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 I would like to know if the standard cat5 cable can be run/hung from post to post outdoor camera for approx. 300 feet

Will the sun damage the cable in a short time.

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Good day narinesa yes you can run the cat5 to about 100 meters (320 FT ) if you running the cable outside we recommended PVC and conduit insulation to help with the outside environment , here is a great cat5 cable we have

http://www.securitycameraking……-prd1.html

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Standard Category 5 cable is not Outdoor rated.

You will need Vertical Cat5 cable that is UV Rated and a messenger line to keep the cable from straining itself. Is there a reason you need to have this cable up in the air? 

Here is the cable:
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There are other options such as creating a Point to Point bridge . 

Here is an article : http://www.securitycameraking……tp-locom5/

If you need to go over how this option will work do not hesitate to give me a call.

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Great recommendation Jose here are some videos on the NANO

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Thanks for all the info.

I do not have a clear line of sight (but will look further into the nano)

I am in the process or revamping my analog system into a digital IP network system

The single aerial cat5 cable is designed to be used as a temporary installation for testing my first new IP auto tracking 2 MP PTZ camera.

There is already a hang cable available with other analog RG6 at the lamp post

There is local power at the PTZ lamp post area – camera power/transformer will be sourced from here.

I intend to mount at least a total of 3 cameras at this single location/lamp post area. 

Burial cables are planned in the future – total distance 300 feet.

Any suggestions on how to better implement this improvement ?

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300ft’ is the maximum Distance for Data over Category 5 cable. You will need a Switch in the middle of that run. There are other alternatives like using an Omnidirectional antennae like the rocket M5 along with the Nano M5 to create that Point to Point bridge without Having line of sight. Do you have a layout/plan that illustrates the area well enough so I can give you alternatives on how to tackle this system. If so send them to my email. 

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I think that I have it figured out but need to do some more work on it.

If the lamp post already have power, then what else do I need ?

1. Used the it to power the camera transformer and a hub in #2.

2. Install a powerline router/hub – like Linksys 4 port

3. Plug in the camera(s) cat5 into the hub

4. Install a powerline receiver at my router home end

5. Done – no cat5 or RG6/RG59 needed

 

I will have to do some more research on:

4 cameras at 2mp each and the network hub bandwidth

Make sure that the 110 volts legs on both sides are the same or install a signal bridge/crossover

Will need a plastic control/junction utility box instead of steel due to the high heat.

Would also like a small fan in the box – prefer thermal control

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Lamp post or Light pole. Depending on the light the power might be 240V AC . Mercury Vapor lights are more common in parking lots. 

Depending if its an IPPTZ that has its own power supply you will use that; if its a camera that supports PoE then you will use a PoE switch. 

Power Line receiver? 

Are you referring to this http://www.securitycameraking……-prd1.html
If so, it is not recommended for this type of installation. 

4 Cameras 2mp at 30 FPS will be Total: 11.31 Mbps | 2.83 Mbps Per Camera 

If you use the TP-LocoM5 they have a maximum of 150 Mbps.

A NEMA 3 enclosure that is designed for electronics is needed for outdoor installations. This enclosure will allow enough air flow as well as keeping moisture away from the internal devices. 

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Private Light pole approx. 25 feet tall with private 110 volts on my breaker.

PTZ are generally not POE due to heater and blower. They have a high power requirement and will not work at 300 feet. Mine is 24v AC

Yes, something like the power line receiver in your link.

But I have in mind D-Link 4 port at 500 Mbps with a range of 985 feet on the same breaker – no problem with same breaker

Will this work ?

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Data Transmission for Network Devices is up to 300ft.

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Thanks very much for all the excellent ideas.

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