TENDA TEG1105P-4-63W DESCRIPTION
TEG1105P-4-63W / Switch / 5-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch with 4-Port PoE
TEG1105P-4-63W is a Tenda PoE switch that offers 5 10/100/1000 Mbps Base-TX RJ45 ports. Ports 1-4 comply with the IEEE 802.3af standard (maximum PoE power output: 15.4 W) and 802.3at standard (maximum PoE power output: 30 W). The switch offers a maximum PoE power output of 58 W and can supply power to and exchange data with APs, IP cameras, and IP phones through CAT5 cables. It also provides simple management modes such as VLAN, to help reduce cabling costs of IP terminals like APs and IP cameras.
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TEG1105P-4-63W 5-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch with 4-Port PoE
6KV Port Lightning Protection | Maximum PoE Output Power 58W
PoE power up to 30W for each PoE port
If “VLAN mode” is enabled, Ports 1-4 will be isolated respectively but can communicate with the 5 port. Hardware DIP switch to isolate ports to prevent broadcast storms and defend against DHCP spoofing.
6KV lighting protection PoE switch is the real monitoring private switch
In a real project, ap or cameras are often installed outdoor or at a higher position, which also increases the camera and PoE switches the probability of lightning shock. The result is the individual equipment is damaged or leads to the whole local area network (LAN) paralysis. Tenda TEF11 series switches have professional lightning protection design -up 6 kV port and power supply thunder prevents, with two levels of protection design respectively, effectively restrain the power of lightning from cable, which equivalent to give the entire network monitoring system with a security fence. The test standard is much higher than the national CE request. In thunderstorm weather, it can also provide a monitoring network stable, reliable service, and protect the image transmission be normal.
58W PoE power supply
Ports 1-4 comply with the IEEE802.3af and IEEE802.3at power supply standards. The entire switch offers a maximum PoE power output of 58W, whereas each port offers a maximum PoE power output of 30 W. The ports can be used to supply power to and exchange data with APs and IP cameras.”