Altronix eBridge Enables IP over Coax Full Duplex 100Mbps

Altronix is showcasing its expanded line of eBridge Ethernet over Coax Adapters with new models featuring full duplex 100Mbps here at ASIS 2014. eBridge is a cost-effective solution to upgrade and expand security and surveillance utilizing coax, while supporting PoE, PoE+ and Hi-PoE devices. eBridge can reach distances up to 500m – five times standard Ethernet range.

“eBridge is the simple solution to deploy advanced IP cameras and devices over coax infrastructure,” said Alan Forman, president, Altronix. “These new additions to the eBridge line accommodate the latest edge devices that require faster data rates.”

New eBridge models include 100Mbps receivers with one, 4, 8 and 16 ports. The eBridge 100Mbps outdoor transceiver features a NEMA 4X IP66 rated enclosure, and accommodates up to two PoE/PoE+ cameras or devices, or one Hi-PoE (60W) camera.

As with all Altronix products, eBridge 100Mbps Ethernet over Coax Adapters are made in the U.S.A. and backed by a lifetime warranty.

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