Easy to Repair & Maintain, Reduce Network Downtime with Hikvision EI Smart Managed Switches
Network switches allow networking hardware to gain access to both networks and the Internet, and to improve data flow. Most business switches have basic functionality and simply add Ethernet ports to your current network. Hikvision’s EI Smart Managed Switches offer a range of features such as monitoring and bandwidth threshold that make them easier to repair and maintain, supporting a reduction in network downtime.
Smart switches can benefit a variety of industries, including education, hotels, hospitals, and office buildings.
EI Smart Switches offer a range of benefits, including:
- Reduction in equipment costs with PoE Extended Mode
- Efficient network management with network health monitoring
- Less downtime with real-time alerts that keep your business running
EI Smart Managed Switches come in 4, 8, 16 and 24 port configurations to help you scale your security system and network infrastructure. Learn more about these switches on the product page.
Business operational efficiency and better network management are the result of implementing Hikvision EI Smart Switches. They offer several key features that simplify the process of managing your Hikvision security system.
VIDEO LIVE VIEW AND CONTROL: Video Live View is generated when a Hikvision IP camera is connected to the smart managed switch. This feature provides users with a quick and easy way to identify cameras during maintenance. PTZ control is also available when viewing a Hikvision IP PTZ camera.
VISUAL TOPOLOGY MANAGEMENT: Visual topology management provides an easy-to-read visualized 2D layout of the network devices that are connected to the smart managed switch. All compatible devices will be displayed automatically without further configuration, making it simple to read, build and maintain.
REAL-TIME ALARM AND DEVICE STATUS: The device will turn red in the Visualized Topology interface if it’s been disconnected from the network. Real-Time bandwidth can also be displayed within the Visualized Topology.