Luxul PoE Switches Designed for IP Surveillance
Luxul has announced its new XMS-1010P, XFS-1816P and XFS-1084P PoE switches can be used with today's IP-based surveillance systems.
Luxul is a popular manufacturer of routers, switches, wireless access points (WAPs) and other networking solutions for the custom installation market.
At ISC West 2015, the company announced two new PoE (power over Ethernet) switches built for IP video applications.
The XMX-1010P and XFS-1816P PoE switches offer a respective eight and 16 ports as well two additional Gigabit uplink ports that can be used to connect the products to main switches, routers or directly to NVRs.
“These new PoE switches are a direct response to the needs expressed by our integrators,” says Jeffrey Curtis, president and CEO, Luxul. “Most NVR systems include four, eight or 16 IP cameras. Now, Luxul integrators have an optimal switch for doing any size of job, without sacrificing PoE ports to connect to the network.”
Luxul explains that together with its XFS-1084P, which offers four PoE ports, plus four Ethernet ports, it provides dealers with a choice of PoE switch products that easily mate with four-, eight- and 16-channel NVR systems.
The company adds the XFS-1084P and XFS-1816P are shipping, and the XMS-1010P will be available at the end of April 2015. Luxul can be found at ISC West in booth number #2065 as part of the Powerhouse Alliance exhibit.
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