Altronix eBridge1PCTX EoC Single Port Transceiver

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Altronix
  • Model code: eBridge1PCTX
  • Data Transceiver: Yes
  • No of Video Inputs: 1
  • Dimensions mm: 64 x 25 x 97
Additional info:

eBridge1PCTX is a CAT5 to Coax cable Ethernet adapter that delivers data and power over the coax cable in a PoE compliant format. The transceiver enables fast 10/100Base-T Ethernet digital communication to be transmitted over Coax cable. eBridge receiver sends power over the coax to the eBridge1PCTX transmitter under PoE protocol. The eBridge1PCTX, in turn, delivers that PoE compliant power to a PoE enabled camera or IP device. These plug and play units facilitate system upgrades from analog to IP cameras/ devices utilizing existing legacy Coax and eliminating the costs and labor associated with installing new network cabling. In addition, data transmission and power over the Coax is possible up to 500m in comparison to 100m Ethernet maximum distance (see Maximum Length of Coax Type vs. Camera Power/ PoE Class, pg. 3). A maximum range from headend to the PoE camera/device is 700m, taking into consideration that up to 100m of structured cable may be deployed at each end.

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Make Altronix
Manufacturer Altronix
Model code eBridge1PCTX
Data Transceiver Yes
No of Video Inputs 1
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 64 x 25 x 97
Weight g: 110
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -40 ~ +75 C (-40 ~ +167 F)
Operating Humidity %: 85
Additional info

eBridge1PCTX is a CAT5 to Coax cable Ethernet adapter that delivers data and power over the coax cable in a PoE compliant format. The transceiver enables fast 10/100Base-T Ethernet digital communication to be transmitted over Coax cable. eBridge receiver sends power over the coax to the eBridge1PCTX transmitter under PoE protocol. The eBridge1PCTX, in turn, delivers that PoE compliant power to a PoE enabled camera or IP device. These plug and play units facilitate system upgrades from analog to IP cameras/ devices utilizing existing legacy Coax and eliminating the costs and labor associated with installing new network cabling. In addition, data transmission and power over the Coax is possible up to 500m in comparison to 100m Ethernet maximum distance (see Maximum Length of Coax Type vs. Camera Power/ PoE Class, pg. 3). A maximum range from headend to the PoE camera/device is 700m, taking into consideration that up to 100m of structured cable may be deployed at each end.

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