TL-SG108PE (TP Link 8 Port POE)

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  1. Optimus Prime

    Optimus Prime Getting the hang of it

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    Was thinking about starting out with this switch. I'll eventually install more cameras, but right now I only have 4, and one of them is a PTZ with it's own power brick.

    Does anyone have a preferred recommendation over this particular switch? It's on Amazon for $65.00
     
  2. Kawboy12R

    Kawboy12R Getting comfortable

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    I'd take a ZyXEL over one of those but they're more money.
     
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    bob2701 Getting the hang of it

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    I have been using the TL-SG108PE for about a year now with 0 problems. 5 PTZ's and 1 other camera connected. All POE, also connected PC with BI to the same switch.
     
  5. Optimus Prime

    Optimus Prime Getting the hang of it

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    Fenderman or Kawboy12R - will the ZyXEL power my PT5AM22XH200 without having to use it's power brick?

    Bob2701 - what PTZs are you using that the TL-SG108PE is running without the power bricks?

    Thanks for your replies.
     
  6. Kawboy12R

    Kawboy12R Getting comfortable

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    My Google-Fu says no- 12v power only, no POE.
     
  7. bob2701

    bob2701 Getting the hang of it

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    @Optimus Prime, I just realized I have the TL-SG1008PE which has 8 POE ports not 4. 124 watts available with priority starting at port 1.
    I have 5 Huisun Mini PTZ's which draw about 18W each if I remember correctly. No runs are over 75'. I believe I bought it at Amazon for about $150.
     
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