- Eight 10/100/1,000 Mbps RJ45 ports
- Equipped with eight PoE+ supported ports to transfer data and power over a single cable
- Works with IEEE 802.3af/at compliant devices, expanding home and office networks
- Supports PoE+ standard with total power budget of 124 W and up to 30 W per port
- Plug and play design, no configuration required, lifetime warranty
TP-LINK TL-SG1008PE — 8-Port Gigabit Desktop/Rackmount Switch with 8-Port PoE
The TL-SG1008PE is an 8-Port Gigabit Desktop/Rack mountable Switch with all 8 ports supporting the PoE+ standard.Mac Address Auto-Learning And Auto-Aging. It provides a simple way to expand a wired network by transferring power and data over a single Ethernet Cable. With a total power budget of 124W, up to 30W per port, TL-SG1008PE can power more high-powered devices such as wireless Access Points (APs), IP Cameras or IP Phones. Moreover, with innovative energy-efficient technology, the TL-SG1008PE can save up to 75% of the power consumption, making it an efficient solution for your business network.
How it Works
All 8 ports of TL-SG1008PE support Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) standard which can automatically detect and supply power to any IEEE 802.3af/at compliant device(s). In this situation, the electrical power is transmitted along with data in a single cable, allowing you to expand your network where there are electrical cables or outlets, where you wish to fix devices such as APs, IP Cameras or IP Phones.
TL-SG1008PE has a priority function which helps protect the system when its power is overloaded. If all PoE+ devices’ power consumption is greater than or equal to 124W, a priority will be arranged among the 8 PoE+ ports, at which point the system will cut off the power of the lowest-priority port.
Port Priority Function
Priority (port 1 > port 2 > port 3 > port 4 > port 5 > port 6 > port F > port 8): this function helps protect the system if the power becomes overloaded. For example, if port 1, 2, 4 and 7 are using 30W (maximum power per port is 30W, the system power is 120W in total), and there is an additional device inserted into Port 3 at 25W, the system will cut off the power of Port 7 in response to the power exceeding the 120W limit. This means Port 1, 2 and 4 will use 30W, and Port 3 will use 25W, with no power will be supplied to Port 7 as it has the lowest designated priority among the ports in use.