The Rising Trend: EMC Regulations and Integration With Industrial Ethernet Equipment

It may need a tremendous amount of network devices to build a complete video surveillance system, together with the complicated cabling networks that connecting all the equipment. This may cause the complexity of electromagnetic interference and affect the total performance of the system. Therefore, electromagnetic compatibility of the electronic equipment should not be negligible when the video surveillance system is applied to environments with high-voltage current, such as power plant, factory, transportation and infrastructure. EMC stands for electromagnetic compatibility. This means electromagnetic energy generated by the equipment is neither interfering to other equipments nor accept the electromagnetic energy interference of other equipment.

Axis Expands Its Physical Access Control Offering With Card Reader

Axis Communications, the global leader in network video surveillance, today introduces AXIS A4011-E Reader. The reader has an ergonomic design with an illuminated keypad and clearly identifiable symbols. It supports touch-free entry with most entry card formats and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor installation. AXIS A4011-E will be featured in the Axis booth (#1023) at ASIS International in Atlanta from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1.