Ortronics/Legrand and Berk-Tek, a Nexans Company, have expanded their NetClear structured cabling offerings to incl...
March 10, 2007
Ortronics/Legrand and Berk-Tek, a Nexans Company, have expanded their NetClear structured cabling offerings to include security and surveillance applications with the introduction of NetClear ESS (Electronic Safety and Security).
According to the two companies, NetClear ESS provides added value for the security and surveillance market as technology evolves to include IP-enabled devices such as CCTV cameras, access control and other building automation systems.
“Utilizing a UTP-based structured cabling system allows all types of cameras to be networked through the installation of the latest passive and active components,” the two said in a release.
“NetClear ESS offers both UTP and fiber optic systems, which can be configured uniquely for each environment, depending on camera type, distance, and required bandwidth and application.”
Ortronics/Legrand and Berk-Tek will take part in a technical educational presentation entitled, Future proof CCTV Cable Installations at the upcoming ISC West Conference in Las Vegas March 28-30.