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PoE switch allows connection of two powered devices

18 Feb 2014

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Microsemi Corp. has rolled out what it boasts as its leading-edge outdoor Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) switch. According to the company, the PDS-102GO enables connection of two powered devices to the network via Gigabit uplink, up to 30W each, is IP66 rated and can be installed in outdoor environments.

Microsemi's PDS-102GO enables remote monitoring and control of the devices' status, including remote reset. It is geared for applications such as an outdoor wireless LAN (WLAN), outdoor IP camera and outdoor point-to-point (P2P) radio. Additionally, the switch extends the reach between the switch and powered devices by an additional 100m, to a maximum of 200m, a significant benefit in many applications. The PDS-102GO offers lightning protection to the switch itself, and to the indoor network.

Microsemi's PDS-102GO outdoor switch is available now. Also available for ordering now are the mounting brackets for the outdoor unit.




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