EOC (Ethernet Over Coax, also known as IP over Coax) Converter is used to transmit Video & Audio & Data over existing coaxial cables.Features with POE & IP data transmission, LINOVISION EOC converter is designed to upgrade traditional analogue video surveillance system to IP surveillance system without replacing coaxial cables. It is working with POE IP cameras, POE Wi-Fi AP, VoIP phones, etc.
3 Main Reasons to Use Linovision POE IP Over Coax Converters
Upgrade traditional analog camera system to IP surveillance system without replacing existing coaxial cable (RG59 cable)
There are some situations that users need to transmit PoE power and data over ultra long distance, for example, power a remote security camera from 500 meters (or 1,640ft) away (from one building to another building), or supply power to a PoE IoT device from one side to another side of an underwater tube. The regular PoE extender will extend 100 meters only. With Linovision innovative EOC solution, it makes this possible to transmit PoE power and data over max. 1,000 meters (or 3,300ft) through regular Cat5e or Cat6 cable, this will reduce thousands of dollars in cabling cost.
There are some locations that without network cables but still need POE power and data transmission, for example elevator carts in many buildings, or doorbell cables, LINOVISION EOC converters is perfect for this application. It can transmit POE power and IP data over coax RG59 cable, twisted pair cable, doorbell cable, telephone cable, or even power cables. The remote connected device can be IP cameras, IP Video intercoms, IP phones, or IP controllers, etc.
Unique Features compared with other products in the market
EOC Transmission Performance
The 2022 version EOC converter supports POE IP data transmission over twist pair cable, such as Cat5E/Cat6 cable, power line, RS485 cable, etc. BNC to Twist pair connectors are required in this connection. This function is widely used in elevator application.
1. Upgrade traditional analogue system to IP surveillance system while using existing coaxial cable(RG59 cable)
2. Power + Data transmission to POE VoIP Phone over coax / twist pair cables
3. Power + Data bi-direction transmission to POE Wi-Fi AP (48V POE device only)
4. Ethernet data extender up to 1,000 meters (3,300 ft) over coax cable or twist pair cables (Bandwidth will be lowered to 10Mbps over 300 meters)
5. POE power + Data transmission over twist pair cables (connector is included in package)
6. POE power + Data transmission for non-POE DC12V Devices
7. For many elevators there are no ethernet cables and no camera powers in the elevator cart, LINOVISION EOC converters is perfect for this application. It can transmit POE power and IP data over coaxial or twist pair cable. One passive EOC-transmitter will be put inside the elevator cart to feed camera or signal board, and one EOC-receiver will be in the control room, powered by POE switch/POE injector/POE NVR. For multiple elevators application, one EOC-Switch04 or EOC-Switch24 will be put in the control room, working together with max 8 elevators.
Use good quality IEEE802.3at 30W PoE switch to provide POE power to our EOC-Receiver, preferred with the DC53V input voltage, instead of regular 48V input voltage. Please also check the PoE budget of the PoE Switch, and make sure that the port individually can output 30W PoE power. (Most PoE Switches in the market do not support all ports at 30W POE output). Use point-to-point direct coaxial cable. The cable and connector quality will heavily affect the transmission distance. Please make sure to connect EOC-Receiver to the POE switch, and then connect the PoE cameras to the EOC-Transmitter side. The PoE output from the EOC-Transmitter is PoE mode A (use Pin 1,2,3, 6 for both data and power). If your PoE device is PoE mode B, please use our POE-Splitter or PoE-Extender02. The PoE output is standard IEEE802.3af/at PoE, and not compatible with 24V passive PoE devices.
Linovision EOC-Converter’s advantages over other products in the market.
Linovision EOC-Converter VS Motorola MoCA Adapter or StarTech EOC1110K
Linovision EOC-Converter can transmit both PoE power and ethernet data, while MoCA adapter does not support.
Linovision EOC-Converter VS Axis T8640 or Veracity Highwire Powerstar or DUALCOMM DECA-200
Quite similar, but Linovision EOC-Converter can transmit PoE and data up to 3,300ft distance, while others is 1,000ft.
Linovision EOC-Converter VS Altronix eBridge1PCRMT
Quite similar, but Linovision EOC-Converter can transmit PoE and data up to 3,300ft distance, while Altronix eBridge is 1,640ft.
Linovision EOC-Converter VS Enconn Mini-Power
Quite similar, but Linovision EOC-Converter can transmit PoE and data up to 3,300ft distance, while Enconn is only 800ft.
|Technical Specification||Table header 1|
|Function Port||1*10/100 Mbps Base-TX 1*BNC|
|Transmission Bandwidth||RG59 coaxial cable: 400m/100Mbps, 1000m/10Mbps|
|PoE Protocol||IEEE802.3af, IEEE802.3at|
|Network Standard||IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u, IEEE802.3x|
|Lightning Protection||Common Mode 4KV |
Differential Mode 2KV
|Operating Temperature||–30°C to 65°C (–22°F to 149 °F )|
|Dimension (WxDxH) each||79mm×52mmx23mm (3.1" x 2.0" x 0.9")|
|Weight (each)||61g (0.134lbs)|
The device works. BUT a warning. For some reason it changes the MAC address of the attached camera so that static IP address assignments for the known MAC address of the camera (in the main router) no longer work. Just very odd. I was previously using a more expensive EoC device that did not do this.
I ordered 4 pairs to run Ubiquiti IP cameras over pre-existing coax lines. They've been working perfectly for years without issues, regardless of swings in temps and humidity.
Installed over 100 of cat6, 100 RG6 and 50 RG59 all connected and barreled together. It worked immediately without any issues. This was for a Luma IP 110 series camera. Poe worked well
Honestly, I can't believe this works. I had old coax/BNC cables from an analog camera and I was not looking forward to rewiring it. I've switched PoIP cameras and did not want to run two separate systems. Once I cut the wire that was going into the old cameras I figured there was no chance this would work. The hardest part was finding the right wire to connect...but once I found it, it just worked. I now have a new IP camera in the old spot. The only thing that is worth noting if it's an issue for you is that the converter is exposed. Meaning someone could tamper with it. It's not a problem for me but could be for someone. Highly recommend.
If you're looking at using this item, you may well have coaxial cable running to a CCTV camera and wanting to put a POE camera at the end of that run.
I have a coax cable run by the builder, and would be unable to run ethernet without tearing down quite a lot of the structure. I used this to install a Ubiquiti POE camera at the end of the run.
I used these to create a coax cable bridge for both ethernet and POE, just as the instructions said. Ubiquiti reports the camera connected at 100 Mbps speed. The POE is connected only at the non-camera end of the run, and powers both transducers as well as the camera.