Power 5 Volt Single Board Computers, smart sensors, tablets and more with Power Over Ethernet at 5 Volts
Use the GAT-5v20w with your existing 802.3at PoE+ Switch or 48v PoE Injector to power 5-volt non-PoE devices. Try it with our GPOE-1AB-48v60w injector to provide 25 watts of continuous 5-volt power to any device.
*For USB-C power + data, see our GAT-USBC-PD-REV2 Splitter
|Adapters included||See Variation Options|
|Data + PoE Ports||1 (Input)|
|Data Ports||1 (Output)|
|DC connector||5.5 x 2.1 mm DC Female|
|Dimensions||4.5 x 2 x 1 in|
|Input voltage||44 to 56 volts|
|Max Current||4,000 mA|
|Max Power for Kit||20 Watts|
|Operating Humidity||10 -90% non condensing|
|Operating Temperature Range||0 - 40C|
|Output Voltage||5 volts|
|PoE Mode/Pinout||Mode A/B|
|PoE Standard||IEEE 802.3at|
I just ordered one of these cables. I am interested in the PoE + Data. However, I see the cables are listed as power only. Is there a different cable we will need for data?
The GAT-5v20w is a splitter that converts PoE+ into 5v20w on the female 2.1mm DC connection. Separate data out is on the female RJ45. Most of our PoE to 5 volt solutions are going to split the output power and data. The exceptions being iPad lightning specific adapters. Please feel free to call our technical support team at 512-479-0317 with any further questions. Thanks you!
Hello, I'm searching a solution to plug a tablet on my RJ45 (with PoE) and receive the power AND the date (I don't have the Wifi to provide to the tablet). Do you have this specific product ? Thanks
Our GAT-5v20w splitter has two RJ-45 connectors: one female for POE power plus data, one data out without power. Depending on the connection your tablet has, you may need an additional adapter in order to receive the data. Please feel free to call our technical support team for more information, 512-479-0317.