The PH1226G Gigabit Switch provides 24 10/100M Auto-Negotiation RJ45 ports and 2 10/100/1000M Auto-Negotiation RJ45 ports, all RJ45 ports Support Auto-MDI/MDIX function. PH1226G Gigabit Switch provides a cost-effective, high performance, non-disruptive, smooth evolution into 1000M solutions. The Switch delivers superior performance with improving workgroup, network bandwidth, increasing network node, providing the greater flexibility, installation convenience.
The PH1226G has 24 fast Ethernet ports and 2 Gigabit uplink port. The Gigabit uplink port provides bandwidth access of up to 1000Mbps. Due to the fact that network upgrades tend to be progressive over time, your network will tend to become mixed with both Fast 100Mbps Ethernet and Gigabit. TH-1226G is ideal for situations such as these to mitigate throughput issues and coordinate work efficiently; Allowing your organization retain most of your network investments, while enhancing network performance quickly.
Go Green With Your Ethernet
You now have the choice to go green when upgrading to a gigabit network! This new product PH1226G features the latest innovative energy-efficient technologies that can greatly expand your network capacity with much less power. It automatically adjusts power consumption according to the link status and cable length to limit the carbon footprint of your network.
Power down Idle Ports
When a computer or network equipment is off, the corresponding port of a traditional switch will continue to consume considerable amounts of power. The PH1226G can automatically detect the link status of each port and reduce the power consumption of ports that are idle.
Power Budget According to Cable Length
Ideally, shorter cables would use less power because of less power degradation over their length; This is not the case with most devices as they will use the same amount of power across the cable regardless of whether it is 10 or 50 meters in length. The PH1226G analyzes the length of the Ethernet cable connected and adjusts the power usage accordingly, rather than keeping the power consumption in a conventional solution.