Commercial Security Fibre Optic Transmission

  • Longer Cable Distances
  • Multiple Cameras on one core
  • Higher Quality Pictures
  • Better Reliability
  • Reduced Maintenance Costs
  • High Speed Data Transmission for both Access Control CCTV Systems and Perimeter Systems
  • Gigabit Transmission
  • Multiple Protocols
  • Data Security & Safety

Many see Fibre Optic as an expensive option for Security System data/video transmission, however, when you start to look into it, fibre optic transmission is often a far better option for a number of reasons. This is probably the most prominent reason for most specifiers choosing fibre, as your transmission option can be maintained over far greater distances than copper cable will achieve.

Realistically, copper CAT5 cabling is only effective up to around 90m / 300ft, beyond which the picture becomes unusable. Fibre optic transmission can be extended to distances of 60km or more, making this the premium choice for sites where distant cameras are required on the network.

Because of the significantly improved bandwidth available with fibre optic cables, the ability to connect far more devices into the feed is another major benefit.

On systems where just one or two devices are currently in use, specifying fibre optic means the user can upgrade the system at a later date to support additional cameras without the hassle and expense of upgrading the infrastructure.

As fibre optic cables support a higher bandwidth and a faster data transfer speed, CCTV pictures can achieve a significantly higher resolution than that which is possible using coaxial or copper cabling. Added to this, fibre optic is non conductive and completely immune to radio frequency and electromagnetic interference therefore the picture can be relied upon to maintain its integrity no matter what is occurring in the neighbouring environment. In addition, the system designer will have far greater flexibility of where to lay the cables and could even integrate them with telephone lines without any interference being caused.

Many users and system designers presume that fibre optic cabling will be more expensive, but actually if you consider the whole life costing then it can work out similar or even better than other alternatives. Furthermore, a system designed with fibre is future proofed in a number of ways. As well as the ability of the user to upgrade the system to support additional devices.

Free Security Site Survey

btmLogo1

300-206  
C_TFIN52_66  
70-461  
400-101  
ICGB  
74-678  
1z0-434  
640-916  
PEGACPBA71V1  
CAP  
70-534  
70-534  
JN0-102  
9L0-066  
220-801  
MB2-707  
000-106  
300-101  
810-403  
70-270  
220-901  
70-533  
000-104  
200-125  ,
PEGACPBA71V1  
400-051  
SY0-401  
1Z0-803  
CISSP  
200-125  ,
70-532  
642-732  
300-070  
70-411  
200-125  ,
70-533  
NS0-157  
NSE4  
210-065  
3002  
101  
200-355  
300-070  
1z0-434  
300-135  
300-135  
1Y0-201  
300-135  
ICBB  
220-901  
PEGACPBA71V1  
300-075  
LX0-104  
ICGB  
350-018  
220-801  
EX300