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New Hybrid Product Series to be launched by AMG Systems at Intersec 2011

Published on 6 January, 2011
 Dr. Alen Hayes MD, AMG Systems said that Intersec is good platform for the launch of new products related to safety industry
 Dr. Alan Haye, MD, AMG Systems said that 6100 series has been specifically developed for CCTV security market

AMG Systems Ltd. announced that the company is launching a new series of Hybrid products at Intersec 2011. The new 5800/5900 series will be available both as stand alone and as rackmount.

The 5800/5900 series offer the following feature functionality:

  • Point-to-point transmission
  • Standalone and Rackmount options available
  • Only 1x Multimode or Singlemode Fibre required
  • 1x Uncompressed Analogue Video
  • 1x 10/100 Base T Ethernet port
  • 3x Independent Bi-Directional RS485/422/232 channels
  • 8x Alarm Inputs/Outputs
  • Low cost 3U 12 slot PSU Rack (Dual redundant option available)

AMG will further showcase their new 6100 series launched in July 2010 at Intersec. The 6100 series has been developed specifically for the CCTV security Market offering Drop & Insert, Dual Redundant Fibre Optic transmission solutions with built-in LED diagnostics. It brings together the benefits of the most sophisticated high end transmission technology used in transportation systems in a new low cost product range designed for the general security market.

 The '6100' series provides transmission of up to 8 video channels along with one low speed data channe

The unique 6100 series provides transmission of up to 8 video channels along with one low speed data channel and can be configured in either a single fibre ‘drop and insert' topology or linear spurs. This approach provides for significant cost savings on the infrastructure, installation and maintenance without any increase in equipment cost. It can be configured to collect individual, or multiple video signals e.g. around a site perimeter, a city centre or prison facility in a ‘daisy chain' and transmit them all back to one or multiple control rooms or drop off sites.

This truly allows for significant savings on fibre optic infrastructure when compared with traditional methods of video collection i.e. single channel point to point transmission. A new key feature in the product range is the sophisticated built-in LED diagnostics which enables the location of a fibre breakage to be easily identified from any equipment location from any position within the loop.

Founder and MD of AMG Systems, Dr. Alan Hayes says: "As well as being a meeting point for speaking with our Middle East customers and partners, Intersec provides AMG with an excellent opportunity to launch new products. This time we take the opportunity to showcase 2 new products live. We wanted to develop a product which offers multi-channel drop and insert video transmission together with associated low speed data signals on one resilient singlemode fibre loop, utilising self-healing ring capabilities with a very affordable price tag."

"I am delighted to say that we have achieved this objective with the 6100 series. The new Hybrid series has also been developed to address specific requirements in the market, and I am looking forward to discussing applications whilst at the show."

You can find AMG Systems at Intersec on Stand 5-104 C.

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