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TRENDnet Switching Capacity Protection TPE TG44G Review




Revainrating 3 out of 5  
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Current Rating1 Nanoamps
Switch TypeMetal
Item Dimensions LxWxH9 x 5 x 6 inches
Number of Positions1
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Description of TRENDnet Switching Capacity Protection TPE TG44G

ETHERNET PORT INTERFACE: 4 x Gigabit PoE / PoE+ ports (up to 30 Watts per PoE+ port), and 4 x Gigabit ports. POE+ POWER BUDGET & SWITCH CAPACITY: The gigabit switch has a 61.6 W PoE power budget and eight gigabit ports provides a 16Gbps switching capacity to support edge network installations. The PoE+ standard supplies up to 30W of power per port for devices such as high power wireless access points, PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) Internet cameras, and VoIP telephony systems. Auto sensing technology delivers 30W to 802.3at PoE+ devices, 15.4W to 802.3af PoE devices, and only data to non-PoE devices. COMPACT FANLESS DESIGN: With a compact and lightweight rugged metal housing design, this desktop switch is well-suited for desktop installations. Its fanless design is ideal for quiet environments that require silent operation. DATA TRANSFER RATE: Ethernet: 10 Mbps (half duplex), 20 Mbps (full duplex), Fast Ethernet: 100 Mbps (half duplex), 200 Mbps (full duplex). OPERATING TEMPERATURE: This 8-Port Gigabit PoE+ Ethernet switch is rated with an operating temperature range of 0 – 40 °C (32 - 104 °F).


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Revainrating 2 out of 5

Very happy with this tiny switch

This is the fourth switch from the same brand that I have received and it works with no problems. The fact that some ports have PoE helps a lot when unplugging power cords from devices. I connect some APs and IP cameras to them.

  • Constant test results
  • Repair

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Works well! - Computers and accessories

I have two of these for the backbone connection to my Google Wifi system. I also distributed 8 Reolink 4k POE cameras among them. One in the basement and one in the garage and both work well and keep a constant speed.

  • Nice
  • Poorly thought out

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Poor Quality: Computers and Accessories

Worked less than 3 hours. At first it was great. Switched on the access point (one), worked as a switch without any problems. After a few hours the power went out. I thought it was the power supply but it seemed fine. The switch never returned to the network. To return.

  • I'm holding my fists
  • Not bad

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Fake power cord in box

I would love this product if it weren't for someone at some point opening it up and replacing the correct power supply with the wrong one that doesn't fit. It is currently unusable. It was supposed to be a new product, not a refurbished one, so how did that come about?

  • Worth the money
  • Cable is shorter than others

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Lots of Power - Computers & Accessories

I bought this to power Ubiquiti CloudKey and UAP-nanoHD and it works fine with both. Much cheaper than buying a managed POE switch and has enough power and ports for a small installation. The all-metal housing and large, powerful power supply ensure years of service. Also, it doesn't have noisy fans - it just sits quietly on my desk.

  • Certified
  • No Auto

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Has a power budget for IP cameras; Stable so far

Runs 4 IP cameras (7W) that I have. + 60W power budget (with dissipation, 12.75W x 4 is the max I would connect at maximum Category 5 distance) + All gigabit ports + Fanless is very good and worth it + Very small and the PSU isn't so big + metal housing - PoE ports are not labeled! 1-4 is PoE but it would be nice to have a label. -------- Please consider power dissipation and PoE classes when calculating your power budget. What comes to the device is not what is sent. This is not a 4-port class

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