- May 24, 2018
- Moxa Technologies Inc
May 24, 2018 -- Moxa has launched its EDS-P506E-4PoE series of PoE switches. In addition to being exceptionally rugged, each of the new switch's four ports deliver up to 60W to power IP cameras employing energy-draining functions such as PTZ, illumination, heaters, wipers and fans. Device-level cybersecurity, remote control, and the capability to monitor powered devices round-out the EDS-P506E-4PoE's feature set, and qualify it to meet the operational requirements of Intelligent Transportation Systems, traffic monitoring, and public utilities, among others. SFP fiber ports can transmit data up to 75 miles from the device to the control center with high EMI immunity, while its two Gigabit combo ports support high-bandwidth communications.
One of the features of the EDS-P506E-4PoE is its Smart PoE software that facilitates web accessible PD diagnostics and management. It helps end-users achieve automatic PD detection of power class, status, and errors for diagnostics, while checking for device failure. In the event of camera failure, freeze or lag, the EDS-P506E-4PoE automatically reboots the camera.
To ensure uptime for data and power transfer in harsh conditions, the EDS-P506E-4PoE supports millisecond-level failover redundancy, along with dual power inputs, and -40° to 75°C (-40 F to 167° F) operating temperature range to ensure constant connections. The switches incorporate embedded cybersecurity protection based on the IEC 62443 standard to protect the network from unauthorized device access.
- 2-port Gigabit and 4-port Fast Ethernet with PoE+/60 W functionality
- Up to 60 W output per PoE port
- Supports 12/24/48 VDC wide input voltage
- Web-based Smart PoE tool for operation and monitoring of PoE powered devices
- Cybersecurity features based on the IEC 62443 standard
- 4 kV LAN surge protection and -40 to 75°C operating temperature tolerance
- Supports MXstudio industrial network management suite for large-scale deployments and management
- Compliance with the IEC 61850 and IEEE 1613 standards