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Wired Networking with a Multiplexer


DX-10 multiplexer

Multiplexers are used for networks in large buildings where no existing cable network is available. Multiplexers become nodes in the network, where several entrances are connected. Several multiplexers can be used together in a network. Using multiplexers also has the benefit of limiting the effect of a cut cable or power issue: only the entrance with a cut cable will be disconnected from the network or unpowered, instead of the whole system.

The office computer is connected to the main multiplexer and extracts data from the entrances and counting points automatically. The data is fed into the database, which, in turn, supplies our web-based report application with data. Counting data goes from entrance to report seamlessly, without human intervention.