LongReach CCTV IP PoE Extender Kit, 600m 500115

Specifications
Environment
Devices
Transmission
Standard supported
PoE Power
Connectors
LED Indicators
Maximum Distance
RJ45 Pin
Configuration
Reverse Polarity
Sensitive. Use EIA/TIA
568A or 586B straightthrough wiring.
Cable
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Temperature
Enclosure
Dimensions
Weight
Compliance
Warranty
Order Information
Accessories
PoE CCTV IP
PoE CCTV IP cameras with a 10/100Mb/s Ethernet port, using up to 30
Watts.
Transparent to the user
Ethernet side:
IEEE 802.3 10BaseT,
IEEE 802.3U 100Base-TX
IEEE 802.3af/at compatible PoE
Class 3
One (1) BNC 75 Ohms.
One (1) RJ45S for Cat 5e/6 unshielded or shielded twisted pair.
Power, IP Traffic, 100MBps
RG6:
Up to 1969ft (600m) @ 100Mbps (with PoE)
Up to 3281ft (1000m) with IP only (without PoE)
UTP Cat 5e/6:
Up to 330ft (100 m)
Note: When installed in an electrically noisy environment, an STP
cable must be used. Also, cross-connection reduces the effective
distance depending on the grade of twisted cable used.
RJ45 Link
Pin 1 (R) Pin 2 (T)
Pin 3 (R) Pin 6 (T)
Pin 4 (R) Pin 5 (T)
Pin 7 (R) Pin 8 (T)
UTP/STP: One (1) Cat 5e/6 or better twisted pair cables required
RG59/RG6: 75 Ohms (avoid CCS cable)
Optional Power Supply (110-240V/56VDC) min.65W (sold separately).
Required at the Camera Side Device when coax cable quality or
length results in insufficient power reaching the camera. Required
at the Network Side Device when used in a non-PoE environment.
Network Side: 3.2 Watt
Camera Side: 3.0 Watt
Operating: 0° to 60°C
Storage: -20° to 85°C
Humidity: Up to 95% non-condensing
Metal
3.54/3.11” x 1.65” x 0.87” (90/79 x 42 x 22 mm)
0.78 lb (0.354 kg)
Regulatory: FCC, CE, RoHS
Flammability: 94V0
2 years
500115 CCTV IP PoE Extender Kit, 600m
500116-(US/UK/EU) 56VDC 65W PSU (sold separately)
LongReach CCTV IP PoE
Extender Kit, 600m
500115
Quick Installation Guide
Overview
The LongReach CCTV IP PoE Extender Kit, 600m (500115) allows one IP camera (up
to 30 Watts) to be connected up to 1969ft (600m) via a single 75-ohm coax cable in a
point-to-point configuration. The maximum distance depends on the grade and quality
of coaxial cable used, and if PoE is used. An optional 56VDC (65W) Power Supply
(sold separately) can be used if required, which also helps to extend distance.
Applications
CCTV IP surveillance
Installation
1.
Identify the connectors on the Extenders as indicated on the product labels.
2.
Position each unit in the intended installation location.
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Toll Free (North America): (877) 689-5228
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3.
Verify that the distance between the CCTV IP PoE extenders is within MuxLab
specifications (see Specifications table).
4.
To install the Network Side Device:
4a. Connect the extender to the PoE Ethernet Switch with a UTP Cable.
Note: If the Ethernet Switch is not PoE; you will need to connect an optional
56VDC (65W) Power Supply (sold separately) to the Network Side Device.
4b. Connect one (1) length of RG59 or RG6 coaxial cable to the COAX
LINK connector on the Extender.
5.
To install the Camera Side Device:
5a. Connect the extender to the camera with a Cat5e/6 cable.
Note: If the quality or length of the coaxial cable reduces the power to a level
that is insufficient to power the camera, you will need to connect a separate
48-56VDC (with appropriate wattage, depending on camera) Power Supply to
the Camera Side Device.
5b. Connect one (1) length of RG59 or RG6 coaxial cable to the COAX
LINK connector on the Extender.
6.
Power on the equipment and verify the image quality. The following is a diagram
of a typical configuration.
Troubleshooting
The following table describes some of the symptoms, probable causes and possible solutions
in respect to the installation of the LongReach CCTV IP PoE Extender Kit, 600m:
Symptom
Tables
Network Side
Camera Side
LEDs
LEDs
Power IP Traffic Power IP Traffic
Probable Cause
No Image
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
No power
No Image
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Coaxial Cable
No Image
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Distance
No Image
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
UTP Cable
No Image
ON
ON
ON
ON
No Traffic
Choppy Image
ON
BLINK
ON
BLINK
Distance
Possible
Solutions
• Check if the Ethernet
switch is PoE.
• Check the power
connection.
• Check the coaxial
cable.
• Check the coaxial
cable length and
quality.
• Check the UTP Cable
pin out.
• Check network
configuration.
• Check cable length
• Check the coaxial
cable quality.
If you still cannot diagnose the problem, please call MuxLab Customer Technical Support at
877-689-5228 (toll-free in North America) or (+1) 514-905-0588 (International).
Typical resistance for RG59 is 17Ω/100m, RG6 is 13Ω/100m and RG11 is 4.9Ω/100m
© MuxLab Inc. 2017
© MuxLab Inc. 2017
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