Omnitron Systems OmniConverter Managed Gigabit High Power 60W PoE, SFP, RJ-45, Ethernet Fiber Switch
The OmniConverter GHPoE/M is a compact High-Power PoE Ethernet fiber switch that features one or two Gigabit fiber ports and four 10/100/1000 RJ-45 copper Power Sourcing Power-over-Ethernet ports. The OmniConverter GHPoE/M provides PoE, PoE+, and High-Power 60W PoE (also called 4 Pair PoE, PoE++, or UPoE) per RJ-45 port for outdoor pan-tilt-zoom cameras with heaters and blowers, and multi-stream wireless access points. The GHPoE/M switch enables network distance extension with fiber cabling.
The OmniConverter GHPoE/M is a standard Layer 2 Ethernet switch that forwards frames to any port based on their MAC address.
The OmniConverter GHPoE/M supports Directed Switch mode, which directs multicast traffic (such as video) only to the appropriate fiber port, preventing the multicast video traffic from flooding other network ports.
Models with two fiber ports support redundant fiber uplinks for critical applications that require protection and sub 50ms restoration in the event of a fiber failure. The second fiber port may also be used to daisy-chain multiple Ethernet switches, or it may be used as another switch port.
Models with two fiber ports also support Dual Device mode that enables the GHPoE/M to operate as two independent and isolated Ethernet switches. In Dual Device mode, the GHPoE/M provides separate and independent data traffic paths between the two fiber links and four RJ-45 ports.
The GHPoE/M modes of operation can be configured using easily accessible DIP-switches or using Web, Telnet, SSH or Serial Console management interfaces. The GHPoE/M supports in-band and out-of-band management. In-band management is provided by accessing the module through any of the Ethernet RJ-45 or fiber ports and supports IP-based web, Telnet, SSH and SNMPv1/v2c management interfaces. Out-of-band management is provided by accessing the serial console port. Omnitron's NetOutlook SMNP software can be used for real-time alarm reporting and monitoring of each port.
The OmniConverter GHPoE/M is available with fixed ST, SC, and LC connectors or Small Form Pluggable (SFP) transceiver receptacles. Fiber ports support multimode or single-mode and dual fiber or single-fiber with distances up to 140 km. SFP models support a variety of distances in standard and CWDM wavelengths.
The GHPoE/M automatically negotiates and delivers the power level required by its Powered Device (PD) partner. When negotiating to PoE (IEEE 802.3af) it delivers up to 15.4 Watts per RJ-45 port. When negotiating to PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at) it delivers up to 30 Watts per RJ-45 port. To support high powered devices, each port can be configured to deliver up to 60 Watts of power.
The GHPoE/M features a remote PoE power reset function that can be configured with a DIP-switch or via management. The PoE power reset feature allows all PDs or individual PDs to be power-cycled and reset remotely to save time and expense by eliminating the need to dispatch manpower to remote network sites.
The GHPoE/M also features a heartbeat signal that when configured will periodically ping the attached PD. On a loss of connectivity to the PD, the GHPoE/M can automatically power cycle or shutdown the PD.
The OmniConverter compact fiber switches can be wall mounted or DIN-rail mounted using an optional mounting clip. They are available with external 100 to 240V AC power adapters or a DC terminal connector.
- Supports 1000BASE-X Gigabit fiber and 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ-45 with HPoE
- 5 Port and 6 Port switch configurations: 1 Fiber + 4 RJ-45, 2 Fiber + 4 RJ-45
- Management via Web, Telnet, SSH and serial interfaces
- Supports SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c protocols
- SNMP Management via Omnitron's NetOutlook® management software, or third-party SNMP management software
- Supports IEEE 802.3af PoE (15.4 W), IEEE 802.3at PoE+ (30W), or High-Power PoE (60W) per RJ-45 port
- Configurable PoE Power Reset
- Supports ST, SC and LC fiber ports or SFP transceivers
- Fiber redundancy on models with two fiber ports
- IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging and IEEE 802.1ad Q-in-Q Provider Bridge VLAN stacking