At ISC West 2012, Pakedge Device & Software will be exhibiting a host of unique wireless and wired products designed to provide never-before-available connectivity options in security systems, smart homes and other applications.
The Pakedge K63 Preconfigured, Multi-VLAN, Gigabit Router and Power over Ethernet Switch Kit offers comprehensive security features, easy installation and enterprise-level performance. It includes the RV6 router and S24P8 24-port gigabit/hybrid Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch and is ideal for powering IP cameras, streaming IP camera feeds and creating segmented VLANs (Virtual Local Area Networks).
Pakedge's S24P8 24-Port Gigabit/Hybrid Power Over Ethernet (PoE) switch provides eight ports of gigabit PoE and 16 standard gigabit ports, making it a cost-effective solution for installations that do not need a lot of PoE devices, yet require high-speed data throughput with high-definition video capability.
For large-scale security installations, the S24P Gigabit Ethernet Switch provides all these features plus 24 ports of full PoE.
The new P20 20-Port Power Distribution Unit protects sensitive equipment with features like an automatic power startup/shutdown boot sequence, remote time-scheduled power on-off capability, power consumption and status monitoring and even remote control of connected devices via e-mail.
Pakedge will be exhibiting these and other advanced-technology networking security solutions including their Virtual Cell Technology, which enables multiple wireless access points (WAP) in a large installation to function as a single "virtual" wireless access point and enable seamless Wi-Fi roaming and data transmission.
WHERE: Booth 26144, Sands Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV
WHEN: Please visit during show hours: Wednesday, March 28 - Friday, March 30, 2012. You may also schedule an appointment to visit the booth.
WHO: Nick Phillips, Olivia Dumanovsky and other key people at Pakedge will be on hand to tell you how Pakedge products can make the lives of security systems professionals easier.