(Contact Aiphone for additional Transport Bandwidth:
˜128Kbps per active session (normal mode)
˜64Kbps per active session (low bandwidth mode)
Audio Encoding: PCM (raw), G.7II ( Law)
Audio Sampling: 16bit at 8kHz (normal mode) 8bit at 8kHz (low bandwidth mode)
Output Level: Determined by sub station
Dimensions: 1-1/2" H x 4-1/4" W x 4-15/16"D
CommuniCenter SoftwareSystem Requirements:
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP (SP2), Windows Vista
Processor: 1 GHz or faster
Memory: 256MB of RAM
Hard drive: 50MB of available disk space
Sound Card: Windows supported sound card (w/ speaker & microphone)
EDGE is the next evolution in access control hardware solutions. EDGE provides fully distributed intelligence and decision making right to the door, leveraging the IT infrastructure to the maximum extent possible. EDGE power comes through a single CAT-5 run to the door, and EDGE IP Access Solutions run everything at the door from reader to strike, status to REX. And since each EDGE IP Access Solution can utilize PoE (Power over Ethernet) driven right through the CAT-5, separate power supplies and multi-door controllers are no longer required. EDGE configurations are exactingly constructed for Host environments as well as single door applications with a wide range of unique benefits. The simplicity of EDGE is available for iCLASS readers or the option of a wide array of readers when choosing an EDGEPlus solution.
UTP is a proven and widely accepted means of transmitting video where excessive distances, specific site characteristics, and large numbers of cameras make traditional coax less appropriate.
HubWayLD162CD Active UTP Transceiver Hub with Integral Camera Power with 16 HubWayAv Video Balun/Combiners provides a total solution for video systems where coax is not feasible or cost effective. Altronix has several models in its Hubway line.
Altronix HubWayLD162CD Active UTP Transceiver Hub w/Integral Camera Power transmits UTP video, RS422/RS485 data and power over a single CAT-5 or higher structured cable.
The Hubway also provides a high degree of surge protection to the cameras and other head-end equipment.
CAT-5 cable is less expensive than traditional Coax/Siamese, weighs less; takes up less space, and is easier to handle and install. Also CAT-5 may be spliced without signal degradation.
The unit provides 16 camera channels in a space saving 1U EIA 19” rack mount chassis.
Video transmission range is up to 3000 ft. max. per channel depending on the power requirements of the cameras used.
HubWayLD162CD Active UTP Transceiver Hub Units are compatible with AC fixed or PTZ cameras when utilizing Altronix HubWayAv Video Balun/Combiners.
The HubWayLD162CD Active UTP Transceiver Hub unit features individually selectable 24VAC or 28VAC PTC protected outputs with surge suppression allowing individual camera runs to be better tuned to cable length and camera power requirements.
An optional HubSat4D Passive UTP Transceiver Hub with Integral Camera Power can be used as an accessory module to transmit video from up to 4 cameras over a single CAT-5 or higher structured cable back to the HubWayLD16CD. The HubSat4D provides power to these cameras locally to eliminate voltage drop associated with long cable runs.
Individual selectable 24VAC or 28VAC power outputs with OFF position.
Unit provides up to 1 amp max. per channel not to exceed a total of 10 amp (300VA) maximum current.
PTC protected outputs.
PTCs are rated @ 1 amp per channel.
Class 2 Rated power limited outputs.
Picture and Grain control.
Primary fuse (internal) is rated at 5 amp/250V.
Input 115VAC 60Hz, 3 amp.
Data:- RS422/RS485 data input
Video: 16 channels of video over twisted pair up to 3000 ft., 16 75 ohm video outputs.
Sixteen (16) individual power LED indicators.
Illuminated master power disconnect circuit breaker with manual reset.
Even in this wireless world, locksmiths must run wire for access control installations. This guide to wiring and tools helps select and install the right product.
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