PoE Texas Splitter 802.3af PoE to 5V Splitter for Lightning Devices
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802.3af PoE to 5V Splitter for Lightning Devices

$15.99 $22.99

PoE to Apple Lightning Adapter with Gigabit Data on RJ45 Output

Perfect for conference rooms, kiosks, and anywhere else you need a digital display. Charge iPads from your existing PoE switch with these 5 volt Power over Ethernet splitter/converters. Use the Network dongle to provide gigabit data to another nearby device. Stream data to your iPad over WiFi or use our GAF-Lightning-PD to provide direct data and 5 volts of power to your tablet.

Product Features:

  • Place your touchscreen display where you want, not where the charging adapter can reach
  • Use to extend 5 volts of power to iPads* up to 328 feet from the source
  • "Splits" and converts PoE to 5 volts power and separate gigabit data
  • Input voltage range 44v to 56v POE
  • Output voltage 5 volts 2 amp for one camera or other device
  • Standard 1.35mm x 3.5mm DC power plug fits most devices
  • Compatible with your existing IEEE 802.3af PoE switch or injector (sold separately)

See Our Online Technical Manual

*Not compatible with iPad Pro (Gen 3) 12.9" Model

Need power AND Ethernet wired data?

One of our most often requested features is power and data to an Apple iPad through an Ethernet cable. Now we have a solution! See our GAF-Lightning-PD or our GAT-USBC-PD-REV2 to extend PoE power and data to your iPad.

Product Specifications

Adapter length 6.5 inches
Adapters included Apple Lightning (no data)
Cable connector length 8.5 inches
Cable connectors RJ45 Male, 1.35mm Male DC
Data Rate Gigabit
Dimensions 6x1x1.5 in.
Input voltage 44 to 56 volts
Max. Amps Per Port 2
Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
Operating Temperature Range -10 - 60C
PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)/Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)


Ask a Question
  • Bought a WT-AF-5V10W. It was not able to power an ipad with the USB Ethernet adapter. The POE switch tells me it is only sending 6W (52V, 114mA). How can I get it working ?

    For simplicity we have some links to the Learning Center on this topic with pictures that tell a thousand words:
    1 - PoE Power only to an iPad
    2 - PoE Power and Data to an iPad
    If that doesn't help, we're happy to talk it through with  you over the phone.

  • will this allow an iphone to be hardwired to internet ?

    Yes, With additional adapters this can be connected to wired ethernet connection. Check out our blog here: http://wifi-texas.com/ios/

  • Can I use this to test hardwired Ethernet speed on an iPad?

    Yes, however, you will need some other Apple products to accomplish that.  We have a blog on this question with a list of the parts you need here:
    Power and Data to an iPad

  • Hi...is there a supplier in Australia for these ?

    We do not have an affiliate in Australia. However, we offer shipping globally from Austin TX. Please reach out to us at service@poetexas.com for further assistance.