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RB450Gx4 Mikrotik

Manufacturer: Mikrotik
Code: RTB-RB450GX4
Product model: RB450Gx4
Stock: in stock in stock
Packaging: 20 pcs/carton
Documentation: download datasheet for RB450Gx4RB450Gx4 - Datasheet
Your price: 70.51 EUR 


The RB450Gx4 is an Ethernet router with five Gigabit Ethernet ports, a serial port, 512 MB NAND memory and a microSD card slot. In addition, it supports full 10 V - 57 V input by two power jacks or PoE (802.3af/at or passive PoE) and can provide PoE output for Ethernet port #5.

It is powered by MikroTik RouterOS. It comes without an enclosure, you are free to use it in your own. The device form factor is identical to our previous RB850 and RB450 series, so you can even use the same enclosures.

The device is powered by a quad core ARM CPU, has 1 GB of RAM and supports hardware IPsec encryption. The device is powered by RouterOS - the operating system, which will turn this powerful system into a highly sophisticated router, firewall or bandwidth manager.

Technical Specification: #

Architecture ARM
CPU IPQ-4019
CPU core count 4
CPU nominal frequency 716 MHz
Dimensions 90 x 115 mm;
License level 5
Operating System RouterOS
Size of RAM 1 GB
Storage size 2 MB Flash + 512 MB NAND
Operating temperature -40°C .. +70°C
Max Power consumption 5W
PoE in 802.3af/at
Supported input voltage 10-57 V (two DC jacks), 12-57 V (PoE-in)
Number of DC inputs 3 (PoE-IN, 2xDC)
PoE out Passive PoE
10/100/1000 Ethernet ports 5
MicroSD slots 1
Serial port RS232
RB450GX4 Mikrotik

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 10 May, 2018.
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