Q: Does the TSW101 conform to the 802.3af standard? What's the power output ("w") of its PoE+?
A: Yes, it does. The PoE+ standards of TSW101 are 802.3af and 802.3at. The total PoE+ power budget (at PSE) is 60W, with a maximum power supply of 30W per port.
Q: Can the TSW101’s PoE+ provide 48V power to devices?
A: Yes, it can. While the TSW101 PoE+ function has a 9-30 VDC input voltage range, its output reaches 42-57V.
Q: Since IEEE 802.3at requires a device to output power from 42 to 57V, does it mean that TSW101 is not IEEE 802.3at compliant?
A: The TSW101 is compliant with IEEE 802.3at and has a 42-57V output for PoE+.
Q: Is it correct that the TSW101 has 5 Ethernet ports, but only 4 support PoE+?
A: Yes. The TSW101’s PoE+ function works on 4 out of its 5 ports.
Q: Even if the TSW101 becomes E-Mark compliant, do you plan on releasing a model with M12 connectors?
A: No, we're not planning on doing that in the near future.
Q: Do you plan on creating managed switches with more ports or more SFP ports?
A: We're currently working on a 24-port rack-mount switch.