9 Port Gigabit PoE Switch

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9 Port Gigabit PoE Switch


POE409 - Quick Start Guide





User Information

The POE409 must be installed in a clean, dry environment where it will not be exposed to high temperatures, moisture or excessive dust.

Do not touch the POE409 or any of its connections with wet hands.



There are no user serviceable parts in the POE409  and opening or attempting to repair the product will void the warranty.

Do not install or use the device if the CAT5e/CAT6 Ethernet Cables connected are damaged.



The PoE switch will detect whether the load device is PoE compatible and provide PoE power automatically and network connection.


The units add extra flexibility to a network infrastructure thanks to 100 metre run capabilities both in and out.


The Switches have different uses and setup options. Including providing power to PoE Cameras, and providing network access to devices like computers.




Setup Options


Option 1

To power IP Cameras using the PoE switch then connect the IP Cameras using CAT5e/CAT6 Ethernet Cable, for longer distances we recommend using high quality cable, with solid copper cores. cores.




Option 2

Provide network infrastructure to PoE and non-PoE Devices, like computers, and other Network devices..



LED Status Indicators




Power (PWR)

PowerLED On

The switch is receiving power

PowerLEDoff Off

The switch is not receiving power

Link / Act (upper-left corner of each port)

PowerLED On

The port is connected

PowerLEDoff Off

No connection in the port

PowerLED PowerLEDoff Flashing

The port is transmitting or receiving data




The VLAN switch allows separation between ports. As default VLAN is off, when VLAN is on ports on the different blocks won’t be able to see each other. Note that the UPLINK does see all ports so the separation is only between ports.




Possible Cause


No Power light on Switch

No power to the device

Check power to device from external source. Check that the power supply plugged into the switch.

Loose connection

Check that the power lead (IEC lead) is plugged in to the PSU and the PSU is plugged into the switch.

Network light not flashing

Poor quality cable or termination

Check the Ethernet cabling to your device is of good quality and is terminated correctly.

Connected devices not powering

Poor quality cable or termination

Check the Ethernet cabling to your device is of good quality and is terminated correctly

Total power consumption exceeded

Check the load devices are not above the total power consumption of the switch.

Cable length

Check the distance of Ethernet cable to your device. Ethernet cables have a 100m maximum length.

Slow flashing LEDs, No network on load devices

Faulty cable or device

Turn the power off to the switch & unplug the load devices (Check Ethernet cabling to load devices). Leave the switch turned off for 10 seconds and then power the switch back up, plug each device back into switch individually to help troubleshoot the suspect cable.


Downlinks (PoE

8 x RJ45


1 x RJ45

Standards & Protocols

IEE802.3, IEE802.3u, IEE 802.3ab, IEE802.3x, IEE802.3af, IEE802.3at


30W (Max per port)


92W (Whole device maximum)


10Mbps / 100Mbp


Internal Use Only

Working Temperature

0°C ~ 40°C

Input Voltage

AC 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz

DC 51V/ 2.0A (Power Adaptor Provided)


(w)177.5 x (d)104x (h)26mm