AMG Systems’ new transmission products on display at IFSEC International 2019

AMG Systems – the ISO 9001:2015 approved UK manufacturer and global provider of environmentally robust fibre, analogue, IP/Ethernet, wireless and hybrid communication transmission solutions – will be showcasing its latest range of leading transmission technologies at IFSEC International 2019 on Stand IF131.

To be found on AMG partner stand, ICAD, who provide world-class technology services for facilities, AMG will be exhibiting models representing its latest industrial switches with up to 90 W Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability, as well as the new Skywave 3F wireless range.

On the ICAD stand, visitors will see AMG’s range of managed ‘PLUS’ industrial Ethernet switches which feature 90 W PoE per port and offer full Layer 2 Managed Ethernet functionality. Compliant with all IEEE 802.3 variants (u/ab/x/z), the new switches have up to 8 fast or Gigabit Ethernet ports, with up to 2 additional dual speed SFP ports for data uplink. As is the case with all AMG Managed ‘Plus’ switches, there’s a console port as standard and a web-browser interface for configuration of all aspects of the device.

Supporting 10/100/1000 Mbps data rates, full duplex, the DIN rail mountable devices are ideally suited for connecting and powering field-based equipment (such as IP CCTV cameras and industrial controllers) to Ethernet networks, using all variants of multimode and single mode fibre to cover distances up to 120 km. 

AMG will also show the new AMG8870F-06 Skywave 3F outdoor wireless radio, designed to deliver the highest performance and stability available in the 5 GHz 802.11ac class.

Skywave 3F’s feature-rich operating system is optimised for ultra-high performance wireless communication with 450 Mbps compressed video throughput, using a powerful hardware platform and incorporating a QCA 9563 CPU (750 MHz), QCA 9882 radio, 64 Mbs of RAM and 16 Mb flash memory. The AMG8870F-06 radio is an ideal solution for capacity demanding point-to-point or point-to-multipoint network applications. 

“We’re looking forward to discussing AMG’s existing and new range of technologies that offer a broad range of high-performance transmission solutions for any application,” explained Sara Fisher, business development director at AMG. “We’re delighted to be involved with ICAD and will be co-promoting the deployment of our industrial switches, with up to 90 W PoE capability and new wireless range, to support world-class system projects.”

At the show (which runs from 18-20 June at London’s ExCeL), Fisher – along with colleagues Alan Hayes and Leona Hayes – will be able to discuss any technology or project requirement.

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