Edimax Ultra Compact 5 Port Ethernet Network Switch ES-3305P V3
5 Port Edimax ES-3305P V3, Mini 10/100 Fast Ethernet Desktop Switch, Plug-n-Play, with Auto-Negotiation
To extend home networks or meet streaming, multimedia transfer and online gaming requirements the ES-3305P V3 is a cost-effective Fast Ethernet solution. The plug-and-play design ensures users can easily connect network devices such as PCs, network-attached storage or print servers to a home network with no manual configuration necessary.
Compact Design & Flexible Placement
Designed for easy home network extension with desktop and wall-mount installation for flexible placement. It’s compact size fits into the home environment and keeps desk space free.
Easy to Use
The ES-3305P V3 is plug-and-play and supports a wide range of network protocols. Installation and network management is quick and straightforward while clear and convenient LED indicators display easy-to-read port and switch status.
The ES-3305P V3 switch also supports auto-negotiation and non-blocking wire speed to give you the maximum speed and highest performance possible for each device connected to your network.
Each of the ES-3305P V3’s ports automatically detect whether connected network devices are running at 10Mbps or 100Mbps and half-duplex or full-duplex mode, and adjusts the speed and mode accordingly ensuring easy and hassle-free operation.
Non-Blocking Wire Speed
Forwards and receives traffic seamlessly - each port supports speeds up to 200Mbps in full-duplex mode simultaneously, providing full wire speed to connected devices and allowing you to run a high speed network smoothly.
Along with the Fast Ethernet speeds critical for next-generation network applications, the ES-3305P V3 offers environmental efficiency . To comply with the IEEE802.3az standard, the ES-3305P V3 provides power saving functionality to reduce energy consumption and save costs.
Inactive Link Detection:
When a network device is shut down and/or an inactive link is detected, the power usage adjustment feature automatically reduces power usage. The switch’s power consumption will be dynamically adjusted according to the link status and the number of active network devices.
Cable Length Detection:
Devices equipped with this feature automatically detect the length of connected Ethernet cables and adjust power usage accordingly. The shorter the cable length, the less power it consumes.
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Features • Compact Desktop & Wall-Mount Design: Easy & flexible placement to keep desk space free, ideal for SOHO environments.
• Easy to Use: Plug-and-play installation with no configuration required.
• High Performance: Supports auto-negotiation and non-blocking wire speed for maximum-speed high performance data transfer.
• Power Saving: Supports IEEE802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet with link status and cable length detection.
• High Efficiency: Wire-speed packet filtering and forwarding rate.
• Reliable Data Transfer: Store-and-forward architecture filters fragment & CRC error packets.
|Total Network Ports||5 x Fast Ethernet 10/100|
|PoE Support Type|
|No. of Ports with PoE|
|Other Non-Network Ports|
|MAC Address Table Size|
|Built-in Flash Memory||48KB|
|Max. Power Consumption||2 W|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||88 × 25 x 88 mm|
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- 24 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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