Seeking to create new applications and integrations with other systems, Khomp developed specific accessories for its products in order to improve performance, facilitate installation, integrate them with other hardware and/or software in the Khomp portfolio, or even to complement their functionalities.



Kommuter and EBS E1 Bypass are contingency devices for products with E1 links. They allow users to handle server failures by transferring an E1 link that is temporarily inoperative to another active one.

The Kommuter model is redundancy equipment that is connected externally to a server through a USB port. Management of a bypass with the Kommuter is done with a software module loaded on this server. For its part, the EBS E1 bypass functions within the equipment itself on every second E1/T1 link of an EBS module. The EBS E1 Bypass resource is available for products with 2 E1 modules. These include: EBS – E1 SPX, with 2 or 4 E1/T1; the EBS – E1 CTI, with 2 or 4 E1/T1; the EBS Server Modular with 2 E1/T1 and the EBS Server Light with 2 E1/T1.



For scenarios with a high density of GSM channels, Khomp developed the Kombiner, equipment that connects cables to the antenna outputs of a variety of GSM interfaces to a single more powerful antenna that can be installed outside to bring an external signal into the data center.



Patch Panels are conversion devices for terminals with Centronics type connectors in RJ11 outlets. With Patch Panels it is possible to convert 1 Centronics input into 24 RJ11 ports.



Developed exclusively for the EBS – FXS, the function of the MPE – FXS 240 protection module is to protect the equipment from atmospheric discharges and electrical power surges that can hit equipment extensions.