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GEODESY PICO NEXT LASER LINK 100MBPS

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£1,868.09 Ex VAT

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Product Sku: GEO-PX-P0400E100TP/LT


GeoDesy PICO Laser Link 100Mbps 400 meters Power over Ethernet (PoE)

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eoDesy PICO NEXT Laser Link 100Mbps to 400 meters

Pico Next is one of GeoDesy’s Next series compact Free Space Optical (FSO) wireless communication systems. It provides reliable and secure point-to-point wire speed Fast Ethernet connectivity from to 400 meters. Due to the light weight and size Next products are ideal both for indoor or outdoor application. All Next series products feature Power over Ethernet (PoE) interface with advanced Anypower technology, which allows operation both from standard PoE or HighPoE power sources.

Next systems integrate an enhanced device management platform and the possibility of remote monitoring of the equipment through a standard web browser or SNMP manager. Because they use infrared light as a transmission medium, GeoDesy FSO systems do not require frequency licenses. The transmission is not effected by electro-magnetic interference. Due to the concentrated laser beam the Next products provide superb security, which fulfils the highest requirements.

Geodesy-FSO offers the most comprehensive range of Gigabit Ethernet products on the FSO market from off-the-shelf compact systems to flexible modular devices for long-haul connectivity.

What is FSO? Free-Space Optics (also known as “FSO”, “Wireless Optics” or “Optical Wireless”) is an optical data, voice and video transmission system. Like fiber optic cable, wireless optics communication systems use laser light to transmit a digital signal between two transceivers. However, unlike fiber, the laser like is transtmited through the air (free-space) instead of through a glass strand. In order for the digital signal to be transmitted and received, there must be clear line of site between each wireless optics unit. In other words, there should be no obstructions such as trees or buildings between the transceiver units.

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Bridge Type Laser
Max Data Transfer Rates 100 Mbps

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