The Non PoE injector adapter features a user-friendly design and plug-and-play operation, simply connect the injector to your existing network switch or router and it will automatically detect and power compatible devices. 48V Non PoE injector provides reliable power transmission to IP cameras, wireless access points, VoIP phones and more.
- Model: ATO-POE-4805
- Input Voltage: AC100-240V
- Output Voltage: DC48/0.5A
- Port Speed: 10/100Mbps
- Transmission Core: 1/2, 3/6
- Power Supply Cores: 4/5, 7/8
- Network Interface: LAN/POE
- Housing Material: Flame retardant engineering plastic
- The 48V PoE injector adapter housing is made of PC+ABS fire-retardant and environmentally friendly material, which is resistant to wear and pressure.
- 0.5A PoE power supply adapter is compatible with both 10/100 transmission rates and has a fast installation speed.
- The poe injector adapter is suitable for video surveillance, wireless networks, and other large data transmission environments.
- Non PoE power supply requires no changes to existing equipment configurations and is plug-and-play.
Dimension (unit: mm)
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: Are all PoE injectors compatible with all PoE devices?
Not all Power over Ethernet (PoE) injectors are compatible with all PoE devices. PoE injectors provide power to PoE- enabled devices, such as IP cameras, wireless access points, and VoIP phones, through the Ethernet cable. Compatibility depends on several factors:
- PoE Standard: There are different PoE standards, including IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at, and IEEE 802.3bt (also known as PoE+, PoE+, and PoE++ respectively). Each standard provides different power levels and features. The PoE injector and the
PoE device must support the same standard for compatibility.
- Power Level: PoE injectors have different power output capacities, typically measured in watts. The power requirements of the PoE device should be within the power output range of the injector. If the injector cannot provide enough power, the device may not function correctly or may not receive power at all.
- Pin Configuration: PoE uses two pairs of wires within the Ethernet cable to transmit power. There are two types of pin configurations: Alternative A and Alternative B. The PoE injector and the PoE device should have matching pin configurations for proper power transmission.
- Voltage Compatibility: PoE injectors typically provide power at standard voltages, such as 48V. The PoE device should be designed to accept the provided voltage. Using an injector with a different voltage than what the device expects could damage the device.
To ensure compatibility, it is essential to check the specifications and requirements of both the PoE injector and the PoE device before making a purchase. It is also a good practice to use PoE equipment from the same manufacturer, as they are more likely to be compatible with each other.