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KBC Networks to highlight fibre and mobile surveillance systems at ISC West

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KBC Networks will be present at ISC West 2020 with its industrial transmission and remote power solutions on booth 29093 from 17-20 March.

Well known in the industry for its trusted fibre transmission solutions, KBC will highlight its broad range of fibre products, including direct replacements for the discontinued IFS and Fibre Options legacy products.

KBC’s fibre optic range offers multimode and single-mode solutions for static and PTZ cameras; industrial data systems including RS-485, 232 and 422 telemetry; single and multi-channel contact closure and Ethernet media conversion including Power over Ethernet. Solutions include simple point-to-point transmission links, self-healing ring, daisy chain and BUS to custom-build, multi-interface modems with provision for up to 128 real-time video signals plus other signals over a single fibre.

The range supports video, audio, data, Ethernet, telephone, contact closure, DVI, HD-SDI, 3G-SDI and USB and features 8- or 10-bit digitally encoded video transmission.

Designed for faster installation and to maximise product density, KBC fibre products are available in compact, wall-mount, DIN rail, 19” rack and cards for 3U or 4U chassis. Built to perform in non-conditioned environments, they are housed in industrially hardened casings and have extended operating temperatures.

Also on display this year will be the newest Mobile Surveillance Systems (MSS). After successfully introducing the MSS at ISC West last year, KBC will debut a fixed base unit available for stand-alone design or multiple unit installations. This custom configured solution is ideal for applications requiring semi-permanent or mid to long term video, audio and data security.

Both the Mobile and Fixed Base Surveillance Systems are fully compatible with KBC industrial transmission products, including the gigabit wireless and ThruLink hardware-based VPN device.

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