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TP-Link TL-SG1005P 5 Port / 4 Port PoE Gigabit Ethernet Switch

Part Number: TL-SG1005P

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TL-SG1005P is a 5 10/100/1000Mbps ports unmanaged switch that requires no configuration and provides 4 PoE (Power over Ethernet) ports. It can automatically detect and supply power with all IEEE 802.3af compliant Powered Devices (PDs). In this situation, the electrical power is transmitted along with data in one single cable allowing you to expand your network to where there are no power lines or outlets, where you wish to fix devices such as APs, IP Cameras or IP Phones, etc.

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More Information - TP-Link TL-SG1005P PoE Switch

4 of the 5 Auto-Negotiation RJ45 ports (Port 1 to Port 4) of the switch support Power over Ethernet (PoE) function. These PoE ports can automatically detect and supply power with those IEEE 802.3af compliant Powered Devices (PDs). TL-SG1005P has the priority function which will help protect the system when the system power is overloaded. If all PoE PDs power consumption is >= 56W, a priority will be arranged among the PoE ports, then the system will cut off the power of the lowest-priority port. Port priority function will help to ensure the normal operation of the system, it means Port 4 will be cut off when all total PoE PDs power consumption exceed 56W. For an example, Port 1, 2 and 4 is using 15.4W (maximum power for per port is 15.4W); the system power is 46.2W in total. If there is an additional PD inserted to Port 3 with 10W, and then the system will cut off the power of Port 4 because of the overloaded power, this means Port 1, 2 will use 15.4W, and Port3 will use 10W, no power will be supplied to Port 4.

TL-SG1005P Key Highlights

  • 5 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 ports - AUTO Negotiation/AUTO MDI/MDIX
  • 4 Ports PoE
  • Port priority function
  • Working with IEEE 802.3af compliant PDs, expands home and office network
  • 802.1p/DSCP QoS enable smooth latency-sensitive traffic
  • Supports PoE Power up to 15.4W for each PoE port
  • Supports PoE Power up to 56W for all PoE ports

What's in the box?

  • TP-Link TL-SG1005P Switch
  • Power adaptor
  • Installation guide

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