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ZyXEL GS1200-5HP 5-port GbE Web Managed PoE Switch
Manufacturer: ZyXEL
UPC: 760559125974
SKU: GS1200-5HP
Condition: New
ZyXEL GS1200-5HP 5-port GbE Web Managed PoE Switch
Product Type Ethernet Switch
Product Series GS1200
Brand Name ZYXEL
Manufacturer ZYXEL Communications Corp.
Product Model GS1200-5HP
Product Name 5-port GbE Web Managed PoE Switch
Manufacturer Part Number GS1200-5HP
Manufacturer Website Address http://www.us.zyxel.com
Manageable No
Environmentally Friendly Yes
Environmental Certification RoHS
Ethernet Technology Gigabit Ethernet
Media Type Supported Twisted Pair
Network Technology 1000Base-T
Modular No
Uplink Port No
Stack Port No
Total Number of Network Ports 5
Port/Expansion Slot Details 5 x Gigabit Ethernet Network
Height 1"
Width 7.6"
Depth 3.3"
Form Factor Desktop
Weight (Approximate) 14.11 oz
Power Source Power Supply
Limited Warranty 5 Year
Layer Supported 2
Smart features The ZyXEL GS1200 series Web Managed PoE Gigabit Switch provides simple control for better manageability. Unlike other advanced but complex managed switches, the ZyXEL GS1200 series is suitable for most users and provides an affordable solution with fundamental features including PoE, VLAN, QoS, IGMP snooping v1/v2 and v3 compatibility. PoE support The ZyXEL GS1200-5HP and GS1200-8HP deliver PoE capabilities of IEEE 802.3at (30 watts/per port with total PoE power budget 60 watts) to supply power to PoE-capable network devices such as wireless APs, IP cameras and IP phones. Web GUI management enables you to monitor power status of each port and/or to reboot the network devices. Easy Configuration The ZyXEL GS1200 series does not require any additional software. It is more visualized with an easy, friendly and intuitive Web GUI that helps configuration tasks to be completed in just simple clicks. It is much easier for small office users. Energy Saving For IEEE 802.3az The ZyXEL GS1200 series built-in IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) function automatically detects network traffics and adjusts power consumptions dynamically to reduce power consumption during the low link utilization periods.