PoE M12 Ethernet Switches for Onboard Networks
Use our ROQSTAR M12 PoE Ethernet Switches to supply power over Ethernet to all network nodes that require it. Specially made for public transport vehicles, the devices guarantee consistently stable connections on board of buses and trams. Our PoE Ethernet Switches are available with 8, 10, 12 and 16 ports in order to meet all needs. They meet the E-Mark requirements (E1) for road vehicles. Gigabit PoE switches are also approved for use on trams according to EN 50155.
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Standards: ITxPT, E1, EN 50155
ROQSTAR Ethernet switches provide standardized data transmission in public transport vehicles and are approved for usage in different vehicles.
With TRONTEQ, we found the ideal switch provider for our digitization project. They were able to understand our project exactly, explained the various options to us and showed us the advantages and disadvantages. The ROQSTAR managed switch we chose was delivered promptly and installed with absolutely no problems. We are extremely satisfied with the devices and happy that we have achieved our first goal: To reliably provide real-time traffic information to our TüBus passengers.
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Curious to experience our ROQSTAR PoE Ethernet switches in practice? Order one or more test devices now without any obligation and see for yourself. Convinced? Then we look forward to supporting you and your digitalization project with all the resources and know-how at our disposal.
Our products are fundamental for the digitalization in public transport. ROQSTAR M12 Ethernet Switches provide the network infrastructure for e-ticketing, passenger counting systems (PCS), dynamic passenger information (DPI) and closed-circuit television (CCTV).