Accessibility Tools

Empowering Security with KBC's Mobile Surveillance System (MSS)

In today’s dynamic security landscape, safeguarding assets and ensuring the safety of individuals is paramount. The KBC Networks MSS units represent a versatile solution offering dynamic surveillance and monitoring capabilities that are adaptable to various applications.

Continue reading

Power over Ethernet (PoE): Propuesta de switches de KBC Networks

Cuando la asociación IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) introdujo por primera vez Power over Ethernet (PoE) en el mercado en 2003, creó un gran revuelo en todo el mundo de la electrónica sobre las nuevas posibilidades de los sistemas ethernet, así como ahorro en los costos de los nuevos proyectos. Para los integradores de seguridad electrónica, la posibilidad de usar un solo cable ethernet Cat-5 para proporcionar alimentación eléctrica y transmitir datos significó que las cámaras IP y otros dispositivos se podrían implementarse más fácilmente. Ya no era necesario considerar una instalación adicional para la alimentación eléctrica del equipo.

Continue reading

Tres Switches PoE+ Y HiPoE Que Debe Conocer

Pídale a un usuario final que nombre los componentes clave de sus sistemas de seguridad y es muy probable el tema de alimentación no sea de los primeros de la lista. Sin embargo, como bien saben los integradores de sistemas, la alimentación eléctrica de los equipos una pieza esencial para cada instalación, ya sea para videovigilancia, intrusión, control de acceso, seguridad contra incendios entre otras.

Continue reading

5 Things to Know About Our Mobile Surveillance System (MSS)

One of the benefits of advancing technology in the video surveillance realm is the ability to deploy portable security units at sites that lack infrastructure, require rapid deployment, are temporary, or a combination of these factors. We have taken great care in designing a Mobile Surveillance System (MSS) that provides the “eyes and ears” to monitor and record what’s happening in real-time.

Continue reading

3 HPoE and PoE+ Switches You Should Know About

Ask an end user to name key components of their security systems and it is a safe bet power products may not make the list. Yet as systems integrators know full well, power solutions are an essential piece to each installation — be it for video surveillance, intrusion, access control, fire/life-safety and more.

Continue reading

¿Por qué hay un puerto SFP en el receptor eCopper™ Ethernet sobre coaxial de 4 canales?

Una práctica común durante muchos años ha sido la transmisión de video análogo desde varias cámaras a través de cables de fibra óptica. El más utilizado fue un multiplexor de 4 canales, que transmite hasta 4 cámaras a través de un cable de fibra óptica multimodo o monomodo estándar para distancias de transmisión extendidas. Este tipo de aplicación ...

Continue reading

How ThruLink™ Enhances Advantages of SD-WAN

Since entering the public domain in 2014, the software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) has earned widespread favor for reducing costs related to the more conventional multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) and other broadband connections.

SD-WAN centralizes control in the Cloud, helping installing security contractors provide increased flexibility and edge-based operation to their video systems clientele. Yet despite numerous networking advantages, such as WAN simplification and increased application performance, ahead, we're going to explain how to achieve even greater rewards utilizing SD-WAN.

Continue reading

How to Harness the Sun to Power Remote Locations

There is a simple solution for remote locations in need of video surveillance systems that otherwise lack connectivity and power: The sun.

For installing security contractors, the prospects of deploying surveillance hardware at a remote site likely conjures an uneasy conversation with the end customer — alerting them to the necessity for expensive trenching and wire-pulling to position cameras at distant endpoints.

Continue reading

Why ThruLink™ Is the Best Choice for Live, In-Vehicle Video Transmission

Today’s live video transmission requirements for in-vehicle applications are presenting numerous opportunities for security dealers and systems integrators.

Police transmit live video from both parked and moving vehicles to other vehicles and base stations, as well as the main control room. Fire departments leverage live video feeds from firetrucks, as do paramedics and ambulances. Of course, these use cases are not limited to just emergency services. The delivery of high value goods, cash-in-transit services and petrochemical transport are a few other examples where vehicle-based video transmission is proving highly beneficial to meeting security requirements while providing newfound business efficiencies.

ThruLink™ to the Rescue!

Continue reading

Wireless Design and Peace of Mind


“How much time should I budget for installing the wireless systems on this project?”

Wireless transmission devices allow you to create a wireless network over almost any terrain. Point-to-point configuration lets you circumvent obstacles, and point-to-multipoint enable complex wireless systems with multiple remote clients transmitting back to a single unit. The possibilities are near endless. So how much time will it take to install? This is a question we get asked regularly, and we’re here to ease your concerns and reduce your installation time.

Continue reading

How to Choose the Right Switch Every Time

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.

Continue reading

Why Fiber?

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...

Continue reading

Why is there an SFP port on the 4-channel Ethernet over Coax Receiver?

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...

Continue reading

5 razones por las que a nuestros clientes les encanta eCopper™

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 ...

Continue reading

5 Reasons Our Customers Love eCopper™

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 ...

Continue reading
© 2024 KBC Networks. All Rights Reserved.