WSG05POE / WSG08POE / WSG16POE / WSG24POE Switches – QIG

Version updated: January 2017

A quick guide to connection, installation and troubleshooting of WSG05POE-WSG08POE-WSG16POE-WSG24POE.

Package contents

Installation

Turn on the switch

LED indicators and ports description

WSG05POE

WSG08POE

WSG16POE

WSG24POE

Connection of devices

WSG05POE

WSG08POE/WSG16POE

WSG24POE

Switch login (WSG24POE)

Troubleshooting


Package contents

  • 1 x Switch
  • 1 x Power cord (WSG08/16/24POE)
  • Rubber feet, mounting ears and screws for rack installation (WSG08/16/24POE)

Installation

  • All models can be installed on a flat surface; WSG08/16/24POE are rack-mountable; WSG05POE is wall-mountable
  • Install in a cool and dry place (see the datasheet for acceptable tº and humidity ranges)
  • Leave the space around the switch for ventilation
  • Install the switch on a surface that can support its weight
  • Do not place heavy objects on the switch
  • The power cord length is less than 150cm

Turn on the switch

Before powering on the switch, make sure the voltage is correct. The power supply socket is situated on the back panel of the switch.

Plug the power supply into the switch: the power indicator on the front panel must turn on.


LED indicators and ports description

WSG05POE

  • 5 x 10/100/1000Mbps Auto-negotiation Ethernet RJ45 ports (1 PoE IN port and 4 PoE OUT ports)

LED indicators are located on the RJ45 connector

LED

Description

Power

Power is supplied

Link/Act

A valid link is established


WSG08POE

  • 8 x 10/100/1000Mbps Auto-negotiation Ethernet RJ45 ports with 8 PoE function ports

LED

Color

Status

Description

PWR

Green

ON

Power is supplied

OFF

No power

Link

Orange

(10/100Mbps)

Green

(1000Mbps)

ON

A valid link is established

Blinking

Data packets are received or transmitted

OFF

No link is established

PoE

Orange

ON

A PoE PD (Powered Device) is connected to the port

OFF

No PD is connected to the port

MAX 1

(1-4 Ports)

Yellow

ON

The power output has reached the max power budget (⋝55W)

Blinking

The power output has exceeded the max power budget (⋝70W)

OFF

The power of all the connected PoE ports is less than 55W

MAX 2 (5-8 Ports)

Yellow

ON

The power output has reached the max power budget (⋝55W)

Blinking

The power output to PDs has exceeded the max power budget (⋝70W)

OFF

The system is using less than 55W


WSG16POE

  • 16 x 10/100/1000Mbps Auto-negotiation Ethernet RJ45 ports with 16 PoE function ports

LED

Color

Status

Description

Power

Red

ON

Power is supplied

OFF

No power

Link / Act / Speed

Orange

(10/100Mbps)

Green

(1000Mbps)

ON

A valid link is established

Blinking

Data packets are received or transmitted

OFF

No link is established

PoE

Yellow

ON

A PoE PD (Powered Device) is connected to the port

OFF

No PD is connected to the port


WSG24POE

  • 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 ports (1-24): connect devices with 10 / 100 / 1000Mbps bandwidth.
  • SFP ports (SFP1, SFP2): install SFP module and connect devices with 1000Mbps bandwidth.
  • Console port (Console): connect a serial port of PC / terminal for monitoring and configuring the Switch.
  • Reset button (Reset): (device is connected to power supply) press and hold the button for about 5 sec.

See WSG24POE – Admininstrator Manual for more info on configuration of the web managed switch.

LED

Color

Status

Description

PWR

Green

ON

Power is supplied

OFF

No power

Link / Act / Speed

(1-24)

Orange (10/100Mbps)

ON

A valid link is established

OFF

No link is established

Green (1000Mbps)

Blinking

Data packets are received or transmitted

Link / Act / Speed (SFP1,2)

Green

ON

A valid link is established

OFF

No link is established

Blinking

Data packets are received or transmitted

PoE (1-24)

Yellow

ON

A PoE PD (Powered Device) is connected to the port

OFF

No PD is connected to the port

Blinking

The PoE power circuit may be in short or the power current may be overloaded.


Connection of devices

Connect devices to the ports of the Switch using a network cable (check the datasheet for more information).

WSG05POE

1 PoE IN into 4 PoE OUT 10/100/1000 Mbps half/full duplex ports.

PoE Input: Pin Assignment and Polarity: Both 1/2 (-), 3/6 (+) and 7/8 (-), 4/5 (+)

PoE Output: Pin Assignment and Polarity:1/2 (-), 3/6 (+)

Output Power: up to 12W for 4 PSE or 25W for 2 PSE

Application example (60W PoE injector is optional)

wsg05poe scheme.jpg

Multiple PoE Extenders can be connected every 100 meters to obtain greater distances.

Examples for medium PoE devices (PoE Class 2 under 6W):

PoE Source

PoE switch

802.3at, Output: 50V

60W mid span

802.3at, Output: 54V

Max Distance

200m

300m


WSG08POE/WSG16POE

All the ports have PoE power supply function


WSG24POE

1-24 ports have power supply function (see the datasheet for the max power output)


Switch login (WSG24POE)

Check that the IP address of the PC is within the range of the default IP address of the switch (192.168.2.XXX)

  • Default IP address: 192.168.2.1
  • User name: admin
  • Password: admin

Troubleshooting

If Link indicator does not light up after making a connection, make sure that:

  • the network interface, network cable, or switch port is not damaged or defective
  • the proper cable type is used and its length does not exceed specified limits (see the datasheet)
  • cable is plugged into both the Switch and a PoE Powered Device

If the Power indicator does not turn on when the power cord is plugged in, make sure that the power outlet or the power cord is not damaged.

Make sure that you use standard RJ-45 cables. Cables that does not meet the standards of the sequence of data may slow down the data transmission speed or even block it.

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