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10/01/2017

Airlive dual power PoE switch with redundancy

Taipei, Taiwan

Airlive has launched a full series of industrial grade PoE (Power Over Ethernet) switches that will be showcased on their demonstration stand at the upcoming Intersec 2017 show in Dubai later this month.

Airlive will showcase its complete range of industrial‐grade PoE switches. The IG series of switches provide non‐blocking wire‐speed performance with effective flexibility for Ethernet extension in harsh industrial environments. They support two DC Power inputs with power redundancy; when one of the DC power inputs has failed, a relay will be triggered. This function will also inform the user that the power has failed as a reminder.

Each switch of the new series equips an IP31 rugged strong case with redundant power system. They feature secure control and provide a wireless service in climatically demanding environments, such as in a factory or for public transport applications.

The design of the industrial PoE switches has taken into consideration the effects of heat radiation which ensures the switches can work from -40° to 75°C when all of the PoE ports are working. Thus, Airlive industrial grade switches are well‐suited for applications in harsh environments and for almost all ambient conditions.


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