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SN-PSE908G megabit+gigabit uplink 8+1+1SFP POE switch total power 150W not Combo

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Brand Name: SONBORN
Model Number: SN-PSE908G
Certification: CE FCC ROHS
Place of Origin: CHINA
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Payment Terms: T/T
Supply Ability: 5000PCS
Delivery Time: 5~8 Workdays
Packaging Details: Cartons
Power Consumption: 150W
Power Input: 100~240V/AC
Network Interface: 8 x 10/100Mbps RJ-45 PoE 1~8 Ports 1 x 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45 Uplink 9 Port 1 x 1000Mbps SFP Uplink 10 Port
Power Pin Assignment:: 1/2(+), 3/6(-)
PoE Power Output:: Per Port 54V DC, Max. 30 watts (IEEE 802.3af/at)
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    SN-PSE908G megabit+gigabit uplink 8+1+1SFP POE switch total power 150W not Combo

    SN-PSE908G megabit+gigabit uplink 8+1+1SFP POE switch total power 150W not Combo

    The PoE Switch SN-PSE908G provides , 8 x 10/100Mbps PoE Plus 1 x 10/100/1000Mbps port and 1X 10/100/1000Mbps SFP Port. This switch is IEEE 802.3af/at compliant, and provides power and data over a single Ethernet cable to any PoE device, with total power budget of 150W, up to 30W per port. , which provides convenient and flexible installation. The SN-PSE908G is designed for small businesses that prefer an affordable solution for PoE deploying infrastructure.

    Cost Effectiveness And Enhanced Flexibility

    Featuring Power over Ethernet , which nearly doubles the power delivery comparing to the IEEE 802.3af/at PoE technology. Furthermore, it ensures that the power is used more efficiently due to the maximum power will only be requested when it is needed. Thus providing great cost savings by reducing power bills and eliminating the need for additional power cables and outlets.


    • Lightning protection 4KV 10/700us
    • IEEE 802.3af/at PoE compliant to simplify deployment and installation
    • Auto-detection and protection of non-standard PoE devices
    • IEEE 802.3x flow control protects against lost packets for reliable data transmission
    • Simple Plug and Play installation
    • Total PoE power budget: 150W, up to 30W per port
    • Compact Design Fits Easily in WLAN Acce
    • Essy installation and maintenance


    IEEE 802.3 10-BASE-T (Ethernet)
    IEEE 802.3u 100-BASE-TX (Fast Ethernet)
    IEEE 802.3x Flow Control (full-duplex flow control) IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet
    IEEE 802.3at Power over Ethernet

    PoE Spec
    PoE Standard: IEEE 802.3af/at Power over Ethernet / PSE PD classification identity
    PoE over current protection
    PoE circuit sorting protection
    PoE Power Output: Per Port 54V DC, Max. 30 watts
    (IEEE 802.3af/at)
    Power Budget: Max. 150W
    Power Pin Assignment: 1/2(+), 3/6(-)

    Transmission Media
    10 BaseT Cat 3,4,5 UTP/STP
    100M BaseTx CAT 5 UTP/STP
    1000M BaseTx CAT 5 UTP/STP

    Filtering/Forwarding Rates
    1000Mbps port-148,0000pps
    100Mbps port-148,000pps
    10Mbps port-14,880pps

    LED Indicators
    Per Port: Link/Act(Green),
    PoE Port:PoE in use(Orange)

    Network Interface
    8 x 10/100Mbps RJ-45 PoE 1~8 Ports
    1 x 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45 Uplink 9 Port
    1 x 1000Mbps SFP Uplink 10 Port
    Power InputInput: 100~240V/AC, 50~60 Hz, 2A Internal Power Supply
    Power Consumption150Watts(Max)
    Dimensions: (L x W x H) / Weight250*150*44mm / 1500g

    Operating: -5 ~ 45°C Storage: -20~70°C
    Humidity: 10~90%, Non-condensing

    Multiple Applications

    PoE Applications Explained

    PoE Standards

    The original PoE standard, known as IEEE 802.3af, allowed 15.4 watts of power to be sent from a switch port. After cable resistance losses, each PD was guaranteed to receive at least 12.95 watts.In 2009, the IEEE 802.3at standard (also known as PoE+) was released, doubling the power per port to 30 watts. More recently, the new IEEE 802.3bt standard (PoE++) was formalized, allowing a massive 90 watts of power.

    PoE Standard802.3af (Type 1, “PoE”)802.3at (Type 2, “PoE+”)802.3bt (Type 3, “4PPoE++”)802.3bt (Type 4, “4PPoE++”)
    Twisted pair cables used2 pair4 pair4 pair4 pair
    Power accessible to PD12.95 Watts25.5 Watts51 Watts71 Watts
    PoE source Max. power delivered15.40 Watts30.0 Watts60 Watts90 Watts
    PoE source Min. input voltage44V-57 Volts50V-57 Volts50V-57 Volts52V-57 Volts
    Maximum current350 mA600 mA600 mA per pair960 mA per pair

    The Advantages of PoE Technology

    Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology uses network cables to transmit data and power to devices. This means that a single cable can fully support devices such as wireless access points, VoIP phones, IP cameras and IP TV decoders.PoE eliminates the need for power cables and reduces cabling costs.The benefits of PoE include.

    • Reduced infrastructure costs

    Transmitting power and data over cables makes it much cheaper to install a PoE system compared to traditional wiring.PoE also allows for easier and cheaper outdoor installation.

    • Safer than traditional outlets

    PoE has fewer installation steps and fewer electrical hazards.PoE also reduces the risk of power outages, potential damage to equipment, and electrical overloads.

    • Enhanced Flexibility

    PoE power supplies and devices are plug-and-play and highly configurable. This makes it easy to add or remove devices without interrupting or disrupting the entire system.

    • Flexible centralized management of networked devices

    PoE-controlled devices can be disconnected and reconnected to a new PoE system with minimal downtime.PoE systems provide better control for smart buildings and ip-based security systems.

    • Greater Scalability

    PoE networks can be easily expanded when more devices need to be added in new locations.

    What is the difference between IEEE 802.3 af and IEEE 802.3 at?

    The difference is the amount of power that can be delivered. IEEE 802.3af supports 15.4 watts over Ethernet cables. IEEE 802.3at can deliver up to 30 watts over Ethernet cables.

    How does Power over Ethernet work?

    In PoE, Ethernet cables are used to transmit power to the device, and PoE devices require no additional wiring during installation. Initially, PoE was primarily used for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony, which allowed existing IP networks to carry voice data. As PoE became more popular, security cameras became one of the most abundant PoE devices on the market. Later, as wireless connectivity became ubiquitous, wireless access points entered the PoE world.

    Does PoE need special Ethernet cable?

    No. PoE uses standard Cat 5 Ethernet cables to deliver both power and data.

    Do I need PoE or PoE+?

    This depends entirely on the type and nature of the PoE device you want to use. The original PoE standard (IEEE 802.3af) allowed 15.4 watts to be sent from a switch port. Taking into account cable resistance, each device was guaranteed to receive at least 12.95 watts. The updated IEEE 802.3at standard (also known as PoE+) doubles the power per port to 30 watts.

    Newly powered devices are taking advantage of this advancement and require more power than ever before. Even if your current devices only require the standard power of 802.3af, you should consider the types and requirements of devices you will add in the future.802. This may be a viable path to take!

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