FB0800G is my company independent development of 24V passive PoE switch, provides 8- 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ45 port, all ports support MDI/ MDIX function. Using 4 twisted-pair cable to the terminal equipment of power supply at the same time, the output power up to 24W, complies with IEEE802.3 af/at/bt standard, can automatically detect identification standard of electrical equipment and through the cable power supply to them.
FB0800G provides a simple, cost-effective, and non-blocking wire-speed performance with 11-inch metal shape for desktop deployment in compact housing, office or department network application.Features
8- 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 ports
8- PSE ports(port: 1~8)
PoE(Power over Ethernet)
Complies with IEEE802.3af/at/bt Power over Ethernet standard
Supports PoE Power up to 24W for each PoE port
Auto detect power device
PoE Overload Alarm LED
Remote power and Data feeding up to 100m
Flow Control for Full Duplex operation and back pressure for Half Duplex Operation
8K MAC address, automatic address learning and address aging
Support Energy-Efficient Ethernet (EEE) function (IEEE802.3az)
Feature products TS08004G introduce:Key Features and Benefits
The TS0804GE can provide up to 60 Watts of power to attached devices, such as POS, PTZ cameras, WiMax, VoIP phones, wireless access points, surveillance cameras etc, all over existing cat. 5cables. The switch eliminates the need for individual power sources for devices in the network, saving on costs for power cables and avoiding power outlet availability issues.
PoE Power Usage Display
The TS0804GE helps users to monitor current status of PoE power usage easily and efficiently by its intelligent PoE Management feature of LED indication, there is a orange LED named "max" located on left side of the front panel. When Port 1-4 output is >= 80%, the LED will be lighted up, when Port 1-4 output is> = 100%; The LED will blink to notify customers for better PoE allocation. If PoE Power consumption over 100%, the system will cut off the power of the lowest-priority port. Priority 1(port 1 > port 2 >port 3 > port 4).