The decision broadens a growing move from coax infrastructures like RG-59, to cable plants that offer superior performance while being lighter and less expensive. But most importantly, CCTP offers a way to support analogue cameras using Cat-5 cable plants with no additional control or power cabling.

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The Closed-Circuit Twisted Pair product is an end-to-end video surveillance system that bridges the gap between IT and security. CCTP offers a way to run traditional Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras and devices over a single Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cable.

With CCTP’s design, the system can deliver power, video and control over UTP cable to reduce the amount of cabling required to wire video surveillance systems.

“Diebold is recognized as an industry leader in security installation services and has an excellent track record of responding to its customers’ changing needs,” said Marc Abbagnaro, vice president of marketing, physical security, for Anixter.

“The addition of CCTP as an approved technology fits well within Diebold’s portfolio of providing quality, innovative products to its customer base.”