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PoE switches on display in Nuerenberg

Belden : 09 October, 2009  (New Product)
The Hirschmann Spider products including the latest Power-over-Ethernet switch from Belden are being displayed at the SPS/IPC/Drives show in Germany
PoE switches on display in Nuerenberg
Belden has expanded the portfolio of its Hirschmann Spider products family with a low-cost switch including Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) functionality. The new low-cost HIrschmann switch with PoE will be introduced at SPS/IPC/Drives in Nürnberg, Hall 10, Stand10-120.

The unmanaged Spider II 8TX PoE features an internal PoE power supply which generates the 48VDC PoE voltage directly from its 24VDC voltage supply. At the same time it provides the galvanic insulation as required by the regulations. Network-compatible devices can be supplied by the switch with power straight through the data cable, which eliminates the need for separate power supply lines. In this way, data networks can be planned with greater ease and flexibility. Even when used in difficult access points, PoE terminal equipment no longer requires a separate power supply.

As stated by Pascal Unterdorfer, Poduct Manager: "The four PoE ports of the switch are fully compatible with the IEEE 802.3af standard and can supply network-compatible end user devices - such as IP phones, small hubs, cameras or wireless transmission devices, like WLAN and Bluetooth access points - with up to 15.4W of power (12.95W on the terminal side) by means of the Phantom Power Method."

"The switch has a top-hat rail-mount metal housing according to protection category IP30. It can be operated within a wide temperature range from -10°C to +60°C and has its own internal PoE voltage transformation, which makes it ideal for use in a rugged industrial environment."
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