PoE Switch: ULTIPOWER 0054at (5×10/100Mbps incl. 4xPoE 802.3at )

PoE Switch: ULTIPOWER 0054at (5×10/100Mbps incl. 4xPoE 802.3at )

Name ULTIPOWER 0054at
Code N29990
Standards and protocols IEEE802.3, 802.3u, 802.3ab, 802.3x  CSMA/CD, TCP/IP
Forwarding rate 10BASE-T: 14880pps/port
100BASE-TX: 148800pps/port
Transmission method Store-and-Forward
Ports 5x RJ45 10/100Mb/s (incl. 4x PoE); auto-negotiation, auto MDI/MDIX
Cabling requirements 10Base-T:
UTP cat. 3, 4 or 5 (up to 100 m)
STP EIA/TIA-568 100 Ω (up to 100 m)
UTP cat. 5 or 5e (up to 100 m)
STP EIA/TIA-568 100 Ω (up to 100 m)
LED indicators Power, Link/Act, 100M, PoE Status
Certification  CE
Dimensions [mm] 120x87x30
Environment Operating temperature range: 0°C…40°C
Storage temperature range: -40°C…70°C
Operating humidity range: 10%…90% (no condensation)
Storage humidity range: 5%…90% (no condensation)
Power 230 VAC
Other features Support for PoE (PD) devices compliant with IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at standards
Support for auto-learning and auto-aging of MAC addresses
Support for bandwidth control in full duplex (IEEE802.3x) and a back-pressure function in half-duplex mode


  • Description


The ULTIPOWER 0054at PoE switch is a desktop device enabling smooth data transmission in 10/100 Mbps Ethernet networks. Its five RJ45 ports support auto-negotiation function, four of them provide power over Ethernet (PoE function). The switch automatically detects PD devices compliant with IEEE 802.3at standard and provides them with power supply. This feature allows the user to expand the network coverage in areas where there is no access to AC power lines/outlets and to deploy access points, IP cameras, IP phones, etc.
Key features:
  • Total of five 10/100 Mbps ports
  • 4x PoE port (each of them ensuring communication and power supply for a network device via a single UTP cable)
  • No need for installation or configuration
  • Max capacity of each PoE port: 25.5 W
  • Support for (PD) PoE devices compliant with IEEE802.3at standard
  • Support for auto-learning and auto-aging of MAC addresses
  • LED indicators providing information on status/speed/activity/PoE
Application diagram
Example application diagram
802.3af vs. 802.3at
The most popular PoE standard, 802.3af, is used e.g. by IP cameras. The supplying voltage can vary from 44 to 57 VDC and the consumed power cannot exceed 15.4 W. The 802.3at version allows for powering devices with DC voltage within 50…57 V range, which consume up to 25.5 W. This group of devices includes printers, IP PTZ cameras, switches.
ULTIPOWER is a brand of high quality IP network devices intended for Ethernet networks, also with Power over Ethernet (PoE) option. All devices of this brand are characterized by maximum performance combined with high reliability.