November 30, 2023

Huawei MA5620 and MA5626 Basic Difference

Huawei MA5620 and MA5626 Basic Difference

Today i will discuss about basic Difference of Huawei MA5620 and MA5626 MDU.

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The SmartAX MA5620 and MA5626 are industry-leading remote multi dwelling units (MDUs) launched by Huawei, which provide broadband services and IP voice services on the Fiber To The Building (FTTB) network for family users and small to medium enterprises. These series products can satisfy government and medium- and small-size enterprise requirements on wireless coverage, video monitoring. The MA5620 and MA5626 are box-type devices. Each of them provides two GPON or GE uplink ports and supports 8-channel, 16-channel, or 24-channel LAN access (LAN:POTS= 1:1). They feature broad temperature range, low power consumption, mute design, high stability,

environment-friendly and energy conservation, and can be used on workbenches and installed in corridors and cabinets, facilitating installation and maintenance.

Huawei MA5620 and MA5626 Basic Difference
Huawei MA5620 and MA5626 Basic Difference

Application of Huawei MA5620 and MA5626:

Application of Huawei MA5620 and MA5626
Application of Huawei MA5620 and MA5626

Huawei MA5620 and MA5626 Applications
Huawei MA5620 and MA5626 Applications

The MA5620 and MA5626 are used on an FTTB network and are installed in a network cabinet in a corridor. They connect to the OLT optical line terminal through GPON uplink ports and connect to PCs by using category-5 cables to provide high-bandwidth broadband, voice, and video services and connect to telephones by using twisted pairs to provide plain old telephone service (POTS) services. they connect to the camera or wireless Access Point (AP) through the FE port. In this manner, the MA5620, MA5626, provide transmission channels for videos and Wi-Fi Internet surfing services, meeting requirements for Wi-Fi coverage and video monitoring in diversified fields. Note that the MA5626 support Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology; therefore, issues related to AP or camera power can be resolved.

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Huawei MA5626
Huawei MA5626

The Difference Between Huawei SmartAX MA5620 and MA5626

MA5626 MA5620
Network-Side Port

Available configuration modes:

• 2 x GPON + 2 x GE (optical)

• 1 x GE (optical) + 1 x GPON

Available configuration modes:

• 2 x GPON

• 2 x GE (optical)

• 1 x GE (optical) + 1 x GPON

User-Side Port

Available configurations:

• 24 x FE+24 x POTS

• 16 x FE+16 x POTS

• 8 x FE + 8 x POTS

Available configurations:

• 8/16/24*FE

• 8/16/24*FE (POE)

• 4*GE+4*FE (POE)

• 8*FE (reverse POE)

Lightning Protection Capability

LAN: 6 kV; POTS: 4 kV LAN: 6 kV
Weight

24 ports, 2.3 kg.

16 ports, 2.29 kg.

8 ports, 2.28 kg.

24 ports, 1.92 kg.

16 ports, 1.91 kg.

8 ports, 1.15 kg.

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