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The American company goes back to this international contest of security in the Middle East with its latest range of data transmission equipment, layer managed industrial switches and media converters 3.

KBC Networks ecopper Bunker security ProdexTec

Editing 2019 of Intersec, of 20 to the 22 for the month of January in Dubai, It will include the participation of KBC Networks and its complete proposal for telecommunications and data transmission equipment, composed of managed industrial switches(layer 2 and layer 3), non-managed industrial switches, Media converters, Industrial SFP, eCooper, ThruLink (private without licenses or recurring cost VPN networks), medium-range transmission antennas up to 10 kilometers and fiber optic.

KBC switchesOne of the teams with more output within the family of managed industrial switches of the company and will be up and running in its exhibition space is the managed switch Ethernet not POE ESMGN8-C2-B, layer 2 and with eight 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet ports, 2 SFP ports Gigabit and two Combo ports.

Mounting on a DIN rail, surface or wall, This system has industrial protection level 3 ESD, IP40 and feeding 48-57VDC.

Within the non-managed industrial switches and level 3 ESD which will be present at Intersec 2019 It also emphasizes the switch Ethernet POE ESUGS6-P1-L-B, with six Ethernet ports 10/100/1000 Mbps, one Gigabit SFP, IP40 and fed to 24 VDC, DIN rail mount.

KBC Networks ecopper Bunker security ProdexTecKBC Networks, as published Digital AV has signed an agreement with Bunker security for the distribution of its products in Europe and Africa, in the case of the Iberian market, it will distribute ProdexTec, also presented at Intersec 2019 What's new in your family eCooper, one of the most popular solutions enabling you to take advantage of the existing wiring installation copper, either coaxial or UTP, with the consequent saving of time and money.

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By • 15 Jan, 2019
• Section: Control Systems, Events, Computer Security