2The ProblemThe customer has “building across the street” which requires telephone and internet service.This building cannot be reached easily by standard wiring practices, or requires expensive trenching.
3Existing Options Trench Run Overhead Lines Provide service from Telco at recurring monthly cost
4Alternative Option: ZipLink by Multi-Link Radio communication with RJ11 direct connectionRun one or two POTS lines & 10 mbps Ethernet over 5.8 Ghz radioEthernet supports VoIP equipment to add multiple sets in new buildingPOTS lines can be used for voice, alarm system, or utility meter data acquisitionExtends any telco or PBX (with ATA) analog extension
9ZipLink FeaturesDesigned to be installed by electricians/telco field staffZipLink extends 1 or 2 phone lines with 10BaseT Ethernet connections up to one mileOnly standard tools required: drill, fish line, RJ12 crimper, 10 mm nut driverRadio uses public 5.8 GHz radio band with secure, 256 bit encryptionNo licenses required to operateAll electronics is housed in antenna enclosure
10ZipLink Benefits Faster and less costly than trenching Can be used to replace existing cables that have failedEquipment can be moved if customer moves and re-installed at another siteRadio uses public 5.8 GHz radio band with secure, 256 bit encryptionNo permits or licenses requiredNo need for surveys or right of way maps
11ZipLink Typical Installations Fuel Tank MonitoringUtility SubstationsPoint-of-Sale System/Credit CardRemote Site AccessTruck StopsConstruction TrailersGolf CoursesGuard BoothsMarinas/Boat Docks
12For more info:Scott Shelton, Director of Sales/Marketingx225