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Switches for Surveillance
IP cameras are an essential component of any business surveillance system to gain visibility and insight into your business. It creates a safe environment for your staff and customers. When a company plans to add a video surveillance system, the first question should always be: What infrastructure do we choose as supporting equipment? Maintaining your video surveillance system properly is as critical as the system itself to your business’s security. In today's business life, using PoE (Power over Ethernet) switches for IP camera is very popular and should be your first choice.
Traditional wiring requires more cables, electric wires, and power adapters to support data and power transmission. More wires mean more mess. The location of power outlets can also limit the placement options for surveillance system.
An additional constraint is that electrical wires increase the risk of dangers such as fire and power surges. For this reason, you cannot deploy the traditional wiring networks without the assistance of professional electricians to ensure safety.
Deploying IP cameras into remote places like parking lots and warehouses often requires extensive investment and higher labor and system layout costs.
Monitoring, visiting, and troubleshooting remote surveillance networks can cost a significant amount of time and money. Dropped and unresponsive IP cameras can cause video loss, posing great threats to business security.
For general surveillance, TP-Link has designed a variety of PoE Switches to meet the requirements of most IPCs. Many robust features like Extend Mode, Priority Mode, and Isolation Mode provide value well beyond basic networking needs, creating a versatile and reliable surveillance network to grow your business.
Build your network and manage all your cameras and Network Video Recorders (NVRs) all through the PoE switch.
Each PoE switching solution is unique to the location, business, and surveillance needs.
A PoE switch contains multiple Ethernet ports to provide power and network communications to IP cameras, simplifying the cabling for your installation. You can run cameras to either the NVR or the PoE switch for more placement options, expanding your vision to the farthest corners of a large house.
With Extend Mode, PoE supports data and power transmissions up to 250 m away—perfect for surveillance camera deployment in large areas.
Guarantees the quality of sensitive applications like video and voice in critical business areas by prioritizing the data of specific ports.
Isolation Mode easily divides traffic for downlink ports to avoid snooping/tampering and isolates broadcast storm for higher security.
Automatically detects and reboots your dropped or unresponsive PoE-powered devices.
A single cable supports both data and power transmissions. PoE solutions also require fewer power adapters.
A rich selection of switches supports PoE budgets up to 10/15/30 W on each port, ensuring that every sort of IP camera can receive enough power.
Freedom from fixed power outlets provides more placement options and deployment in complex environments.
Both fanless and built-in smart fans are designed to balance power consumption with reduced sound in noise-sensitive locations.
Automatically monitors and ensures power supply to high-priority ports, protecting devices from power overloads.
Simply plug and play for instant connectivity. Convenient management tools like Omada App and web-based interface are also provided for managed switches.
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Unmanaged Switches: Support plug and play without configuration required but also offer sufficient functions like 250 m PoE tansmission, port prioritization, and traffic separation. Easy Smart Switches: A variety of useful features are provided such as VLAN, QoS, IGMP Snooping, and PoE Auto Recovery to enhance your network safety and reliability. Smart & L2 Managed: More advanced and high-level management options such as the Omada SDN Cloud Platform help control your network anytime, anywhere.
How many IP cameras do you need to connect to your network? Select a switch with enough ports to connect all your devices on your LAN. If your business is at the rapid growth phase, select a switch with abundant network capacity to grow with your demands.
Determine the required port speed based on user needs and PD bandwidth. 100 M bandwidth is sufficient to meet the requirements of IPCs system while gigabit and multi-gigabit future-proof your network with higher scalability.
Each IP camera has a budget, which is the minimum power required over Ethernet for it to function. When considering suitable switches, check the budget per port to ensure that it is sufficient to power your IP cameras.
· PoE (802.3af) is the original PoE standard and offers 15.4 W of power to the Ethernet port.
· PoE+ (802.3at) almost doubles the available budget, providing 30 W adequate power supply to the Ethernet ports.
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