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TL-SG1008PE vs S1130-8T2F 8 Port PoE Switch

If you want to buy two 8-port network switch rather than one single 16-port switch just because of tight budget, it’s a wise choice. Then how to choose 8-port switches? Here I want to recommend 8 port poe switch. Poe is a term refers to Power Over Ethernet which is a technology that lets network cables carry electrical power. With poe switch, we can push power and data further than ever before. Now I want to introduce you TL-SG1008PE and S1130-8T2F 8 port poe switch.

TL-SG1008PE 8-Port Gigabit PoE Switch

TP-LINK TL-SG1008PE is a 8-port 10/100/1000Base-T gigabit Ethernet unmanaged switch. It has a total power budget of 124w and up to 30w per port. It also supports IEEE 802.3x flow control for full duplex mode and backpressure for half duplex mode, internal power supply. Moreover, the TL-SG1008PE can save at most 75% of the power consumption with help of innovative energy-efficient technology. TL-SG1008PE is easy to install and use. It requires no configuration and installation. With desktop/Rack mount design, outstanding performance and quality, the TP-LINK TL-SG1008PE 8-Port Gigabit Desktop/Rack mount Switch with 8-Port PoE is a great selection for expanding your home or office network.

S1130-8T2F 8-port PoE Managed Switch

FS.COM S1130-8T2F 8-port PoE managed switch comes with 8 10/100/1000Base-T RJ45 Ethernet ports, 1 console port, and 2 gigabit SFP slots of which the transmission distance can be up to 120 km. This switch is designed fanless, which provides silent and reliable operation. It supplies power to network equipment such as weather-proof IP cameras with windshield wiper and heater, high-performance AP and IP telephone. With high resistance to electromagnetic interference, it also features superior performance in stability, environmental adaptability.

S1130-8T2F 8 Port PoE Switch

TL-SG1008PE VS S1130-8T2F 8 Port PoE Switch

Both the two switches are 8-port poe switches. They have the port priority function which will help protect the system if the system power becomes overloaded. There are some differences between them, as one is managed switch and the other is unmanaged .

The key difference between a managed and unmanaged switch is the capability to configure the switch and to prioritize LAN traffic to ensure that the most important information gets through.

Managed switches present you more management over your LAN traffic and offer advanced features to control that traffic.

An unmanaged switch simply allows Ethernet devices to “talk to” one another, such as a PC or network printer, and those are typically what we call “plug and play.” They are shipped with a fixed configuration and do not allow any changes to this configuration.

Managed switches contain all the features of an unmanaged switch and provide the ability to configure, manage, and monitor your LAN. And this gives you greater control over how data travels over the network and who has access to it.

Conclusion

When it comes to long cable runs and cameras installed far away from the data source, nothing is more disappointing than losing the signal transmission. FS.COM power-over-Ethernet switches are designed to make installations simple, powerful, and effective. Come and contact us.

Selection Guide on PoE Switch

Currently IP cameras are widely used for video surveillance due to the high requirements for security. Typically, the IP cameras are with PoE functions, then PoE switch is needed for the connection. But some users feel confused about the PoE switch and don’t know how to choose a suitable PoE switch. This article is going to introduce you some guides on PoE switch selection.

What Is PoE and PoE Switch?

PoE is short for power over Ethernet. With PoE technology, data and power can be transmitted over a single Cat5e cable. A PoE switch is a device that contains multiple Ethernet ports to provide power and network communications to IP cameras. PoE switch is an economical and reliable solution for small business networks to deploy wireless access points and IP surveillance cameras.

48 port gigabit switch poe

Considerations for PoE Switch Selection
Numbers of Ports

The most important is to check whether the numbers of ports on PoE switch are enough to connect all your devices. Fiberstore offers PoE switches including 8 ports, 24 ports, and 48 ports. PoE ports are flexible to connect with Cat5e cable without additional settings. All of our PoE switches have 2 Gigabit uplink SFP ports or 4 SFP+ ports. Uplink ports allow long distance data transmission between switches. With these ports, you can easily expand your networks. (Check news about PoE switch from FS.COM: Build and Expand Your Network with FS.COM New Introduced PoE Switches) So if you need to link multiple switches, you need to select switches with enough Gigabit ports.

Power Supplies for Powered Device

PoE switch applies two standards: IEEE802.3af and 802.3at. Each one can offer power for IP cameras. Due to the different standards, the output power of PoE switch is also different. IEEE802.3af can provide 15.4watts DC power on each port. As some power dissipates in the cable, only 12.95watts power at most can be supplied to powered devices. This standard is enough to power VoIP phones, wireless access points and some cameras over standard Ethernet cabling. While, IEEE802.3at is updated PoE standard known as PoE+. It can provide up to 25.5watts power available for powered device which is nearly twice as many as that 802.3af supplies. The updated standard can support more devices with high-power functionality such as door controllers, cameras with zoom capacity, or wireless access points supporting 802.11n.

Total Power

PoE switch has a total power. As described before, under IEEE802.3af standard, each port on the PoE switch can get 15.4watts power. Thus, the total power of a 24-port switch must reach 370watts so that it can make sure each port get sufficient power. And make sure there is additional power beyond that required for PoE for its switching functions. As to the IEE802.3at standard, each port supports 30watts. Under this condition, the PoE switch with total power of 370watts can only provide power supply to 12 ports.

Cable Requirements

The DC power of IEEE 802.3af standard is 15.4watts. It can support 10BASE-T and 100BASE-T. Two of four twisted pairs of Cat3 cable or higher can support the power and data transmission. The PoE+ standard delivers power up to 30watts and supports 1000BASE-T. Cat5e or Cat6 cable is able to support the power transmission. Connecting PoE switch to the router or cameras with Cat5e or Cat6 cable, the maximum transmission length is up to 100 meters.

When buying Ethernet cables, find a reliable vendor who provides standard network cable meeting the strict requirement. PoE power supply must use oxygen-free copper material—standard network cable. Non-standard cable utilizes other materials such as copper clad steel, copper clad aluminum, copper coated iron, etc. These cables are not suitable for PoE power supply because of the big resistance.

Conclusion

PoE switch is a cost-effective solution to increase the reliability and security of networks by providing centralized backup power to all connected IP surveillance devices. Before purchasing PoE switches, try to know as more details about the switch specifications as possible and also your own needs. To get good quality PoE switches, please come to FS.COM.