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8 Port Unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet PoE Switch and Uplink Port, 10/100/1000Mbps

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8 Port Unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet PoE Switch and Uplink Port, Plug and Play 10/100/1000Mbps

MPN: POE-1609-8P-125
Condition: New

This 9-port Gigabit Ethernet with 8-port PoE Switch supports 10/100/1000M auto-sensing, and protects the existing network investment when you enjoy the gigabit network. The switch is plug-and-play with no configuration required. Diagnostic LEDs which display link status and activity, allow you to quickly detect and correct problems on the network. The switch provides power and connectivity for Wireless APs, IP Cameras, VoIP phones and other PoE devices as well as providing high speed network connectivity to computers and workstations in a home or small office environment.

Operating temperature: -20°c~40°c
Storage temperature: -20°c~70°c
Relative humidity: 20%~85% (non-condensing)
Switching capacity: 18G
MAC address table: 8K
Traffic control: IEEE 802.3x full-duplex flow control
PoE port: 4/8 10/100/1000Base-TX ports
PoE Standard: IEEE802.3af, IEEE802.3at, per port 30W(max)
Power: DC 44V~57V
Input Voltage: AC100-240V 50/60Hz
Power consumption: 125W 
Dimensions (L x W x H): 8.5" x 4.2" x 1.1"

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