PoE Texas Injector 4 Port Active Gigabit Mode A PoE Injector with 56 Volt 60 Watt Power Supply
PoE Texas Injector 4 Port Active Gigabit Mode A PoE Injector with 56 Volt 60 Watt Power Supply
PoE Texas Injector 4 Port Active Gigabit Mode A PoE Injector with 56 Volt 60 Watt Power Supply
PoE Texas Injector 4 Port Active Gigabit Mode A PoE Injector with 56 Volt 60 Watt Power Supply
  • SKU: AT-4-56V60W

4 Port Active Gigabit Mode A PoE Injector with 56 Volt 60 Watt Power Supply

$74.99
DESCRIPTION

Active PoE means the right power at the right time. An active PoE injector negotiates with the powered device to deliver the voltage needed, so there are no concerns about accidentally burning out lower powered or non-PoE devices. Power is only added to the data cable when an 802.3af or 802.3at device is connected.

Product Features:

  • Use with 56 volt high-powered Access Points, PTZ cameras and other 802.3af or 802.3at PoE devices
  • Fully IEEE 802.3at compliant; works with Cisco products
  • Active negotiation protects non-PoE devices
  • Mode A power delivery on pins 1,2- / 3,6+
  • Includes a 56 volt, 60 watt power supply
  • Shielded RJ45 ports
  • 650mA self-resetting fuse / 30 watts per port
  • Supports 4 x 802.3af devices (up to 15 watts each) or 2 x 802.3at devices (up to 30 watts each)
See the Online Technical Manual

Product Specifications

Certifications CE, FCC, RoHS, UL (power supply)
Data + PoE Ports 4
Data Ports 4
Data Rate Gigabit
Dimensions 4.5 x 2 x 1 in.
Max Amps Per Kit 1 Amp
Max Power for Kit 60 Watts
Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
Mount Type Wall
Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
Operating Temperature Range -10 - 60C
Output Voltage 56 volts
PoE Method Active
PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)
PoE Standard 802.3af; 802.3at
Power Input 2.1mm DC
Power Supplies PS-56v60w

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • What do I need to power a Ubiquity UAP-AC-IW-PRO? Unlike the Ubiquity ceiling mount APs it doesn't come with it's own injector. At https://inwall.ubnt.com it says I need 802.3at PoE+. Note that I may add one or two other Ubiquity UAP-AC points later. It appears I might need WT-AT-4-48V60W or WT-AT-4-56V60W. Would either work? What's the difference and would they also power other Ubiquity UAP-AC devices? Lite, LR, Pro, IW and IW-Pro all appear to support 802.3af. Pro, IW, IW-Pro also support 802.3at. (This based on info here: https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000263008--UniFi-Understanding-PoE-and-How-UniFi-Devices-are-Powered). Thanks.

    The Ubiquiti UAP-AC-IW-Pro is in fact 802.3at and 802.3af compliant. The difference is the amount of available wattage per port. The IEEE 802.3af standard will allow up to 15 watts of DC power per port while the IEEE 802.3at standard will allow up to 25 watts per port. I found in the documentation you provided that the UAP-AC-IW-Pro has a max consumption of 7 watts so you would be ok with purchasing the WT-AT-4-48v60w. If you decide to add additional Ubiquiti APs later, please confirm that they also follow the 802.3af standard. Ubiquiti has AP devices which follow the 24 volt passive standard and we offer a step down converter in this case. Otherwise, if they do follow the 802.3af standard, you will be able to use the WT-AT-4-48v60w injector and power supply for those additional devices.