• Utilizes traditional coaxial cable

     

  • Fully transparent 100BaseT full duplex and adaptive
  • Supports full-duplex 100Mbps, maximum distance can be up to 250m
  • Supports SD / HD IP camera and provides PoE power supply
  • Built-in ESD protection circuitry, can effectively prevent electrostatic damage
  • The power is input from the receiver side through the coaxial cable using PoC (power on cable) technology to supply power for IP camera and transmitter. Power input and output supports PoE power supply.

Coax Terminal

Terminal Type

BNC

Cable Resistance

75Ω±3Ω

Interface / Coax Return Loss

[email protected]

Data Throughput

200Mbps(100MHz full-duplex)

Network Terminal

Receiver Side (Close to the local NVR)

RJ-45(POE device standard)

Transmitter Side (Close to the remote IP camera)

RJ-45(POE, PSE compatible)

Cable Type

CAT5 above

Transmission Rate

100BaseT/10Base adaptive

Power Input

(Close to the local NVR)

RJ45/POE Input

Standard 48DCV ,meet IEEE802.3af requirements

DC Terminal  Input

12-24VDC

Power Output

(Close to the remote IP camera)

RJ45/POE Output

Depending on cable type and length of the

DC Terminal  Output

Product Physical

Characteristic

Dimensions ( L × W × H )

(Including Terminal Length112mm×52mm×25mm

Material

Aluminum

Net weight

200g

Operating

Environment

Working Temperature

-10 60

Humidity

85%

Storage Temperature

-20℃ 70℃

Coaxial Cable Performance Specifications:

Coaxial Cable Type Performance

Coaxial Cable Length (Max)

IP Camera Power

48V PoE

Via RJ-45

24V DC

adaptor

RG6(5.5dB/100m)

180m/580feet

18W

11W

5C-HFBT(4.7dB/100m)

210m/680 feet

18W

11W

RG59(8dB/100m)

125m/400 feet

19W

13W

3C-2V(8dB/100m)

125m/400 feet

19W

14W

RG11(3.3dB/100m)

250m/800 feet

18W

8.7W

Application scenarios:

 

The receiver side (Close to the local NVR) is powered through the PoE switch. The transmitter side (Close to the remote IP camera) does not need additional power. The remote IP camera can choose the AN-IP-EOC PoE terminal for power supply. The IP cameras without POE function must use the separate power supply.

The receiver side (Close to the local NVR) is powered through the PoE power. The transmitter side (Close to the remote IP camera) does not need additional power. The remote IP camera can choose the AN-IP-EOC PoE terminal for power supply. The IP cameras without POE function must use the separate power supply.

 

 

The receiver side (Close to the local NVR) is powered through the separate power adaptor. The transmitter side (Close to the remote IP camera) does not need additional power. The remote IP camera can choose the AN-IP-EOC DC terminal for power supply. Please make sure power adaptor voltage match the IP camera voltage. We suggest the IP cameras must use the separate power supply.

 

Connection diagram and installation instructions:


 

1. Connect the video output terminal of IP camera to the POE terminal (RJ-45) of adaptor
2. If the IP camera does not support POE function, please use an external power adapter
3. Connect coaxial cable to the coax terminal (BNC) of transmitter.
4. Connect coaxial cable from the transmitter to the coax terminal (BNC) of receiver.
5. Connect POE terminal (RJ-45) of receiver to back-end network equipments
6. If network equipments have no POE power supply function, please use an external power adapter to connect the power terminal of receiver

When two adaptors connect well, the RJ-45 terminal indicators of adaptors will be lit. Yellow light flashes show the data is exchange. When the transmission rate is 10Mbps of connecting one side device, the whole link rate will be 10Mbps and run. And RJ-45 terminal indicators are off.

Product Description

AN-IP-EOC can transmit the HD IP video and power signal simultaneously via a single coaxial cable. The maximum distance can be up to 250 meters (RG11) and it supports full-duplex 100Mbps. AN-IP-EOCconsists of one transmitter side (Close to the remote IP camera) and one receiver side (Close to the local NVR). This device can be widely used in railways, urban transport, security monitoring areas and analog system upgrading projects. It can achieve the seamless transition from analog CCTV to network IP surveillance.

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