PoE switch for industrial manufacturing, outdoor environments
Moxa's EDS-P510A-8PoE Series are Gigabit managed PoE+ Ethernet switches that are engineered to perform in harsh outdoor and industrial manufacturing environments while delivering network speeds of up to 1000 Mbps.
Moxa's EDS-P510A-8PoE Series are Gigabit managed PoE+ Ethernet switches equipped with 8 10/100BaseT(X), 802.3af (PoE), and 802.3at (PoE+)-compliant Ethernet ports, and 2 combo Gigabit Ethernet ports for uplinks for transmitting data up to 120 km with high EMI immunity. They are engineered to perform in harsh outdoor and industrial manufacturing environments, featuring 3KV LAN surge protection and a wide temperature range (-40°C to +75°C) while delivering network speeds of up to 1000 Mbps to eliminate bottlenecks.
PoE compliant network devices receive a maximum 30W of power per PoE+ port in standard mode, and high power output of up to 36W for greater compatibility with power hungry devices. The switches can be used as weather-proof IP surveillance cameras with wipers/heaters as well as wireless access points and bridges.
As managed switches, the Moxa EDS-P510A-8PoE Series offer several features to control traffic over the network. Ethernet switches support a variety of management functions, including STP/RSTP, TurboRing, Turbo Chain, PoE power management, PoE device auto-checking, PoE power scheduling, PoE diagnostic, IGMP, VLAN, QoS, RMON, bandwidth management, and port mirroring. At the same time, these switches are simple to deploy and configure, allowing users to take advantage of the managed network services they need.
Moxa Americas, Inc.
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