PoE Switches

PoE Switches

Power over Ethernet Switches

PoE Switches: A Complete Guide

As most businesses these days have some form of structured cabling solution, the demand for connectivity grows daily. Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology offers both data connection and electrical power to powered devices (PDs) through just one cable. The network switch is a crucial component of any smoothly running network. The goal of this article is to provide a comprehensive guide to PoE switches.

What is PoE?

Power over Ethernet technology is a networking protocol defined by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.3af PoE), 802.3at (Poe+), and 802.3bt (PoE++) standards. This technology sends 10/100/1000 megabits per second (Mbps) of data and 15/30/60 watts (W) of power budget over Cat5e and Cat6 Ethernet cables for a maximum distance of 100 meters (m).

What is a PoE switch?

PoE-capable devices come in different categories: power sourcing equipment (PSE), powered devices (PDs), or in some cases, both. The device that supplies the power is the PSE, while the device that receives the power is the PD. In most cases, PSEs are either network switches or PoE injectors that are used with non-PoE switches. It is the switch that enables PDs on a network to communicate. There are regular switches and PoE switches on the market. A PoE switch has the PoE function built into it.

What devices can use

PoE

Here are some noteworthy statistics:

There will be 41 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices by the year 2027.

Every second, another 127 devices are connected to the internet.

Companies will invest up to $1.1 trillion in IoT by 2023

That is a lot of devices—many of which are powered by PoE. Here is a list of the primary devices that currently use power from the Ethernet:

  • VoIP phones: These devices utilize the internet to provide telephone service instead of the standard pair of direct copper wires.
  • Internet Protocol (IP) cameras: These digital video cameras are similar to a webcam; they transmit and receive data over a network or the internet.
  • Wireless access point (WAP): This networking device creates a wireless local area network (WLAN) that allows Wi-Fi devices to connect to a wired network, enabling remote positioning.
  • Thin Clients: These devices are computers that have no localized hard drive. Instead, they work by being remotely connected to a centralized server.
  • Audio devices: Many amplifiers can use a PoE/PoE+ switch to generate the power needed to drive a speaker. A PoE-enabled speaker can cover greater areas and overcome higher ambient noise levels than standard speakers.
  • Remote computer terminals: PoE-enabled computers significantly reduce the need for electrical outlets because power is delivered over a single Ethernet cable.
  • TVs: The latest PoE standard (IEEE 802.3bt-Type 4) can power some energy-efficient SMART TVs.
  • Computer monitors: An example of these devices is the panel PC, which is now becoming standard for checking-in to medical facilities, leisure facilities, activity centers, and AirBnB properties.

A sector to look at for the future is the recent PoE applications developing for SMART home automation. This cutting edge PoE technology includes LED lighting, heating and air conditioning, appliances, voice assistants, and even electric car charging stations.

PoE Switches vs. Regular Switches

The most significant difference between a PoE switch and a regular (non-PoE) switch is Power over Ethernet access. With a PoE switch, PoE and non-PoE devices can be mixed. However, with a regular switch, mixing PoE and non-PoE devices is not possible. A regular switch can be made “PoE ready” by installing a PoE injector.

While regular switches can be made PoE ready, as noted above, there are some distinct advantages to using a PoE switch. Here are a few:

PDs that PoE powers can be located almost anywhere—even in hard-to-reach areas that are not close to an electrical outlet.
PoE switches have state-of-the-art features such as high-performance hardware and software, auto-sensing to determine if a PD is PoE-enable or not, and network security.
With a PoE switch, there is no need to purchase extra electrical wiring or install additional outlets. Ethernet cables cost less and can be installed without the need for an expensive electrician.
A PoE switch can determine the power supply needs of a PD and delivers only the amount required, eliminating power waste and saving money.
New PoE devices flood the market daily. The integration of PoE switches into your network infrastructure enables cutting-edge devices and will ultimately enhance your business posture.

While regular switches can be made PoE ready, as noted above, there are some distinct advantages to using a PoE switch. Here are a few:

For some applications, a PoE switch may not provide sufficient power (for instance, a network PTZ camera).
A single PoE switch is usually connected to several PDs. If one of these network devices fails, all of the devices will stop working.
The maximum distance a PoE switch can transmit power is 100 m. With the support of a PoE extender, the transmission can be increased to 4000 m. However, this may still be inadequate for large networks in corporations, campuses, hotels, hospitals, etc.
With a PoE switch, there is no need to purchase extra electrical wiring or install additional outlets. Ethernet cables cost less and can be installed without the need for an expensive electrician.
With a PoE switch, there is no need to purchase extra electrical wiring or install additional outlets. Ethernet cables cost less and can be installed without the need for an expensive electrician.

What type of

PoE switch should I buy?

There are three basic types of PoE switches: the unmanaged PoE switch, the smart (or hybrid) PoE switch, and the managed PoE switch. Deciding which of these is best suited for your specific needs and budget can feel overwhelming. Our goal is to simplify this process as much as possible by cutting through some of the complexity. Let’s begin.

The Unmanaged PoE Switch

Unmanaged PoE switches are basic, plug-and-play devices with no remote configuration, management, or monitoring options. These switches are recommended for home or small networks or can add temporary groups of systems to an extensive network. These switches have a built-in Quality of Service (QoS) service to ensure they work well. Unmanaged switches have basic security measures, such as a lockable port cover to ensure the device is not tampered with. However, an unmanaged PoE switch is never recommended for networks that handle sensitive information. As this is a basic, no-frills device, it is also the least expensive.

The Smart (Hybrid) PoE Switch

Smart PoE switches offer a “lite” version of network management, QoS, and security functions. Security levels include 502.1x endpoint authentication and, in some cases, a limited number of access control lists (ACLs). However, these switches cannot monitor or troubleshoot and cannot be accessed remotely. Smart switches are best suited for simple networks or at the edge of a large network where managed switches are the core infrastructure.

The Managed PoE Switch

A managed PoE switch provides the most comprehensive levels of management, configuration, and security available. These devices have features such as user traffic prioritization, network partitioning, the ability to connect to different types of networks, and traffic monitoring. Managed PoE switches provide QoS that is far beyond any offered by an unmanaged or smart PoE switch. The managed PoE switch is best used for business networks and data centers. We strongly recommend the purchase of a managed PoE switch whenever your budget allows.

