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802.3af PoE to microUSB Splitter with Gigabit Data on RJ45 Output


Perfect for Android conference room and kiosk displays, raspberry pi or anywhere else you need microUSB power. Power your 5 volt Android devices from your existing PoE switch with this 5 volt Power over Ethernet splitter/converter. Normal microUSB charging cables won’t work efficiently for more than a few feet, but our 5 volt PoE splitters and PoE kits can run for hundreds of feet.

Product Features:

  • Place your touchscreen display where you want, not where the charging adapter can reach - up to 328 feet from the source
  • Proven compatibility with Android tablets, Raspberry Pi, Arlo Pro, Echo Dot, Google Home Mini and Nestcam Indoor
  • "Splits" and converts PoE to 5 volts 10 watts of power and separate gigabit data
  • Input voltage range 44v to 56v POE
  • Output voltage 5 volts 2 amp for one camera or other device
  • Includes a right and left angled Micro-USB adapter to fit in tight spaces. The 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)

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Product Specifications

Adapter length 6.5 inches
Adapters included MicroUSB Right Angle, MicroUSB Left Angle
Cable connector length 8.5 inches
Cable connectors RJ45 Male, 1.35mm Male DC
Data + PoE Ports 1 (input)
Data Ports 1
Data Rate Gigabit
DC connector 1.35mm male (power out)
Dimensions 6x1x1.5 in.
Input voltage 44 volts to 56 volts
Max. Amps Per Port 2
Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
Operating Temperature Range -10 to 60°C
Output Voltage 5 volts
PoE Method Active
PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)/Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)
Power Input Female RJ45
Weight 5 oz


Ask a Question
  • Since this is gigabit, what is the max transfer rate through the usb end? My 4k fireTV lags with the current splitter Im using, but it is only 100mb.

    Thank you for writing in, the USB port is going to be for power only, the data is transferred on the RJ45 and is true ( 10/100/1000) Gigabit speed.

  • Can this be used to power a Raspberry Pi 3?

    Yes, this will power Rasbperry Pi3

  • Does the Ethernet port also output 801.11af POE? IOW do you get both USB power and POE to the ethernet device?

    The Micro USB is designed for fast charging Android and does not provide data. The RJ45/ LAN cable can provide data to a device. To get direct wired power and data to an android device, see our blog Android/Tablet Power and Data with PoE or email us,

  • Does this device support AutoNegotiation? I want to use it with a Ubiquiti switch that I think requires the support of AutoNegotiation. I could be wrong about that.

    Yes, the GAF-MicroUSB is compatible with an auto-negotiating PoE switch, or injector, on the input side only. Output 5 volt power is not negotiating.

  • What is the solution to charge and run tdata to the table using POE? e.g. Samsung Galaxy Table E or Huawei Media T3

    At this time we do not have power + data solution for micro USB. the GAF-MICROUSB is a power only solution.