High Floor Elevator Monitoring and Updating Equipment Through EoC

Iris Wu
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In high-rise buildings, the elevator shaft's enclosed environment and significant signal interference present challenges for network wiring and HD video signal transmission. Utilizing EOC (Ethernet over Coax) technology effectively upgrades and enhances the performance of high-rise elevator monitoring systems.

Installation Steps

  1. Environmental Assessment: Inspect the elevator shaft environment to confirm wiring paths and power supply conditions.
  2. Tools and Materials Preparation:
    1. Tools: Screwdrivers, cable testers, electrical tape, etc.
    2. Materials: Ethernet cables, coaxial cables, PoE cameras, EOC Transmitter, EOC Receiver, NVR, etc.
  3. Safety Check: Ensure the elevator is in maintenance mode and power is cut off to avoid construction risks.
  4. Camera Positioning: Select an appropriate monitoring angle inside the elevator car, usually diagonally opposite the elevator doors.
  5. Install Camera: Use screws to secure the camera to the pre-determined position on the car wall.
  6. Connect PoE Cable: Connect the camera's network port to the PoE OUT port of the EOC Transmitter using an Ethernet cable.
  7. EOC Transmitter Setup: Ensure the EOC Transmitter is correctly connected to the camera and check its working status.
  8. Coaxial Cable Connection: Connect the Long Reach port of the EOC Transmitter to the Long Reach port of the EOC Receiver using a coaxial cable.
  9. EOC Receiver Setup: Connect the other end of the coaxial cable to the EOC Receiver located at the top or bottom of the elevator shaft.
  10. Connect NVR: Use an Ethernet cable to connect the PoE IN port of the EOC Receiver to the PoE port of the NVR.
  11. NVR Configuration: Power the NVR and add and configure the camera through its management interface.
  12. Terminal Application Connection: Connect the NVR to terminal applications such as the monitoring center or client.
  13. Signal Testing: Power on and test to check if the camera is working properly and the image is clear.
  14. System Debugging: Adjust the camera angle and settings to ensure the monitoring images meet requirements.
  15. Network and Power Safety Check: Ensure all network and power connections comply with safety standards.

Advantages of the Solution

  1. Simplified Wiring and Cost Savings:EOC technology allows the use of existing coaxial cable infrastructure, eliminating the need for new wiring.
  2. Long-Distance Transmission Suitability for High-Rises:Extends Ethernet data up to 1,000 meters via coaxial or twisted pair cables.
  3. Strong Anti-Interference:Coaxial cables offer good electromagnetic interference resistance, ensuring stable signal transmission in the elevator shaft, unaffected by elevator operation or other electromagnetic devices.
  4. Support for Multiple Elevators:For multiple elevator applications, one EOC-Switch08 or EOC-Switch24 in the control room can support up to 8 elevators.
  5. Flexibility and Scalability:EOC systems are easy to expand, allowing more cameras or monitoring points to be added as needed.
  6. Reduced Maintenance Costs:Fewer wiring and equipment replacement needs result in lower long-term maintenance costs.
  7. Industrial Design:EOC converters have built-in heat sinks for high reliability and worry-free transmission. Indoor use only, with waterproof boxes available from LINOVISION for more extreme environments.

Recommended Products

  • EOC Converter

  • EOC-Switch08

  • EOC-Switch24