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LevelOne 

 

FSW-0809 

 

4+4 PoE Fast Ethernet Switch 

 
 

User Manual 

 
 
 

v1.0 - 0706 

 


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Safety 

 

FCC Warning 

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with 
the regulations for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide 
reasonable protection against harmful interference when 
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. 
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio 
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in 
accordance with this user’s guide, may cause harmful 
interference to radio communications. Operation of this 
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful 
interference, in which case the user will be required to 
correct the interference at his or her own expense. 

 
 

CE Mark Warning 

This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment, this 
product may cause radio interference, in which case the 
user may be required to take adequate measures. 

 
 
 
 
 

    

   

 

 

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Table of Content 

 

INTRODUCTION ..............................................1

 

FEATURES.......................................................2

 

PACKAGE CONTENT .....................................3

 

HARDWARE DESCRIPTION...........................4

 

F

RONT 

P

ANEL

.................................................4

 

R

EAR 

P

ANEL

...................................................4

 

LED

 

I

NDICATORS

.............................................6

 

System Power............................................6

 

PoE status (Port 1 ~ Port 4) ......................6

 

PoE MAX ...................................................7

 

Ethernet port status (Ports 1~8) ................7

 

POE RULE........................................................8

 

INSTALLATION..............................................10

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS....................11

 

 
 
 

 

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Introduction 

The FSW-0809 Switch integrates 100Mbps 
Fast Ethernet and 10Mbps Ethernet network 
capabilities in a highly flexible package. And 
this switch’s Port-1 to Port-4 are Power over 
Ethernet (PoE) ports, and it will automatically 
detects the presence of IEEE 802.3af-compliant 
powered device (PD) and provides power 
through the Port-1 to Port-4. The switch 
provides up to 15.4 W for PoE port and can be 
used to WLAN access point, IP phone, video 
camera and other PD devices. The Switch will 
automatically detect the network appliance’s 
requirements, and the switch will supplies the 
required power current to each appliance. 
Purpose 
 
Power over Ethernet (PoE) integrates power 
and data onto one single cabling infrastructure, 
eliminating the need to have AC power 
available at all locations. PoE is already widely 
adopted in the market, saving up to 50% of 
overall installation costs by eliminating the need 
to install separate electrical wiring and power 
outlets. 

 

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Features 

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8 ×10/100Mbps Auto-negotiation Fast 
Ethernet RJ45 ports with 4-port PoE 
function (port-1 ~ port-4) 

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Compliant with 802.3af specification 

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Supports PoE power up to 15.4W for PoE 
port 

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Supports PoE power up to 30W for all PoE 
ports 

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Supports PoE Powered Device (PD) 
classification identify 

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Each port supports auto MDI/MDIX, so 
there is no need to use cross-over cables or 
an up-link port 

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Full/half duplex transfer mode for each port 

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Wire speed reception and transmission 

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Up to 1K unicast addresses entities per 
device, self-learning, and table aging  

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96KBytes packet buffer 

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Supports IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-
duplex mode ports 

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Supports Back-pressure flow control for 
half-duplex mode ports 

 

 

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Package Content 

Open the shipping cartons of the Switch and 
carefully unpacks its contents.  The carton 
should contain the following items: 
 
– FSW-0809 
–  AC power adapter (Output: DC48V, 0.8A) 
– Four 

rubber 

feet 

– User 

Manual 

 
 
If any item is found missing or damaged, please 
contact your local reseller for replacement. 
 
 
 

 

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Hardware Description 

This chapter describes the front panel, rear 
panel, and LED indicators of the Switch. 
 

Front Panel 

 

LED Indicator: 

Comprehensive LED indicators display the 
status of the switch and the network (see the 
LED Indicators chapter below). 
 

Rear Panel 

 

PoE Ports (Port 1~4): 

These ports are PoE Enabled ports, the PoE 
port will automatically activated when a 
compatible terminal is identified, the Switch will 
supply power through the Ethernet port to the 
connected PoE device. 
 

Note:

 The PoE ports will not offer the power to 

the Legacy devices. 

 

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Ethernet Ports (Port 5~8): 

These ports support network speeds of either 
10Mbps or 100Mbps, and can operate in half- 
and full- duplex transfer modes. These ports 
also supports automatic MDI/MDIX crossover 
detection function gives true “plug and play” 
capability, just need to plug-in the network 
cable to the hub directly and don’t care if the 
end node is NIC (Network Interface Card) or 
switch and hub 
 

DC Power Jack: 

Power is supplied through an external DC 
power adapter.  Check the technical 
specification section for information about the 
DC power input voltage.   
Since the switch does not include a power 
switch, plugging its power adapter into a power 
outlet will immediately power it on. 

 

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LED Indicators 

The front panel LEDs provides instant status 
feedback, and, helps monitor and troubleshoot 
when needed.  

 

 

System Power 

On : 

When the Power LED lights on, the Switch 
is receiving power. 

Off : 

When the Power turns off or the power cord 
has improper connection. 

 
 

PoE status (Port 1 ~ Port 4) 

Green : 

When the PoE powered device (PD) was 
connected and the port supplies power 
successfully. 

Yellow : 

When the PoE port have the following 
failure happens: 

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  PoE power circuit shortage 

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  Power over current: over the power 

current of PD’s classification 

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  Out of PoE voltage of 44 ~ 57 VDC 

output 

Off 

:  No PoE powered device (PD) connected.

