As part of Bolide’s network video connectivity solutions you can find the BE-8216EOC Power Ethernet Extender / Coax converter, which consists of one sending unit (SV-UNIT) and one receiving unit (IPC-Unit). What defines this unit is the capability to transfer an IP signal over a coaxial infrastructure using existing wire to upgrade a current analog system to IP without having to re-wire. Or maybe you just need to extend you Ethernet distance past conventional 100m.
The way it works is the IPC unit transfers the carrier signal over the coaxial cable and extends it to the SV-Unit where the signal is transferred to Ethernet. The SV-Unit has a 48-57V port, one PoE input and two output ports: BNC and RJ45. The IPC-Unit has two input ports: BNC and RJ45 and one PoE output port.
The SV-Unit can use a 54V power adapter or the PoE power supply providing advanced transmission and power supply technology that can transmit the signal and power up to 1,600 feet over coaxial cable and 1,300 feet for networking infrastructure. Additional key features are superior anti-lightning, anti-static, anti-interference, circuit isolation protection, a meet point to point application with an Ethernet delay less than 1ms, and its sleek design meets MIT rack standards.
Lastly, no setup is required; simply connect at each end and you’re complete!