NVT NV-ET1804 Four Port PoE+ Transmitter

Product Profile

The NVT Model NV-ET1804 TBus PoE+ Transmitter is a compact bus-architected media converter that delivers 10/100 BaseT Ethernet and PoE+ power via coax, UTP or 2-Wire or Shielded Twisted Pair cable. These transmitters are extremely simple to use, with no IP or MAC addressing required. Status LEDs indicate power and link connectivity/quality/activity for RJ45 and TBus ports.

The NV-ET1804 TBus Ethernet Transmitter is backed by NVT’s award winning customer support, Limited Lifetime Warranty and advance replacement.

Features:
• Transmit 10/100/PoE+ BaseT, over Coax 8,000ft* over RG-59U; 2,000ft over 2-Wire/UTP; 1,300ft over Shielded Twisted-Pair*
• Use with either the NV-ER1804 (4-Port), the NV-ER1808i (8-Port) or the NV-ER1816i (16-Port) Ethernet Receivers
• Powers PoE, PoE+, or High Power PoE cameras (or other PoE devices), up to 50 watts
• Easy configuration, no PC required
• Status LEDs include: Power (Blue), Link Data (Green), Link Quality (Red/Amber/Green), RJ45 PoE (Green)
• Transparently supports all networking protocols (UDP, TCP/IP, HTTP, Multicast etc.)
• Advanced 128-bit AES encrypted transmission and PoE+ power technology
• Built-in transient protection; industrial temperature range

*Distance and number of devices supported may lower due to limited power supply capacity and wire voltage-drop, or data-rate limiting due to the selected wire’s high-frequency signal attenuation. See manual or IP Distance Calculator at nvt.com.

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Technical Specification

Make NVT
Manufacturer NVT Phybridge
Model code NV-ET1804
Series TBus™ IP Transmission Series
Telemetry Type Coax/Twisted Pair
Video Inputs 4
Environmental Specifications Operating Humidity %: 20 ~ 85
Operating Temp oC: -40 ~ +85
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 10 ~ 56 V DC
Power Consumption: 3W
Physical Specifications Weight g: 530
Additional info The NVT Model NV-ET1804 TBus PoE+ transmitter is a compact bus-architected media converter that delivers 10/100 BaseT Ethernet and PoE+ power via coax, UTP or 2-Wire or Shielded Twisted Pair cable. These transmitters are extremely simple to use, with no IP or MAC addressing required.
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