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High Power 16 Port PoE Plus Switch


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This 16 Port PoE Plus Switch can supply data and power to up to 16 PoE cameras (also called IP cameras), and has 2 Gigabit (1000mbps) uplink ports to connect the switch to a router, computer, NVR, or to another switch. It can be used as an unmanaged switch or if you are an IT specialist you can also use it in managed mode by logging in to the switch using its web interface over Internet Explorer.

In unmanaged mode, you can connect the switch to your router or NVR, and connect your cameras to it. Each of the 16 PoE+ ports are 802.3af and 802.3at compliant and provide up to 30W of power. The first two PoE ports also have the ability to output up to 60W when used with our High PoE cameras like the 4K PTZ (sku IPPTZ4K30).


  • 16 Port High Power Output PoE+ Switch
  • 240W Total PoE Power Output
  • 16 10/100 Mbps PoE+ Ports
    • Power transmission up to 328ft
    • Max 30 Watts per port
  • Ports 1 & 2 support up to 60W High PoE
      Compatible with High PoE PTZ
    • Compatible with daisy chain PoE extender for 800ft transmission
    • Compatible with High PoE IP cameras for 800ft transmission
  • 2 Gigabit 10/100/1000 Mbps Uplink Ports
  • 2 Gigabit SFP Ports
  • 4 KV surge protection for PoE ports
  • Rack Mountable 1U case

What's Included?


PoE Ports16, 10/100 Mbps RJ45 ports
Uplink Ports

2x 10/100/1000 Base-T
2x 1000 Base-X

PoE ProtocolsIEEE802.3af, IEEE802.3at, High PoE
PoE Power Budget240W
PoE Power Output

Ports 1–2: High PoE (60W)
Ports 1–16: PoE+, PoE (up to 30W)

PoE ManagementPoE setting (real-time port consumption), PoE event statistics
Switching Capacity8.8Gbps
Max. Forwarding Rate5.36Mpps
MAC Address Table4K
VLAN802.1Q Standard VLAN
Spanning TreeSTP, RSTP
Port AggregationStatic link aggregation, LACP protocol
MirroringMany-to-one port mirroring
DHCPSupport DHCP-Client
Long Distance ModeUp to 800ft with High PoE devices
Flow ControlHalf-duplex based on back pressure type control
Full duplex based on PAUSE frame
Security FeaturesIP+MAC binding based on port
IEEE802.1x port authentication
System MaintenanceSystem Log, One-key recovery, Supports backup and restore via config file
QoSHigh and low priority, WRR
802.1P, DSCP
Supports priority according to protocol
Network ManagementWEB (http or https), SNMP V1/V2C/V3
LED IndicatorsPWR, PoE, Link/Act LED
Input voltage100V~240V AC, 50/60Hz
Surge Protection4KV
Operating Temperature14°F –131°F
Working Humidity10 - 90% (non-condensing)
Thermal methodsBuilt-in Fan
Rack MountableYes, includes rack mount ears
Weight8 lbs
Dimensions17.4 x 11.9 x 1.8 inches (W x D x H)

Updated August 17, 2020.



Return Policy30 Days Return Policy
Warranty1 Year


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Total 2 question(s)

How do you log into these switches to manage the settings?

Question by: Dustin on: 2018-03-26

These are unmanaged switches.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-03-26

Trying to differentiate between the 16 and 24 port switch you sell. I note a few differences but I lack the knowledge to make a choice. Can you help?

Each port is generally limited to 15 watts per port except for port 1 and 2 of the 16 port switch which offer 60watts. Also, there seem to be a difference in Network Protocols and Max Forwarding Rate. Not sure what is relevant for future proofing the new system I am about to purchase.

Thank you for any help you may provide!

Question by: Nicolas Raymond on: 2020-04-21

We updated the description of the 24 port poe switch. All the 16 and 24port PoE+ switches we have can do up to 30W max on PoE+. Only the 16 port POE16P2G240 has the ability to send Hi-PoE 60W power for the first two ports. Hi-PoE is useful when using certain PTZ cameras we offer that are power hungry like the IPTZ4K40. Keep in mind that you also have to consider total PoE output capability for a PoE switch, which is stated in the specs of each PoE switch.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2020-04-21