A cost-effective solution to increase your network’s throughput is to use the 8-port Unmanaged 2.5G Switch from TRENDnet (Part # TNT TEG-S380). The switch has eight 2.5GBASE-T RJ-45 ports that support speeds up to 2.5 Gbps over existing Cat5e or later generation cabling. Total switching capacity is 40 Gbps.
The Comelit Ultra IP Entrance Panel Bundle with Entrance Panel-Gateway/PS (Part #COM EZ-ULTRAMUG) is an audio/video entrance panel with a five-inch touchscreen display that can be used to search by name with a full keyboard. It uses IP communications and is well suited for office buildings or apartment complexes.
Atlas Prox Series Access Control panels with cabinets from ZKTeco are controlled by a built-in web app. No software is required, making it easy to get up and running.
M2M Services offers what the company says is the first free alarm radio. The MiNi-LTE-M-AV radio works on AT&T and Verizon LTE-M networks and is free with the cost of cellular service. LTE-M networks use a special communications protocol designed for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Uniview Tec offers a 5MP infrared mini-PTZ dome camera designed to provide intelligent perimeter protection and deter intruders. When the camera detects an intruder’s presence, it generates an audio alarm and activates a strobe light, thereby deterring the intruder. Two-way audio capability also can be used to for deterrence.
The Evolution HDBaseT extender from Vanco (EVEXHDB1) is designed to distribute uncompressed high-definition signals over more than twice the distance of standard HDMI cables without degradation. It is suitable for whole-home or commercial applications and supports easy and flexible installation with low maintenance.
The Google Nest learning thermostat is the first thermostat to get ENERGY STAR certified, according to Google. It is designed to learn the temperatures that your customer likes and builds a schedule around those preferences. It also features Wi-Fi communications capability, enabling customers to change temperatures from their smartphones when they are away from home.