|Item Model Number||TL-SG1008MP|
|Product Dimensions||29.39 x 18.01 x 4.39 cm; 419.98 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||29.4 x 18 x 4.4 centimetres|
|Item Weight||420 g|
|Date First Available||12 July 2019|
TP-Link 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Poe+ Unmanaged Energy-Efficient Switch with 124W 8-Poe+ Ports | Plug and Play | Metal | Desktop/Rackmount | Lifetime (TL-SG1008MP)
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- 8 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 ports
- Equipped with 8 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
- Innovative energy efficient technology reduces power consumption by up to 75 percent
- Supports PoE+ standard with total power budget of 126W and up to 30W per port
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The tl-sg1008mp is an 8-port Gigabit desktop/rack mountable switch with all 8 ports supporting the PoE+ standard. 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 126W, up to 30W per port, tl-sg1008mp 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-sg1008mp can save up to 75% of the power consumption, making it an solution for your business network. Operating Temperature: 0 Degrees Celsius ~50 Degrees Celsius (32 Degrees Fahrenheit ~122 Degrees Fahrenheit).
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However I would have liked an Australian power plug, instead I had to remove one from another device to get this running.
Sell in Australia - provide Australian plugs...
Overall great value for money for a smart (semi-managed) PoE switch.
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I was initially happy with this switch, but a few things have come up that have me dropping stars. I can get the POE ports to fail by simply unplugging the cat6 cables, then when you plug the device back in the port no longer works, the only fix is to unplug the switch and hard re-boot it. This seems to happen after it’s been running for a while. Which leads to my second issue, there is no power button, so if your switch is out of the way, pulling the plug to reboot is annoying. Yes, you can restart it through the GUI but that doesn’t always resolve issues. Another gripe, you can’t name your ports, so when looking at the ports to setup other features (VLAN), you need to have your ports memorized to their devices, which isn’t difficult on a home network but annoying. My last issue is with the firmware, the passwords have to be way too short and the last upgrade was a very long time ago. The rest of my old review is below. For the price, it’s still good for a home network, but you get what you pay for.
Expanded my home network with this. I'm running 5 POE cameras plus another 50ft cat6 run to another switch, plus other devices. If you aren't network intelligent the initial setup might be over your head if it doesn't connect to your router right away. Ensure you update the firmware and learn how to use technical forums. Not to scare anyone away but this switch tried to connect on the same IP as my router so you need to connect it directly to a PC first and change it's IP and possibly it's sub-net depending on your network. Does work as described and I'm glad I went with the extra ports as it's much easier to add POE devices now. Fan does always run, annoys me, however it's located out of the way so it's not a deal breaker.