IP-COM F1109P-8-102W

9-Port Fast Unmanaged Switch With 8-Port PoE

  •  Compliant with IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u, IEEE802.3X, IEEE802.3af/at standards
  •  9*10/100Mbps Base-T RJ45 port; Ports 1-8: IEEE 802.3af/at PoE ports
  •  2K MAC address and MAC address learning
  •  IEEE 802.3x full duplex flow control, and backpressure half duplex flow control
  •  1.8 Gbps switching fabric for non-blocking line-speed forwarding
  •  maximum power output of each PoE port: 30 W; maximum power output of the switch: 102W.
  •  1Mb packet buffer, twice of that counterparts
  • Supports port VLAN; ports 1 to 8 can communicate with the uplink port (port 9) but cannot communicate with each other
  •  Desktop installation & wall-mount


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Product Description

F1109P-8-102W is a IP-COM switch that offers 9 10/100M RJ45 ports. Ports 1-8 comply with the IEEE802.3af standard (maximum PoE power output :15.4w) and 802.3at standard (maximum PoE poweroutput: 30W). The switch offers a maximum PoE poweroutput of 92W and can supply power to exchange data with APs, IP cameras, and IP phones through CAT5e cables. It also provides simple management modes such as Standard, VLAN. Thus, F1109P-8-102W is a perfect choice for SMBs, hotels, and office to have small-scale HD surveillance and wireless networking.

large packet buffer

1Mb built-in packet buffer outstand in comparison, ensuring smooth transmission of large files and HD videos.

92W PoE power supply

Ports Ports 1-8 comply with the IEEE802.3af and IEEE802.3at power supply standards. Theentire switch offers a maximum PoE power output of 92W, whereas each ports offers amaximum PoE power output of 30W. The ports can be used to supply power to and exchange data with APs and IP cameras.

Excellent Lightning-Proof design

Integrated professional lightning-proof circuit which supports port and power supply lightning-proof (common mode protection 6KV). Effectively reduce the damage to the network system caused by the thundery weather.

2 Network operation modes offered

Hardware DIP switch for selection among the Standard, VLAN modes. Switch to VLANmode to prevent broadcast storm and defend against DHCP spoofing .