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8 Port GigaBit POE Switch - 150W - Unmanaged - UTT S1080GP @Newegg Flash -- $89

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Newegg Flash has UTT S1080GP 8-Port Unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet PoE Switch, 8 PoE ports 150W, 802.3af/at, Ideal for IP Cameras,
looks like solid deal - especially since it has eight poe ports and 150W, so all eight posts get just under 20W which is plenty for most POE applications.
At $89 seams to be a good price


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Lack of reviews and unknown (to me) brand worries me a bit. Can anyone chime in with some advice on it
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PoE+ and all 8 ports sounds great... I picked up a NETGEAR GS108PE for slightly more than this and it only handles 4 ports and regular POE (15.4 W or so each port). So, 53W vs 150W. Netgear comes with lifetime warranty though...

Seems too good to be true?
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Ditto on someone chiming in about the brand... Seems like a great price though.
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all eight posts get just under 20W
just above 20W because you normally leave one port for uplink
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I might be a stickler, but I am not willing to take a chance without a UL certification. I tried to fine one for this device, but none of their docs specifically mention it. Only an FCC certification for interference.
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This one is $72.99, has 8 ports, 115 reviews, and is 130W. But, not U-L listed. https://www.amazon.com/BV-Tech-Po...B005GAATOG
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This one is $72.99, has 8 ports, 115 reviews, and is 130W. But, not U-L listed. https://www.amazon.com/BV-Tech-Po...B005GAATOG

Non- GigaBit

UL is important to me too.
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This one is $72.99, has 8 ports, 115 reviews, and is 130W. But, not U-L listed. https://www.amazon.com/BV-Tech-Po...B005GAATOG
Fast Ethernet - aka...10/100 - no Gigabit.
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The previous TP-Link 8 port for $60 seems better deal than this one.

https://slickdeals.net/f/10350712-tp-link-8-port-gigabit-ethernet-124w-poe-switch-59-99?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
that was great deal indeed - unfortunately I have missed it. or rather I did not need one at that time. But I need one now. But wondering - should I but this unknown brand for $90 or get TP for $115 now.
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that was great deal indeed - unfortunately I have missed it. or rather I did not need one at that time. But I need one now. But wondering - should I but this unknown brand for $90 or get TP for $115 now.
I believe this one only have one year warranty vs. TP-Link lifetime warranty, known brand vs. unknown brand, $25 extra is worth imo.
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This switch is 150W and has 8 ports.
POE+ is rated at 30 watts..
150/30 = 5 (You can only plug 5 POE+ 802.11at device)

But, you can plug 10 802.11af device.
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I believe this one only have one year warranty vs. TP-Link lifetime warranty, known brand vs. unknown brand, $25 extra is worth imo.
Yeap , hence my hesitation. 150w sounds great though.
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I might be a stickler, but I am not willing to take a chance without a UL certification. I tried to fine one for this device, but none of their docs specifically mention it. Only an FCC certification for interference.
Their docs don't mention it because they essentially are a Chinese company selling directly to the USA through portals like Amazon.

Personally, I wish they would make UL listing a requirement for all things electric/electronic that are sold in the USA. Safety is important in electronics, but it costs more money, hence the "to good to be true" price here.

I gotta pass...
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