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NETGEAR 16-Port Unmanaged Switch (8 x PoE+ Ports) - GS516UP
Manufacturer Part Code: GS516UP-100EUS
Order Code: NPNET-GS516UP100
Category: Unmanaged Switches
NETGEAR GS516UP - Switch - unmanaged - 8 x 10/100/1000 (PoE+) + 8 x 10/100/1000 (PoE++) - desktop rack-mountable - PoE++ (380 W)
Instant Connectivity and Reliable Performance
The NETGEAR Gigabit Unmanaged Switch series helps your business cost-effectively expand your network to Gigabit speeds and higher port counts. The GS516UP joins the series and offers 8 Ultra60 PoE++ ports and 8 PoE+ ports to power high-power PoE devices. With a total PoE power budget of 380W, deploy denser PoE+ and PoE++ devices to a single switch rather than multiple.
The GS516UP is energy efficient, built to last, and rigorously tested to provide the reliability your business needs. 802.1p traffic prioritization and jumbo frame support allow for seamless integration with more sophisticated networks.
Powerful Ultra60 PoE++
Ideal for powering and connecting 802.11AX wireless access points, 4K/8K IP surveillance cameras, PoE lighting, and high power audio speakers, the GS516UP gives you a highly cost-effective and powerful switch with the best cost/PoE budget ratio.
NETGEAR Ultra60 PoE++ Unmanaged Switches support the latest Energy Efficient Ethernet (IEEE 802.3bt) standard, powerful enough to support devices that require greater power.
The GS516UP includes 8 UltraPoE++ ports that can deliver up to 60W of power per port.
Your business is always changing and growing, but not all your devices may be 802.3bt standard compatible. PoE mode on the GS516UP solves this problem by providing power to both pre-bt and bt standard devices.
- GS516UP by default uses 802.3bt standard, only compatible for bt standard devices
- 802.3bt Standard Devices: to power bt standard devices, select 802.3bt mode to receive 60W of power
- Pre-802.3bt Standard Devices: to power up pre-802.3bt standard products, select the pre-802.3bt mode to receive more than 30W of power
- If the GS516UP is set to pre-802.3bt mode but the device is standard 802.3bt, then PoE++ power will not be delivered to the device. The switch will only deliver 802.3af (<15W)