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These miniature data modems transport an RS-232, RS-422, or RS-485 data signal on a pair of fibers. Available in multi-mode and single-mode versions, they are packaged in a DSub connector-size package.

The 9003-2 chassis is a compact rugged enclosure for standalone applications of 9000 series rack-mount models. Four mounting holes are provided for attaching to vertical flat surfaces.

The 911xD series models transport one high quality video over one optical fiber. They provide digital quality video transmission in simple, easy-to-use packages.

The 9191D series modules digitize and transport two videos and one simplex High-Speed port over one optical fiber in one direction.

The 922xD series models transport one video signal and one duplex data signal over one optical fiber. They combine high-quality digital video transmission with duplex PTZ or other serial data in one easy-to-use unit.

The 924xD series modules digitize and transport one video, one duplex data, and two Option Module channels operating in both directions over one optical fiber. The dedicated data channel and two user selected option data types make this model pair a flexible and powerful solution.

The 928xD series modules digitize and transport one video plus duplex data in “up the coax”-type camera control systems such as the Panasonic Proteus™, Pelco, TOA and other similar systems over one optical fiber.

The 9292D series modules digitize and transport two video channels, four 100Mb/s Fast Ethernet channels, a duplex High-Speed port data channel, and two duplex Option Module channels over one optical fiber.

Ideal for remoting computer or video display screens from their video source, the 9311 transports RGB with Sync-on-Green, separate Composite Sync (CS), or separate Horizontal and Vertical (VS) Sync on three fibers.

The 942xD series modules digitize and transport two video channels, one duplex High-Speed port data channel, and two Option Module channels over one optical fiber, with the Option Module channels operating in both directions.

The 9482D card digitizes and transports four “Up-the-Coax” video channels, two duplex data channels, and a duplex high-speed port over one optical fiber.

These drop and insert data modems support special features that make them extremely adaptable for many types of systems. Two fully independent, user-configurable data ports on each modem support the operation of two devices on the same logical data link.

These drop and insert data modems support special features that make them extremely adaptable for many types of systems. In addition to the user-configurable data port, there is a buffered RS-232 port available for expanding to additional rings or daisy chains.

These data modems transport eight channels of RS-232 data signal on one or two fibers. They are available in multi-mode and single-mode optical versions and rack-mount or standalone packages.

These Option Module host cards provide optical transport for four or eight duplex option module channels and make complex system configuration easy by supporting nearly any combination of four or eight data, audio, contact closures, or intercom channels on one fiber.

The 9701D models digitize and transport four video signals and three data channels over one optical fiber in one direction. The use of 10-bit video sampling provides extremely high video quality.

The 9741D models digitize and transport four video signals and three duplex data channels over one optical fiber. The use of 10-bit video sampling provides extremely high video quality.

The 9752D video/data transceivers use one optical fiber for simultaneous transmission of eight unidirectional camera signals, three simplex data signals and two simplex high-speed data signals.

The 9762D video/data transceivers use one optical fiber for simultaneous transmission of four unidirectional camera signals, three simplex data signals and four duplex option module signals.

The 9771D series adds Ethernet transport capabilities to fiber systems. With the addition of Ethernet devices at remote locations, providing Ethernet transport on your existing system without installing new fiber, can reduce costs substantially. The Y versions operate on one fiber using WDM techniques.

The 9782D video/data transceivers use one optical fiber for simultaneous transmission of eight unidirectional camera signals, three simplex data signals and two duplex high-speed data signals. The use of 10-bit video sampling provides extremely high video quality over long distances.

The 9900 network management software package includes 9911-NMS serial management, 9941-NMS Ethernet management, and 9900-SNMP support packages.

A pair of 9971-C interface cards supports transport of a 10Mb Ethernet link on a duplex high-speed port. Many 9000 series data and video transport cards offer duplex high-speed ports supporting the 9971-C. The 9971-C can be added to SpectraStream CWDM systems when CWDM-compatible duplex host cards are used in the system.

The option module is a small, plug-in circuit card module that offers the capacity to transport various signal types over a fiber transmission link. The option module is only available for selected fiber optic transmitter and receiver models of the 9000 series.

The SpectraStream™ combines Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing (CWDM) fiber technology with Optelecom digital video multiplexer/demultiplexer cards to transmit between 4 and 128 channels of high-quality, real-time video signals (bidirectionally) over one optical fiber.

These preconfigured, assembled, and tested SpectraStream systems utilize CWDM techniques to transport up to 128 channels of uncompressed live video on one fiber.

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