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Save big on network upgrades and device installations Power over Ethernet delivers power 328 feet from the PoE Injector, eliminating the expense and hassle of installing AC power near your powered device.
Power IP cameras, desktop phones, WiFi access points, or other low voltage devices through a network data cable using this Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector. A Passive PoE injector always delivers the same voltage as its power source. Pair this injector with a 48 volt DC power supply to power devices labeled “802.3af”, or you can use a 24 volt power supply on Mode B for 24-volt passive PoE devices like Access Points from Mikrotik, Ubiquiti, and many more.
|Data + PoE Ports||12|
|Dimensions||19 x 4 x 1.75 in.|
|Max. Amps Per Port||650 mA|
|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)|
|Power Input||2.1mm DC x2|
If you have 48Volt power supplies, will the ports auto negotiate power to the devices if they are passive? Say a 24V passive device is plugged into the inserter. Will the Inserter auto negotiate the power to 24V? If not, can I provide both 48V and 24V power with 2 different power supplies?
We do not recommend plugging 24 volt devices into the same injector that you will have 48 volts running on as you will have a high potential of killing your POE 24 volt device. All of our passive injectors will constantly have power available at which ever voltage of power supply is plugged in. We do offer a step down converter for adding 24 volt devices onto an injector with a 48 volt power supply. This converter is called WT-GAF-24V15W and will work with 24 volt passive devices. You will need 1 WT-GAF-24V15W for every 24 volt POE device you are adding onto the injector which has a 48 volt power supply. Please if you have more questions feel free to call us at 512-479-0317 and we are happy to go through any questions you have about POE and help make the best recommendation for you as to which product will work best!
Would this work with Ubiquiti passive access points?
Yes - just add a 24 volt power supply.