Plug-And-Play Luxul L2/L3 Managed Switches Are an Easy Way Into AV Over IP
Luxul plans to demonstrate its L2/L3 Managed Switches at InfoComm 2018 alongside AV over IP manufacturer Just Add Power.
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Showcasing its support for the growing AV over IP category, Luxul is set to release two new managed switches (Luxul L2/L3) that will be prominent at the company’s InfoComm 2018 booth.
Located in booth number N464 during the annual trade event which takes place in Las Vegas June 6-8, Luxul will demonstrate the managed switches in conjunction with AV over IP manufacturer Just Add Power.
“As AV over IP gains popularity, the network switch has become a vital part of the system,” says Mike Grubb, VP of marketing, Luxul. “However, many integrators struggle with switch configuration. To address this issue, our L2/L3 switches are preconfigured to handle this demanding network application.
“In addition, we’ve partnered with Just Add Power and other manufacturers of AV over IP products ensure seamless compatibility with their solutions in pro A/V installations. We look forward to visiting with all the integration companies looking for a solid solution in networking.”
Luxul L2/L3 Managed Switches Features
The Luxul L2/L3 Managed Switches provide integrators with plug-and-play installation ease, including the 26-port Gigabit AMS-2600, the 26-port/24 PoE+ stackable AMS-4424P, the 52-port Gigabit PoE+ XMS-5248P, and the 52-port stackable Gigabit PoE+ XMS-7048P.
Luxul says the stackable AMS-4424P and XMS-7048P switches also incorporate two 10 Gigabit SFP+ ports for seamless scalability and management for as many as 16 switches to provide a network with up to 384 ports and 800 ports each.
The AMS-2600 switch provides two Gigabit RJ-45/SFP combo ports, and the XMS-5248P includes a pair of Gigabit SFP ports.
The PoE+ ports of the AMS-4424P, XMS-5248P and the XMS-7048P enable integrators to expand network infrastructure via the PoE options built into the switches.
Through the inclusion of PoE+, integrators can use standard category cabling to deliver power and data that complies with 802.3/af/at standards.
The AMS-4424P delivers a total power budget of 250 watts, while the XMS-5248P and XMS-7048P each deliver a total power budget of 740 watts.
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