Wi-Fi/LTE Switches

Organization of wireless video transmission using outdoor TFortis switches.

Do you need to organize a video surveillance system, but there is no way to lay an optical or copper line? There is a possibility, but is there a high probability that the cable will be immediately damaged? Integrators of video surveillance systems often have such a task.

A typical example is a construction site. Video surveillance will help to ensure control over compliance with security requirements, exclude the possibility of theft, identify factors affecting the delivery date of an object, and much more.

But how to organize a video surveillance system without wires?

TFortis has a ready-made solution: The PSW-1-45-WiFi switch allows you to connect 4 IP cameras with PoE power supply and organize data transfer without wires. To do this, you can connect a Wi-Fi or LTE router to the switch directly without adapters through the port with Passive PoE 24V. If the remote video surveillance object and the observation post are in line of sight, then it is more expedient to opt for using a WiFi access point. If there is no line of sight, but the remote surveillance object is within the coverage area of ​​GSM networks, then choose an LTE modem.

Solution examples Connecting video cameras with WiFi

Outdoor PoE Switch PSW-1-45-WiFi in conjunction with the Ubiquiti Nanostation Loco M2 access point.


Connecting video cameras with LTE

Outdoor PoE switch PSW-1-45-WiFi in conjunction with a MikroTik SXT LTE outdoor router.


Connecting video cameras with WiFi/LTE

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