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IP Com 8 port Desktop Switch with 4 ports PoE

  • Power over Ethernet: Port-1 to Port-4 support AT/AF standard, supports PoE power up to 30W for each PoE port
  • Total PoE Budget* 60W
  • Extend Power Supply Distance: Adopts category 5e cable, power supply and transfer distance up to 150m
  • Green Technology: Durable case and silent,fan-less design, longer service life
  • 2 year return to base warranty

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The F1008P from IP Com is an 8-Port 10/100Mbps Desktop Switch with 4-Port PoE that requires no configuration. 4 of the 8 Auto-Negotiation RJ45 ports (port-1 to port-4) of the switch support Power over Ethernet (PoE) functionality. The PoE ports can automatically detect and supply power with IEEE 802.3af powered devices.

The electrical power is transmitted, along with data, in one single cable allowing you to expand your network to where there are no power lines or outlets, ideal for where you wish to locate Access Point's, IP Cameras or IP Phones, etc.


Download specification datasheet
Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3x, IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at
Interface 8*10/100Mbps auto-negotiation ports, port1 to port4 support
IEEE802.3 at/af standard
Network Media 100BASE-TX: UTP category 5, 5e cable (≤150m)
Backbound Bandwidth 1.6 Gbps
Mac Address Table 2K
Transmission Method Store-And-Forward
Indicator 8*Link/Act per device, 4*PoE Status, 1*Power, 1*PoE-MAX
Input Power Supply External Power Supply: DC: 51V/1.25A
Consumption 2 Watts (max. no PD connected)
63.7 Watts (max. with 58W powered device connected)
Dimensions (L*W*H) 186.7mm*106.7mm*33.3mm
Weight <5kg
PoE Total Power 58W
Forwarding Rate 10BASE-T: 14880pps/port
100BASE-TX: 148800pps/port
Temperature -10ºC ~ 45ºC
Humidity 10%-90%RH (non-condensing)
Certification FCC, CE, RHOS
Package Content 1×External Power, 2×hanging screws, 4×foot pads, 1×User Guide
*PoE switches and injectors can be used to power PoE compliant devices up to the total power output supported for the LAN port and the switch or injector as a whole.

Users must ensure that their connected device keeps within the maximum PoE power permitted per LAN port of the switch or injector and also the total power for all connected devices is less than the maximum total PoE power that the switch or injector can provide. For example, if the PoE switch is maximum 30W per port (so it conforms to 802.11at) but the maximum PoE power for the switch is 60W and the access point you are connecting is 18W maximum then, even if the switch has 8 PoE LAN ports, you can still only power a maximum of three access points.

Damage caused to the switch or injector by over loading the power budget is NOT covered by warranty.
Quick Installation Guide Download here 22.08.14