Lorawan Smart Farm Solution

Andy Chen
Enjoy More Productive and Cost-effective Farming with Linovision

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How to upgrade analog cameras to IP with old coax? Operate modern cameras on old wiring with PoE over Coax technology.

Frank Kong
An obstacle to upgrading surveillance systems is the need for new cabling. It can cost you tremendous time and effort. LINOVISION offers a solution by reusing legacy coax. Plug adapters in. Require no power cable. All detection and setup are automatic. Works like a charm. Great time/labor saver. MUCH CHEAPER than MoCA!!!

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Optimize the Bulk Storage of Grain via Linovision Carbon Dioxide Monitoring Solution

saki shao
Recently, the global food supply has been facing an increasing food shortage, driven by the growing global population, persistent conflict, COVID-19-related economic shocks, and weather extremes. Despite the need for additional food, lots of grain is lost after harvesting, mainly caused by spoilage due to mould or insect infestation during storage, which leads to huge food waste and financial loss. To help optimize the bulk storage of grain, Linovision offers a CO2 monitoring solution to help prevent mould or insect infestation, ensure the quality of the stored grain, and prevent economic losses for farmers.

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LINOVISION PoE and Long Distance PoE Solutions

Amo Chen

Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology has been using Cat 5e/Cat 6 Ethernet cables to transport electric power over a single data connection for years. This technology allows for a safe and responsive installation that does a great job collecting data as well as transmitting power, all at a reasonable cost.

PoE helps power such nodes and devices as VoIP phones, wireless access points, LED lighting systems, surveillance products, industrial controls, and network switches, using just one Ethernet cable. In fact, PoE powers at least a third of Internet of Things (IOT) devices, which today number in the billions. Smart homes, IP security systems, digital signs, and accuracy monitoring sensors in industrial settings all benefit from PoE technology. One of the main benefits of PoE is the labor cost savings experienced by not having to run separate electrical lines and outlets everywhere a device needs to be powered.  And many people or businesses use PoE when they need to connect to an outdoor power source since it’s safer than standard electrical cabling.

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Industrial 8-Port Full Gigabit POE Switch for Solar System

Amo Chen
8 port full gigabit one-key ring industrial unmanaged switch allows wide voltage input(DC 12-48V), which enables 12V/24V DC solar power input. It provides 8*10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet PoE port and 2*1000Base-X SFP slots. It supports auto speed reduction on Ethernet ports, the transmission distance is up to 200 meters(660ft) max. Support IEEE 802.3af/at and PoE Watchdog, realizing the function of PoE camera drop detection & automatic reboot, which reduces maintenance costs.

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What is PoE Ethernet-over-Coax?

Amo Chen

As old coax CCTV surveillance system getting old and the IP system being more popular,If you want to upgrade analog system to IP surveillance system while using existing coaxial cable.the Ethernet-over-Coax(EOC)technology is the best way for you. 

eoc conventer

 How does Ethernet-Over-Coax Works?

In short, Ethernet-over-Coax allows you to transmit digital IP signals, normally carried by an Ethernet cable, over the analog coax cables already have. It does this by using two special Ethernet-over-Coax converters(transmitter and receiver) – one allowing you to connect the network camera to the coaxial cable itself, and another allowing you to connect the coax cable directly to the IP network. IP cameras are widely known to have a wider variety of features and benefits, and more powerful capability, than analog cameras, and Ethernet-over-Coax allows you to make use of those features without needing to make a massive switch to an entirely-digital system.

PoE over Coax guide page

 What are the benefits of Ethernet-Over-Coax ?

The most obvious benefit of ethernet-over-coax is that it simply makes the upgrade to IP cameras much easier and cheaper, as you don’t need to rip out any existing wiring in the walls, which drives up installation time, cost and hassle. IP cameras can essentially just be attached to the network in an almost plug-and-play fashion.

Once hooked up, you’ll be able to use virtually all the functions and features generally associated with IP cameras, such as increased resolution, faster speeds, and PTZ functions.

Ethernet-over-Coax also works with Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE), allowing you to supply power over your previous systems existing coax cables, giving you even more flexibility and capability. For example, by properly connecting to a PoE switch, you get all the features and efficient power management that PoE generally provides. You can even add extra local power to the adapter, allowing the system to power even higher-power cameras. (Power-over-Coax technology does exist on its own, but you it’s still rare to find in most security system setups, due to little need for it).  LINOVISION EOC Converter

Below is the system topology

EOC application

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