Use with a 24 volt PoE Injector to power your 5 volt non-PoE devices. The 1.35mm DC connector fits most 5 volt devices. We also offer optional DC adapters to power iPads, Android tablets, Raspberry Pi or USB devices. Use a 24 volt power supply and a single port PoE injector to send power and data up to 328 feet.
PT-1.35-1.35-3.5M - 11.4 foot extension power cable
POE-USB Kit - Includes 1.35 DC to Female USB adapter
|Cable connectors||Male RJ45; Male 1.35 x 3.5 mm DC|
|Data + PoE Ports||1 (input)|
|DC connector||1.35mm male (power out)|
|Dimensions||2 x 1.5 x 1 in.|
|Input Voltage Range||10 - 30 Volts|
|Max. Amps Per Port||2|
|Operating Humidity||5% to 90%|
|Operating Temperature Range||-10 to 60°C|
|Output Voltage||5 volts|
|PoE Mode/Pinout||Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)|
|Power Input||Female RJ45|
I was looking to get a splitter so I could use my POE switch to power my Amcrest Camera. The first splitter I looked at had a longer 5v connector than what the camera uses. Do you have a recommendation for splitters?
Feel free to send us the exact model of the Amcrest camera you are powering up so we can check its power specifications. 99% of 5volt cameras will work with WS-POE-5V10W, as the barrel size is a traditional 5 volt size of 1.35mm-3.5mm.
Is it possible to install one of these WS-POE-5v10w inside an electrical box and route the eth/pwr cables through a hole in a wall plate? I just want to make sure that there not any kind of safety or technical reason why I couldn't.
You can certainly mount these into an electrical box.
The only thing to note is the operating temperature of 60 C or 140 F. That may seem like a lot, but, if the box is not vented, in direct sunlight, and in a place where temperatures outside can get to +100F, you could see that temperature inside an enclosed box.
Will this survive in a northern Michigan uninsulated attic? I'm looking to power a TV signal booster.
This product will support temperature ranges -10 to 60°C. I'm not familiar with how hot it can get in the summer in Michigan but as long as the temperature is under 140 degree's F this should be just fine in your attic.
Will this power a Raspberry Pi 3b+ from a Ubiquiti ER-X SFP?
No, the POE-5v10w splitter will not provide the gigabit data rate needed for your Raspberry Pi 3B+. Our GAF-MicroUSB splitter will provide the 5 volts, 10 watts needed on the microUSB connections. However, this splitter needs an input voltage of 44-56V PoE but the Ubiquiti ER-X SFT is powered with 24 volts. You can use our GPOE-48v10w to step up the 24 volts from your router and provide the 48 volts needed for the GAF-MicroUSB.
Can this power 2 5v devices if total watt draw is less then 10
No, this is intended to power one, 5 volt device. Power output is on the male DC connection. Data out is on the male RJ45.
Is this splitter isolated?
Yes, this splitter is isolated.