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Be aware that camera manufacturers will occasionally put different electronics inside a camera model, but leave the name the same.
In these cases our drivers will work with some cameras of a particular model, but not all. If we know of a way to tell these variants apart, we'll note that too. Depending on the chipset used to build a camera, it may be as easy as adding some entries to a table or require a fair amount of work.
The Best Data Link and Power Sourcing Solution To overcome that more and more Po E PD devices need higher Power Input and long distance transmission, PLANET releases new Power over Ethernet Media Converter products, GTP-80x series.
With brand-new IEEE 802.3at High Power over Ethernet technology applied, the GTP-80x series provides the following key features: ■ IEEE 802.3at / IEEE 802.3af Po E standard compliant ■ Maximum 30W output power support ■ 10/100/1000Mbps duplex mode supports on 1000Base-T port ■ 1000Mbps Fiber-Optical support The GTP-80x series is a Single-Port, Mid-Span IEEE 802.3at High Power over Ethernet converter designed specifically to satisfy the growing demand of higher power required network equipments such as PTZ (Pan, Tilt & Zoom) network cameras, PTZ Speed Dome, color touch-screen Vo IP telephones, multi- channel (IEEE 802.11a / b / g / n) wireless LAN access points and other Network devices that need higher power to function normally.
If you see this icon, the model was sold in International (non-USA) markets only.
All of these models can take the SX-70/Time Zero integral type films.
The following technical information is useful for specifics concerning each model.
Please see this chart to give you a comparison between the major "options" and abilities of each SX-70 model.
The GTP-80x Po E Media Converter is used to convert optical Ethernet signal to electrical Ethernet signal that allows two type segments to connect easily, efficiently and inexpensively.
The GTP-80x series High Power over Ethernet converter is an ideal solution to deliver data and power to network devices directly via the RJ-45 Port interface without the need of installing extra power outlets and electrical cabling.