Join the PowerEOC Alliance

Certify your Ethernet-over-Coax device to ensure interoperability

The PowerEOC technology is currently deployed in industrial sites and railway stations

About Us

The PowerEOC Alliance is the leading industry association promoting interoperability and certification for Power and Ethernet Over Coax devices. PowerEOC’s membership includes Ethernet-over-Coax device manufacturers, network camera manufacturers, chipset manufacturers, private and public end-users, systems integrators and independent test labs.

The PowerEOC Alliance was created on November 13, 2020.


What is PowerEOC ?

Executive Office

Marc NAHMIASH<br/>(Codage)


Philippe BRUNEAUT<br/>(Axone Systems)



General Secretary

Working Groups

Marketing Working Group

The Marketing Working Group of the Alliance promotes use of the standardized PowerEOC technology by the industry, organizes demonstrations at Trade Shows, webinars, makes presentations at Professional Organizations, and recruits new Alliance Members.

Technical Working Group

The Technical Working Group of the Alliance gathers technical experts who draft specifications, certification test procedures, and conformance test plans.

Certification Program Executive Committee (CPEC)

The Certification Program Executive Committee delivers the certificates and makes all decisions concerning the Certification Process.

End-User Working Group

The End-User Working Group of the Alliance invites end-users, consultants and engineering design offices to share their experiences, success stories, and new needs around PowerEOC.


Certification Services

  • ETSI Standard TS 105 176-2
  • Certification Process
  • Organization for certification

On 13 June 2019, the ETSI Technical Committee ATTM released the ETSI specification TS 105 176-2 “Ethernet and power over coaxial cables for IP video surveillance”, to provide interoperable Ethernet and Power over Coax solutions for IP video surveillance.

The specification was developed to enable an energy efficient and sustainable transition from legacy analogue video surveillance systems to IP video surveillance systems thanks to the transmission of IP data over coaxial cable infrastructures, while ensuring safe and reliable power delivery.

Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Ethernet and power over cables;  Part 2: Ethernet and power over coaxial cables for IP video surveillance

Read the ETSI Press Release (13 June 2019)
Read the ETSI TS 105 176-2 Specification V1.1.1
See IEEE 1901TM-2010 Specification
See HomePlug AV Specification V1.1
See HomePlug AV Specification V2.1
See GR OEU 029 - V1.1.1 - Energy Efficient IP Video Surveillance
See TR 105 177 - V1.1.1 - Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM)

Become a member of the PowerEOC Alliance

Contact LANPARK ([email protected]) for commercial agreement and test scheduling

Send devices and PICs to LANPARK

When tests are successfully passed at LANPARK, complete and sign the Certification Confirmation Form pre-filled by LANPARK

This last document, when signed by both the manufacturer and LANPARK, is used by the PowerEOC Alliance to issue the certificate and to add the product in the list of PowerEOC certified products
organization for certification

Contact Us

[email protected]

Give us a call or drop by anytime, we endeavour to answer all enquiries within 24 hours on business days.

Governing Documents

Two documents govern legal and operational aspects of the Alliance, to which all Members subscribe to Bylaws and Rules of Procedure.
They are available to Member Applicants considering to join the Alliance.

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