Power over Ethernet PoE Splitter

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Description

Description

Description

Thanks to this PoE (Power over Ethernet) splitter, you can easily supply both data and power by using a single LAN connection. This is Compliant with IEEE802.3af standards

  • RJ45 female INPUT Port: Supports the IEEE 802.3af the Power over Ethernet PoE Switch
  • Supports 48V Unsolicited Power Over Ethernet PoE Switch
  • Supports 48V Unsolicited Power Over Ethernet PoE Adapter
  • Power Input: DC44~57V
  • Power Output: DC12V, max 1A
  • Splits the 48V DC power over RJ-45 Ethernet cable into different DC output
  • LED indicators for power input indication
  • Power Output Port: 5.5×2.1mm DC Power Plug
  • Data Transfer Rate: 10/100Mbps
  • Devices will be detected before PoE input
  • Power Pin:support both 1/2(+),3/6(-) or 4/5(+),7/8(-)
  • Weight : 65g

Features

POE

PoE, or Power-over-Ethernet makes it possible to install security cameras and video surveillance equipment without traditional AC power. It permits devices to have electrical power to more places without having to install an additional electrical infrastructure or outlet at every point they are placed. The main benefit is that surveillance devices can be installed without needing a professional electrician, saving people money and simplifying the process, making security cameras more cost-effective.

Remote Viewing Apps

The ability to view security camera systems remotely has transformed the video surveillance industry in powerful ways. Prior to this innovation, manned users were needed on location to view live feeds. Now, it’s possible to view live camera feeds digitally through network-connected devices. IP security cameras make this innovation possible. With remote viewing, anyone, from anywhere in the world, can visibly watch live camera feeds.

Reviews (1)

1 review for Power over Ethernet PoE Splitter

  1. Robert S Campbell

    This worked great to power my microphone. You also need a power splitter to supply power to both the mic and the camera.

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