8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch
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General Info
Cable Type: CAT5/CAT5e/CAT6
Color: Platinum Grey
Finish: Powder Coat (bracket)
Footprint: Double Bay
Type: Network Switch
Input Plug Type: RJ45 Plug-In
Listing Agencies/Third Party Certifications
RoHS: Yes
FCC Standard: Yes
UN SPSC: 43222612
Construction Information
Spec 1: Mounting
Installation Location: Enclosure
Depth (Metric): 4.48 cm
Depth (US): 1.76"
Height (Metric): 15 cm
Height (US): 5.9"
Width (Metric): 16.6 cm
Width (US): 6.53 in
Technical Information
Compatible Power Supplies: 12VDC 1.5A 18W PW7760 recommended (not included)
Connection Method: Single 2.5mm x 5.5mm DC jack
Humidity: up to 90% humidity
LAN Ports: 8
Material: ABS, CRS
Mounting: Standard dual module bay with push pins
Operating Temperature (Celsius): 0°C to 50°C
Power Requirements: 12 VDC, 1 A
Supported Standards: IEEE 802.3; IEEE 802.3u; IEEE 802.3ab; IEEE 802.3x; IEEE 802.3az
Volts (DC): 12VDC
Receptacle Type: RJ45 Jack for LAN
Eco-Benefit Information
RoHS Compliant
Installation Instructions
Online Resources
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I have signal in from router. Now how do I get signal out through the switch?

Asked by: Michael69
Hello, If you have a CAT5 coming from your router plugging into any one of the 8 ports, the remaining 7 ports would then act as outputs. You can run those CAT5 cables to individual devices to provide internet connectivity. Nothing else is needed to have the switch work. I hope that helps. Thank you.
Answered by: Romier S
Date published: 2019-04-01

Can the EEE be turned off?  My WiFi mesh (Orbi) is purported to have problems with EEE switches.  The Orbi devices will be set up to backhaul on ethernet through this switch.

Asked by: jasperx
Hello, The switch does not have the ability to turn off its energy-efficient functionality. We do apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you.
Answered by: Romier S
Date published: 2019-02-27

Can you daisy chain to get more ports?

Asked by: Jeff
Hello, It's best to come off of an additional port on your router and then feed that into a second 8 port switch. You can daisy chain but its best practice not to. Thank you.
Answered by: Romier S
Date published: 2018-11-21

I have 2 older 10/100 switches in my panel currently and looking to to update to 1000 switches. My old units have a power input on the back and I have them daisy chained to a single power connector. Is there a power connector on the back?

Asked by: James
It sounds like you may have one of our older US Tec panels that used a daisy chained power connection infrastructure to power those items. Those units are no longer in stock. If you want to upgrade to a new switch, I would recommend our DA1008 which you can see here and should fit into that enclosure:
Answered by: Romier S
Date published: 2018-09-24

Can the ethernet cable from my modem be connected directly to the switch, and then to my router, or must the modem be connected to the router first and then back to the switch. My wireless router and modem are separate and in different locations.

Asked by: Ted B.

Are any of the ports POE?

Asked by: Brad

The power light and most of the post lights are flashing on my DA1008 switch and I don't have a the network at the other end. Could it be just the power supply or switch gone bad? Lightning struck very close to my house.

Asked by: Nick
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