Perfect for bandwidth-intensive applications the CopperLink™ 1214E delivers off-the-chart symmetrical line rates greater than 168 Mbps. Best of all—like all CopperLink™ products—the CL1214E leverages existing copper infrastructure to deliver high speed Ethernet connectivity over single twisted-pair or Cat 5e/6/7 cable.
Four user-selectable configuration profiles—combined with Patton’s auto-rate adaptation feature—ensure maximum achievable symmetrical or asymmetrical rates for the installed noise environment, wire gauge/type and length.
Symmetrical line-rate settings are ideal for such applications as remote LAN extension, video teleconferencing, and data backhaul.
Asymmetrical configurations are well-suited for applications requiring higher downstream speeds and/or longer distances between Ethernet devices. Typical asymmetrical scenarios include medical imaging, livestock monitoring, underwater video, internet gaming, and transporting high-resolution IP video from security cameras.
Realize fiber-like speed and distance without the expense of fiber with Patton’s Ultra-High-Speed CopperLink™ Ethernet Extenders.
Typical Application A built-in 4-port Ethernet switch makes the CopperLink 1214E ideal for delivering multiple IP information streams over a single cable. For example, at a guardhouse or security kiosk, you could aggregate IP data from a laptop, a motion sensor, and two high resolution IP video cameras for simultaneous transmission over a single Ethernet connection.
Combining data flows from up to four network-enabled devices onto a single twisted pair, the Model 1214E can deliver IP traffic up to 1.8 miles (3 km) away—well beyond the standard 328-foot (100-meter) Ethernet distance limitation.
With achievable line rates up to 168 Mbps, the CopperLink 1214E eliminates the bandwidth constraints commonly experienced with other copper-based transmission technologies. The Model 1214E is engineered to re-use existing infrastructure previously employed in legacy applications including alarm circuits, E1/T1 circuits, RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, CCTV and CATV. Many newer cabling standards are also supported, including Cat 5e, Cat 6, and Cat 7.