TS 524 (T5 System)

The Agile TS-524 Delivers Wireless from Existing Phone Lines

Leverage telephone cabling that’s hard-wired into your building. The TS-524 – part of the T5 product family – is a 24-port VDSL2 switch with onboard filters. It easily connects to your telecom cross-connect block and allows VDSL2 signals to be injected into your provided telephone wire cable - delivering power, integrated RF, network management, and increased VDSL2 line speeds.

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  • ONLY FROM ZEBRA – ENJOY GREAT RANGE AND CONVENIENCE

    Only Zebra offers this patented technology. Injecting power into the same wire pair that is used for VDSL2 and analog signals, the TS-524 accommodates a range of up to 1500 feet (450 meters). Using the industry-proven VDSL2 transport layer combined with proprietary Zebra optimizations, the switch creates a telecom cross-connect to deliver a fully remote-powered, enterprise- grade, communications hub. The hub is a wall-mounted unit with snap-on ease, so installation is simple and cost-effective. The TS-524 is ideal for hotels, dorm rooms, and long-term care facility rooms.

  • GAIN INSIGHT INTO YOUR RF AND NETWORK MANAGEMENT

    The TS-524 simplifies the sometimes-confusing management of DSL systems. With a built-in network and RF management system, the TS-524 can discover, provision, tune, and monitor the network. Using Boolean queries and time-trended performance graphs, the system provides instant feedback on potential issues, so the network is always delivering maximum uptime and availability to users.

  • INCREASE SPEED ON THE VDSL2 LINE

    The TS-524 supports IEEE standards and custom VDSL2 profiles designed by Zebra engineers. The system uses those profiles to deliver up to a 20% improvement over the IEEE standard – or to stretch the installation range up to 4,000 feet (1,200 meters). Additionally, the TS-524 provides host-aware IGMP Fast Leave, wireless location awareness, and intrusion detection.