Single Port POE 30w Injector with Gigabit Uplink
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It just works. What more can you ask?
Don't let the included instructions scare you. The documentation is a bit shoddy. It looks like a photocopy that's been hastily folded in half and stuffed in the box. It includes sentences like "POE-1G single-port Power of Ethernet equipment, the injector is suitable for to indoor using, 100V- 240VAC input voltage." Huh? Looks like it was generated straight out of Google's Chinese-to-English translator.
The fact is the injector "just works". Plug it into power, connect the network cables as appropriate, and you're in business. We're powering a remote PTZ cam with it, and it has performed flawlessly. I'm not sure you can ask more than that. If we find ourselves in need of powering another camera that uses more wattage than our switch supplies, we'll pony up for this unit again, no question.
Single Port POE 30 W Injector
I purchased the 1.3 megapixel camera to use basically as a monitoring device outside the entrance to my condo. I had a way of hiding the CAT5 cable so as not to irritate the association and the camera was small enough and sleek in design that it was ignored too. But I actually had no way of adding the additional power supply wire with out it sticking out like a sore thumb. I tucked the camera's separate power supply connector out of the way, and placed this inside my condo near my computer so I could use POE for my one camera system. Works perfectly. Nice for a independent camera use.
Single Port POE 30w Injector
This is a cool device and long over due. Basically what this unit does is allow you to power one single IP network camera using POE over a Cat5 Ethernet cable. It's great for applications like mine where I only have one POE camera. I use a hybrid DVR/NVR and I have just added my first IP network megapixel camera. To save me the hassle of running a separate power line to the camera, I just use this device. It's simple to use. Pug the devices adapter into a wall outlet and plug it into the device. Plug your camera cable into the "In" port and plug a patch cable to the "Out" port to your network, Internet, or recorder. That simple and it's tailor made for one device.
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