Selecting an industrial-grade transmission device for security applications can seem confusing with so many options to choose from. For those times when you just need a quick reference guide, here is a checklist that will help you quickly identify what kind of switch you need.

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Why Fiber? If you're reading this right now, you have fiber optics to thank. Though more than 300 million miles (500 million km) of optical fibers are made annually, we rarely stop to think about what life would be like without them. As scientists in the 1960s began experimenting with lasers, they realized that pulsations of light could travel much...
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A common practice for many years has been transmitting analog video from multiple cameras over fiber optic cables. Most commonly used was a 4-channel multiplexer, which would transmit up to 4 cameras over standard Multimode or Singlemode fiber optic cable for extended transmission distances. This type of application is found worldwide and continues...
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Our eCopper product line lets you utilize existing coax and twisted pair cabling found in legacy systems, converting an analog system to an IP system. It's specifically designed for the most demanding environments, with features that make it ideal for use in complex industrial and IP video surveillance applications. Here are five things you should ...
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Nuestra línea de productos eCopper le permite utilizar el cableado coaxial y de par trenzado existente para convertir un sistema analógico en un sistema IP. eCopper está diseñado específicamente para los entornos más exigentes, con características que lo hacen ideal para su uso en aplicaciones de videovigilancia IP además como algunas aplicaciones ...
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