PSW-2G4F-Box is a multifunction gigabit outdoor managed switch used for the construction of IP video
The switch enclosure is made of reinforced polycarbonate and is absolutely corrosion-resistant. The switch design and fiber glass reinforcement provide the maximum possible impact protection rating (IK10). Dust and moisture protection rating – IP66.
Operation in extreme temperatures
The switch is built based on industrial hardware with a wide range of operating temperatures. Application of industrial SFP modules ensures normal operation in the temperature range from minus 60°C to plus 55°C and above.
High performance gigabit switch
The key element of the switch is high performance chip from Marvell, which is able to process a large volume of traffic coming from the IP cameras.
The switch may supply PoE to any camera compliant with IEEE802.3af standard.
Power supply of camera housings via PoE
During operation with TFortis TH camera housings, the switch uses a standard twisted pair to power both the camera (IEEE802.3af) and the camera housing (Passive PoE).
Connection to 230VAC
A built-in power supply unit ensures direct connection to 230VAC power supply, eliminating the need for an additional power supply unit.
A built-in lightning protection for Ethernet ports and 230VAC power supply protects the switch and connected cameras from surges caused by electrostatic discharges.
A pre-heating function of TFortis TH camera housing ensures safe and guaranteed start of video cameras in freezing weather.
Automatic cameras restart in case of hanging
The switch controls operation of the camera. In case of hanging, the switch will reboot the camera automatically over PoE. It allows to create unattended IP video surveillance networks.
Operation in a ring or a chain configuration
Two gigabit ports allow to connect switches in a chain. Support of STP/RSTP protocols allows to create ring topologies, which significantly improves fault tolerance of the system.
Unauthorized access control
The switch enclosure has a tamper sensor (a sealed switch). Opening of the cabinet door will generate an alarm message to be sent to the server via SNMP or Syslog protocols.
Integrated optical distribution frame
The optical distribution frame allows for optical cable splicing inside the switch and connecting it to SFP modules.
A 35 mm DIN rail is provided inside the switch to allow for installation of additional equipment.
On the switch board there is a dry contact – SENSOR 1 digital input. This port can be used to connect a relay output of the user equipment. Its actuation will generate an alarm message to be sent to the server via SNMP, SNMP Traps, SMTP or Syslog protocols (see detailed information in the Configuration Manual).
The switch enclosure has a tamper sensor (a sealed switch). The sealed switch is connected to SENSOR 2 contact. The cabinet door opening will generate an alarm message to be sent to the server via SNMP, SNMP Traps, SMTP or Syslog protocols (see detailed information in the Configuration Manual).
Tamper sensor on the switch enclosure Mating part of the switch door
Gigabit Ethernet ports
Fast Ethernet ports