DIGISOL Launches 5 Port Fast Ethernet Unmanaged Switch for PoE and PoE Plus Compliant Devices

DIGISOL Launches 5 Port Fast Ethernet Unmanaged Switch for PoE and PoE Plus Compliant Devices

As demand for IP Surveillance, IP phones, Wireless is increasing DIGISOL Systems Ltd., has announced the release of its new Fast Ethernet PoE unmanaged switch DG-FS1005PH-A,. The DG-FS1005PH-A provides both data connection and electrical power to PoE enabled devices through just one cable without modifying the existing Ethernet infrastructure.

Mr. Mandar Joshi, VP-Sales, DIGISOL Systems ltd. said. “Our DG-FS1005PH-A New PoE switch will offer connection and power supply to the PoE device through the same port PoE port which will reduce the need for extra outlets and extension cables, more over this switch supports DIP switch which can extend Ethernet connectivity up to 200m at 10Mbps link speed for PoE ports to satisfy Video Surveillance requirement. You can also enable VLAN mode depending on DIP switch combination set on switch. Which will save significant deployment cost and labor/time efforts.”

The DG-FS1005PH-A offers 5 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports of which 4 ports are Power over Ethernet (PoE) compliant to IEEE 802.3af/IEEE 802.3at. The PoE ports can be used to power up devices complying with 802.3af & 802.3at uses the existing Ethernet cable. All 4 POE ports support both IEEE802.3af & IEEE802.3at Standard. The switch uses store and forward packet switching technology which ensures reliable data transfer. The switch also supports automatic MDI/MDI-X detection which eliminates the need of a cross over cables or dedicated uplink ports. This switch supports built-in DIP switch which can extends Ethernet connectivity up to 200m at 10Mbps link speed for PoE ports to satisfy Video Surveillance requirement. You can also enable VLAN mode depending on DIP switch combination set on switch.

The DG-FS1005PH-A Switch offers 5×10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet ports with 4 Power over Ethernet ports. These PoE ports are IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at compliant and can supply PoE Power to PoE devices. The existing Ethernet cables can be used to power up IEEE 802.3af/ 802.3at compliant network devices. This eliminates the need of an external power source and power cabling for such devices. The switch provides flexibility to users for connecting a PoE or non PoE device. The PoE devices connected to switch can be easily identified by the separate PoE LED status indicators.

The auto-negotiation and auto-sensing feature of the switch eliminates the need to manually configure the switch for optimum performance. Auto MDI/MDI-X feature eliminates the need of using a crossover cable or dedicated uplink port. These features enable the switch to operate out of the box without any manual configuration.

With its backplane capacity of 1Gbps, data transfer is at an average of 200Mbps per port at full duplex mode. This allows every node to perform at their maximum performance.

This switch supports built-in DIP switch which extends Ethernet connectivity up to 200m at 10Mbps link speed for PoE ports to satisfy Video Surveillance requirement. You can also enable VLAN mode depending on DIP switch combination set on switch. In VLAN mode, ports 1-4 will only communicate with uplink port. It will work as normal 10/100Mbps PoE switch with all DIP switch in OFF mode.

Key Features:

  • 5 x 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 Nway ports with 4 PSE/Power over Ethernet Ports & 1 Uplink Port
  • Complies with IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3x, IEEE802.3af & IEEE802.3at standards
  • Supports 15.4W max per port for IEEE802.3af devices & 30W* max for IEEE802.3at compliant devices
  • Supports MDI/MDI-X auto crossover
  • Up to 200Mbps data transfer rates in Full Duplex Mode
  • High Performance • Plug and Play installation
  • Support VLAN mode
  • Link/ ACT LED for each port & PoE LED for PoE ports
  • Supports wire speed packets filtering and forwarding rate
  • Supports store-and-forward switching infrastructure
  • Max. PoE Budget 32W

The feature rich DIGISOL DG-FS1005PH-A, comes with limited lifetime warranty.

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