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High-power ethernet switch 8 PoE + 2G | JetNet 5310G
managed8 portsPoE

high-power ethernet switch
high-power ethernet switch
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Characteristics

Type
managed
Number of ports
8 ports
Other characteristics
high-power, PoE

Description

Korenix JetNet 5310G, the revolutionary DIN Rail type industrial Gigabit managed Power over Ethernet Switch is designed with eight 10/100TX PoE injector ports and two Gigabit RJ-45/SFP combo ports for highly critical PoE applications such as real time IP video surveillance, WiMAX systems and Wireless APs. All of the 8 ports of the switch are compliant with both IEEE802.3af PoE and IEEE802.3at high power PoE standards and can deliver up to 15.4W and 30W power per port to enable the high-power-requiring devices, such as Wireless APs, PTZ and dome network cameras. .8 10/100 Base TX PoE ports and 2 Gigabit RJ/SFP combo ports .IEEE 802.3af 15.4W / IEEE 802.3at 30W High Power PoE .80W total power budget for High-power PoE camera .SFP ports support 100/1000 Mbps with Digital Diagnostic Monitoring (DDM) to monitor long distance fiber quality .All ports support Korenix patented RSR with 5ms recovery time, and MSR for up to 4 x 100M Rings and 2 Gigabit Uplink Rings .Advanced management by LACP/VLAN/ Private VLAN / QinQ / GVRP/ QoS/ IGMP Snooping/Rate Control/ Online Multi-Port Mirroring/DHCP .Advanced Security system by Port Security, Access IP list, SSH and HTTPS Login .Event Notification through E-mail, SNMP trap and SysLog .IEEE 802.1AB LLDP and optional Korenix NMS software for auto-topology and group management .Cisco-Like CLI, Web, SNMP/RMON for network management .Multiple event relay output for enhanced device alarm control .Hi-Pot Isolation Protection for ports and power .Industrial heat dispersing design, -40~75°C wide operating temperature

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