Industrial PoE switch

The EDS-G205A-4PoE from Moxa features is designed for high-performance PoE applications and features 5 Gigabit ports and has short circuit detection to prevent burnouts.

10/18/2012


The EDS-G205A-4PoE from Moxa features is designed for high-performance PoE applications and features 5 Gigabit ports and has short circuit detection to prevent burnouts. Courtesy: MoxaMoxa released an industrial PoE+ switch that simultaneously supports both bandwidth-hungry and power-hungry applications, making it ideal for high-performance PoE applications. The EDS-G205A-4PoE features 5 Gigabit ports, 4 of which deliver up to 30 watts of power according to IEEE 802.3af/at PoE+ standards for Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE).

Installation, operation, and troubleshooting is further simplified for industrial users with Moxa's SmartPoE technology, which includes over-current protection, short circuit protection, and power status detection via LED indicators. The compact design and wide temperature support (40 to 75°C for select models) also means that the EDS-G205A-4PoE is at home in outdoor cabinets.

Moxa Americas Inc.

www.moxa.com 



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