Altronix Showcases Power and Long-Range Data Transmission Products at ISC West

Altronix is showcasing its line of security, access, surveillance and fire products here at ISC West 2022 (Booth 11073). New technology enables more edge devices to be deployed at longer distances, and with more power to accommodate a greater range of specialized surveillance and security applications. Features include the ability to deploy IP devices at longer distances with or without local power for new access and surveillance equipment, utilizing the 802.3bt PoE standard - greatly reducing labor and installation costs.

“We are pleased to be back at ISC West 2022, re-engaging with our customers and building on our long-established relationships,” said Alan Forman, President, Altronix Corporation. “As the industry continues to deal with global challenges, our customers can all rest assured knowing that Altronix is stronger than ever and here to support them as always.”

Altronix is turning up the power here at ISC West 2022 with an enhanced portfolio of NetWay and NetWay Spectrum PoE and Fiber Solutions that accommodate 802.3bt IP cameras, illuminators, locking devices, LED lighting and more. Providing up to 90W per port, new midspans and hardened PoE switches accommodate fiber, hybrid, and structured cable for a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications. Watch our new NetWay Spectrum video here.

Altronix Pace1KRT Single Pair Long Range Ethernet Adapters transmit power and data up to 1000m over a single pair. These are ideal when deploying IP devices at longer distances for citywide surveillance, elevator communications, HVAC applications and more.

New NetWay PoE Adapters enable deployment of up to two devices at a location over a single cable. NetWay3012P Converter/Adapter provides PoE+ (30W) and 12VDC simultaneously to power an IP camera along with an external microphone, and more, while the NetWay2ES 2-port switch provides 30W each (60W total) for IP cameras, IR illuminators and more - reducing installation time and labor costs.

A new access control power option, Altronix Tango1B PoE Driven Power Supply/Charger converts an 802.3bt PoE input into regulated 12VDC and 24VDC simultaneously. Tango leverages low-voltage installation methods, reducing labor costs associated with dedicated conduit and wire runs. When combined with Altronix stackable sub-assemblies, Tango can support up to 8 locking devices with power for controllers and ancillary devices, and charge a single Lithium Iron Phosphate battery (LiFePO4) for backup.

Altronix is also displaying its expanded offering of Trove Access and Power Integration solutions that allow you to easily combine Altronix power and accessories with the leading access brands. Trove solutions are available in wall or rack mount configurations, and now include expanded high-capacity models to accommodate more access control hardware with or without Altronix power. Pre-configured kits including power distribution and wire management are available with customized private labeling upon request. Additionally, Altronix now offers power supply protective covers and external wiring and battery cabinets for cleaner and more streamlined installations.

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