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29/11/2019

OT Systems helps migrate CCTV from analogue to IP

Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) recently modernised its CCTV system taking the surveillance capabilities from analogue to IP by integrating OT Systems' Ethernet-over-Coax (EoC) transmission solution to existing infrastructure.

A total of 100 single-channel ET1100CPp-T transmitters were installed to connect 100 IP cameras and connected to either single-channel ET1100CPp-R receivers or 8 to 16-channel ET4200CPp-RS8/16 rack-mount receivers. The ET4200CPp-RS8/16 receiver offers full switching capability and 10/100/1000Mbps auto-MDI/MDIX full-duplex communication and it is available with rack-mounting installation in a 19-inch rack cabinet. The EoC solution provides flexible communications and 30 watt high power source with power over coax (PoC) technology to remote PoE IP cameras or PTZ cameras. The power supply can be connected with one-channel or multi-channel receivers like the ET1100CPp-R and ET42000CPp-RS8/16 which supply power using legacy cable.

The ET4200CPp-RS16 Series is the receiver of 16-port Coax to 4-port 10/100/1000Base-TX Ethernet switch with high power PoC.  And, the ET1100CPp series is the Industrial 10/100Base-TX (PoE+) Ethernet Over Coax Extenders with PoC.

Extending Ethernet with existing coaxial cables

A full line of Etherxtra Ethernet-over-Coax products provides an alternative for system integrators and service providers looking for a solution to utilise existing coax infrastructure and migrate to IP-based systems. Taking advantage of the existing coaxial cables, installers can provide quick installation and high performance for CCTV upgrade without rewiring their environment. Also, the EoC solution provides flexible communications and a 30-watt high power source with power-over-coax (PoC) technology to remote PoE IP cameras or PTZ cameras. This EoC retrofit easily repurposes existing coaxial cable infrastructure, enhances the system with centralised power and creates a feature-rich IP surveillance systems.


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