4-Port PoE Gigabit Switch (Art. no. ITAC10100)

  • Connections: 4 x PoE gigabit (downstream), 2 x gigabit (uplink)
  • Supports PoE and PoE+
  • Plug & Play, no configuration required
  • Robust design, easy to install anywhere

4-Port PoE Gigabit Switch (Art. no. ITAC10100)

Technology for use in professional security surveillance systems.
The 4-Port PoE Gigabit Switch was specially developed for use in professional and high-resolution video surveillance systems and provides four gigabit downlink PoE ports and two gigabit uplink ports.

Use PoE instead of power supply unit.
Each downlink port delivers up to 30watts PoE output power. The switch is therefore highly suitable for directly operating ABUS IP cameras, which means that no additional power supply unit is required.
A total PoE output power of 60watts is available. For example, simultaneous operation is possible for up to:
Four PoE network devices
Two PoE+ network devices
Two PoE and one PoE+ network devices

Installation made easy.
The compact design and the mounting tabs provided make it quick and easy to install the switch in various locations.

Art. no.: ITAC10100
Power Pin Assignment: 1/2(+), 3/6(-)
Max. PoE power per port: 30 Watt
Network Standards: IEEE802.3 , IEEE802.3u, IEEE802.3ab, EEE802.3 X
Total PoE budget: 60 Watt
Dimensions: (LxWxH) 135 x 86 x 27 mm mm
Width: 86 mm
Height: 27 mm
Length: 135 mm
Power consumption: 5 W
Max. operating temperature: 45 °C
Max. humidity: 95 %
Min. operating temperature: -10 °C
Net weight: 0,343 kg
Network access: Downstream: 4x 10/100/1000Base-T (PoE), Uplink: 2x 10/100/1000Base-T
PoE Standard: 802.3af/at (PSE)
DC voltage supply: 48~57 V

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x 4-Port PoE Gigabit Switch
  • 1x Power Supply
  • 1x Mounting material

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