Usually, an extender is used to lengthen the transmission distance of CCTV cameras. When the extended length exceeds the maximum, the signal quality will degrade significantly. Common Ethernet cables used by LANs set up in companies and homes only have a short transmission distance of 100m.
In these cases, an IP/PoE extender/repeater can help maintain the signal quality and retransmit the signal for a longer distance.
A 100m transmission of ethernet cables falls short for large local area networks in locations like university campuses, commercial buildings, and residential buildings. This is when an IP/PoE repeater can be used to help with ethernet extension.
IP/PoE cameras are often used with network switches, and an extender/repeater can extend the distance between cameras and switches. SC&T's IP/PoE extender/repeater series have both IP and PoE extension versions.
An IP/PoE extender/repeater can transmit network signals from any device, and most AV/KVM extenders are network extenders that extend the distance over the network. You can use an IP/PoE extender/repeater as a network repeater when an HDMI extender over Cat5e falls short of the required transmission distance of AV over IP and KVM extension.
You can use SC&T's IP/PoE extender/repeater with any TCP/IP devices in your system, such as IP/PoE cameras, LAN switches, and over IP transmitters and receivers, to transmit data and power to remote devices.
Make sure that your devices are equipped with the required bandwidth and PoE specifications.
You can connect SC&T's IP/PoE repeaters in series for an unlimited number. Each of the connected repeaters extends an additional length, which provides more possibilities for combination.
Power decreases over the number of chained devices.
SC&T's IP/PoE extender/repeater supports a data transmission rate of up to 1Gbps, allowing you to transmit data fluently.
In addition, IP04R is equipped with the IEEE 802.3bt PoE standard and can be used with most PoE devices.
You need not set up the device; just plug and use it.