EtherWAN has launched a series of power-over-ethernet systems using the latest 90W IEEE 802.3bt PoE protocol.
“We’ve adopted the latest standards to better support the long-term networking needs of customers,” said Jim Toepper, director of Products and Marketing at EtherWan. “90W PoE opens the door for many more devices to be powered and networked, all with a single cable.”
The EX42395BT is a 6-port hardened switch for non-ventilated and harsh environments, with 4 PoE ports providing up to 90W per port, which can accommodate high-power devices such as PTZ cameras, access control, PoE lights, and more. Gigabit capability provides sufficient bandwidth for data-intensive devices such as 4K IP cameras.
The switch is backward compatible with 802.3af and 802.3at devices and has an operating temperature range of -40 to 75°C.
Dual-speed SFP slots in the switch provide fibre connectivity while a combination TX/SFP port provides extra copper or fibre connectivity, and DIP switches control the SFP speed and combo port. A long distance PoE option allows for a longer cable run up to 820ft, beyond the standard Ethernet limit of 328ft. 2 gigabit SFP ports provide uplink capability to the main network.
The INJ90BT-24 is a hardened injector, providing up to 90W and gigabit speed capability. Long distance PoE is also included.
The SPL90BT is a hardened splitter, which provides discrete DC power to remote non-PoE devices where a power source is not available. Various output voltages allow for a wide range of devices.
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