PoE Powered Switch is powerful device with high power budget to receive power and data from back-end PSU and pass through to front-end IP devices.
Expanding network ports for multiple IP powered devices in an easy way. Working with Fastcabling 5720-74 PoE injector or 5543-60 PoE switch, the whole system will provide 71W remaining power. This switch is designed to supply PoE for IP devices deployed in the field where power source is difficult to acquire.
The PoE data-in port in the switch receives the power and data from another PoE switch or PoE injector, which delivers high power budget up to 71W to meet different demands over Single Ethernet cable, and the pass through switch expands up to 7 network ports with PoE and gigabit switching capacity, supplying multiple IP devices. The PoE port complies with IEEE802.3at(PoE+) standard. Each PoE port is capable of output maximum power up to 30W.
The switch allows you to expand network access in a rational quantity, saving unnecessary cost, meanwhile repeats the network capability for another 100 meters. No requirement of AC outlet is ideal for wire-constrained application, dealing with the case while power source is not presented in the field.
The PoE switch is in compact size but high power budget as well as quiet fanless, natural cooling design. It is an ideal solution for space-constrained place. With plug and play PoE design, the installation is easy and fast. The switch can work under temperature range from -20℃to 70℃.
+ How it works?
- 1. The 5541-25 PoE powered switch has 8 ports, port #8 is for “Data In”, the other 7 ports are for “PoE Out”. (“Data In” is Data and Power Input; “PoE Out” is Power and data Output.)
- 2. Connect the “Data In” port to 5720-74 PoE injector “PoE Out” port with a 1000BASE-T UTP with PoE cable, the data and power can be transmitted to the PoE powered switch(total maximum output 71watt).
- 3. Connect the “PoE Out” ports to up to 7 IEEE 802.3af/at front-end IP devices with 1000BASE-T UTP with PoE cables to get power and 10/100/1000 Mbps network.
- 4. In a place where is hard to find the AC outlet, the 5720-74 PoE injector and 5541-25 PoE powered switch operate as a pair to provide the easiest way to power your multiple powered devices, such as IP camera, access point, and PoE device etc.
- 71 Watt pass through power budget
- Expand and repeat your PoE network for up to 7 IP devices
- No AC adapter is required, powered by PoE switch or PoE injector.
- Wide range operating temperature from -20℃ to 70℃for outdoor applications
- Compact fanless design avoids overheating
- Gigabit switching capacity
- Both PoE and PoE+ supported
- Dimensions: 152×120×52mm
- Weight: 681g
- Networking Interfaces: (1)10/100/1000 Mbps PoE Ports (1)1 Gbps RJ45 PoE Pass through Ports
- Management Interface: Plug & play
- Switching Capacity: 16Gbps
- Forwarding Rate: 11.9Mpps
- MAC Address Table: 4K，Automatic study, automatic updates
- Jumbo frame: 9216 Bytes
- Packet buffer: 1.5M bit
- Maximum VLANs: 255
- Power Method: External or Pass through PoE
- Power Supply: 48V-55VDC
- PoE budget: 71W
- LEDs Per Port: PWR, LNK/ACT, PoE
- ESD/EMP Protection: Air: ± 8 kV, Contact: ± 6 kV
- Surge Protection: Different mode ±4 kv, Common mode ±6 kv
- Operating Temperature: -20°C ~ 70 °C
- Operating Humidity: 5% ~ 90% non-condensing
- Certifications: CE, FCC, IC
- PoE Interfaces: PoE+ IEEE 802.3af/at (Pins 1, 2+; 3, 6-), Cisco capacitor detected devices
- Max. PoE+ Wattage per Port by PSE: 32W
- Voltage Range 802.3at Mode: DC48V
- Click here to open Datasheet in PDF
+ What is included?
- 1. 95W PoE Powered Switch
- 2. Quick guide
- 3-year GURANTEE
For peace and quiet, we offer a 3-year warranty on all our products.
You can return your product within 30 days of receipt of the product for full refund.
- Q: How much power budget does this switch provide?
A: 5541-25 PoE powered switch delivers high power budget up to 71W to meet different demand. The PoE port complies with IEEE802.3at(PoE+) standard. Each PoE port is capable of output maximum power up to 30W.
- Q: Can it work at outdoor? I want to add it to my security system.
A: The switch can work under temperature range from -20℃ to 70℃. Perfectly fine in various outdoor environments.
- Q: Does the pass through switch require a front-end PoE device?
A: Actually not. You can use it to power devieces while the connected devices do not need network.
- Q: Is it safe to my devices?
A: This switch is back comapliant with IEEE 802.3af/at standard,which takes 2 twisted pairs to transmit data and power,it can work with any devices that supports IEEE 802.3af/at standard.
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