Saturday, May 25, 2024

ICP DAS iNS-316 IoT switch

ICP Electronics Australia has launched the ICP DAS iNS-316 16-port IoT switch. The switch is designed to support both IEEE802.3af and IEEE802.3at PoE specifications, making it compatible with a range of devices.

The switch has the ability to deliver up to 30 W of power per port, ranging from 48 to 57 VDC. The switch is also equipped with 16 PoE/PoE+ PSE capable ports, enhancing its utility in various scenarios.

The switch also has an Ethernet Bypass feature for Port 15 and Port 16. This function is useful for maintaining network stability and uninterrupted data flow, even in the event of a power failure.

For management and configuration, the switch offers a user-friendly web-based GUI, allowing for remote control and monitoring of the power supply status of connected PoE devices. Additionally, the switch supports SNMP v2c and Modbus Function, providing flexibility in network management and device integration.

The switch’s power scheduling function enables it to automatically turn off power to connected devices during non-essential periods, leading to energy savings and a reduced carbon footprint.

Furthermore, each port on the iNS-316 is equipped with independent PoE status LED indicators, allowing for quick and easy identification of any abnormalities in the power supply.

The iNS-316 IoT switch offers a range of PoE capabilities and convenient remote control options, making it suitable for applications in various industries.


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