Product News: Electrical Equipment & Systems
BNC Switch features automatic scan mode.
Press Release Summary:
June 19, 2014 - Featuring both manual pushbutton and USB serial remote control, Model 7196 supports multiple DVR’s and multiple CCTV camera systems by sharing single BNC interface device among 6 other devices connected to ports 1–6. Both Center and Shell of BNC interface are switched and switch ports are transparent to all data. All BNC ports are impedance matched to support 75 Ω equipment. With Scan Mode, Model 7196 can automatically switch positions at set time interval.
Original Press Release
Model 7196 BNC Switch Features Automatic Scan Mode, Supporting up to 6 DVR Networks
Press release date: June 17, 2014
Electro Standards Laboratories introduces Model 7196 BNC Switch featuring AutoScan capability and both Manual Pushbutton and USB Serial Remote Control. Each channel of the Model 7196 allows access to six DVR/Camera networks from one laptop computer with the flexibility to control the switch from a remote location. Ideal for multiple Security Monitor Systems!
The Model 7196 is designed to support multiple DVR’s and multiple CCTV Camera Systems by sharing a single BNC interface device among six other devices connected to ports 1 through 6. Both the Center and Shell of the BNC interface are switched and the switch ports are transparent to all data. All BNC ports are impedance matched to support 75 Ohm equipment.
The Model 7196 features manual control via 6 front panel pushbuttons to individually switch positions with a SCAN pushbutton for Scan Mode. The Scan Mode allows automatic switching of positions at a set time interval. This BNC Switch can also be remotely controlled using USB ASCII commands that allow the user to control switch position, lockout front panel operations, toggle scan mode, configure the scan for excluding ports, change scan interval, set default power up/down position and obtain switch status.
The Model 7196 can also be configured to maintain last set position on power loss and continue to pass data or to switch to a default power down position and continue to pass data. On power up, the unit can be configured to maintain its position, to restore the position before the power down default, or to switch to a default power up position.
To view more about Model 7196, visit: http://www.electrostandards.com/ProductDetail/?productid=2437
For more information about other Network Switches or cables from Electro Standards Laboratories, call 401-943-1164, eslab@ElectroStandards.com, or www.ElectroStandards.com. All ESL products are available for export. Government Agencies contact Electro Standards for GSA pricing on COTS (Commercial-Off-The-Shelf) network switches.
Tina Corticelli, Media Manager
Electro Standards Laboratories
36 Western Industrial Drive
Cranston, RI 02921