Power 12 volt Single Board Computers, Tablets, or IEEE 802.3at PTZ Cameras With Power Over Ethernet at 12 Volts
Use the GAT-12v25w with your existing 802.3at PoE+ Switch or 48v PoE Injector to power 12 volt non-PoE devices. Try it with our GPOE-1AB-48v60w injector to provide 25 watts of continuous 12 volt power to any device. (UPDATE: Microsoft has changed their Pro and Go line to 15 volts. Or for Microsoft Surface, see GAT-5v20w)
|Certifications||CE, FCC, RoHS|
|Connector Types||RJ45/2.1mm x 5mm DC|
|DC connector||5.5 x 2.1 mm DC Female|
|Dimensions||4.5 x 2 x 1 in|
|Input voltage||44 to 56 volts|
|LEDs Per Port||2|
|Max Current||2,000 mA|
|Max Power for Kit||25 Watts|
|Operating Humidity||10 -90% non condensing|
|Operating Temperature Range||0 - 40C|
|Output Voltage||12 volts|
|PoE Standard||IEEE 802.3at/PoE+|
This looks like it supports the Roku Ultra. Is it compatible?
Yes, the GAT-12v25w splitter is compatible to provide DC power to a Roku Ultra streaming player.
Is the DC output isolated? Will this work with a cable modem?
Yes, the 2.1mm DC female connector is isolated. Depending on the specific power requirements of your modem, this splitter will provide output power of 12 volts, 2.08 amps on the female DC. Data out will be on the female RJ45.
Hello, which tolerance is specified for the output voltage? Kind regards Frank Dettweiler
The output voltage may drop by 5% of 12v and still provide enough power to a 12 volt device.