Speed Dome IP Camera with intelligent object tracking
Gigabit Uplink ports - used to connect server and client devices to network switches. In most cases, these ports have more bandwidth than PoE ports.
Their ranges are as follows:
It allows for remote configuration from the web interface: PoE ports, virtual VLANs, connection redundancy (Link Aggregation), bandwidth limit and many more.
PoE+ ports - used to supply power and transmit data to IP cameras using one cable. The total power budget for one port provided by the switch allows you to connect a device with a maximum power consumption up to 30W (support for 802.3at/af protocols)
The switch forwards traffic from the port assigned to a selected VLAN only to the ports belonging to this network and to the ports defined as common.
Ports can be assigned to the VLAN fixed or based on the mac address of the connected device.
The option checks after configuration, whether the connected device is working and responds to queries.
If the device is unresponsive, the switch restarts it.
PoE+ Managed Switch
PoE+ Ports: 16 x 10Mb/s / 100Mb/s (the number of ports simultaneously operating with PoE + mode is limited by PoE budget),
UPLINK SFP port 1Gb/s x2 ,
Uplink Combo x 2 :SFP(1Gb/s) + RJ45(1Gb/s)
IEEE802.3af, Class 3, IEEE802.3at, Class 4
Endspan (1,2+ / 3,6-)
IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T, IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T, IEEE 802.3z 1000BASE-SX\LX, IEEE 802.3x, IEEE 802.1p CoS, IEEE 802.1D spanning tree protocol, IEEE 802.1s multiple tree protocol, IEEE 802.1ad LACP aggregation, IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging
|Additional network features|
VLAN, IGMP snooping, bandwidth management
|Jumbo frame (bytes)|
|MAC ADDRESS list|
1 button to device reset
|RACK Mount 19"|
Metal, color navy blue
200 (W) x 44 (H) x 440 (L)
100 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60Hz
270 W (maximum)
250 W for ports 1 to 16, up to 30 W for one port
0°C ~ 40°C