Active vs. Passive PoE Switch

When we talk about active PoE (also known as standard PoE), we refer to the negotiation of the proper voltage between a PSE and a PD. An active PoE switch is rated as compliant with the IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at, or IEEE802.3bt standard. An active switch can also be classified as PoE, PoE+, or PoE++. When an active PoE switch first powers up, it tests and checks to ensure that the switch and the PD’s electrical power are compatible. If the electrical power is not compatible, the active switch will not deliver power, ensuring no PD damage. Passive PoE (also known as non-standard) also delivers power but without the negotiation process. A passive PoE switch does not adhere to any IEEE standards. When using a passive switch model, the power is always “on” and sends a prescribed voltage whether the PD supports it or not. This can result in damage to the PD. Because active PoE switches have a built-in power controller and passive PoE switches do not, it is evident that an active switch is safer and more desirable.

Layer 2 vs. Layer 3 PoE Switch

The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model is used to describe a network system’s functions. There are seven layers that help us visualize how networks operate. This article will concentrate on the Data Link Layer (Layer 2) and the Network Layer (Layer 3). When choosing a PoE switch, you will need to select a Layer 2 model or a Layer 3 model. The difference between these two layers has to do with their routing functions. Layer 2 PoE switches use a device’s Media Access Control (MAC) address to decide where to forward frames. This is known as static routing. Layer 3 switches can do static and dynamic routing, as they have both MAC address and Internal Protocol (IP) routing tables. In addition, this switch operates intra-VLAN communication and packets routing between different VLANS.

Additional Factors to Consider When

Choosing a PoE Switch

How many ports do I need?

The number of ports on a switch can vary from 4-port models to 54-port models. When purchasing a PoE switch, it is wise not only to consider your present needs but also to anticipate your future needs. You will need a switch with enough wired RJ45 connections for each internet connection, with a few more available for the future. In general, 4-port and 8-port models will work for a home network, while the 24-port and 45-port models are sufficient for a business or data center.

What level of technical support will I need?

Determining the amount of technical support you will need after your purchase is vital. With some purchases, there will be a limited window of time allotted for configuring or troubleshooting. And in some cases, no technical support will be offered at all.

You may even need to be prepared for the fact that it will be necessary to contract with an outside support team to get the help you require. Settling this aspect of your purchase will save time, money, and frustration in the long run.

What about power consumption?

It is vital to estimate the amount of power it will take to operate all your PDs before searching for a PoE switch, as their total power consumption must not exceed the maximum power supply of the PoE switch.

For example: If you purchase a 4-port PoE switch that complies with IEEE 802.3at/af standard, the switch will have a power budget of 60W. Therefore this switch can simultaneously connect four 15W devices (4x 15W=60W)—OR—two 30W devices (2x30W=60W).

A Short Word About Cables

We recommend using Ethernet cables that use oxygen-free wire as they offer less power and signal loss. The maximum transmission length between a PoE switch and a PD is 100 m. The further the distance between the devices, the weaker the signal gets. Should you need a longer transmission distance, a PoE extender will help.

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How much speed will my PoE switch provide?

PoE switches come in four speed categories:

  1. Fast Ethernet: 10/100 Mbps
  2. Gigabit Ethernet: 10/100/1000 Mbps
  3. Ten Gigabit: 10/100/1000/10000 Mbps
  4. 40/100 Gbps

Speed is everything. For most businesses and other enterprises, the use of Gigabit Ethernet or higher is the way to go.

What type of redundancy will I need for my network?

Here’s the question: Should I buy one 16-port PoE switch or go with two 8-port models?

To make this decision, you need to evaluate things like the urgency of uptime, network management, space availability, and, of course, your budget. If these variables are not prohibitive, then the best choice will usually be to purchase the two 8-port models.

Generally speaking, redundancy improves reliability. It’s simple: If you have a single switch and it experiences a failure, your whole network goes down. If you have two switches and one experiences problems, only half of your network goes down.

Redundancy is always an important consideration, especially if you manage sensitive personal or financial data.

Do I have to worry about PoE compatibility?

All PoE switches do not work with all PDs. You must ensure that you purchase a switch that will work with your devices. Here’s what to look for:

  • Be sure the PoE switch supports the same PoE standard required by your PDs. For example, if your PDs use the PoE+ standard, then your PoE switch must be PoE+, too.
  • Confirm that the power supply modes of the switch and the PD are the same. If a PD is designed for PoE mode A, but the PoE switch you are looking at is designed for mode B, they will not work together.
  • Make sure your PDs are not locked into working only with PSEs produced by a specific manufacturer.

How many ports do I need?

The number of ports on a switch can vary from 4-port models to 54-port models. When purchasing a PoE switch, it is wise not only to consider your present needs but also to anticipate your future needs. You will need a switch with enough wired RJ45 connections for each internet connection, with a few more available for the future. In general, 4-port and 8-port models will work for a home network, while the 24-port and 45-port models are sufficient for a business or data center.

How much speed will my PoE switch provide?

PoE switches come in four speed categories:

  1. Fast Ethernet: 10/100 Mbps
  2. Gigabit Ethernet: 10/100/1000 Mbps
  3. Ten Gigabit: 10/100/1000/10000 Mbps
  4. 40/100 Gbps

Speed is everything. For most businesses and other enterprises, the use of Gigabit Ethernet or higher is the way to go.

What about power consumption?

It is vital to estimate the amount of power it will take to operate all your PDs before searching for a PoE switch, as their total power consumption must not exceed the maximum power supply of the PoE switch.

For example: If you purchase a 4-port PoE switch that complies with IEEE 802.3at/af standard, the switch will have a power budget of 60W. Therefore this switch can simultaneously connect four 15W devices (4x 15W=60W)—OR—two 30W devices (2x30W=60W).

Do I have to worry about PoE compatibility?

All PoE switches do not work with all PDs. You must ensure that you purchase a switch that will work with your devices. Here’s what to look for:

  • Be sure the PoE switch supports the same PoE standard required by your PDs. For example, if your PDs use the PoE+ standard, then your PoE switch must be PoE+, too.
  • Confirm that the power supply modes of the switch and the PD are the same. If a PD is designed for PoE mode A, but the PoE switch you are looking at is designed for mode B, they will not work together.
  • Make sure your PDs are not locked into working only with PSEs produced by a specific manufacturer.

What type of redundancy will I need for my network?

Here’s the question: Should I buy one 16-port PoE switch or go with two 8-port models?

To make this decision, you need to evaluate things like the urgency of uptime, network management, space availability, and, of course, your budget. If these variables are not prohibitive, then the best choice will usually be to purchase the two 8-port models.

Generally speaking, redundancy improves reliability. It’s simple: If you have a single switch and it experiences a failure, your whole network goes down. If you have two switches and one experiences problems, only half of your network goes down.

