Sensormatic Distribution and IFS go digital

June 2000 IT infrastructure

International Fiber Systems has launched its 14130 family of digitised, fibre-optic, video transmission equipment, a new series of equipment which gives true broadcast-quality video exceeding all requirements for RS250C, short haul transmission.

Available in both single and multimode versions, the state-of-the-art, 14130 series converts any standard NTSC, PAL or SECAM baseband video input to a 10 bit digital word that is transmitted optically. At the receiver, the digital signal is converted back to a baseband video output, ensuring full transparency of the video signal. Says Sensormatic Distribution's Brian Hill, "The family of products covers digital, audio, video only, video with full duplex RS232, RS422, or two or four-wire RS485 data capability over a single optical fibre for pan-tilt-zoom control. Typical applications include highway surveillance, outside broadcast and high performance, video detection systems. Products are available from stock for immediately delivery."

The equipment is designed for use in unconditioned environments and with the reduced parts count associated with digital design, IFS can promise an extremely high level of reliability. In common with all IFS products, the 14130 series comes with a lifetime warranty.

For details contact Sensormatic Distribution's Brian Hill

tel: (011) 466 0190

fax: (011) 466 0198

e-mail: brian@sensormatic.co.za





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