Our PoE Gigabit injector adapter offers excellent compatibility with both 802.3af and 802.3at standards, allowing compatibility with a wide range of POE-enabled devices. The compact power over ethernet injector is suitable for a variety of applications including IP cameras, wireless access points and VoIP telephony.
- Model: ATO-PG-30
- Input Voltage: AC110-240V
- Output Voltage: DC52V/0.58A
- Port Definition: 1 Gigabit PoE port + 1 Gigabit RJ45 network port + 1 AC power connector
- Network Protocol: Standard IEEE802.3af/at
- POE Power: 30W(max)
- Power Supply Core: 1/2(+),3/6(-)
- Network Transmission: 1/2,3/6
- Transmission Medium: Cat5E, Cat6 or above (≤100m)
- Dimensions: 142*55*40 mm
- Weight: 0.4KG (including AC cable)
- Working Temperature: - 10°C~60°C
- The Gigabit PoE adapter housing is made of PC+ABS fire-retardant and environmentally friendly material, which is resistant to wear and pressure.
- 30W PoE injector supports Gigabit network port, standard IEEE803.3AF/AT protocol.
- Green light for normal power supply, yellow light for POE normal power supply.
- The PoE injector adapter is supplied with lugs at the top and bottom to support wall mounting.
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PoE injectors are commonly used in various applications, such as powering IP cameras and wireless access points over Ethernet cables. They provide a convenient and cost-effective solution for delivering both power and data to these network devices.
Tips: What is a PoE injector?
A PoE (Power over Ethernet) injector is a device used to supply power and data connectivity to network devices over a single Ethernet cable. It enables the transmission of electrical power along with data signals to PoE-compatible devices, such as IP cameras, wireless access points, VoIP phones, and other networked devices.
The PoE injector serves as a power source, injecting DC voltage into the Ethernet cable, which is then received by the PoE-enabled device on the other end. This eliminates the need for a separate power cable and allows for easier installation and flexibility in device placement, especially in locations where power outlets may be limited or not easily accessible.