Veracity Highwire Ethernet over Coax Adapter (Single)

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Veracity Highwire Ethernet over Coax Adapter (Single)
Key Features
  • Convert Existing Coax Cables to Ethernet
  • High-Speed Network Connection
  • No Configuration / Setup Required
  • Sensed on Connection
Easily convert your BNC cabling into a high-speed RJ45 Ethernet connection with the Highwire Ethernet over Coax Adapter from Veracity. Using the adapter, you can replace analog cameras with IP cameras, while still using your existing cables. This package includes one adapter, however, two adapters per link are required, one connected to your IP camera and one connected to your PoE switch.
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Veracity VHW-HW Overview

Easily convert your BNC cabling into a high-speed RJ45 Ethernet connection with the Highwire Ethernet over Coax Adapter from Veracity. Using the adapter, you can replace analog cameras with IP cameras, while still using your existing cables. This package includes one adapter, however, two adapters per link are required, one connected to your IP camera and one connected to your PoE switch.

Speed, duplex, and crossover are sensed as soon as you connect the adapter to your system so that no setup is required. Furthermore, no configuration is required when you connect the unit to each end of the coaxial cable, as the link will be established automatically.

The Ethernet over Coax Adapter is invisible to Ethernet data, and it does not need a MAC or IP address. In addition to auto-optimizing for all 75 ohm coaxial cables, the long connection range of the converter makes it suitable for network connections beyond 328' (100m).

Featuring a universal power input, the Highwire Ethernet over Coax Adapter is suitable for low-voltage installations and use with legacy coaxial cables. Compared to Cat 5 cables, the coaxial cables coil and bend, enabling you to provide network access to elevator carriages, VoIP items, security systems, lift panels, and similar devices.

Converts analog video cables into a high-speed network connection
Allows you to replace analog cameras with IP cameras, without installing any new cables
Speed, duplex, and crossover are sensed on connection
No need for MAC or IP addresses
Invisible to Ethernet data
Auto-optimizing for all 75 ohm coaxial cables
Long connection range of up to 1650' with RG11 cable, or 930' with CCTV-grade RG59 cable
Suitable for network connections beyond 328'
Universal power input
Suitable for low-voltage installations; can be used on existing coaxial cables
Coaxial cables coil and bend appropriately compared to Cat 5 cables
Allows network access to elevator carriages, VoIP items, security systems, lift panels, and similar devices
No modification needed when used with 50 ohm coax cables or cables of other impedance
Optional wall-mounting brackets and rack-mounting kit
UPC: 892314002005

Veracity VHW-HW Specs

Electrical
Output Voltage8 to 57 VDC
Power Consumption1.5 W
General
Input Connector1 x RJ45 Female
Output Connector1 x BNC Female
Ethernet StandardsCat 5, 5e, 6
Number of Channels1
Maximum Operating Distance1640' / 500 m
IndicatorLED
Physical
Dimensions4 x 2.1 x 1" / 102 x 54 x 24 mm
Weight3.9 oz / 110 g
Environmental
CertificationsCE, FCC, RoHS, as per Manufacturer
Operating Humidity85%
Operating Temperature14 to 122°F / -10 to 50°C
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.215 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.05 x 2.95 x 1.25"
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Have a legacy device that only accepts an analogue BNC-connector camera. Have cat-5 going to this remote location, which is about 20 meters away. Have ability to supply power to camera at its remote location. So need to convert BNC to cat-5 for transmission. At head-end (local), want to connect the cat-5 from the camera to an Ethernet switch (has several POE ports as well as standard ports) to feed computer based NVR. What type(s) of products do I need for this application?
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Asked by: Anonymous
This unit would work for what you are trying to do as long as you have 2 of the units for the conversion from Ethernet to coax and then back and that you have a POE switch or injector as well.
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Is this product POE and/or POE+ compliant?
Asked by: Mike D.
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What is the max distance and what kind of throughput can it do at max range? I need something that can do 100/100Mbps plus at 500-700ft.
Asked by: Patrick K.
This Ethernet over Coax adapter can provide data speeds up to 100Mps. When using standard 75 Ohm coax cable, you'll get this speed up to 920' away. For 1150' distance, you can use high quality RG59 video cable or RG6.
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Is the item in question a single device or a Tx/Rx pair? If not a Tx/Rx pair, does that mean a pair of (2) devices must be purchased? Are the power supplies included?
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These are single devices and you will need one on each end of your coax. The power supplies are not included and are available as options.
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Can these units be daisy chained together through a switch to increase distance? I have a max distance of about 3/4 mile with points of access needed about every 1000 feet.
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While these units can be daisy chained, I would suggest simply using our LONGSTAR product line can send data up to 1400 meters or 4593 feet on RG-11 coaxial cable. If you were using RG-59 cable you would be able to send data to 690 meters or 2263 feet. But, if you wanted to use the VHW-HW (Highwire) unit to daisy chain over that connection you could. Each pair of HIGHWIRE units would get you 300m on RG-59 coaxial cables.
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If I am understanding your question correctly, you are looking to send your digital television signal over Ethernet cable. This convertor works for extending Ethernet over coax but not the other way around.
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