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OT Systems develops PoE media converters, Ethernet switches, injectors and splitters for IP devices

Published on 15 February, 2016

Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a method developed and standardised by IEEE to supply power along with data over Ethernet cables to support IP devices. It eliminates the headache of AC power socket, cabling and conduit installation and provides significant resource savings. The PoE solution enables flexible installation of IP devices at any locations. Its low voltage supply (48V) prevents electric shock hazard, reducing life risk, and offers centralised power management for each device through the single power resource. PoE products are becoming the norm for modernised IP surveillance and security applications.

OT Systems Power-over-Ethernet product lines

OT Systems provides complete Power-over-Ethernet product lines from media converters and Ethernet switches to injectors and splitters, meeting specifications for industrial grade applications. The product’s PoE power output can support from 802.3af (15.4W) to 802.3at (30W) standards for fixed IP devices and power hungry devices such as PTZ IP cameras. All products have proper PoE devices detection to prevent damage of non-PoE devices (e.g. PC). Their wide operating temperature range and rugged case design provide reliable and stable performance in any extreme environment. The products come with different mounting types including wall-mount, DIN-rail and rack-mount for flexible installation requirements.

To fulfil various application needs, OT Systems has developed 1-port to 24-port PoE media converters and managed/ self-configured/ unmanaged Ethernet switches to power and extend transmission distance up to 100Km. Additionally, OT Systems PoE injectors can work with non-PoE switches to provide power over Ethernet cables and data transmission. The PoE splitter sources power from a PoE switch and converts it to 12VDC to power non-PoE cameras and devices.

  • Full range of PoE media converters, Ethernet switches, injectors and splitters
  • Managed, self-configured/ smart & unmanaged PoE Ethernet switch models
  • Up to 30W power per port
  • Industrial & hardened grades
  • Multi-mounting types
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