The Intellinet Network Solutions 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ Switch with SFP Combo Port passes both data and electrical power to a number of PoE-compatible devices via standard Cat5e or Cat6 network cables. Equipped with five Gigabit Ethernet ports – four of which are high-power PoE+ PSE ports – this switch can power wireless LAN access points and bridges, VoIP phones, IP video cameras and more while delivering network speeds of up to 1000 Mbps.
The Intellinet Network Solutions 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ Switch supports the IEEE 802.3at protocol and can inject up to 30 watts of power per port.* IEEE802.3af- or IEEE802.3at-compliant devices attached to the switch require no additional power, which eliminates the time and expense of electrical rewiring and minimizes the unsightly clutter caused by power supplies and adapters in awkward places such as ceilings and walls. Any mix of PoE and non-PoE devices is supported, and thanks to its short circuit, overload and high-voltage protection function, your equipment is well-protected.
More often than not, a network switch does not utilize all of its ports at all times. Normally, when a computer, notebook, network printer or other network device powers down, the switch continues to consume the same amount of power as if it were active. To overcome this waste of energy, the Intellinet Network Solutions 5-Port Gigabit PoE+ Switch employs the new energy-efficient IEEE 802.3az technology, which detects link status to all connected devices and reduces the power usage of ports that are not in use. To facilitate maximum network performance, the Intellinet Network Solutions switch adjusts power output based on the length of the network cable that is connected to a particular port. When things slow down, it automatically scales back power usage to conserve energy and save money.
The Intellinet Network Solutions 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ Switch is equipped with one 1-Gigabit combo port. Available as both an onboard RJ45 port and an optional SFP transceiver module slot, the Gigabit uplink port is ideal for connecting the switch to the network's backbone, a server or, perhaps, your video recording solution (NVR).
* Total PoE budget for this switch is 80 watts. Per-port average power distribution is 20 watts; maximum per-port power usage cannot exceed 30 watts.