Deploying modern security camera networks can present a number of obstacles. Modern IP cameras, while combining high definition imaging with easy ...
Today we are going to discuss the most common medium used when deploying an Ethernet extender on your network – twisted pair copper cable. There are many types of twisted pair cables, with varying gauges, twist rates, and shielding. Whether you are selecting the cable to be used in a new network installation or trying to reach a remote network location utilizing existing cable infrastructure, understanding what you are using is important to ensuring the reliability and performance of your connection, especially when using an Ethernet extender solution.
I need to install an IP camera about 1,200 feet from my DVR. Do you have an Ethernet extender that can reach the camera and provide PoE at the same time? Mark H., Gatlinburg, TN Thanks for your question Mark, we have the perfect solution for your application! The Netsys NV-202RPCEKIT Ethernet Extender Kit with Remote Power provides long distance power over Ethernet at speeds up to 100Mbps symmetrical and delivers both network connectivity and power over a single twisted pair of network or phone grade cable at distances over 6,500 feet or over coax cable up to 3,600 feet.
Long range Ethernet extenders are a cost effective way to provide a network connection to remote locations or network devices that are beyond the natural 328 foot (100m) limitation of network cable. Using technology standards like VDSL2, G.SHDSL.bis, or HCNA, Ethernet extenders can carry broadband network signals over extreme distances over a single twisted-pair phone line or coax cable. Netsys’s Ethernet extender product line provides a wide range of solutions, from extreme distances to campus environments to industrial-grade installations to power over Ethernet ready wireless access point networks. Long range Ethernet extenders are a simple, reliable, and cost effective solution for even the most challenging applications, whether it’s setting up a PoE security camera network over existing phone lines, bringing hospitality environments up to today’s data requirements for guests using only existing infrastructure, extending a network connection to a remote outbuilding or trailer on your campus or just a shed or workshop in your backyard, or extending a data connection to point of sale terminal, gate control, or time clock in a mall, stadium, residential, or warehouse environment.