Redundancy is always an important consideration, especially if you manage sensitive personal or financial data.

What level of technical support will I need?

Determining the amount of technical support you will need after your purchase is vital. With some purchases, there will be a limited window of time allotted for configuring or troubleshooting. And in some cases, no technical support will be offered at all.

You may even need to be prepared for the fact that it will be necessary to contract with an outside support team to get the help you require. Settling this aspect of your purchase will save time, money, and frustration in the long run.

A Short Word About Cables

We recommend using Ethernet cables that use oxygen-free wire as they offer less power and signal loss. The maximum transmission length between a PoE switch and a PD is 100 m. The further the distance between the devices, the weaker the signal gets. Should you need a longer transmission distance, a PoE extender will help.

The number of ports on a switch can vary from 4-port models to 54-port models. When purchasing a PoE switch, it is wise not only to consider your present needs but also to anticipate your future needs. You will need a switch with enough wired RJ45 connections for each internet connection, with a few more available for the future. In general, 4-port and 8-port models will work for a home network, while the 24-port and 45-port models are sufficient for a business or data center.

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Why We Recommend That

Your Network Needs a Managed PoE Switch

As previously stated, we strongly recommend the use of a managed PoE switch over an unmanaged or smart switch. Simply put: A managed switch is always the best solution. Here’s why:

Managed switches have port security that can disable ports and prevent unauthorized access. This greatly minimizes the threat of a virus and prevents unauthorized users from wreaking havoc on your network.

Managed switches have redundancy which protects a network should a connection or cable fail by providing an alternative traffic path for data. The feature helps prevent costly downtime

Another feature of a managed PoE switch is QoS. This function enables the prioritization of local area network (LAN) traffic, ensuring that the most important data gets through. This allows for consistent network performance by preventing other network traffic from causing a malfunction.

Managed switches can create private VLANs that allow the segmentation and isolation of network traffic. This feature dramatically improves network performance and is an additional security measure as well.

Managed switches use Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to monitor network services’ traffic and performance—even remotely if desired. This allows for quick problem detection and repair.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between PoE, PoE+, and PoE++?

PoE (power over Ethernet) is a reliable technology that delivers power and data over a single Ethernet cable for LANs. PoE comes in three strengths:

  • PoE: This technology was first defined in 2003 by the IEEE 802.3af standard. When functioning as a PSE, a PoE switch can support a maximum power consumption of up to 15.4W per PoE port and has a voltage range between 44V and 57V.
  • PoE+: This technology is an upgrade of the IEEE 802.3at standard and was published in 2009. PoE+ supports devices that have higher power consumption. A PoE+ switch delivers up to 25.5W for a PD with a voltage range from 50V to 57V.
  • PoE++: To provide even more power, PoE+ was upgraded to PoE++ (IEEE 802.3bt) in 2018. This technology has two classification types: Type 3 and Type 4. Type 3 uses two or all four twisted pairs in a copper cable. Type 4 delivers power over four twisted pairs in an Ethernet cable. A PoE++ switch delivers up to 60W on each port under Type 3 or up to 100W under Type 4.

What is a PoE injector?

A PoE injector (also known as a midspan PoE adapter) is used to make a non-PoE switch work with PoE devices. The use of a PoE injector avoids the need for AC power lines and enables the installation of devices in hard-to-reach areas that have no electrical outlets.

What is a PoE extender?

A PoE extender is used to increase the basic 100m distance limit for twisted-pair Ethernet cables. This technology is used for networks that need to span long distances, such as hotels, sports arenas, school campuses, etc.

What is a PoE splitter?

PoE splitters are used in conjunction with PoE switches and PoE injectors. A splitter separates power from data, feeding it into a separate input. This technology can be used with both legacy and low-power devices. A PoE splitter enables a non-PoE device to be upgraded to PoE.

What is the difference between a PoE switch and a regular switch?

The primary difference between a PoE switch and a regular switch is access to Power over Ethernet, as a regular switch is not PoE-enabled. However, a regular switch can be made PoE compliant by connecting it to a PoE injector or PoE splitter.

Can a PoE switch be used as a regular switch?

Yes, it happens all the time. PoE will only send power if a device requests it. If PoE is not asked for, the PoE switch will function just like a regular switch.

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Industrial PoE?

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C11-042-30-065 6-Port 10/100 with 4PoE Ports and 2 EXPoE Ports (65W)

$55.00

AETEK’s C11 indoor unmanaged EXPoE switch series, equipped with DIP switch, provides an EX “Extensive” operation mode. The C11 series is specially designed for IP Surveillance application as well as standard 802.3af/at PoE functions. The EX mode delivers extreme distances of camera images and powers a maximum of up to 250m via specific EX ports for long reach PoE IP cameras. The C11 series also features an extra 20% range of input voltage tolerance, lightning surge protection of AC power and PoE surge protection to prevent the damage caused by outside unstable AC power, lightning surge and power spike. These unique features reduce the costs to replace a damaged fault unit.

The C11 series has five sub models consisting of 6, 10, 18, and 26 ports with a range of power budgets from 65W to 380W for IP
surveillance.

Features:

  • 2 of the 4 PoE ports can be adjusted as EX PoE mode
  • Total power budget 65W
  • 15.4W/30W 802.3af/802.3at compliant
  • 4KV PoE surge protection each port
  • 4KV AC surge protection
  • 20% range of input voltage tolerance
  • Circuit protection prevents power interference between ports
  • Detects PoE PD (power device) automatically
  • EX mode OFF reaches PoE camera up to 100m@100Mbps via any port
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3af camera up to 250m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3at camera up to 200m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports

C11-082-32-120 8-Port 10/100 with 8 PoE Ports + 2 EXPoE Ports and 2 GbE Combo Ports (120W)

$152.00

AETEK’s C11 indoor unmanaged EXPoE switch series, equipped with DIP switch, provides an EX “Extensive” operation mode. The C11 series is specially designed for IP Surveillance application as well as standard 802.3af/at PoE functions. The EX mode delivers extreme distances of camera images and powers a maximum of up to 250m via specific EX ports for long reach PoE IP cameras. The C11 series also features an extra 20% range of input voltage tolerance, lightning surge protection of AC power and PoE surge protection to prevent the damage caused by outside unstable AC power, lightning surge and power spike. These unique features reduce the costs to replace a damaged fault unit.

The C11 series has five sub models consisting of 6, 10, 18, and 26 ports with a range of power budgets from 65W to 380W for IP
surveillance.

