PoE Texas Injector Single Port Gigabit Mode B PoE Injector (Power Supply Not Included)
PoE Texas Injector Single Port Gigabit Mode B PoE Injector (Power Supply Not Included)
  • SKU: GPOE-1B

Single Port Gigabit Mode B PoE Injector (Power Supply Not Included)

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Instantly upgrade your network switch to PoE. Power an IP camera, desktop phone, WiFi access point, or other low voltage device through a network data cable using this Passive Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector. A Passive PoE injector always delivers the same voltage as its power source. Pair this injector with a 48 volt DC power supply to power devices labeled “802.3af,” or you can use a 24 volt DC power supply to power 24-volt passive PoE devices like Access Points from Mikrotik, Ubiquiti, and many more.

Product Features:

  • Instantly upgrades your network to PoE for one device
  • Use to deliver PoE power to IP security cameras, phones, wireless access points and other devices that accept passive 802.3af or PoE+
  • Passive "Always On" PoE power delivery for reliable throughput
  • 10/100/1000 Gigabit Data Capability
  • Mode B power delivery on pins 4,5+ / 7,8-
  • Compatible with 12-56v DC Power supply (sold separately)

See the Online Technical Manual

Product Specifications

Data + PoE Ports 1
Data Ports 1
Data Rate Gigabit
Dimensions 1x1x2 in.
Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
Mount Type Wall
Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
PoE Method Passive
PoE Mode/Pinout Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)
PoE Standard N/A
Power Input 2.1 x 5.5 mm DC


Ask a Question
  • How do you filter out power from data at the receiving end?

    As long as you're power is on the Mode B pins (4,5 and 7,8), simply plug the PoE cable into the PoE port. The LED light will come on and the DC barrel will have the power. The Mode A pins (1,2 and 3,6) will pass through unchanged, so if you have power on them, they will still have power. If you need to filter out power on both Mode A and B pins, we recommend out WT-GPOE-1-AB.

  • This says it\'s mode b, but just 2 pairs carry power. Isn\'t this a mode a device?

    Gigabit data requires all 4 pairs. Power can be supplied on either Mode A or Mode B sets of pairs using a coupling transformer. This device has the coupling transformer on the mode B pairs. We have Mode A devices too, but this one is a mode B. For example, all Mikrotik and UBNT gigabit devices require mode B. All other devices that support gigabit Ethernet that we have seen accept either mode A or mode B power. So this device is gigabit and is mode B - the two are not conflict

  • What's the difference between GPOE-1b and GPOE-2B?

    The GPOE-1B is a single port Mode B passive injector, providing PoE to 1 device.  The GPOE-2B is a 2-port wall mounted PoE that will allow you to connect 2 devices together.  Power in on the DC input and data in on the LAN port will share both power and data out on the 2 ports.

  • Is the POE output 24v regardless of the input voltage? Planing to power it with a 12v source, but need 24v on the POE output.

    No, the GPOE-1B does not convert power. Input power is 12 to 57 volts with same power out as in. If you need a device that will take a 12 volt source and convert to 24 volts out, please see our GPOE-24v10w.

  • What is the typical power consumption and output?

    This passive injector consumes .007A, itself, and has a fuse limit of .65A on the POE port. It can be used with a power supply input of 12-56V.