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IP COM 1 GIG Power over Ethernet Injector
- 1 Gig injector
- High-power solution for remote powering of current and emerging high power applications over PoE
- Compliant with IEEE 802.3af and IEEE802.3at standard
- Provide DC power to PoE devices
- Plug and Play
- Output power consumption up to 30W (PoE Budget*)
The PSE30G-AT from IP-COM is a PoE injector to provide PoE for an Ethernet network. This technology provides a power supply on current Ethernet cable for data connecting, no need to change the current Ethernet facilities.
The PSE30G-AT PoE injector is compliant with IEEE 802.3af and IEEE802.3at standards. It auto-detects PD equipment, providing DC power to PoE devices. It is plug and play making it easy for network deployment. It has an output power consumption up to 30W.
The PSE30G-AT supports short-circuit protection. PSE30G-AT can auto-start short-circuit functions to cut off the power supply when the current is too high or your electricity is interrupted. This is to prevent equipment burnout and avoid networking failure.
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Support IEEE802.3af、IEEE802.3at standard
Auto-detects and provide power supply to PD equipment which compliant with IEEE802.3af、at standard
Power consumption one port up to 30W
Compliant with IEEE802.3,IEEE802.3u,IEEE802.3ab,IEEE802.3af,IEEE802.3at Ethernet standard
2 RJ-45 Gigabit ports support 10/100/1000Mbps connecting rate
Date&Power Out port support PoE
Integrated design and easy installation
Plug and play, no need to setup
GE transmission rate for wide use
|Injector Dimensions||13.2cm x 3.5cm x 6cm|
|Fireproofing Features||Fireproofing level of case up to 94V0|
|*PoE switches and injectors can be used to power PoE compliant devices up to the total power output supported for the LAN port and the switch or injector as a whole.
Users must ensure that their connected device keeps within the maximum PoE power permitted per LAN port of the switch or injector and also the total power for all connected devices is less than the maximum total PoE power that the switch or injector can provide. For example, if the PoE switch is maximum 30W per port (so it conforms to 802.11at) but the maximum PoE power for the switch is 60W and the access point you are connecting is 18W maximum then, even if the switch has 8 PoE LAN ports, you can still only power a maximum of three access points.
Damage caused to the switch or injector by over loading the power budget is NOT covered by warranty.