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PoE Switches

Power over ethernet can be very convenient considering running cable and powering surveillance equipment can be time consuming and expensive. Power over ethernet saves time and money by powering the camera and transmitting video all from one cable. Using a PoE switch or injector with a PoE enabled camera, a security camera installer only needs to run one cable to the camera. 

For multiple cameras, a PoE switch is recommended. A switch is also recommended if more cameras will be added in the future. 

If only one or two cameras will ever be installed, an injector will be cheaper. Ethernet cables are composed of 4 small "twisted pairs" of cables that go inside a sheath. On either side there are RJ45 connectors which combine the small cables into the connector. PoE uses one of the pairs to provide electric current which powers the camera. PoE enabled cameras can detect electricity and use it to boot up. Alternatively, a traditional analog camera can be powered the same way by using a balun. Baluns are used to transmit analog video, which is normally transmitted on coaxial cable, on ethernet cable. Some baluns even have a connector that "steals" a little but of electricity from the wires to power the camera.

  • IEEE 802.3af PoE
  • 15.4W Per Port
  • 65W Max Consumption
  • 10/100 Mbps
  • Auto-MDI/MDI-X Ethernet Port Connection
  • Plug and Play Installation
  • 4 Port + 1 Uplink Switch
  • IEEE 802.3af PoE
  • 250W power
  • 30W per port
  • Plug-and-Play
  • 24 Port Switch
  • IEEE 802.3
  • 250 Watt power
  • 30W per port
  • 10/10/1000Mbps
  • 512 KB Buffer Memory
  • 16 PoE Enabled Ports
  • IEEE 802.3af PoE
  • 120W Max Power
  • 30W Per Port
  • 10/100 Mbps
  •  512 KB Buffer Memory
  • 1 Uplink Switch
LTS POE-SW401
$63.00
  • IEEE 802.3at and IEEE802.3af PoE compliant
  • Distance up to 820ft
  • Extend mode up to 820ft
  • 4 PoE Ports + 1 Uplink
LTS POE-SW801
$190.00
  • 8 PoE Ports + 1 Uplink port, 10/100Mbps
  • 150W of Max Power (15.4W Per Port)
  • Complies with IEEE 802.3af PoE Standard
  • Auto-MDI/MDI-X Function for any Port
  • Compact Size
LTS POE-SW1602
$349.00
  • IEEE 802.3at and IEEE802.3af PoE compliant
  • Distance up to 820ft
  • Extend mode up to 820ft
  • 16 PoE ports + 2 Uplink + 2 SFP
  • Provides up to 30 watts per PoE port
  • Supports PoE power up to 230W for all ports
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Vivotek AW-GEV-264A-370
$756.00
$1,080.00
You save: $324.00
  • IEEE 802.3
  • 370W Max Power
  • 30W per port
  • Auto FAN Speed Control
  • 512 KB Buffer Memory
  • 24 PoE Ports
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Vivotek AW-FET-050A-065
$63.00
$90.00
You save: $27.00
  • IEEE 802.3at/af
  • 65W Max Power
  • 10/100 Mbps
  • 4 PoE Enabled Ports
  • Auto-MDI/MDI-X Ethernet Port Connection
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30%
Vivotek AW-FET-080A-120
$126.00
$180.00
You save: $54.00
  • IEEE 802.3at/af
  • 120W Max power
  • 30W per port
  • 8 PoE Enabled Ports
  • 19" Rack Mount Kit
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30%
Vivotek AW-FGT-100A-120
$189.00
$270.00
You save: $81.00
  • IEEE 802.3af
  • 120W Max power
  • 30W per port
  • 8 PoE Enabled Ports
  • Auto-MDI/MDI-X Ethernet Port Connection
  • 512 KB Buffer Memory
  • 19" Rack Mount
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30%
Vivotek AW-FED-0500-120
$154.00
$220.00
You save: $66.00
  • 120W Power
  • 52W max per port
  • 4 PoE Enabled Ports
  • 10/100Mbps
  • Auto-senses link speed
  • Plug-and-Play
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30%
Vivotek AW-FGT-260A-250
$462.00
$660.00
You save: $198.00
  • 24 PoE Enabled Ports
  • 250W Max Power
  • 30W per port
  • 352KB Buffer Memory
  • IEEE 802.3at
  • Auto-MDI/MDI-X Ethernet Port Connection
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30%
Vivotek AW-FET-160A-250
$322.00
$460.00
You save: $138.00
  • IEEE 802.3at/af
  • 250W Max power
  • 30W per port
  • 16 PoE Enabled Ports
  • 10/100Mbps
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25%
Vivotek AW-GEV-264A-185
$693.00
$930.00
You save: $237.00
  • IEEE 802.3at
  • 185W Max power
  • 30W per port
  • 10/100/1000Mbp
  • 512 KB Buffer memory
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30%
Vivotek AW-GET-094A-130
$308.00
$440.00
You save: $132.00
