Switch), 100Mbps Ethernet transmission and PoE+ power support up to 250m transmission can be achieved, along with the connection of multiple devices in cascade mode. Featuring built-in standard PSE and the over current protection, the device supplies secured PoE+ power up to 25.5W/port. The device’s NMS (Network Management System), featuring a Browser based GUI and management software, allows the remote monitoring and management of multiple hybrid PoE switches.
The EPR-1001 (Gigabit Ethernet and PoE+ Repeater) overcomes the restrictive 100m maximum distance limitation of standard network configurations. For greater distances, the devices can be linked by daisy chaining (up to 750m) for easy IP extension. Highly cost effective, the device is an easy installation solution for all kinds of PoE (IEEE802.3af), PoE+ (IEEE802.3at) compliant devices, and offers installers high power PoE (up to 60W) outputs using a 56VDC/1.2A power supply.
Vincent Matthys, CEO of Intercoax EMEA, stated, ‘With these new Ethernet transmission products, Intercoax is enabling installers and end-users to easily migrate analogue systems to IP over existing coax or UTP cable infrastructure, at extended distances up to 2.4km, including a PoE budget of 60W per port. Our tried and tested transmission technology range of reliable single and multi-channel data and PoE solutions offers high-quality, high-performanceand reliable transmission solutions, in both managed and unmanaged versions.’