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Emergency comms supplier to stock PoE transmission products

Vigitron : 10 March, 2016  (Company News)
Vigitron IP networking and PoE transmission products will be provided as part of the emergency communications products from Code Blue
Emergency comms supplier to stock PoE transmission products

Code Blue Corporation and Vigitron are continuing their strategic partnership with the announcement that Vigitron’s single pair extended distance IP and PoE transmission products will be included in Code Blue’s product guide.

The addition to Code Blue’s solution guide will allow any Code Blue products to be positioned up to 1,700 feet from any headend, eliminating the need for local power sources. In addition, Vigitron will include infrastructure design support for Code Blue customers as part of their Design Centre services, which are provided for free and without obligation.

“We appreciate the ability to extend our products and range of services to Code Blue,” stated Neil Heller, Vigitron’s Vice President of Business Development. “We will be able to support any Code Blue application requiring extended distance data and PoE transmission over various types of twisted pair cable.”

“We strive to provide the best possible products for our customers,” Code Blue Director of Customer Service Chip Wheeler said. “This partnership with Vigitron has provided valuable additions and options with its wide range of products and services.”

Vigitron previously developed a new Power over Ethernet (PoE) Splitter that allowed Code Blue Help Points to be connected and powered by a Cat5 cable or other PoE sourcing equipment, eliminating the cost of running electrical facilities to blue light phones. The PoE splitter is IEEE 802.3af compliant, which provides power to emergency phones and faceplate or beacon/strobe lights.

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