PoE++ Portfolio Support New Standards

Transition Networks’ SISPM1040-582-LRT eight-port, fully managed Power-over-Ethernet ++ (PoE++) switch is one of the first to support the new IEEE 802.3bt standard for PoE++, which was ratified in late September. The hardened switch is viable for use with IP security cameras, LED lighting, intelligent transportation systems (ITS), and in thin clients, point of sale (POS) systems, or for digital signage.


The switch provides eight 10/100/1000 PoE++ ports with two 100/1000 dual-speed small form-factor pluggable (SFP) slots for fiber-optic backbone connections. It can supply up to 90 Watts per port on four ports or 60W per port on all eight ports simultaneously and, with its wide temperature range of -40°C to +75°C, is certified to operate reliably in outdoor enclosures or harsh environments.

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Other features include an auto power reset (APR) function that allows the switch to automatically monitor and reset an attached powered device when there is no response to the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) being sent to the device, avoiding the need to dispatch a technician for simple power resets. The PoE scheduling capability allows the switch to enable or disable specific ports according to a user-designated schedule, such as during business or non-business hours, to help organizations save on energy and costs.


The switch also includes embedded Device Management System (DMS) software that provides the advanced tools necessary for total management of all IP addressable devices. The unique DMS provides security integrators with valuable benefits such as lower overall cost, less downtime, and easier management of the entire PoE network. For more information, checkout the SISPM1040-582-LRT datasheet and also visit Transition Networks, Inc.

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