 

 

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PoE MAX 

On : 

When the system was connected to PoE 
PD and the power resource remain 
<=7.5W, the LED lights on, the system will 
not provide power to the additional PoE 
PD inserted. 

Off : 

When the system have enough power of 
>7.5W. 

 

Ethernet port status (Ports 1~8) 

10/100M Link/ACT: 

Link/ 
ACT 

These LED indicators are lighted up when 
there is a secure connection (or Link) to 
the desired port.  
The LED indicators blinking whenever 
there is reception or transmission (i.e. 
Activity - Act) of data occurring at a port. 

100M : 

When the 100M LED lights on, the 
respective port is successfully connected 
to 100M Fast Ethernet network. 
Otherwise, when the 100M LED is 
blinking, the port is transmitting or 
receiving data on the Fast Ethernet 
network. 

Off : 

No 

link. 

 

 

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PoE Rule 

PoE Max:

 this function will help to protect the 

PoE Switch and to stabilize the power 
transmitting to the powered device (PD). 
If the system power remain <= 7.5 watt, the 
PoE MAX LED will light on and the system will 
not provide power to the additional PoE PD to 
protect the PoE Switch itself and to stabilize the 
power transmitting to the former PoE PD 
plugged in the Switch. 
 
For example: When there are PoE PD were 
connected to the PoE Switch and the total 
power consumption spends 25 watt, at this time 
the system remain 5 watt for buffer and the PoE 
MAX LED will light up. Once there is another 
PoE PD inserted, the system will not provide 
power to the additional PoE PD. 
 

 

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Priority:

 this function will help to protect the 

system when the system power was over 
loaded, the system will disable PoE function of 
the lower priority PoE port to maintain the 
power budget to the PoE port which is in high 
priority. 
 
The total power resource of the system is 30 
watt sharing to the 4 PoE ports (maximum 
power for per port is 15.4 watt), when the PoE 
PD shared the power resource for over 30 watt, 
the system will automatically arrange the 
priority of these ports, the low port number will 
have the higher priority than the high port 
number, Port 1 > Port 2 > Port 3 > Port 4. 
 
For example: In this PoE Switch, Port 2 is using 
power with 7 watt, Port 3 is using power with 
15.4 watt, these two ports are totally using 22.4 
watt power, when there is an additional PoE PD 
inserted to Port 1 with 15.4 watt, that means the 
system power resource was over current, then 
the priority function will activate, the priority will 
set to the lowest port number then to highest 
port number, so Port 1 will have the 15.4 watt 
power, Port 2 will have 7 watt power, and the 
system will cut off the power transmitting to the 
Port 3 due to over current. 

 

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Installation 

The setup of the Switch can be performed using 
the following steps:  
1.  The surface must support at least 1.5 Kg for 

the Switch. 

2.  The power outlet should be within 1.82 

meters (6 feet) of the Switch. 

3.  Visually inspect the DC power jack and 

make sure that it is fully secured to the 
power adapter. 

4.  Make sure that there is proper heat 

dissipation from and adequate ventilation 
around the Switch.  Do not place heavy 
objects on the Switch. 

 

Connecting Network Cable 

The Switch supports 10Mbps Ethernet or 
100Mbps Fast Ethernet and it runs both in half 
and full duplex mode using two pair of Category 
5 cable.  
These RJ45 ports are Auto-MDI type port. The 
Switch can auto transform to MDI-II or MDI-X 
type, so you can just make an easy connection 
that without worrying if you are using a standard 
or crossover RJ45 cable. 
 

 

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Technical Specifications 

General 

Standards 

IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T Ethernet 
IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet 
IEEE 802.3x Full Duplex Flow Control 
IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet 

Protocol CSMA/CD 

Data Transfer 
Rate 

Ethernet: 10Mbps (half duplex) 
 20Mbps 

(full-duplex) 

Fast Ethernet: 100Mbps (half duplex) 
 200Mbps 

(full-duplex) 

Topology Star 

Network Cables

10BASET: 2-pair UTP Cat. 3, 4, 5 
100BASE-TX: 2-pair UTP Cat. 5 
(up to 100m) 

Number of 
Ports 

4 × 10/100Mbps Auto-MDIX RJ45 ports with PoE 
enabled (port 1 ~ port 4) 
4 × 10/100Mbps Auto-MDIX RJ45 ports (port 5 ~ 
port 8) 

PoE Power on 
RJ-45 

Power+: ping 3 & ping 6 
Power-: ping 1 & ping 2 

Physical and Environmental 

DC inputs 

48VDC/0.8A 

Power 
Consumption 

6.3 watts. (max. no PD device connected) 
36.3 watts (max. with 30w PD connected) 

Temperature 

Operating: 0

°

~40

°

 C, Storage: -10

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~70

°

 C 

Humidity 

Operating: 10% ~ 90%, Storage: 5% ~ 90% 

Dimensions 

171 x 98 x 29 mm 

EMI: 

FCC Class B, CE Mark Class B 

 

 

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Performance 

RAM Buffer: 

96K bytes per device 

Filtering Address 
Table: 

1K entries per device 

Packet Filtering / 
Forwarding Rate: 

10Mbps Ethernet: 14,880/pps 
100Mbps Fast Ethernet: 148,800/pps 

MAC Address 
Learning: 

Automatic update 

Transmits Method: 

Store-and-forward 

 

 

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