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16 Port Unmanaged Fast Ethernet PoE Switch with 2 Gigabit Uplink Port and 1 SFP

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16 Port Unmanaged Fast Ethernet PoE Switch with 2 Gigabit Uplink Port and 1 Gigabit SFP

MPN: POE-2018-16E-200
Condition: New

Product has 16 Fast Ethernet 10/100Mbps PoE port & 2 Gigabits Ethernet 10/100/1000Mbps uplink port & 1 Gigabits Ethernet 10/100/1000Mbps SFP port,
allowing you to expand your home or office’s network easy and convenient.
The PoE ports can automatically detect and supply power to IEEE 802.3af/at-compliant Powered Devices (PDs).
The electrical power is transmitted along with data in one single cable allowing you to expand your network where there are no power lines or outlets,
to where you need to install devices such as APs, IP cameras, or IP phones etc.
Plug & Play, simple set up with no software or configuration needed. Built-in power adapter for easy installation & operation.
Ideal for office and home’s networks. And LED indicators for PoE power and link/activity for ease of use.

• Provides 16 10/100 Base-TX ports, 2 Gigabit uplink port and 1 SFP port
• Provides 16 PoE injector and 250W Built-in power supply
• IEEE802.3x Flow control
• High back-plane bandwidth 7. 2Gbps
• Ethernet Standard: IEEE802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab,IEEE802.3af, IEEE802.3at
• Power Consumption Budget: 250W
• Input Voltage: 100-240V 50/60Hz
• Dimensions (L x W x H): 11" x 7" x 1.6"
• Includes Rack Mounting

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