NC-LINK long range Wireless IP Surveillance Solution
What is Wireless IP-Surveillance? Wireless IP-Surveillance takes two proven technologies—outdoor wireless transmission and networked video surveillance—and combines them to create a powerful solution that overcomes many of the challenges that up to now prevented end users from installing surveillance and monitoring systems: distance, lack of network infrastructure, inclement conditions, price, and others. Wireless IP-Surveillance represents an innovative breakthrough. Because of its scalability, among other advantages, IP-Surveillance is
an established, attractive technology not only for enhancing or revitalizing existing surveillance and remote monitoring applications, but for a vast number of new applications as well. And when we add the power of wireless transmission to IP-Surveillance, we create an even more robust, flexible solution: an Ethernet cable (network connection) that can easily connect network cameras to a wireless point-to-multipoint connectivity solution, instantly creating a wireless WAN capable of transmitting high-resolution video back to a base station in real time. The combination of IP-Surveillance with wireless technology creates a security application that goes beyond anything currently available and offers these highly compelling features: Fast, easy to deploy. Depending on the outdoor location, fiber is not always available. Wireless, on the other hand, canbe deployed virtually anywhere, including bodies of water, rugged terrain, and remote locations. Wireless networks installin hours, eliminating long waiting periods and right-of-way issues associated with trenching for fiber. Affordable. Fiber often costs significantly more to deploy than a wireless system. Just a few miles of trenching can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Flexible. Wireless solutions provide unparalleled flexibility. Because the security network is wireless, cameras are not permanently fixed
in one location. If necessary, cameras and subscriber units can be moved to a new location with minimal hassle and can usually be reconnected within minutes. High capacity. Wireless networks are available in a wide range of bandwidth capacities from 11 to 300 Mbps. The systems ensure the transmission of high-resolution video in real-time that is required of surveillance systems. Reliable. High-end wireless systems ensure up to 99.999% carrier-class reliability, enabling virtually non-stop security. Tiered wireless solutions. A wide range of solutions means almost any organization can consider implementing a security network for a variety of applications. Carrier-class solutions are available for tough all weather, large scale deployments, while more economical solutions are ideal for smaller, more budget-conscious deployments. Outdoor design. Outdoor wireless networks are sometimes confused with wireless LAN technology that is not appropriate for outdoor use. Based on a special protocol that enables system scalability and the management required for outdoor deployments, outdoor wireless networks (or “wireless WANs”) are versatile and powerful when used in security and surveillance applications. It’s important end users distinguish between indoor technology and those technologies designed for outdoor system demands.
Application Topological graph If you want setup a wireless IP surveillance at 1KM-5KM range ,and want to stable transmission, we suggest you use 5.8G CPE NC-AP212 to establish some PTP bridge line as below picture, we have test at MAX 5KM range, the throghtput can reach 25Mbps(support 4-6CH 720P HD IPcam), also we test the thoughput can reach 75Mbps(support 20CH 720P HD IPCAMs) at 2KM-3KM range.
If you want to establish a more cost-effecive bridge line at short distance environment（200M-3KM range）,you can use our NC-AP211 2.4G CPE to building PTMP network for connect more IPCAMs in one
bridge system, the thoughput can be reach 75Mbps at 3KM range(can support 20CH 720P IPCAMs) as below picture show:
About IPCAM Powering supply qustion Outdoor environment, Powering supply for IPcam is a big problem, of course you should use PoE tech, For powering to IPCAM, NC-LINK has some POE solution even suit for powering non-IPcam, not only we have 48V standard POE splitter, but also we develop a 24V inutput /12V output POE splitter, as below: 48V 802.3af/at standard POE adapter for non- IP camera:
24V costdown Passive POE solution for non- IP camera: