Netgear 8 Port PoE Gigabit Switch GS308P-100UKS
8 Port Netgear Gigabit Switch with 4-Port PoE, 16Gbps, 53W PoE Total, Auto-MDI/MDIX + Negotiation, Rugged metal casing
• Auto-MDI/MDIX eliminates the need for crossover cables
• LED indicators for ease of use
• Energy-efficient technology for power savings
• Fanless design for silent operation
• Auto-negotiation for automatic connection at the highest common speed between switch and an end device
• Non-blocking switching architecture for maximum throughput at wire speed
• 802.1p QoS for traffic/frame prioritization
• Plug-and-play; no setup required
• Durable and rugged metal case
• Desktop or wall-mountable; GS324 is also rack-mountable (rack-mount kit included)
• Ideal for small office and home networks
• Standards-based technology ensures interoperability with any standards-based devices in the existing network
• Power up to 4 PoE-capable devices (15.4W per device up to 53W total PoE power) (GS308P only)
• 802.3af Power Over Ethernet (PoE) for IP cameras, VoIP/Internet-based phones, wireless access points (GS308P only) Features • Eight copper 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 Ethernet ports.
• Ports 1-4 are PoE 802.af capable of providing up to 15.4W per port (but not to exceed 53W total across all active PoE ports).
• Power up to 4 PoE-capable devices (wireless access points, VOIP phones, IP security cameras, etc).
• Fanless design for silent operation.
• LEDs for Power/PoE Max/Port Speed.
• Auto-MDI/MDIX eliminates the need for crossover cables..
• 802.3x Flow Control.
• 802.1p QoS and DSCP.
• 802.3 az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) compliance.
• Ideal for small office and home networks.
|Network Ports||4 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45|
|PoE Ports||4 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45|
|Network Protocols||IEEE 802.3af|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)||2,244,211 hours|
|Acoustic Noise||0 dB|
|Max. Power Consumption||60.0 W|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||158 x 101 x 29 mm|
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