Ellmax Electronics Ltd is a designer, manufacturer, and distributor of fibre-optics and telecommunications equipment.
The full range of fibre-optics analogue and digital telecommunications systems covering video, audio, and data from OPTICOMM CORPORATION is supplied by Ellmax Electronics Ltd. This range covers the areas of High Resolution VGA/RGB video (with data and audio), DVI, USB, CCTV (with data and audio), SDI, HD-SDI, DVB-ASI, AES/EBU, CATV (RF & L-Band), and datacommunications. A single fibre system is available for transmitting VGA/RGB video as well as stereo audio channels, keyboard and mouse data, and RS232. The datacommunications products include 10Mb/s, 100Mb/s, and 1Gb/s Ethernet systems, a Fast Ethernet Media Converter, Ring/Bus Topology modules, RS-232, RS-422, RS-449, RS-485, RS-530, Contact Closure, TTL, T1, E1, T3, E3 transmission devices, and various multiplexers. TDM, FDM, and WDM systems are available for transmitting several simplex or duplex signals down a single fibre. A versatile high-speed 144 port optical switch is also available. All OPTICOMM's products come with a 10 year warranty and are manufactured to a near military specification.
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