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TRIPP-LITE #NSS-G16D2

Switch; Ethernet; Gigabit; 100/120/127V AC; (16) RJ45 10/100/1000, (1) RJ45 Console Ports; LEDs (Power, Link, Activity) Indication; 17.32 in. Width x 1.71 in. Height x 12.40 in. Depth; 0 to 40 deg C

SKU # 03733219547
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Type: Gigabit Ethernet Switch
Ports - RJ45: (16) RJ45 10/100/1000, (1) RJ45 Console
Ports - Other: (2) Dedicated SFP
Managed/​Unmanaged: Managed
Mounting: Rack Mount
Voltage - Nominal: 100/120/127V AC
Operating Temperature: 0 to 40 Degree C
Status Indication: LEDs (Power, Link, Activity)
Dimensions: WxHxD: 17.32 x 1.71 x 12.40 in.

The energy-efficient 16 port gigabit L2 web-smart managed switch does more than complete your home or office LAN. It also features a basic 120V 15A PDU to distribute reliable AC power to critical IT equipment in your wiring closet, server room or equipment rack. Two dedicated mini-GBIC SFP ports are also included for uplinking data to other switches via optical fiber or copper. This switch features 16 twisted-pair RJ45 gigabit ethernet ports that support auto-negotiable 10/100/1000 Mbps and auto MDI/MDIX cross-over detection functions for convenient plug-and-play capability. Easy-to-read LEDs indicate connection and activity status for each port. Built-in management software lets you monitor and control each connected device via secure web-based interface. Each port supports up to 2 Gbps with full duplex. The rear panel contains eight NEMA 5-15R outlets that supply continuous power to connected devices. Your equipment is protected by 3860 joules of surge suppression, as well as front panel LEDs that let you monitor line status at a glance. A 12A circuit breaker trips if the current drawn by connected equipment exceeds the PDUs maximum load rating.

Warning – California Prop 65

This product may contain lead and lead compounds and/or diethylhexylphthalate (DEHP) which are known by the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

To learn more about Prop 65, visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.