Features:

  • 15.4W / 802.3af & 30W / 802.3at compliant
  • 6KV PoE surge protection each port
  • 4KV AC surge protection
  • Extra 20% range of input voltage tolerance
  • Circuit protection prevents power interference between ports
  • Detects PoE PD (power device) automatically
  • EX mode OFF reaches PoE camera up to 100m@100Mbps via any PoE port
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3af camera up to 250m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3at camera up to 200m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports

C11-162-31-250 16-Port 10/100 with 8 EXPoE Ports and 2 GbE Combo Ports (250W)

$330.00

AETEK’s C11 indoor unmanaged EXPoE switch series, equipped with DIP switch, provides an EX “Extensive” operation mode. The C11 series is specially designed for IP Surveillance application as well as standard 802.3af/at PoE functions. The EX mode delivers extreme distances of camera images and powers a maximum of up to 250m via specific EX ports for long reach PoE IP cameras. The C11 series also features an extra 20% range of input voltage tolerance, lightning surge protection of AC power and PoE surge protection to prevent the damage caused by outside unstable AC power, lightning surge and power spike. These unique features reduce the costs to replace a damaged fault unit.

The C11 series has five sub models consisting of 6, 10, 18, and 26 ports with a range of power budgets from 65W to 380W for IP
surveillance.

Features:

  • 8 of the 16 PoE ports can be adjusted as EX PoE mode
  • Total Power budget 250W
  • 15.4W/30W 802.3af/802.3at compliant
  • 6KV PoE surge protection each port
  • 4KV AC surge protection
  • 20% range of input voltage tolerance
  • Circuit protection prevents power interference between ports
  • Detects PoE PD (power device) automatically
  • EX mode OFF reaches PoE camera up to 100m@100Mbps via any port
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3af camera up to 250m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3at camera up to 200m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports

C50-162-30-250 Managed ONVIF GbE Switch with 16 X 30W PoE and 2 SFP Interfaces

$650.00

C50-162-30-250, a basic Layer 2 Smart PoE Switch, is equipped with 16-port Gigabit PoE (10M/100M/1G) and 2-port Gigabit (100M/1G) SFP transceiver slots for flexible link. With total power budget up to 250W, C50-162-30-250 is an optimum framework and solution forPoEIP device such as IP cameras and wireless APs complying ONVIF, UPnP or ARP protocol.

AETEK’s C50 series to ONVIF cameras will not only be a smart L2 PoE Gigabit switch, but also be the centralized IP surveillance controller. The functions of IP surveillance controller incorporate multi-brand ONVIF IP surveillance products including camera, NVR, and video server to configure and manage over a single IP network. The unique benefits by dedicated TAB & GUI generate IP surveillance topology automatically once ONIF cameras are connected to C50 smart L2 PoE switch.

Installers can easily catch comprehensive individual ONVIF camera information including camera list, IP/MAC address, topology, power consumption, and traffic monitoring via web browser. Furthermore, an intuitive web GUI leads installer to group VLAN across switches, reboot camera, and diagnose cable via graphic topology. C50 series is the innovative SmartL2 PoE switch that brings the ONVIF cameras to benefit of simplified management, reduced complexity, lowered cost for IP surveillance deployments.

C50-242-30-370 Managed ONVIF GbE Switch with 24 X 30W PoE and 2 SFP Interfaces

$808.00

C50-242-30-370, a basic Layer 2 Smart PoE Switch, is equipped with 24-port Gigabit PoE (10M/100M/1G) and 2-port Gigabit (100M/1G) SFP transceiver slots for flexible link. With total power budget up to 370W, C50-242-30-370 is an optimum framework and solution forPoEIP device such as IP cameras and wireless APs complying ONVIF, UPnP or ARP protocol.

AETEK’s C50 series to ONVIF cameras will not only be a smart L2 PoEGigabit switch, but also be the centralized IP surveillance controller. The functions of IP surveillance controller incorporate multi-brand ONVIF IP surveillance products including camera, NVR, and video server to configure and manage over a single IP network. The unique benefits by dedicated TAB & GUI generate IP surveillance topology automatically once ONIF cameras are connected to C50 smart L2 PoE switch.

Installers can easily catch comprehensive individual ONVIF camera information including camera list, IP/MAC address, topology, power consumption, and traffic monitoring via web browser. Furthermore, an intuitive web GUI leads installer to group VLAN across switches, reboot camera, and diagnose cable via graphic topology. C50 series is the innovative SmartL2 PoE switch that brings the ONVIF cameras to benefit of simplified management, reduced complexity, lowered cost for IP surveillance deployments.

C51-164-30-250 Managed 16-Port 10/100/1000 PoE Switch with 2 GbE and 2 SFP Ports (250W)

$418.00

The C51 series from AETEK offers a broad range of L2 Smart PoE Switches, equipped with multi-port Gigabit PoE (10M/100M/1G) and SFP transceiver (1G) slots for flexible link. The C51 series has three sub-models including 8 ports, 16 ports, and 24 ports complying with IEEE 802.3af/at standards with sufficient PoE power budget for any application.

Features:

  • Layer 2 Switch
  • 802.1d (STP), 802.1w (RSTP), 802.1s (MSTP)
  • Loop protection
  • LACP
  • QoS
  • VLAN
  • Ethernet cable length measurement
  • DHCP Server
  • Flexible SFP transceiver ports for uplink
  • 15.4W/30W per port IEEE802.3af/at compliant
  • Supports 10/100/1000Mbps data rates
  • Support Auto-MDI/MDIX
  • Built-in 12KV surge protection for each PoE port
  • IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green power
  • 19″ Rackmount installation

C51-244-30-370 Managed 24-Port 10/100/1000 PoE Switch with 2 GbE and 2 SFP Ports (370W)

$565.00

The C51 series from AETEK offers a broad range of L2 Smart PoE Switches, equipped with multi-port Gigabit PoE (10M/100M/1G) and SFP transceiver (1G) slots for flexible link. The C51 series has three sub-models including 8 ports, 16 ports, and 24 ports complying with IEEE 802.3af/at standards with sufficient PoE power budget for any application.

