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Ethernet Repeater handles PoE power up to 60 W.

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Press Release Summary:

July 22, 2014 - Designed for applications requiring transmission of both video and PoE with distances up to 656 ft, Vi3002 Ethernet and PoE ++ Repeater fits in tight spaces such as conduits, standard, and weatherproof enclosures. Patent pending Pass-Through-PoE technology enables repeater to be used with most PTZ IP cameras by major manufacturers requiring more than standard 802.3at (30 W) power inputs.

Vigitron Inc

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

Original Press Release

New Compact Ethernet and 60W PoE++ Repeater

Press release date: July 16, 2014

Vigitron introduces the new compact Vi3002 Ethernet and PoE ++ Repeater. The Vi3002 is designed for applications that require extended distance transmission of both IP video and PoE with distances up to 656ft. (200m).
It is extremely compact size which is designed to fit into tight spaces such as conduits, standard, and weatherproof enclosures. It uses Vigitron's Patent Pending Pass-Through-PoE technology to handle PoE power up to 60W. This feature enables the Vi3002 to be used with most high performance PTZ IP camera by major manufactures requiring more than the standard 802.3at (30W) power inputs. 

The Vi3002 can be combined with Vigitron's complete product line of IP infrastructure products to provide the most cost effective and reliable infrastructure solutions for any CCTV or IT application.

Vigitron is the world's leader in IP video infrastructure technology and services. Our products are supported by certification testing and the industry's most extensive warranty. We offer free Project Design Services to save you time and money, while assuring optimized and flawless implementation of your CCTV.

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