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 Post subject: Point to point wireless system
PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2017 9:44 pm 
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Hi Guy's,

at work, we have 3 buildings and although i can run a cable without to much trouble to 2 of them from the office, I have one building which is across the yard and I want to put cameras up.

I will be using ip cameras and have already tried power line adaptors (which it doesn't even find the camera), so I'm thinking of putting a point to point system up.

The building is about 45m away so running a cable would mean digging a trench straight through the yard.

My boss is a bit of a tight git so i wouldn't have a lot of money to spend. and the point to point would be used for CCTV only (no internet access will be needed from the other building)

Can anyone give me any tips or ideas?

Also, once the point to point is in, whats the maximum distance i would be able to run a wire (is it still 100m through cat5?

Many thanks in advance.

Ash


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 Post subject: Re: Point to point wireless system
PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 11:27 am 
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you should stick to 100 meters with cat 5 or 6 especially if you are running poe. the distance you are talking about going wireless and only running a single camera could be accomplished useing ubiquity equipment. look up their many offerings and you should be able to find a pair of APs for under $200.00.


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