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IP Com 9-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch with 8-Port PoE
- Superior PoE Performance:9 GE Ethernet ports, 1-8 ports support PoE, wire-speed forwarding on each port
- Total PoE Budget* 124W
- Extend power supply distance:Adopts UPT-five categories, power and transmission distance up to 150 metres
- Surge Protection:Up to 4KV lightning-proof ports, protects PoE switch and the connected devices from lightning surge and other electrical hazards
- 2 year return to base warranty
The G1009P-EI from IP Com is 9-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch with 8 PoE ports, providing 9 GE Base-T Ethernet ports. 1-8 ports support IEEE802.3af PoE(15.4W) or 802.3at PoE(30W) standard power supply.
Using conventional Cat 5e twisted-pair cable power can be transmitted along with data for Access Points, IP Cameras etc. The device is designed with superior performance such as a 9th uplink port for lightning protection, PoE dynamic power, lower power consumption and fan-less.
|Download specification datasheet|
|Protocols Standards||IEEE 802.3、 IEEE 802.3u、IEEE 802.3z、IEEE802.3ab、IEEE 802.3x、
IEEE 802.3af、 IEEE 802.3at
|Mean Time Between Failures
|≥100 thousand hours|
|LEDs||9*Link/Act LEDs , 8*PoE LEDs, 1*Power LED , 1*PoE Max LED|
|Ports||8*10/100/1000Base-TX Ethernet ports (Data/Power)
1*10/100/1000Base-TX uplink Ethernet port
(Data)(Data/Power)1*10/100/1000Base-TX uplink Ethernet port (Data)
|PoE Power||Ports 1~8 support IEEE802.3af (15.4W) PoE supply,and IEEE 802.3at
(30W) PoE supply which can be only connected to 4 of 8 PoE ports at
one time. It adopts two pairs of wires (pins 1 and 2; pins 3 and 6) to PoE
|Input Power||DC: 51V~2.5A|
|Power Consumption||Full Load Consumption: ≤127.5W|
|Operating Environment||Operating Temperature: 0℃~40℃
Storage Temperature: -40℃~70℃
Operating Humidity: 10%~90% RH noncondensing
|*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|
|IP COM Case Studies||Download here||19.05.17|