The GAF-12v12w splitter works with 802.3af PoE to provide 10 watts of continuous 12 volt power. Use with your existing PoE Switch or 48v PoE Injector to power 12 volt non-PoE devices such as Foscam 12 volt outdoor cameras or other devices up to 328 feet from the source.
|Cable connector length||8.5 inches|
|Cable connectors||RJ45 Male, 2.1mm DC Barrel|
|Data + PoE Ports||1 (input)|
|DC connector||2.1mm male (power out)|
|Input voltage||44v to 56v PoE|
|Max Amps Per Kit||1 Amp|
|Max. Amps Per Port||1|
|Operating Humidity||5% to 90%|
|Operating Temperature Range||-10 to 60°C|
|Output Voltage||12 volts|
|PoE Mode/Pinout||Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)/Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)|
|Power Input||Female RJ45|
Is this all I would need to power my Axis 214 camera over a cat5 cable running from my WS-POE-8-48v60w unit?
Looking at the Axis 214, it operates at 11-13v at 14 watts, so the WT-GAF-12v12w will work well with you injector as is. This all you need.
Do you have a weatherproof version of this?
We do not offer a weatherproof version of this splitter. However, many of our customers will use this item outside in an enclosed weatherproof box. The operating temperature for this product is -10 to 60 degrees Celcius (40-140 F)
Does POE remain on the ethernet connector of this splitter or is all the power stripped off the data lines? I'm looking to isolate a computer from POE.
Power is not available on the output male RJ45. Input POE goes into the female RJ45 (w/ LEDs) and output power and data are split. Power out is available on the 2.1 DC and data only is on the male RJ45.
Do you know if the connector is compatible with the Verizon SLS-BU10B cell extender?
Yes, this adapter will meet the power requirements for your Verizon SLS-BU10B cell extender. This splitter is compatible with 802.3af/at 44-57 volt range PoE input.
I read a review (on another site) that stated that the 12V output power was floating on a 36V pedestal, i.e. the output power was non-isolated, and the "ground" output was at a level of +36V relative to system ground, and the "+12V" output was at a level of +48V relative to system ground. Can you clarify the design? This would be a problem for my application, as there may be a ground path from my powered unit back to system ground.
Thanks for your question. This was an issue in earlier versions of the splitter, but the design was updated to be isolated after version 3 (we are now on V6).
I am looking for a isolated PoE splitter same features as WT-GAF-12v12w has ?
WT-GAF-12v12w is an isolated device