Multi-purpose PoE Switch with Powerful Performance
Ideal for Surveillance
TL-SG1218MPE complies with the 802.3af/at PoE+ standard, supporting up to 30W power supply on each PoE port. The total high PoE power budget is up to 192W for the 16 PoE ports, making it ideal for small to medium business surveillance systems.
Transferring Data and Power for Access Points
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Easy to Use
1Connect to Power
2Connect the Devices
Intelligent Power Management
When total power consumption excels 192W, the intelligent power management will cut the lower priority port power off to ensure the high priority port’s power supply and protect the device from power overload operation.
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Advanced Functions for Higher Performance
Administrators can designate the priority of traffic based on QoS, for example, to ensure that voice and video applications remain clear and lag-free.
Traffic Optimization for IPTV
IGMP Snooping optimizes multimedia traffic delivery to ensure a better network experience especially for applications like IPTV.
Making Management Easy
TL-SG1218MPE offers network monitoring for users to observe traffic behavior. Through its web-based user interface and management utility, the TL-SG1218MPE offers a variety of useful features, including network monitoring, traffic prioritization, and enhanced QoS.
For general surveillance, TP-Link has designed a variety of PoE Switches to meet the requirements of most IPCs. Many robust features provide value well beyond basic networking needs, creating a versatile and reliable surveillance network to grow your business.
Due to its reliable, scalable, and secure network solution, TP-Link has been widely acknowledged by global customers in the Education market ranging from infant schools with a few APs up to colleges and universities with hundreds of APs.
TP-Link Provides Internet Access for East European Comic Con for the Fourth Year Running
“TP-Link Romania have provided a high-quality service and the right equipment to meet our requirements in each of the projects we have worked on together. EECC2017 was their toughest challenge so far and they passed with flying colors.”
—Marius Radu, EECC Gaming Director