Press Release Summary:
Protected in NEMA 4X enclosure, DW900-O long-range 900 Mhz wireless bridge has maximum line-of-sight range of 25 miles, or up to 1 mile in dense non-line-of-sight. It delivers RF transmission rate of 1.5 Mbps and offers interference mitigation tools, 128-bit encryption, and automatically hops frequencies to find best channel. Kit includes 2 radios, power supplies, 11 dBi antennas, CAT4 cables, and POE injectors as well as mounting equipment.
Original Press Release:
Dotworkz Introduces 900 MHz Wireless Bridge for PTZ Cameras
Dotworkz 900Mhz Wireless Bridge Kit Allows Control of PTZ Cameras from Up to 25 Miles Away
SAN DIEGO, CA, January 18, 2008 -- Dotworkz, a worldwide leader in surveillance video monitoring equipment and design, today introduced the new DW900-O, a long-range 900Mhz wireless bridge for security system integrators seeking to deploy and implement Wi-Fi video surveillance networks utilizing PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) IP-based cameras.
Protected within a fully weatherized NEMA 4X enclosure, the DW900-O has a maximum LOS (Line of Sight) range of 25 miles or up to one mile in dense NLOS (Non Line of Sight), making it ideal for outdoor applications requiring the high-speed transfer of video streams from multiple camera locations along with wireless control of PTZ functions. The DW900-O delivers an RF transmission rate of 1.5 Mbs, plus offers interference mitigation tools and the security of 128-bit encryption. It is compatible with PTZ and fixed IP network cameras from Axis, Sony, Toshiba and other major manufacturers.
Operating on the unlicensed 900Mhz band, the DW900- O automatically "hops" frequencies to find the best channel to transmit from. Once selected, the radio channel is adaptively optimized to assure the most reliable operation.
To maximize total return on investment, the DW900-O kit comes fully configured with all the components needed to quickly enable a wireless link, including two (2): radios, power supplies, 11dBi antennas, CAT5 cables, POE injectors, and all necessary mounting equipment. It can be deployed as either a point-to-point or point-to-multipoint cameras control system depending on antenna configurations.
For more information contact Dotworkz, 3688 Midway Drive, San Diego, California 92110. Or phone (619) 224-LIVE (5483). On the web, www.dotworkz.com.
Since 1998 Dotworkz has been focused on network based video product designs, introducing the first PTZ controllable streaming network camera on the West Coast. Dotworkz has evolved with the security industry to provide partners worldwide with reliable, state of the art video monitoring hardware and design services. It has introduced many cutting edge products including innovative environmental enclosures and high-performance wireless video systems that have been instrumental in the development of critical video infrastructure for defense, homeland security, transportation and private interests.