Easy Pairing

A built in LED display makes pairing the IPmitters easy as there's no need to connect up to a laptop. Once paired the LED displays signal strength too.

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2.4 or 5.8 Ghz Models

Choose the model to suit your network infrastructure. The 5.8Ghz frequency is less crowded so is less likely to be fighting for airspace in busy WiFi locations.

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1 to Many or 1-1

IPmitters can be configured as a standard 1-1 WiFi bridge connecting a PoE switch to an NVR or in a 1-many configuration connecting multiple cameras straight to the NVR.

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Fast Speed up to 900Mbps

Allows for mutiple IP camera feeds to be transmitted from 1 unit to another using a PoE switch at the CCTV camera end or a single IPmitter at the NVR.

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3 modes Access Point, Bridge or Repeater

Bridge or Link mode is used for a point to point connection of equipment whether 1-1 or 1-many. Repeater mode allows the IPmitter to extend the range of the WiFi network whilst AP (Access Point) mode adds a WiFi point to an existing wired network.

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Wall or Pole Mount Design

IPmitters are housed in a discrete externally rated case that can be wall or pole mounted to achieve a direct line of sight and get the best transmission distances.

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IPmitter - Wireless IP CCTV Transmission

Brought to you by System Q Ltd - a Great British company with over 25 years of history in the CCTV industry. Established 1994.

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Superb Wireless IP CCTV Solution

On many installations you will often find that the CCTV has to cover areas that are hard to cable, typically where the main CCTV system is in one building but other satellite buildings also need to be covered by CCTV.

So how do you connect IP CCTV systems in a separate building together?

One option is simply to cable them, but this could involve digging trenches or running overhead catenary wires. This can be both costly and disruptive which is where a wireless IP link is by far the most attractive solution.

The IPmitter wireless links are far more cost effective than running cables and much faster to deploy so they are more often than not the preferred choice for most installers where cabling is just too difficult.