Apply Now to Transportation Surveillance Case with Korenix JetNet 3810G

Korenix JetNet 3810G Industrial 8 PoE + 2 GbE Booster PoE Switch is highly recommended to be applied in transportation surveillance cases such as Railway Station Surveillance, Bus Surveillance, and Mobile Surveillance.

New Taipei City, Taiwan, October 28, 2017 --( Korenix JetNet 3810G is an Industrial PoE Boost Switch equipped with 8 Fast Ethernet PoE ports and 2 Gigabit uplink ports. With this design, it ensures high-bandwidth uplink connections for large-scale surveillance in transportation network systems. The JetNet 3810G integrates Korenix patented vehicle PoE Technology- 12~24V to 48V power booster for making the deployment of standard PoE IP cameras feasible on buses, railcars, ships, etc. Moreover, the compact size with aluminum alloy metal enclosure allows JetNet 3810G to operate reliably under wide temperature range.

Korenix JetNet 3810G features:

8 10/100 TX PoE plus two 10/100/1000TX uplink ports
Vehicle PoE: DC 12V~24V input, deliver 8 port PoE @48V
802.3af compliant PoE: Total power budget is 65W* with max. 15.4W per port
Two gigabit Ethernet ports for larger uplink bandwidth of Surveillance
Support QoS for optimizing video and VoIP stream
Fault relay for active warning of port failure
-25~60℃ operating temperature

Korenix is exhibiting the JetNet 3810G at SPS IPC Drives 2017, please visit Korenix booth at Hall 10.1-418 to learn more about the product and how it can apply in different Surveillance applications. Furthermore, there will be on-site seminar covers Korenix wired and wireless product lines during the show, for registration please visit

Korenix Successful Surveillance Case with JetNet 3810G:
(Malaysia Railway Station)
(Bus Surveillance in Europe)
(Mobile Surveillance)

Korenix Technology, a Beijer Electronics Group Company, is devoted to designing and manufacturing high-quality Industrial Ethernet and Wireless Products to ensure high quality and reliability of industrial networks.

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Sharon Liu