SilverNet 3204P-SFP Unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000) Power over Ethernet (PoE) Black

£151.39 (£126.16 + VAT)

SilverNet 3204P-SFP. Switch type: Unmanaged. Basic switching RJ-45 Ethernet ports type: Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000), Basic switching RJ-45 Ethernet ports quantity: 4, Installed SFP modules quantity: 2. Full duplex. MAC address table: 8000 entries, Switching capacity: 10 Gbit/s. Networking standards: IEEE 802.3,IEEE 802.3ab,IEEE 802.3af,IEEE 802.3at,IEEE 802.3u,IEEE 802.3x,IEEE 802.3z. DC input voltage: 12 – 56 V. Power over Ethernet (PoE). Wall mountable

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Having a reliable network switch on any network is a key component to the system stability and reliability.

The SIL 3204P-SFP is a reliable, high performance, high specification and cost effective un-managed industrial switch suitable for industrial network operations. The switch requires no configuration and so instantly operates as soon as you power it up. It can be installed by DIN-rail or wall-mounted, allowing users greater flexibility.

This switch is ideal for extending Ethernet over distance via fiber daisy- chain, whilst eliminating the need for individual power supplies for IP video cameras and wireless access points. The switch is ruggedised to cope with unconditioned outdoor cabinets and industrial environments with its extended temperature range.

Fully compliant with IEEE802.3af/at standard, providing Power-over-Ethernet over twisted pair cables and comes with Dual Gigabit SFP Slot built in. * compliant PoE+
* RJ45 supports auto MDI/MDI-X function
* Auto negotiation speed, half/full-duplex
* Store and forward
* Max packet size: 2048 bytes
* Reverse polarity protection
* Resettable fuse to protect against overcurrent
* IP-40 protection
* EFT protection for power line
* Ethernet ESD protection








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