Features:

  • Layer 2 Switch
  • 802.1d (STP), 802.1w (RSTP), 802.1s (MSTP)
  • Loop protection
  • LACP
  • QoS
  • VLAN
  • Ethernet cable length measurement
  • DHCP Server
  • Flexible SFP transceiver ports for uplink
  • 15.4W/30W per port IEEE802.3af/at compliant
  • Supports 10/100/1000Mbps data rates
  • Support Auto-MDI/MDIX
  • Built-in 12KV surge protection for each PoE port
  • IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green power
  • 19″ Rackmount installation

H36-044-90 Industrial Gigabit 30W/60W/95W PoE Switch W/ 12~56VDC Input

$578.00

The H36-044-90 is an Industrial Gigabit PoE Switch that is designed with IP30, 12KV PoE Ethernet port surge protection, and operation temperature between -40°C and 75°C during harsh weather conditions. They enable indoor connections of PoE PDs to the network such as outdoor IP cameras, wireless APs, and other industrial applications. The H36-044-90 provide 4-port Gigabit 95W PoE with 2 port Gigabit RJ45 and 2 port Gigabit SFP transceiver slots for flexible uplink.

The H36-044-90 as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and provide power up to 95W per port.

H40-044-30-150 Unmanaged Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 30W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP interfaces

$625.00

The H40-044-30-150 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the outdoor environment and offers four of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 30-watt 802.3at. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit copper ports and another 2 extra SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 150 watts, the H40-044-30-150 meets the demand of PoE power for any HD IP surveillance applications. It enables the outdoor connection of PoE power devices (PDs) to the network, including outdoor PoE IP cameras, PoE wireless access points (APs), and other industrial applications.

The H40 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports IP67, 6KV surge protection for each Ethernet port, 40KV surge protection in AC power, and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 65 °C.

The H40 series has three sub-models, each classified as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and providing power of up to 30W or 60W per port.

H40-044-60-250 Unmanaged Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 60W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP interfaces

$875.00

The H40-044-60-250 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the outdoor environment and offers four of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 60-watt UPoE. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit copper ports and another 2 extra SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 250 watts, the H40-044-60-250 meets the demand of high-power PoE for IP surveillance applications such as outdoor PTZ Speed Dome camera, License Plate Recognition(LPR) camera with high- power illuminator, and outdoor camera supporting cold start function.

The H40 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports IP67, 6KV surge protection for each Ethernet port, 40KV surge protection in AC power, and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 65°C.

The H40 series has three sub-models, each classified as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and providing power of up to 30W or 60W per port.

H40-044-90-250 Unmanaged Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 95W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP interfaces

$875.00

The H40-044-90-250 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the outdoor environment and offers four of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 95-watt PoE. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit copper ports and another 2 extra SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 250 watts, the H40-044-90-250 meets the demand of PoE power for any HD IP surveillance applications. It enables the outdoor connection of PoE power devices (PDs) to the network, including outdoor PoE IP cameras, PoE wireless access points (APs), and other industrial applications.

The H40 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports IP67, 12KV surge protection for each Ethernet port, 40KV surge protection in AC power, and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 65°C.

The H40 series has three sub-models, each classified as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and providing power of up to 30W or 60W per port.

H40-082-30-250 Unmanaged Industrial Outdoor PoE Switch with 8 x 30W PoE and 2 SFP interfaces

$750.00

The H40-082-30-250 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the outdoor environment and offers eight of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 30-watt 802.3at. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 250 watts, the H40-082-30-250 meets the demand of PoE power for any HD IP surveillance applications. It enables the outdoor connection of PoE power devices(PDs) to the network, including outdoor PoE IP cameras, PoE wireless access points (APs), and other industrial applications.

The H40 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports IP67, 6KV surge protection for each Ethernet port, 40KV surge protection in AC power, and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 65 °C.

The H40 series has three sub-models, each classified as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and providing power of up to 30W or 60W per port.

H42-042-30-075 Unmanaged Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 30W PoE + 1 selectable 24/56VDC PoE and 1 SFP interface

$375.00

The H42-042-30-075 is Industrial Gigabit Adjustable PoE Switch designed with IP67 & IK10, 6KV PoE Ethernet port surge protection, 10KV surge protection in AC power, and operation temperature between -40°C and 65°C during harsh weather conditions. They enable outdoor connections of PoE PDs to the network such as outdoor IP cameras, wireless APs, and other industrial applications. The H42-042-40-075 provides 4 ports Gigabit PoE with 1 port Gigabit adjustable 24VDC or 56VDC PoE as well as additional SFP transceiver slots for flexible uplink.

The H42-042-30-075 as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and provide power up to 30W per port.

H70-044-60 Managed Industrial IP30 PoE Switch With 4 X 60W PoE + 2 RJ45 And 2 SFP Interfaces

$996.00

The H70-044-60 Switch, a 4-Port 60W UPoE + 2-port RJ45 + 2-port SFP Industrial L2 plus Gigabit switch is designed with 6KV Ethernet port surge protection and industrial grade standard to operate between -40°C and 75°C for harsh weather conditions. They enable outdoor connections of PoE PDs to the network such as outdoor IP cameras, wireless APs, and other outdoor industrial applications.

Besides Layer 2 plus managed PoE Gigabit switch features, H70-044-60 is also an IP camera controller to be easy overview & management for IP cameras complying with ONVIF even installers are not familiar with advanced features of Layer 2 plus managed PoE switch. A centralized GUI (Graphic User Interface) makes it easy to find ONVIF cameras and generate topology automatically once IP cameras are connected to H70-044-60.

Besides general functions of L2 plus & basic L3 switch such as static route, QoS, security, spanning tree, cable length measurement, and SNMP v1/v2c/v3, a dedicated web graphic user interface of IP surveillance is easy to configure and manage IP device. It automatically generates network topology maps enabling VLAN group, cable diagnostic, and PoE management.

H80-044-30-150 Managed Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 30W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP interfaces

$1,180.00

The H80-044-30-150 PoECam Switch, a 4-Port 30W PoE + 2-port RJ45 + 2-port SFP L2 plus Gigabit switch, is designed with IP67, 6KV PoE Ethernet surge protection, and 40KV surge protection in power. It enables connection for outdoor PoE PDs such as IP Cameras & wireless APs to operate between -40℃ ~ 65℃ during harsh weather conditions.

Besides Layer 2 plus managed PoE Gigabit switch features, H80-044-30-150 is also an IP camera controller to be easy overview & management for IP cameras complying with ONVIF even installers are not familiar with advanced features of Layer 2 plus managed PoE switch. A centralized GUI (Graphic User Interface) makes it easy to find ONVIF cameras and generate topology automatically once IP cameras are connected to H80-044-30-150.

