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Dual-Port PoE Midspan meets requirements of high-power IP cameras.

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Press Release Summary:

May 2, 2014 - Compatible with PTZ dome cameras from Axis, Sony, and Hikvision that require PoE power greater than 30 W, Vi2202 has built-in power supply that enables each port to provide up to aggregated 60 W. Unit can be combined with Vi1120 external power supply to provide up to 60 W PoE on each port for higher power applications. While compliant to IEE 802.3af/at, midspan also supports nonstandard PoE loads with single or dual PD for up to 60 W.

Vigitron Inc

13906-T Sparren Ave., San Diego, CA, 92129, USA

Original Press Release

Vigitron Introduces Vi2202, 2-Port High Power Midspan

Press release date: April 23, 2014

Vigitron introduces the Vi2202, a 2-port 60W PoE Midspan, designed to meet the growing requirements of high power IP cameras. Its built-in power supply enables each port to provide up to aggregated 60W. For higher power applications, it can be combined with Vi1120 external power supply to provide up to 60W PoE on each port.

The Vi2202 Midspan is compliant to IEE 802.3af/at. It also supports most nonstandard PoE loads with a single or dual PD for up to 60W. It is tested and proven to be compatible with PTZ dome cameras manufactured by Axis, Sony, and Hikvision that require PoE power greater than 30W.

Because of its compact size and dual port design, it has the ability to power two cameras from a single power source to save installation costs.

Vigitron is a full IP infrastructure provider. In addition to exceptional quality products, we also provide free design services to assure the most cost effective and reliable infrastructure design for your IP CCTV projects.

For more information on Vigitron's product and services, please visit our website at www.vigitron.com or email us at support@vigitron.com.

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