NVT Phybridge Reaches Farther with CHARIoT FLEX Switch
OAKVILLE, ON: NVT Phybridge has announced its latest offering for long reach PoE switches. The FLEX switch is a part of the NVT Phybridge CHARIoT series and has been designed to aid customers transform existing 2 or 4 pair UTP infrastructures into IP-based networks and provide connectivity to IoT end points. It is also designed to support long reach requirements in new buildings.
FLEX provides fast Ethernet and UPoE (50 watts) over 2 or 4 pair UTP with 1,640 ft (500m) reach. FLEX can be employed for all IP end points that require fast connectivity and high power. Available in the market today are FLEX 24 Port Managed Switch and FLEX Extenders.
PoLRE, CLEER and FLEX switches, which come under the NVT Phybridge CHARIoT series help customers to shift from existing infrastructures to IP-based infrastructures cost effectively, quickly and without sacrificing security.
The NVT Phybridge CHARIoT series extends 4-6 times more than standard PoE switches over 1 pair UTP, Coax or 2and 4 pair UTP and it also extends your LAN with IP connections with power. It provides you with the flexibility to use AC or DC power with the same switch and uses less power. It has got easy configuration, management and troubleshooting of network.
Its clients include: schools, hospitals, hotels, retailers and governments at all levels. They have used the award winning CHARIoT switches to eliminate risk and save money.
The newly formed NVT Phybridge is one among the best in long reach PoE (Power over Ethernet) for the physical security, communication and building control needs of business. In addition to industry leading analog transmission products, NVT Phybridge’s long reach PoE switches make PoE connections in far places simple. NVT Phybridge CHARIoT Series switches help customers migrate to an IP-based network, transforming the existing or new infrastructure into an IP path with power.
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