In addition, installers can easily catch comprehensive individual ONVIF camera information including camera list, IP/MAC address, topology, power consumption, PoE, and traffic monitoring thru Web browser. Furthermore, an intuitive web GUI leads installer to group VLAN across switches, diagnose cable, and reboot camera thru graphic topology. H80-044-30-150 bringing the ONVIF cameras benefit of simplified management, reduced complexity, lower cost for IP surveillance deployments.

C70 series, a Master PoECam L2 plus managed switch, must be installed within indoor control center in order to optimize comprehensive H80-044-30-150 features.

H80-044-60-250 Managed Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 60W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP interface

$1,348.00

The H80-044-60-250 PoECam Switch, a 4-Port 60W PoE + 2-port RJ45 + 2-port SFP L2 plus Gigabit switch, is designed with IP67, 6KV PoE Ethernet surge protection, and 40KV surge protection in power. It enables connection for outdoor PoE PDs such as IP Cameras & wireless APs to operate between-40℃ ~ 60℃ during harsh weather conditions.

Besides Layer 2 plus managed PoE Gigabit switch features, H80-044-60-250 is also an IP camera controller to be easy overview & management for IP cameras complying with ONVIF even installers are not familiar with advanced features of Layer 2 plus managed PoE switch. A centralized GUI (Graphic User Interface) makes it easy to find ONVIF cameras and generate topology automatically once IP cameras are connected to H80-044-60-250.

In addition, installers can easily catch comprehensive individual ONVIF camera information including camera list, IP/MAC address, topology, power consumption, PoE, and traffic monitoring thru Web browser. Furthermore, an intuitive web GUI leads installer to group VLAN across switches, diagnose cable, and reboot camera thru graphic topology. H80-044-60-250 bringing the ONVIF cameras benefit of simplified management, reduced complexity, lower cost for IP surveillance deployments.

C70 series, a Master PoECam L2 plus managed switch, must be installed within indoor control center in order to optimize comprehensive H80-044-60-250 features.

VX-GPH8245 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Smart-Managed Switch with 4 PoE+ Ports

$88.00

5-Port PoE Switch

The Versa Technology VX-GPH8245 is a 5-port gigabit ethernet smart-lite switch with 4 PoE+ ports. With a total of 5 backwards-compatible gigabit ports, you can integrate computers, printers, access points, etc. in your network reliably. The VX-GPH8245 can also supply power to PoE-enabled devices via its 4 PoE ports (IEEE 802.3af). This eliminates the need for an additional power cable. To ensure silent operation in the workplace, the VX-GPH8245 is equipped with a fanless design. The switch is “smart managed” for optimal usage and comfort. This allows configurable VLAN and QoS, among other things.

Features:

  • 5-Port 10/100/1000Mbit/s Gigabit Ethernet Switch
  • 4-Port PoE, follow IEEE 802.3at and IEEE 802.3af standard
  • PoE Budget ca. 70W for a max. of 4 devices, supports a max. of 30W per port IEEE 802.3at
  • Easy Smart-Managed
  • Web UI for configuration
  • PoE On/Off control
  • Fanless Design

VX-GPU2610-9 L2+ 8-Port 10/100/1000TX 90W 802.3bt PoE + 2-Port 100/1000X SFP Managed Switch (740W PoE budget, DMS)

$750.00

The VX-GPU2610-9 from Versa Technology is an L2+ Managed POE++ Switch offering better PoE functionality and usability. The VX-GPU2610-9 includes advanced L3 features such as Static Route that delivers better cost performance and lower total cost of ownership in Enterprise networks. It also supports Universal Power Over Ethernet (UPOE), ports 1 to 8, with a per port max. wattage of 90W and a total PoE output power of up to 740W.

The VX-GPU2610-9 delivers 8 (10M/100M/1G) RJ45 with shared UPOE ports, 2 Combo GbE RJ45/SFP ports and RJ45 Console port. The VX-GPU2610-9 provides high HW performance and environment flexibility for SMBs and Enterprises.

Versa’s VX-GPU2610-9 is ideal for delivering management simplicity, intuitive user experience, and lower total cost of ownership. The embedded Device Managed System is designed to be extremely easy-to-use, manage and install; IP phones, IP cameras, high power wireless APs or LED lighting for enterprise applications.

Feature-Rich Ethernet Switch for Enterprise-Class

The switch delivers advanced functionality in L2+ managed switch including Layer 3 static route, DHCP server, IPv6 support, LLDP, etc. It also has comprehensive security features such as IP source guard and ACL to guard your network from unauthorized access. It helps users to build on the market-leading price/performance with L2+ Managed GbE PoE switch, and provide secure, reliable and ease of use for enterprise/SMB deployments.

Easy to Install, Configure and Troubleshoot Through the Device Management System (DMS)

The DMS provides embedded functions to facilitate devices management at anytime and anywhere. Its user-friendly interface helps users to manage devices intuitively. It supports various IP device types (e.g. IP-phone, IP-camera, WiFi-AP) for end users to enhance manageability and save time/cost during installation/maintenance stages.

Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) with Energy-efficient Design

The unit is designed to help customers to reduce power consumption and lower the TCO with IEEE’s 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet features. It can be used to build a green Ethernet networking environment.

Universal Power over Ethernet Design

Universal Power Over Ethernet (UPOE), which extends the IEEE Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) standard to double the power per port to 90 watts, options to power IP devices with power-saving features like Power scheduling and PoE configuration.

Features:

  • L2+ Managed features provide easier manageability, robust security and QoS.
  • Built in Device Management System (DMS)
  • DHCP Server
  • IPv4/IPv6 Management
  • PoE Port configuration and scheduling
  • IEEE 802.3af/at/bt POE++ standard, also UPOE
  • IEEE 802.3az EEE Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green Ethernet

VX-GPU2626 (V2) L2+ 24-Port Managed GbE UPOE Switch (2000W)

$1,995.00

The VX-GPU2626 (V2), from Versa Technology, is a L2+ Managed UPOE Switch which offers a full suite of L2 features, better PoE functionality and usability, including advanced L3 features such as Static Route that delivers better cost performance and lower total cost of ownership in Enterprise networks via fiber or copper connections. It also supports Universal Power Over Ethernet (UPOE), with 60 Watts per port.

The VX-GPU2626 (V2) delivers 24 (10M/100M/1G) RJ45/PoE+/UPOE (supports 802.3at/af, and total of 2000W) ports, 2 Combo GbE RJ45/SFP ports and RJ45 Console port. The unit includes two 1000W power supply units with the option of purchasing an additional power supply unit to use as a backup power supply. The unit provides high HW performance and environment flexibility for SMBs and Enterprises. The switch is ideal for delivering management simplicity, intuitive user experience, and lower total cost of ownership. The embedded Device Managed System is designed to be extremely easy-to-use, manage and install; IP phones, IP cameras, high power wireless APs or LED lighting for enterprise applications.

