This refers to a PoE system that can intelligently manage power delivery to connected devices. It may include features such as power prioritization, power scheduling, or power management based on device requirements.
PD Alive (PoE Watchdog)
PD stands for Powered Device, which is the device that receives power over Ethernet. PD Alive or PoE Watchdog is a feature that monitors the status of the powered device to ensure it remains operational. If the device stops responding or malfunctions, the PoE Watchdog can take action, such as resetting the device or sending an alert.
Long Distance PoE Transmission
This feature enables power and data transmission over Ethernet cables at longer distances than standard PoE implementations. It may involve the use of specialized equipment, such as extenders or repeaters, to extend the reach of PoE signals.
Smooth transmission typically refers to the reliable and uninterrupted transfer of data and power over the PoE network. It implies that the system can handle high bandwidth requirements without packet loss, latency, or disruptions.
Wide Working Temperature
The specified temperature range of –10 to 55°C (14°F to 131°F) indicates the environmental conditions in which the PoE device can operate effectively. This feature allows the device to function within a wide temperature range, making it suitable for deployment in various indoor and outdoor environments.
Port isolation refers to the ability to isolate individual ports on a PoE device from each other. This feature ensures that data traffic and power delivery on one port do not interfere with other ports, providing better security, performance, and stability in the network.