ER8500C

Gigabit PoE Switch, Koax, 8 Ports, PoE+, 500m, Unterstützt IEEE802.3af, IEEE802.3at, 100-240V

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Size 1 RU x 12.7''D
Power Requirements IEC380 power connector -
100-240 VAC input
Ethernet Connection
[1] Auto Configuring 10 ? 100 RJ45 port
EtherStretch Link Connection [8] Coaxial BNC Connector
LED Indicators - Link Status, Power, PoE Out,
10Mb or 100mb
Shipping Weight 10lbs.
Mounting Standard rack mounting
Operating Temperature 0 - 140 degrees Fahrenheit
Humidity Up to 85% non-condensing
The Etherstretch(TM) ER8500C IP video over Coax multi-port network extender-Gigabit PoE Switch is a Receiver unit that operates with from 1 to 8 ET1500C Transmitter units (sold separately). The Etherstretch? is another IP Video Transmission Solution from NITEK that allows for the utilization of existing coaxial infrastructure to both transmit IP cameras and other network devices and to power them over the coax as well.
The ER8500C Receiver and ET1500C units comprise a system which can transmit IP cameras over coax and can quickly turn any ordinary RG59U coaxial cable into a high speed network communication & PoE path. When operating over RG59U coaxial cable, the coax network extender system can operate for distances of up to 500 meters (1,640 feet). The ER8500C coax ethernet extender receiver along with the ET1500C transmitters require very little installation time and absolutely no set up or configuration. The System is transparent to the network and has no IP or MAC addressing. Simply connect network devices to the network ports of the transmitter and receiver along with existing cabling and the system begins communicating. LED indicators show the status of network communication and PoE power.
An internal power supply in the ER8500C Receiver provides PoE to the system. The Etherstretch coax network extender system extends network communications to overcome cable distance limitations offering connections to devices in locations traditional networking does not allow.

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