Gigabit unmanaged low-voltage PoE (Power over Ethernet) switches are a specific type of network hardware that allow Ethernet cables to carry both data and power over their copper conductors. Operating at gigabit speeds, these switches facilitate high-speed data transfer, ideal for modern bandwidth-intensive applications. The unmanaged aspect means these switches do not require configuration and work right out of the box, making them a user-friendly choice for non-technical users. The term ‘low voltage’ typically refers to the safety standard these devices adhere to, ensuring they operate within specific voltage limits.
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