Feature-Rich Ethernet Switch for Enterprise-Class

The switch delivers advanced functionality in L2+ managed switch including Layer 3 static route, DHCP server, IPv6 support, LLDP, etc. It also has comprehensive security features such as IP source guard and ACL to guard your network from unauthorized access. It helps users to build on the market-leading price/performance with L2+ Managed GbE PoE switch, and provide secure, reliable and ease of use for enterprise/SMB deployments.

Easy to Install, Configure and Troubleshoot Through the Device Management System (DMS)

The DMS provides embedded functions to facilitate devices management at anytime and anywhere. Its user-friendly interface helps users to manage devices intuitively. It supports various IP device types (e.g. IP-phone, IP-camera, WiFi-AP) for end users to enhance manageability and save time/cost during installation/maintenance stages.

Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) with Energy-efficient Design

The unit is designed to help customers to reduce power consumption and lower the TCO with IEEE’s 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet features.

Universal Power over Ethernet Design

Universal Power Over Ethernet (UPOE), which extends the IEEE Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) standard to double the power per port to 60 watts, options to power IP devices with power-saving features like Power scheduling and PoE configuration.

Features:

  • L2+ Managed features provide easier manageability, robust security and QoS.
  • Built in Device Management System (DMS)
  • DHCP Server
  • IPv4/IPv6 Management
  • PoE Port configuration and scheduling
  • Dual hot-swappable 2000W power supply
  • Support Universal Power over Ethernet (UPOE), 60W, standard
  • IEEE 802.3az EEE Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green Ethernet

VX-IGPU-2708A Industrial L2+ Managed GbE UPOE Switch with 6-Port 10/100/1000TX Shared 4 UPoE + 2 100/1000 SFP

The VX-IGPU-2708A from Versa Technology is an industrial L2+ managed GbE UPoE switch offering powerful L2 and basic L3 features with better functionality and usability. In addition to the extensive management features, the VX-IGPU-2708A also provides carrier Ethernet features such as OAM/ CFM/ ERPS/ EPS/ PTPv2, of which makes it suitable for industrial and carrier Ethernet applications.

The VX-IGPU-2708A features 6 (10M/100M/1G) RJ45 ports with 4 UPoE ports (supports 802.3 at/af/UPoE and total of up to 240W), 2 GbE SFP ports and 1 RJ45 console port. The VX-IGPU-2708A also provides high hardware performance.

The embedded Device Managed System (DMS) feature allows users to easily configure, install and troubleshoot their video surveillance systems, wireless access points, and other industrial applications. The VX-IGPU-2708A is the ideal switch to deliver simple management, better user experiences, and the lowest total cost of ownership.

Features:

  • Rapid Ring (R-Ring)
  • Built in Device Management System (DMS)
  • iPush APP for real time alarm notification
  • ITU-T G.8031 Ethernet Linear Protection Switching (EPS)
  • ITU-T G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS)
  • IEEE 1588v2 PTP
  • IEEE 802.3ah OAM
  • IEEE 802.1ag CFM (ITU-T Y.1731 Performance monitoring)
  • DHCP Server
  • IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green Ethernet application
  • IEEE 802.3af/at/UPoE Power over Ethernet
  • IPv4/IPv6 L3 static route
  • EtherNet/IP (by request)
  • PROFINET (by request)

VX-IGP-1204F 12-Port Managed Industrial Switch with 8 IEEE 802.3at PoE Ports

$659.00

Versa Technology’s VX-IGP-1204F Managed Gigabit Ethernet switch provides 8 10/100/1000BaseT PoE PSE ports and 4 100/1000Base SFP ports. The unit complies with the IEEE 802.3at standard and is able to deliver up to 30 watts of power per port along with data on standard Ethernet cabling. The VX-IGP-1204F can be used to power any IEEE 802.3af/at compliant PoE PD device with the PoE power management feature. This will ease the deployment effort of planning PoE power budget and eliminates the need for additional wiring to reach a power source.

Features:

  • Provides 8 10/100/1000Base TX PoE ports, plus 4 100FX/1000BaseF SFP slots
  • IEEE 802.3af 15.4W / IEEE 802.3at 30W (2-pairs) High Power PoE
  • Total PoE power budget: Max. 240W PSE power delivered
  • 9K Jumbo frames
  • L2 wire-speed switching engine
  • 8K MAC forwarding addresses
  • Network redundant LACP, Spanning tree STP, RSTP & MSTP, and quick Ring fail-over protection (< 20ms)
  • Port-based / tag-based VLAN, IEEE 802.1ad / QinQ VLAN, add / remove VLAN tags
  • Multicasting supports IGMP v1/v2, proxy & snooping
  • Multicast / Broadcast / Flooding Storm Control
  • IEEE 802.1x access control
  • Per VLAN mirroring
  • CLI / Web / SNMP management interfaces
  • PoE PSE power management & PD power consumption monitoring
  • Dual power input & reverse power protection
  • DIN-Rail and wall mounting option

H30-044-30 Unmanaged Industrial PoE Switch With 4 X 30W PoE + 2 RJ45 And 2 SFP Interfaces

$220.00

The H30-044-30 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the Industrial environment and offers four of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 30-watt 802.3at. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit copper ports and another 2 extra SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 120 watts, the H30-044-30 meets the demand of PoE power for any HD IP surveillance applications. It enables the connection of PoE power devices(PDs) to the network, including PoE IP cameras, PoE wireless access points (APs), and other industrial applications.

The H30 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports 6KV surge protection for each Ethernet port and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 75°C.

VX-GPU2610 L2+ 4-Port 802.3bt PoE + 4-Port 10/100/1000TX + 2-Port 100/1000X SFP Managed GbE UPOE Switch (240W, DMS)

$489.00

The VX-GPU2610, from Versa Technology, is a L2+ Managed UPOE Switch that offers a full suite of L2 features and better PoE functionality and usability. This includes advanced L3 features such as Static Route that delivers better cost performance and lower total cost of ownership in Enterprise networks via fiber or copper connections. It also supports Universal Power Over Ethernet (UPOE), per port 60W.

The VX-GPU2610 delivers 4 (10M/100M/1G) RJ45, 4 PoE+/UPOE (Supports 802.3at/af, and up to 240W) ports, 2 Combo GbE RJ45/SFP ports and RJ45 Console port. The VX-GPU2610 provides high HW performance and environment flexibility for SMBs and Enterprises.

