Hikvision DS-3E0518P-E 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged POE Switch
The Hikvision DS-3E0518P-E is a 16-port Gigabit unmanaged Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch designed for small to medium-sized networks. This switch is ideal for connecting and powering various PoE devices such as IP cameras, wireless access points, and VoIP phones.
- Ports: The switch features 16 10/100/1000 Mbps PoE Ethernet ports, which can automatically detect and supply power to PoE-enabled devices.
- PoE Budget: It has a total PoE budget of 230W, which means that it can supply up to 230 watts of power to the connected PoE devices.
- PoE Standards: The DS-3E0518P-E supports IEEE 802.3af (PoE) and IEEE 802.3at (PoE+) standards, providing up to 15.4W and 30W of power per port, respectively.
- Plug-and-play: The switch is unmanaged, which means it requires no configuration or software installation. Simply connect your devices, and the switch will automatically manage the network traffic and power distribution.
- Auto-negotiation and Auto-MDI/MDIX: The switch supports auto-negotiation, allowing it to automatically determine the optimal speed and duplex mode for each connected device. It also features Auto-MDI/MDIX, eliminating the need for crossover cables.
- Compact design: The Hikvision DS-3E0518P-E has a compact and durable metal enclosure, which makes it suitable for desktop or wall-mount installation.
- Energy-efficient: This switch is designed to conserve energy by adjusting power consumption based on cable length and link status, reducing power usage in idle or low-traffic situations.
- LED Indicators: The front panel features LED indicators for power, PoE, and Ethernet link/activity status, allowing you to monitor the switch’s operation at a glance.
- Wide compatibility: The DS-3E0518P-E is compatible with a variety of PoE devices, making it a versatile solution for a range of networking applications.
Remember that, as an unmanaged switch, the DS-3E0518P-E doesn’t offer advanced features like VLANs, QoS, or network management, which may be required in more complex networking environments