OT Systems' Etherxtra, features long range Ethernet over UTP

Hong Kong, China

OT Systems, a leading security-industry company dedicated to transmission solutions, is widening its Etherxtra range with the Ethernet-over-UTP series.

The Ethernet-over-UTP series extends the Ethernet transmission distance and breaks the 100-metre Ethernet limit, enabling a simplified system configuration. The point-to-point solution provides an easy installation and the PoE-equipped products delivers 30-watt high power access on UTP (Cat.5) cable to IP devices.

With the EoUTP extender products, system integrators can install IP cameras or other devices up to 600m from the central monitoring station without needing an additional power point at the remote end.


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