ADI has begun offering solutions from LAN Power Systems to help dealers easily implement power, video, and control solutions for analog and IP surveillance systems. The products include LAN Power’s VIPER Analog Modular and COBRA PoE Midspan product lines.
Designed to use modern UTP structured cabling and legacy Ethernet devices, LAN Power’s VIPER and COBRA solutions support both local and multiple locations.
The VIPER convergence platforms are designed to provide video, power, and control over UTP structured cabling for analog systems. VIPER Chassis can support up to 40 cameras each, and may be linked to attach thousands of cameras into a single surveillance system.
The COBRA systems provide Power over Ethernet (PoE) for IP surveillance and security system products. When used with legacy Ethernet switches, COBRA provides full power on all ports, gigabit data throughput and hot swap modularity for a wide variety of IP devices including cameras, VOIP phones, wireless access points, and access control products, the company says.
“LAN Power’s products provide customers with flexibility, simplicity and value,” said Tom Kneis, senior vice president of sales and marketing at LAN Power Systems. “We are looking forward to offering our products at ADI’s numerous branch locations across the country, and making our solutions available to their strong dealer base.”
“As the IP market continues to gain more share, it is important for ADI to ensure we are providing our dealers with the right solutions to build end-to-end surveillance systems,” said Ed Constantine, senior product manager for wire, structured cable, home solutions and tools & hardware for North America at ADI. “LAN Power’s products make a great addition to our IP networking product offering.”