Power over Ethernet (PoE) equipment adds power to the data in Ethernet wiring-so that devices such as surveillance and card access machines can be powered via standard Ethernet cabling.
Under certain circumstances a non-PoE compliant device can work with the use of the EIPE-2 splitter. If the end device is 10/100 Mbps Ethernet-based but requires 24 VDC to operate, the splitter will accept the combined 48 VDC and data from a power sourcing equipment (PSE) and then internally generate 24 VDC to provide the non-PoE end device with separate data and power up to 10 W.
The EIPE-2 Splitter has two RJ-45 connectors. The upper connector attaches to the upstream device. The lower one attaches to the end device. Transmit and receive signals pass between the two connectors as if the mid-span device were not present.
The EIPE-2 Splitter supports the 802.3af protocol. It has a rugged metal enclosure and metal DIN-rail clip for control panel mounting.
The EIPE-2 Splitter is powered by 48 VDC which it uses to internally generate the 24 VDC power for the non-PoE device and eliminate any concerns about grounded primary power. The maximum output power is 10 watts.
|EIPE-2||Skorpion PoE Mid-Span Power Splitter||$199|