eBridge IP over Coax Solution

Putting a digital system over analog infrastructure is easy and more cost effective with the new plug-and-play eBridge Ethernet Adapters from Altronix.  eBridge receivers and transceivers allow legacy cabling systems to be easily upgraded to provide the benefits of IP technology without the added labor and material costs related to new cabling and possibly removing unused wire.Utilizing coaxial cable, the eBridge enables IP video and data transmission over longer distances which are ideal for use in industrial environments, casinos, schools, airports, retail facilities and hospitals and other applications.

eBridge allows fast 10/100Base-T Ethernet digital communication to be transmitted over coax cable for more than 2,000 feet without the need for repeaters. The plug-and-play single channel eBridge1CRT kit, which is comprised of the eBridge1CR Receiver and the eBridge1CT transceiver, accommodates multiple IP cameras and devices over a single coax cable or one IP camera with composite video and data simultaneously. The units’ versatility allows the combination of composite video signal and Ethernet data to be transmitted over a single coax to accommodate a monitor or matrix switch.

The eBridge16CR 1U rack-mount Ethernet receiver features 16 channels for larger surveillance systems and is designed to work with eBridge1CT transceivers and hybrid cameras with Intersil’s SLOC™ (Security Link over Coax) technology. 

The eBridge products are UL/CUL/CE/C-Tick listed.


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