A low cost access solution, ideal for stock rooms, secure offices.
IPmitters - wireless IP CCTV transmission
Wireless transmission of IP CCTV between buildings
On many installations you will often find that the CCTV has to cover areas
that are hard to cable, typically where the main CCTV system is in one
building but other satellite buildings also need to be covered by CCTV.
So how do you connect IP CCTV systems in a separate building together?
One option is simply to cable them, but this could involve digging trenches or
running overhead catenary wires. This can be both costly and disruptive which
is where a wireless IP link is by far the most attractive solution.
These wireless IP bridges are far more cost effective than running cables and
much faster to deploy so they are more often than not the preferred choice for
most installers where cabling is just too difficult.
Budget IPmitter Bridges
All 3 IPmitter models boast a superb easy pairing method which means you
can set up the IPmitter without needing a laptop or PC to set up its IP
address, perfect for getting the job done more efficiently and without
needing a dedicated IP technician to do the install. This Budget model
has a data transfer rate of 300Mbs using the 2.4 GHz frequency and is
aimed at smaller cost-conscious installations.
Standard IPmitter Bridges
The Standard model has a faster data transfer rate of 450Mbs and uses
the less crowded 5.8 GHz frequency so is less likely to be fighting for
airspace in locations with a lot of Wi-Fi equipment. Its faster data
transfer rate means it can link bigger IP CCTV systems together more
effectively than the budget one.
PRO IPmitter Bridges
The PRO model IPmitter is a top of the range IP bridge and boasts an
ultra-fast 900Mbs data transfer rate, the uncrowded 5.8Ghz band and also
a 48V PoE connection for easy and rapid deployment in PoE systems. The
Budget and Standard IPmitter use 'Passive PoE' which is 24V not 48V so
these are supplied with their own PSU.
Our wireless video transmitters are back!
New VideoMitters - MiniMItters
Antennas for extra range
Antennas Connection Leads
Zendit Wireless Keyfob, Keypad & Receiver
Zendit Wireless Keyfob, Keypad & Receiver Sets
The Zendit range includes 1, 2, 3, 4ch keyfobs, wireless keypads and 3 models of
Receiver. Typical uses are to operate door releases for access control, switch on
and off lights even activate bellboxes.
Zendit Keyfob Range
Available as 1, 2, 3, 4 button designs in black or white with a handy
sliding guard to prevent false activations.
The 1ch is a popular choice as a panic button when used with the wall-mount
Great to use as an alternative or in addition to a keyfob to
trigger up to 2 channels on the Zendit receiver, these wireless
keypads can be used in or outdoors and work up to a 100M
These Zendit Receivers pair with our keyfobs and keypads in
seconds for complete wireless control. The 4ch models even have 4
push button controls on the front emulating the keyfob being
activated. Great for local control perhaps by a Receptionist.
Zendit Keyfob & Keypad Kits
Need a few items from the range? Save some money with these
pre-configured kit combos! They're a ready-made solution for
virtually any install.
Great for discrete use against the outside of a building where the
connected transmitter might be housed in an external enclosure (see
below). Omni-directional beams give a full 360° transmission radius
which can be handy when sending the signal from 1 transmitter to
multiple receivers in an area.
Semi Directional beams give around a 30° transmission radius, handy
if you have 2 transmitters in close proximity as it can avoid cross
interference. This antenna suits semi-sheltered use in a porch or barn
and connects directly to the new MiniMit TX/RX pair.
Extension cables to fit the TX and RX of the VideoMitters and are used
to connect antennas which do not have a direct connection. They allow
the antennas to be sited a distance away from the actual TX/RX units
(that could be mounted indoors or in a loft space)