|Price incl. VAT||£31.08|
|Price excl. VAT||£25.90|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £2.48 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £1.56 Possibility to return products within two months||
In case you are looking for a switch for small office or workgroup, this product from TP-Link is the right choice. This energy-efficient switch is a powerful, affordable and easy to use solution to connect network elements. It can be used as a home switch. All 24 ports support auto MDI / MDIX, thanks to which you do not have to worry about the appropriate type of cable. Just plug it in and use immediately. In addition to innovative power saving technology reduces power consumption by up to 67%, making this switch makes ecological solution for your network. Easy and intuitive installation along with Plug and Play turns on the configuration problem lasting a few moments.
Plastic housing in conjunction with a secure internal power supply makes this model suitable solution for a very reasonable price for connecting up to 24 users. Using non-blocking switching architecture ensures the transmission of packet filtering and full wire speed and maintaining maximum throughput. IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode and backpressure for half-duplex mode then mitigate network congestion and ensure reliable operation.
This switch is equipped with the latest technology for energy saving, significantly expand the capacity of your network at a much lower energy consumption. Automatically adjusts power consumption according to the connection status and cable length and reduces the impacts on your network environment. Equipment complies with the RoHS Directive, which prohibits the use of hazardous materials. By purchasing this switch your wallet will not suffer even when purchasing or during operation.
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