4-Port Gigabit Unmanaged PoE+ Switch

ENFORCER Unmanaged PoE+ Switch provides Ethernet and power to PoE devices such as IP cameras, IP access control, IP speakers/intercoms, IP telephony, etc. Fast packet forwarding capability and extra backplane bandwidth ensure clear images at fast transmission speeds for video, making them well-suited for HD IP CCTV installations.

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  • Provides both Ethernet data and power to multiple PoE devices including IP cameras, IP access, IP speakers/intercoms, VOIP, etc.
  • Specially designed for video transmission with fast packet forwarding capability for clear images and smooth transmission
  • Easy plug-and-play installation
  • Supports up to 10/100/1000BASE-T
  • IEEE 802.3x flow control
Operating voltage 100~240 VAC
Power consumption <5W
Ports 4 Downlink, 1 uplink, 1 SFP
Ethernet speed 10/100/1000Mbps (uplink, 1000Mbps)
Ethernet standard IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at, IEEE 802.3x, IEEE 802.3z
Transmission distance 328ft (100m)
PoE capacity 60W
Switching capacity 12Gbps
Transfer rate 10Mbps:14,880pps
MAC Address table 2K
LED Indicators Connection/transmission and PoE for each port, power
Operating humidity 0~85% non-condensing
Operating temperature 14°~122° F (-10°~40° C)
Dimensions 6-5/8″x1-1/4″x3-11/16″ (168x32x94 mm)
Weight 1-lb 5-oz (480g)

*See DIP Switch Settings, pgs. 3~4 in the manual.
†5min presence output setting should only be selected if a secondary safety device is in use.
‡Depending on settings, see DIP Switch Settings, pgs. 3~4 in the manual.

Product Information Sheet (PI)



  1. Confirm that both input and output devices are turned on
  2. Ensure that the Ethernet cable does not exceed 328ft (100m) or 656ft (200m) for the NS-104UT-MAQ, NS-516UT-GAQ, and NS-524UT-GAQ with VLAN function switch turned ON
  3. Confirm that no PoE equipment power requirement exceeds 30W
  4. Confirm that the Ethernet cable meets EIA/TIA 568A or 568B standard and that both ends are the same standard (not a crossover cable)
  5. Test the Ethernet cable to ensure that it is operational
  6. Test with another PoE device that is known to be operating correctly
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