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S1105-4-PWR-H - IP Com 5 port 10/100 switch with 4 ports PoE - Discontinued Item

  • 5 10/100BASE-TX RJ45 ports, 1-4: IEEE 802.3af/at PoE ports
  • Maximum power output 30W per port / 58W for the switch
  • Desktop/Wall mountable
  • Plug and Play
  • 2 year return to base warranty

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The IP-S1105, from IP COM, is a 5-port POE switch from IP-COM. All 5 ports operate at Fast Ethernet 100Mbps speeds, rendering it great for use as a network switch in home and small office environments. With its small size, sleek frame and plug-and-play operation, the S1105 is quick and simple to install into an existing system.

As a POE switch, the first 4 ports of the IP-S1105 each provide 30W of POE power, complying with the 802.3af and 802.3at POE standards. This means the switch can power any POE-compatible device running on the POE standards (although not passive-POE devices) running up to the total POE budget of the switch, which is 58W. It's especially ideal for devices such as IP cameras and Access Points.

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Protocols Standards IEEE 802.3、 IEEE 802.3u、IEEE 802.3x、IEEE 802.3af、IEEE 802.3at
Mean Time Between Failures
≥50,000 hours(about 5 years)
LEDs Link/Act, PoE Status, Power, 1000M
Fixed Ports 4x10/100Base-TX RJ45 Ports(Data/Power)
1x10/100/1000Base-T RJ45 Port(Data)
PoE Supply Port 1 to Port 4 support standard IEEE802.3at/af power( maximum power for each port is 30W)
PoE power type is end-span(1245+, 3678- line pair)
in full configuration:<63W
PoE Max Power Supply:58W
Dimensions 100mm*100mm*26mm (W × D × H)
Certification 3C、FCC、CE、RoHS
*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.