Netgear 8 Port Gigabit PoE+ Easy Mount Web Managed Switch GS408EPP-100NES
Introducing the 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ Easy-Mount Switch.
The NETGEAR ProSAFE GS408EPP is an 8-port Gigabit Ethernet Web Managed Switch with 8 PoE+ ports. The Easy-Mount system allows you to install more PoE+ ports exactly where you need them; up in the ceiling, strapped to a pole, or under a desk or tabletop, with its unique vertical, horizontal, flat or perpendicular mounting capabilities.
Features • Easy-Mount 'Virtually Anywhere' mounting system gets more PoE+ ports where you need them.
• 4-way placement of switch – vertical, horizontal, flat or perpendicular.
• 8 PoE+ (802.3at or 802.3af) ports for flexible deployment of denser PoE+ configurations.
• Port Trunking/Link Aggregation (manual LAGs) and per port PoE controls for remote power management of PoE-connected devices.
• Rack-mount two Easy-Mount switches in a single 1U slot.
|Total Network Ports|
|PoE Support Type||PoE+|
|No. of Ports with PoE||8 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45|
|Other Non-Network Ports|
|MAC Address Table Size||4k Entries|
|Built-in Flash Memory|
|Acoustic Noise||26.9 dB|
|Max. Power Consumption||5.8W (non-PoE) 148W (PoE) W|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)||2,715,369 hours|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||380 x 100 x 43.2 mm|
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