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Fibre transmission surveillance system from OB Telecom exhibited at IFSEC 2010

Published on 4 June, 2010
Fibre transmission system from OB Telecom launched during IFSEC 2010
OB9233D provides significant savings on surveillance infrastructure costs

OB Telecom, the leading supplier of advanced digital video fibre transmission products, launched its second generation drop and insert fibre optic transmission system, OB9233D, at the IFSEC 2010, which was held on May 10 to 13 in Birmingham, UK.

The new OB9233D series utilises digitally encoded technology and can implement multi-mode video input via one single mode fibre. A single fibre link can transmit up to 16 video channels, and the remote node video input module can transmit one to eight video channels. Every node can be configured for multi-channel audio, RS-422/RS-485/RS-232 data, contact closures and 10M/100M Ethernet. It provides significant savings on fibre infrastructure costs.

The system can be configured as dual optical redundancy transmission, which provides a much more reliable signal transmission when there is a cable break. It also supports up to 128 channels of video transmission by incorporating CWDM technology. Two SFP ports and a plug-and-play design ensure ease of installation with no optical adjustments required. The central receiver modules can be plugged in a 19" 4U dual power chassis. The OBNetview Network Management System provides easy remote monitoring and management.

The drop and insert fibre link is a field proven solution for the borders and perimeters, highway and ITS, airports and large industrial site projects. Since 2003, OB Telecom's OB9233D system has secured more than 295 transportation projects, and the new innovative OB9233D system is set to help more system integrators in providing customised fibre transmission solution. "OB Telecom provides more than just quality equipment, it has rich experience in developing project-specific fibre solutions for every surveillance situation," said Mr. Jack Xu, the Marketing Director of OB Telecom. "We have seen great interest in this upgraded system among installers and distributors during the IFSEC 2010, and it is also very encouraging that many of the system integrators and consultant have interest in integrating our system into their solutions."

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