Altronix is showcasing its new NetWay 802.3BT Series of Managed Midspan/Injectors at GSX 2019. Capable of delivering up to 90W per port, these new midspans are currently available with 4 or 8 ports and include battery charging for applications requiring backup and embedded LINQ™ Technology to monitor, control, and report power and diagnostics from anywhere over the network.
Altronix is introducing its new Tango1B, PoE Driven Power Supply/Charger with Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Backup here at GSX 2019. This game-changing power solution significantly reduces the overall costs to deploy access control and security devices by eliminating the need for a licensed electrician. 12VDC or 24VDC devices can be powered simultaneously via 802.3bt PoE input.
Altronix is featuring its new Maximal Fit series of access power controllers at GSX 2019. These units provide system designers and integrators with a more compact and economical alternative to our popular Maximal series. Designed to save valuable wall space, the new compact Maximal Fit Series includes models with single or dual power supply/chargers with or without sub-assemblies and accessories.
Altronix released their new NetWay5B 5-Port Hardened Switch. This compact IP switch is designed to mount in virtually any Altronix enclosure and easily combines multiple IP devices over a single Ethernet cable. It is especially suitable in their Trove series where multiple IP access controllers from the industry’s leading manufacturers are deployed. NetWay5B greatly reduces installation costs by eliminating the need and costs associated with running dedicated cables for each deployed device.
Altronix is showcasing its new additions to the Trove™ Access and Power Integration Series at ISC West 2019. These new Trove models meet the industry’s growing demand for rack-mounted configurations that save space, which is highly desirable for use in data centers and MDF/IDF locations where real estate is at a premium. Trove easily combines Altronix power with access controllers from the leading manufacturers, simplifying board layout and wire management, while providing extreme flexibility and scalability.
Altronix is showcasing its industry-leading line of NetWay™ solutions at ISC West 2019. New NetWay products on display include three new 8-port Midspans with more power, a Gigabit (1Gb) Ethernet repeater for extended cable runs, and a versatile 5-port Ethernet switch that significantly reduces installation and equipment costs. The NetWay8BT provides up to 90W power per port (480W total) for the most demanding Hi-PoE IEEE 802.3bt compliant devices, such as multi-sensor megapixel cameras or PoE lighting.
Watch Altronix’s informative video series on the company’s line of infrastructure solutions. The videos provide informative and clear overviews on the benefits of eBridge™ Ethernet over Coax Products, Pace™ Long Range Ethernet Adapters and NetWay™ PoE Solutions. A video on eBridge shows just how easy it is to upgrade and expand security and surveillance utilizing coax.
Altronix introduces industry’s first Lithium Iron Phosphate battery backup solution that delivers maximum performance, and lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Now available in Altronix’s new series of NetWay™ Spectrum PoE+ Switches, these optimized chargers accommodate LiFePO4 batteries with significantly longer shelf life and much more efficient charge cycles than conventional sealed lead acid (SLA) batteries. The new series of switches utilize a single LiFePO4 battery for PoE backup versus four SLA batteries, greatly reducing service and maintenance.
Altronix is showcasing the latest power and data transmission solutions designed for professional security applications at Intersec 2019. Featured products include an enhanced line of NetWay™ Midspan/Injectors, NetWay™ Spectrum Hardened Switches and its expanded Trove™ Access and Power Integration products available in wall mount, rackmount and outdoor configurations.
Mission 500 recently hosted a service trip in Ponce, Puerto Rico where volunteers from the professional security industry worked on repairing the homes of two families still suffering from the effects of hurricane Maria which caused $92 billion in damage in October of 2017. Volunteers spent several days repairing roofs, siding and plumbing; installing new windows; and removing trees capable of causing additional damage to the affected structures.