IP over coax

May 2009 IT infrastructure

IP01 is a low cost, easy and speedy solution to allow you to use existing coax cable to send an IP camera signal. It is used in pairs with an RG59 cable to exceed the IEEE 802.3 10BaseT NEXT specification. The working range is up to 200 m at 10 Mbps speed.

The IP01 sends an IP camera signal over existing coaxial cable. It is passive which means that no power is required. The unit exceeds 02.310BaseT NEXT specification, which isolates the receiver from the transmitted signal. The transmission range is up to 200 m.

For more information contact Rosane Naidoo, Space Television, +27 31 303 8701/2/3/4, rosane@spacetv.co.za, www.spacetv.co.za



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