Versa’s VX-GPU2610 is ideal for delivering management simplicity, intuitive user experience, and lower total cost of ownership. The embedded Device Managed System is designed to be extremely easy-to-use, manage and install; IP phones, IP cameras, high power wireless APs or LED lighting for enterprise applications.

Feature-Rich Ethernet Switch for Enterprise-Class

The switch delivers advanced functionality in L2+ managed switch including Layer 3 static route, DHCP server, IPv6 support, LLDP, etc. It also has comprehensive security features such as IP source guard and ACL to guard your network from unauthorized access. It helps users to build on the market-leading price/performance with L2+ Managed GbE PoE switch, and provide secure, reliable and ease of use for enterprise/SMB deployments.

Easy to Install, Configure and Troubleshoot Through the Device Management System (DMS)

The DMS provides embedded functions to facilitate devices management at anytime and anywhere. Its user-friendly interface helps users to manage devices intuitively. It supports various IP device types (e.g. IP-phone, IP-camera, WiFi-AP) for end users to enhance manageability and save time/cost during installation/ maintenance stages.

Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) with Energy-efficient Design

The unit is designed to help customers to reduce power consumption and lower the TCO with IEEE’s 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet features.

Universal Power over Ethernet Design

Universal Power Over Ethernet (UPOE), which extends the IEEE Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) standard to double the power per port to 60 watts, options to power IP devices with power-saving features like Power scheduling and PoE configuration.

Key Features

  • L2+ Managed features provide easier manageability, robust security and QoS.
  • Built in Device Management System (DMS)
  • DHCP Server
  • IPv4/IPv6 Management
  • PoE Port configuration and scheduling
  • Dual hot-swappable 1440W power supply
  • Support Universal Power over Ethernet (UPOE), 60W, standard
  • IEEE 802.3az EEE Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green Ethernet

H30-044-90 Unmanaged Industrial PoE Switch with 4 X 95W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP Interfaces

$385.00

The H30-044-90 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the Industrial environment and offers four of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 60W/95W UPoE. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit copper ports and another 2 extra SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 240 watts, the H30-044-90 meets the demand of PoE power for any HD IP surveillance applications. It enables the connection of PoE power devices(PDs) to the network, including PoE IP cameras, PoE wireless access points (APs), and other industrial applications.

The H30 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports 6KV surge protection for each Ethernet port and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 75°C.

VX-GPF1626 24-Port GbE RJ45 + 2-Port GbE RJ45/SFP Web Smart+ GbE Managed PoE+ Switch

$515.00

The VX-GPF1626 is a Web Smart+ Managed PoE+ Switch offering powerful L2 features, Layer 3 Static Routing, and reliable PoE functionality. The unit transports Ethernet services via fiber or copper connections. The VX-GPF1626 is equipped with 24 (10/100/1000) RJ45/PoE+ interfaces that support 802.3at/af devices and boasts a total PoE budget of 370W. The unit also features 2 Combo GbE RJ45/SFP ports. The VX-GPF1626 provides high HW performance ideal for SMBs and Enterprises. The VX-GPF1626 offers an intuitive management interface that makes it simple for new users to learn how to manage the unit.

Key Features:

  • Web Smart+ features provide easier manageability, basic security and QoS
  • Built in Device Management System (DMS)
  • DHCP Server
  • IPv4/IPv6 L3 static route
  • PoE Port configuration and scheduling
  • 802.3at high power PoE plus standard
  • IEEE 802.3az EEE Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green Ethernet

H30-082-30 Unmanaged Industrial PoE Switch with 8 X 30W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP Interfaces

$275.00

The H30-082-30 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the Industrial environment and offers eight of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 30-watt 802.3at. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit copper ports and another 2 extra SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 240 watts, the H30-082-30 meets the demand of PoE power for any HD IP surveillance applications. It enables the connection of PoE power devices(PDs) to the network, including PoE IP cameras, PoE wireless access points (APs), and other industrial applications.

The H30 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports 6KV surge protection for each Ethernet port and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 75°C.

VX-GPH1610 8-Port 10/100/1000 RJ45/PoE+ with 2 Combo GbE RJ45/SFP Web Smart+ GbE Managed PoE+ Switch

$335.00

The VX-GPH1610 is a Web Smart+ Managed PoE+ Switch that offers powerful L2 features, Layer 3 Static Routing, and reliable PoE functionality. The unit transmits Ethernet services via fiber or copper connections.

The VX-GPH1610 features 8 (10M/100M/1G) RJ45/PoE+ (Support 802.3at/af, and total up to 250W) ports and 2 Combo GbE RJ45/SFP ports. The VX-GPH1610 provides high HW performance and is ideal for SMBs and Enterprises. The VX-GPH1610 offers simple management features lowering lowers the total cost of ownership.

Key Features:

  • Web Smart+ features provide simple management, basic security and QoS
  • Built in Device Management System (DMS)
  • DHCP Server
  • IPv4/IPv6 L3 static route
  • PoE Port configuration and scheduling
  • 802.3at high power PoE+ standard
  • IEEE 802.3az EEE Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green Ethernet

H32-042-30 IP30 Industrial Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 X 30W PoE + 1 Selectable 24/56VDC PoE and 1 SFP Interface

$207.00

The H32-042-30 is an Industrial Grade Gigabit Selectable PoE Switch is designed with IP30, 6KV PoE Ethernet port surge protection, and operation temperature between -40°C and 75°C during harsh weather conditions. It enables indoor connections of PoE PDs to the network such as outdoor IP cameras, wireless APs, and other industrial applications. The H32-042-30 provides 4-port Gigabit PoE with 1 port Gigabit adjustable 24VDC or 56VDC PoE as well as additional SFP transceiver slots for flexible uplink.

The H32-042-30 as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and provide power up to 30W per port.

H36-042-30 Unmanaged Industrial PoE Switch with 4 X 30W PoE + 1 RJ45 and 1 SFP Interface

$358.00

The H36-042-30 is an Industrial Gigabit Adjustable PoE Switch that is designed with IP30, 6KV PoE Ethernet port surge protection, and operation temperature between -40°C and 75°C during harsh weather conditions. They enable indoor connections of PoE PDs to the network such as outdoor IP cameras, wireless APs, and other industrial applications. The H36-042-30 provide 4-port Gigabit PoE with 1 port Gigabit adjustable 12VDC or 56VDC PoE as well as additional SFP transceiver slots for flexible uplink.

The H36-042-30 as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and provide power up to 30W per port.

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