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Altronix introduces new eBridgePlus Ethernet over Coax/PoE Adapters

Published on 10 April, 2013

Altronix’s new eBridgePlus Ethernet over Coax/PoE Adapters transmit IP video, data and power over coaxial cable enabling legacy infrastructure to support IP devices up to 1500 feet (5X maximum Ethernet distance) without repeaters. eBridgePlushas a host of features that complement Altronix’s highly acclaimed eBridge Series of Ethernet Adapters providing a comprehensive solution to efficiently transform analog infrastructure for networked systems.

“The new eBridgePlus Ethernet over Coax/PoE Adapters from Altronix allow existing analog infrastructure to be efficiently upgraded with today’s advanced IP devices without sacrificing performance,” said Alan Forman, President, Altronix. “As the professional security industry continues to embrace networked systems, the eBridge product line provides a comprehensive solution that delivers significant cost savings versus replacing coax with network cabling.”

The new eBridgePlus Ethernet over Coax/PoE Adapters from Altronix transmit IP video, data and power over coax cable up to 1500’ without the need for repeaters. eBridgePlus receivers are available in single, 4 and 16 port configurations that seamlessly operate with eBridgePlus single port transceivers. This new product series supports PoE and PoE+cameras, accessories, and access control devices. In addition, a new eBridge1PCRMreceiver is being introduced that passes power to cameras or devices from a powered switch, managed or unmanaged midspan. Utilising a managed midspan such as the Altronix NetWay 8M or 16M permits remotely resetting and the real-time status monitoring of devices. eBridgePlus also provides auto detection and protection of legacy non-PoE cameras and devices to avoid damage to equipment.

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