  • 130W Max power
  • 30W per port
  • 8 PoE Enabled Ports
  • 512 KB Buffer memory
  • Auto-MDI/MDI-X Ethernet Port Connection
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30%
Vivotek AW-FED-0500-065
$98.00
$140.00
You save: $42.00
  • IEEE 802.3
  • 65W Max power
  • 52W max per port
  • 48KB Buffer memory
  • Network technology
  • 5 Ports
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30%
Vivotek AW-FGT-180A-250
$392.00
$560.00
You save: $168.00
  • 16x Fast Ethernet PoE
  • 2x Combo Gigabit Ethernet
  • MJPEG/MPEG-4/H.264/H.265
  • Per Port 56VDC, Max. 30W
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Geovision GV-POE1601
$240.00
$488.00
You save: $248.00
  • IEEE 802.3at
  • 10/100 Base TX
  • 250W Max power
  • 30W max per port
  • 16-Port Switch
  • 19" Rack Mount
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36%
Geovision GV-POE2411
$491.68
$767.00
You save: $275.32
  • 400W Max power
  • 30W max per port
  • Multi-Port Switch
  • Power Consumption
  • Web Interface
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47%
Geovision GV-POE0801
$120.00
$227.00
You save: $107.00
  • IEEE 802.3at
  • 8-port 10/100BaseTX
  • 130W Max power
  • 30W per port
  • Auto-MDI/MDI-X
  • Auto Negotiation
  • 11" Metal Case
  • 19" Rack Mount
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Ubiquiti TS-8-PRO
$177.00
$189.00
You save: $12.00
  • 8 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet data ports
  • 1 x 10/100 Ethernet management port
  • MIPS 24K, 400 MHz processor
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36%
Geovision GV-POE2401
$424.48
$662.00
You save: $237.52
  • IEEE 802.3at
  • 400W Max power
  • 30W max per port
  • Support up to 24 GV-IP cameras
  • 19" rack mount with cabinet
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47%
Samsung iES4024GP
$1,282.00
$2,399.00
You save: $1,117.00
  • IEEE802.3af
  • 22 x 10/100/1000BASE-T
  • 2 x Gigabit Combo Ports with PoE
  • 48 Gb/s & 35.7 Mp/s Switching Fabric
  • 1 x Console Port
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36%
Geovision GV-POE0800
$110.88
$173.00
You save: $62.12
  • IEEE 802.3at
  • 130W Max power
  • 30W max per port
  • 10/100 Base TX
  • 8-Port Switch
  • Camera Support
  • 11" Metal Case with Rack Mount
  • Auto Negotiation - transmits at highest modes
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8%
Ubiquiti TS-5-POE
$87.00
$95.00
You save: $8.00
  • 5 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet data ports
  • 1 x 10/100 Ethernet management port
  • MIPS 24K, 400 MHz processor
  • 24V Configurable passive PoE
  • PoE Configuration Interface
  • Wall Mountable
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36%
Geovision GV-POE0400
$66.08
$104.00
You save: $37.92
  • IEEE 802.3at
  • 70W Max power
  • 30W max per port
  • 10/100 Mbps
  • High Speed Switch
  • One Uplink Port
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36%
Geovision GV-POE1611
$392.00
$611.00
You save: $219.00
  • IEEE 802.3at
  • 250W Max power
  • 30W max per port
  • 16 Port Gigabit switch with PoE+
  • Up to 15 GV-IP cameras
  • 19" rack-mount kit
Power over ethernet can be very convenient considering running cable and powering surveillance equipment can be time consuming and expensive. Power over ethernet saves time and money by powering the camera and transmitting video all from one cable. Using a poe switch or injector with a poe enabled camera, a security camera installer only needs to run one cable to the camera. For multiple cameras, a switch is recommended. A switch is also recommended if more cameras will be added in the future. If only one or two cameras will ever be installed, an injector will be cheaper. Ethernet cables are composed of 4 small "twisted pairs" of cables that go inside a sheath. On either side there are RJ45 connectors which combine the small cables into the connector. PoE uses one of the pairs to provide electric current which powers the camera. PoE enabled cameras can detect electricity and use it to boot up. Alternatively, a traditional analog camera can be powered the same way by using a balun. Baluns are used to transmit analog video, which is normally transmitted on coaxial cable, on ethernet cable. Some baluns even have a connector that "steals" a little but of electricity from the wires to power the camera.
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