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PoE Management Board for Single Board Computers


10/100 Fast Ethernet, Mode A/B inline splitter/injector converts 44-56 volts PoE to 12 volt or 5 volt and a WAN line for a local SBC, then recombines a LAN signal from an SBC into a Passive IEEE 802.3af compatible PoE output

This ideal OEM device allows for localized Raspberry Pi, Beagle Bone, or Single Board Computer (SBC) to control a downstream device with integrated PoE splitting and injection. The concept is that this PoE to SBC's board allows for management of data, communication, or control in a distribute network with PoE for both the SBC and a downstream device.

The GAT-SBC works with 802.3at PoE (PoE+) or our GPOE-1AB-48v60w to provide 25 watts of continuous 12 volt or 5 volt power (selectable) on a screw terminal.

Product Features:

  • RJ-45 connectors:
    • WAN POE power plus data in
    • LAN POE power (passive) plus data out
    • WAN gigabit data signal (no power) for SBC
    • LAN gigabit data signal (no power) from SBC
  • 2.1mm x 5.5mm DC Barrel connector: back up power for automatic failover to DC 48 volt power
  • Input voltage range 44v to 56v
  • Selectable 5 volt (10 watt) or 12 volt (12 watt) output power on screw terminal Phoenix connector
  • Data rate is 10/100
  • Compatible with IEEE 802.3at switch or 48v injector

Available Accessories

  • 2.1 mm to 2.1 mm Cable
  • Please contact for any special cable requests or connector options

Product Specifications

Certifications RoHS, CE
Connector Types Phoenix Connector
Data + PoE Ports WAN + PoE in, LAN + PoE out
Data Ports WAN out, LAN in
Data Rate 10/100
DC connector 5.5 x 2.1 mm DC Barrel
Dimensions 4.5 x 2 x 1 in
Efficiency 90%
Input voltage 48 volt DC failover power
Max Current 2,000 mA
Mount Type Screw board
Operating Humidity 10 -90% non condensing
Operating Temperature Range 0 - 40C
Output Voltage Passive (always on) IEEE 802.3af compatible (44-56 volts)
PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A/B
PoE Standard IEEE 802.3at (PoE+)
Weight 3.0 oz


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