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Product Specifications

Certifications CE, FCC, RoHS
Data + PoE Ports 4
Data Ports 1
Data Rate Gigabit
Dimensions 4.5 x 2.75 x 3.5 Inches; Fits in a US Single Gang Box
Display Type Blue LED Status Indicator
Input Voltage Range 44-56 volts through Uplink Port
LEDs Per Port 2 - Connections and activity
Max Power for Kit 60 watts total
Mount Type In-wall
Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
Operating Temperature Range -10 - 45C
PoE Method IEEE 802.3bt/4PPoE (Uplink) / IEEE 802.3af LAN
PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)/Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)
PoE Standard Injector: Passive 4 Pair PoE / Switch IEEE 802.3bt and IEEE 802.3af
PoE Standards Supported Single Signature IEEE 802.3bt Type 4

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • What's the power budget for the switch? How much power does it consume?

    The GBT-4-IW itself will consume very little power, less than 1 or 2 watts typically. The total power budget will be based off of the PoE supplied to it via the uplink port on the back with up to 60 watts maximum of PoE output when used with an IEEE 802.3bt PoE uplink.

  • On the backside is that a grounding connection? If so why would one ground/ not ground the unit?

    Yes, there is an option to ground on the back of the unit. Grounding is typically done at the network switch. So, grounding the GBT-4-IW is not required if that is the case.

  • Do you have a version that is just for data with No PoE? I understand the comment that the PoE is on-demand depending on the device needs, i was just hoping a non PoE would be more cost effective to consumer.

    The GBT-4-IW has to be powered by POE, but since the ports are active, they can be used for data only if a non-POE device is connected.

  • Can this be powered by 802.3at if the anticipated load at the switch is less than 20 watts?

    Yes, this can be powered with 802.3at POE, which would have a power budget of 25.5 W.

  • Would it affect non Poe devices to use this?( Tv, game console,, ect..)

    Great question! The GBT-4-IW is active, or auto-negotiating. Power is only added to the data cable (output) when an 802.3af or 802.3at device is connected.

  • Is this a switch or a splitter, will it work like any other unmanaged Layer 2 switch?

    The GBT-4-IW is an unmanaged POE switch. It takes in 802.3bt or 4PPoE on the uplink port and allows you to power up to four IEEE 802.3af or two IEEE 802.3at devices.

  • Can you disable the POE so it's just data coming through?

    The GBT-4-IW is not a managed splitter.  Disabling of power or data will need to be managed through your PoE switch or injector.