ComNet has introduced Ethernet and analogue video on a single coaxial cable. The CLT/RVE1COAX link, using SLOC (Security Link over COAX) technology, combines Ethernet and analogue video and transmits it up to 500 metres. The unit has a PoE variant that provides up to 30 watts of PoE (Power over Ethernet) for powered devices (PD). ComNet sees the primary application for this device as a cost-effective hybrid surveillance system solution.
According to Andrew Acquarulo, ComNet president and COO, “We are seeing a demand coming from the security market for the transition from analogue to IP. Gaming facilities are migrating to IP video, this product, the CLT/RVE1COAX, allows for the combination and IP video to be transmitted on existing infrastructure, while eliminating the investment needed to have two different mediums in place to handle analogue and IP video requirements. The CLT/RVE1COAX can put both video types on the already installed COAX infrastructure.”
“With the introduction of our IP and analogue video over coax product series, ComNet continues to set the standard for providing product solutions,” said Skip Haight, ComNet VP of marketing. “ComNet understands the level of support required to be successful as a company and our goal is to set the standard that all companies should be measured by in terms of innovative product and support,” Haight continued.
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