Splitter POE 12V IEEE 802.3af
- 26.00 USD
Power over Ethernet (POE) splitter of the POE IEEE 802.3af standard allows any external device to receive 12V power from the Ethernet network that supports POE power transfer standard.
- Supporting POE IEEE 802.3af standard;
- Output voltage is 12V;
- Maximum output current is 1A
POE technology works to supply power and transfer data via one Ethernet cable to an Ethernet device for the distance up to 100 meters. Usually, two devices are used: the first one is POE injector that transfers power and data via one Ethernet cable to the second device, which is a POE splitter, located on the receiving end of the wires. It separates data and power back into two cables to transfer them directly to a plugged in Ethernet device. It allows to install NetPing server room monitoring units, such as, for example, NetPing IO v2, in the convenient place for you, regardless the availability of a free socket.
Ethernet network that supports POE power is connected to the jack on the case of the POE splitter. An Ethernet cable with a plug, which comes out of a POE splitter, is connected to a socket on a NetPing server room monitoring unit. A power supply cable, which comes out of a case of a POE splitter, is connected to a power supply input of a NetPing server room monitoring unit.
POE splitter provides separation of data and power in the Ethernet network that supports POE standard, transferring power both on informational and unused pairs. An outgoing voltage for feeding external devices is set to 12V. A total power consumption is no more than 12 Watts.
It is possible to use NP-SM4 POE switch, Injector POE 802.3af, manufactured by us, as POE injectors.
POE (Power over Ethernet) is a technology of sending data and electric power through a standard twisted pair in an Ethernet network. For example, if your video camera supports POE, it is enough to connect an Ethernet cable to plug it in, and there is no need to plug it to a 220V, as a camera will power through an Ethernet network. The technology is widely used in IP telephony, wireless network access points, IP cameras, network hubs, IP weather stations. Using POE power supply can be critically important when connecting a separate power supply is undesirable or impossible. For example, in the installation place there is no external power outlet or an external power supply is unstable. You can read more detailed information about a POE technology here: Power over Ethernet - Wikipedia.
|POE standard||IEEE 802.3af|
|Device suit||Splitter, packing|
|Device dimensions||85 x 30 x 25|
|Operating temperature range||0°C ... +40°C|
|Output voltage||12V DC|