Qccess Optical Laser Elevator System Examined

Author: John Honovich, Published on Oct 21, 2010

Qccess is a Korean manufacturer offering a fairly unique CCTV transmission system for elevators. This is an alternative to cabling inside the elevator shaft or using unlicensed WiFi radios.

The name of the product is the Air@-EL300. It is a pair of devices (transmitter and receiver) that connects to a single analog camera in an elevator, transmits the video across the link and outputs a coax feed connecting to the DVR or encoder of your choice. See the technical specifications and User Manual for details. The MSRP of the pair is approximately $2,000 USD. Also note that the product is resold through a variety of OEMs so Internet searches will return other companies marketing the same product under different names.

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