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:
PoE+ ports - used to supply power and transmit data to IP cameras using one cable. The total power budget provided by the switch allows you to connect devices with a maximum power consumption from 30W to 38W (support for 802.3at / af protocols)
Switch extending PoE transmission and power range up to 250 m.
VLAN mode switch - devices connected to Ethernet ports are separated, visible only from Uplink ports.
PoE+ Ports: 16 x 10Mb/s / 100Mb/s (the number of ports simultaneously operating with PoE + mode is limited by PoE budget),
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
|MAC ADDRESS list|
Extended mode switch that increases the data and power transmission distance up to 200m (Using 10 Mb/s bandwidth)
|Additional operating modes|
|RACK Mount 19"|
Metal, color navy blue
320 (W) x 44 (H) x 207 (L)
100 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60Hz
210 W (maximum)
200 W for ports 1 to 16, up to 30 W for one port
0°C ~ 40°C