Octava -IPC600 Ethernet over coax Extender ,100Mbps Ethernet and PoE over Coax cable

The Octava Ethernet over coax Extender , IPC600, extends 100Mbps Ethernet data over standard coaxial video cable.

Norcross, Ga Jan 15, 2015- Octava Inc., solution provider of video and network infrastructure equipment, releases their new Octava IPC600 Ethernet over Coax Extender.


The Octava IPC600 enables system integrators to upgrade analog video security cameras systems to IP network based cameras which require 10/100Mbps data transmission while utilizing the existing RG59/6 coax cable that is already installed. The IPC600 Ethernet over Coax EoC extender supports 10/100Mbps data and Power Over Ethernet. The IPC600 includes a Network unit (transmitter) and a Receiver (camera side unit) and powered via PoE Ethernet switch. In addition, the IPC600 when connected to a PoE switch or injector can provide power to the connected IP Network Camera using IEEE 802.3af/at standards.
"Upgrading to IP network camera system over existing coax video camera is a huge time saver because there is no need to install new Catx cables. The integrator simply installs the IPC600 units and the IP network camera with minimum disruptions. The IPC600 also has very long transmission capability and exceeds the limits of traditional networking standards over Catx cable"- says Jeffrey Su Product manager at Octava

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