Vi35126
MaxiiNet Hybrid Fast Ethernet L2 Managed Fiber & UTP PoE Switch

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  • Combines 16 fiber ports with 8 Ethernet UTP/PoE ports into one cost effective easy to install network solution
  • Provides 8 port high power PoE
  • Perfect solution for converting existing analog fiber systems to IP and adding additional IP devices
  • 24 ports at 10/100Mbps, 2 shared fiber/copper Uplink ports @ 1000Mbps
  • Two 1000Mbps indepdent Uplink ports allow for full use of all 24 ports
  • SNMP for communicating error messaging to local computers
  • Automatic IP and and PoE connection and reconnection
  • Automatic programmable MAC identification for all connected devices
  • Individual port MAC detection and binding for port security
  • 8 ports with up to 36W on each Ethernet port
  • Programmable Web Access Filtering (WAF) to prevent unauthorized access
  • Transient ProtectTM intelligent PoE sensing to prevent damage from short
  • Intelligent Power Limit - automatically determines actual PoE power requirements
  • Individual port and main power supply over current, over voltage, over temperature and short protection with automatic recovery
  • Provides 9G bytes fabric switching rate for handling largest megapixels IP cameras
  • Programmable PoE up to 65W per port to handle camera start up and power surges for non fiber ports 
  • Individual port over current protection, monitoring and auto restart
  • SecurPortTM provides individual port and complete switch protection against hacking and ghosting 
 
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 Vigitron’s Vi35126 is the next generation L2 managed switch is designed for Fiber PoE+ and high bandwidth network applications. It provides a reliable infrastructure for your business network. Multiple fiber channels combine with standard Ethernet ports providing the perfect solution for converting existing analog systems to IP, All eight ethernet ports provide up to 36W for handling most PoE surge conditions. Up to 4 ports can provide up to 65W for powering PTZ domes. The Vi35126 delivers intelligent features that are needed to provide unmatched reliability to the critical business applications with unique PoE monitoring and application features. The Vi35126 enables individual port programming to apply PoE individually timed to each port in order to lower the potential for power overload resulting in potential damage to the switch and connected devices.

 
  • Up to 36W for each port simultaneously 
  • Programmable PoE power up to 65W to handle camera surges during camera start up and application of auxiliary functions such as day/night, avoiding PoE shut down for non fiber ports
  • Transient Protect™ determines the difference between the need from additional PoE power and potential damaging shorts providing extra power when required or shutting down port PoE to protect connected devices 
  • Individual port and main power supply over current, over voltage, over temperature and short protection with automatic recovery
  • The 9Gbps switch fabric assures all required bandwidth, even with all ports at their maximum bandwidth to keep video and data quality
  • Automatic connection, re-connection, and port monitoring with PoE application for more reliable start-ups and reducing down time potentials
  • Programmable multicasting for compatibility and performance with largest IP video network systems
  • Programmable Rapid Spanning Tree for redundant network configuration assuring maintenance of network communication using multiple paths
  • Automatic MAC address detection for connected devices for easy connection verification and security programming
  • Programmable and auto detect MAC address binding limiting access for potential hacking
  • Layer 2 network switch compliance
  • Web filtering and MAC address binding provide a two stage protection against hacking
  • SecurPortTM provides complete protection against ghosting when attempts are made to connect unauthorized devices by copying device MAC and IP addresses