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  • Country: United States
  • City: California
  • Address: 38 Tesla, Irvine, CA 92618
  • Contact Person: Arie Goldberg


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Key Specifications
The RuggedNet GHPoE/Si and GHPoEBT/Si are industrial ruggedized and temperature-hardened unmanaged Ethernet switches that feature one or two Gigabit fiber ports and four 10/100/1000 RJ-45 copper Power Sourcing Powerover- Ethernet ports. The GHPoE/Si provides PoE, PoE+, and High-Power 60W PoE (also called 4 Pair PoE, PoE++, or UPoE) and the GHPoEBT/Si provides up to 100W (IEEE 802.3bt) per RJ-45 port. The RuggedNet PoE switches are ideal for applications using outdoor pan-tilt-zoom cameras with heaters and blowers, and wireless access points.

Features

  • Unmanaged Ruggedized Ethernet Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) High-Power PoE fiber switch
  • Multiple port configurations:

    • 1 Fiber + 4 RJ-45
    • 2 Fiber + 4 RJ-45

  • Supports IEEE 802.3af PoE (15.4 W), IEEE 802.3at PoE+ (30W), HPoE (60W) or IEEE 802.3bt (60W/100W) per RJ-45 port
  • Provides full HPoE power simultaneously to all Ethernet RJ-45 ports
  • Configurable PoE Power Reset
  • Supports ST, SC and LC fiber ports or SFP transceivers
  • Fiber redundancy on models with two fiber ports
  • Dual Device mode for operating as two separate switches
  • Directed Switch mode to prevent port flooding
  • Supports jumbo frames up to 10,240 bytes
  • Isolated single or dual DC power for redundancy
  • DIN-rail mountable with included clip
  • Fan-less design for long life and vibration resistance
  • Industrial (-40 to 75ºC) operating temperature
  • Free 24/7/365 Technical Support

Omnitron RuggedNet GHPoE/Si and GHPoEBT/Si
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