Silarius SIL-SWPP4P65 PoE Powered 5-Port Gigabit Switch with PoE Passthrough, 65W Power Budget for Powering up to 4 PoE Network Devices via Cat5e/Cat6 RJ45 Network Cables - 30W per output port

$69.99 $99.99

This 4-port 10/100/1000M Desktop PoE repeater Ethernet switch provides an easier installation way for PoE devices, such as IP cameras, wireless AP, VolP.
It supports 4 10/100/1000Mbps PSE (Power Source Equipment) ports and 1
10/100/1000Mbps PD (Power Devices) ports.
There is no need to use the power adaptor, as this PoE switch can work through receiving power from other PoE switch or equipment using the PD port, and the PSE ports can supply the power to the other PD devices like PoE IP cameras, wireless AP, VoIP. The max transmission distance is 100 meters with Cat5/6 cables.
Silarius Plug & play design make the installation easy, users do not need any configuration, which make this PoE switch the best choice for IP cameras, wireless AP, VoIP users.


Save installation time and money with PoE and get the most out each PoE connection with PoE passthrough!

The Silarius Network Solutions PoE-Powered 5-Port Gigabit Switch with PoE Passthrough is designed to take power from a PoE switch and pass 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, this switch can power up to four wireless LAN access points and bridges, VoIP phones or IP video cameras, draw its own power from the PoE switch it is connected to, and deliver network speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps.

The Perfect Workgroup Switch When you connect the PD port (port 1) to a PoE+ enabled IEEE 802.3af/at compliant PoE switch, the Silarius Network Solutions PoE-Powered 5-Port Gigabit Switch uses some of the electric current to power itself and passes the available surplus power to up to four PoE edge devices, such as VoIP phones, allowing you to realize the full potential of each of the PSE ports in your data center.

Power over Ethernet 802.3at The Silarius Network Solutions PoE-Powered 5-Port Gigabit Switch with PoE Passthrough supports the IEEE 802.3at protocol and is designed to inject up to 25 watts of power per port*. IEEE802.3af- or IEEE802.3at-compliant devices attached to the switch require no additional power, thus eliminating the time and expense of electrical rewiring and minimizing 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. 

Eliminate Bottlenecks with Gigabit Speeds Equipped with five auto-sensing 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet ports, the Silarius Network Solutions PoE-Powered 5-Port Gigabit Switch with its 10 Gbps switch fabric provides plenty of performance for your computers and other networking devices.

Green Ethernet Technology More often than not, a network switch does not utilize all its ports at all times. When a computer, notebook, network printer or other network device is powered down, the switch continues to consume the same amount of power as if it were active. Thanks to the new energy-efficient IEEE 802.3az technology, the Silarius Network Solutions PoE-Powered 5-Port Gigabit Switch with PoE Passthrough detects link status to all connected devices and reduces the power usage of ports not in use. In addition, the Silarius Network Solutions switch can adjust the level of power output based on the length of the network cable connected to a particular port. With the Silarius Network Solutions 5-Port Gigabit PoE+ Passthrough Switch you will enjoy maximum network performance, but when things slow down it automatically scales back power usage to conserve energy and save money.

Total PoE budget for this switch is 65 watts when using the included AC power adapter. This brings the maximum per-port power distribution to 16.25 watts. When using the PD port to provide power, the total power budget is 30 watts (7.5 watts per port). The maximum per-port power usage cannot exceed 30 watts.

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