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Power over Ethernet

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This calculator allows you to determine the voltage that will be delivered to the remote PoE device.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can PoE and non-PoE PDs be used on a PoE switch at the same time?

Yes. PoE technology does not interfere with normal switch operations. In addition, many PoE switches feature the ability to disable PoE ports that do not need it—rendering them more power-efficient.

What category of Ethernet cable should be used with PoE?

CAT5e or better is strongly advised, with the most stable choice being CAT6A. CAT6A is generally considered the “future-proof” cable grade and is used in healthcare, educational institutions, enterprise business, military, and more.

What is a PoE calculator?

A Power over Ethernet calculator determines the amount of voltage that will be delivered to your remote PoE device.

How far can a PoE extender extend a network’s reach?

A PoE extender can increase a network’s range up to 102 kilometers (km)—about 4,000 feet. However, the distance extension depends on the power level needed. For instance, with most PoE extenders supporting 100 Megabits-per-second (MBps), the distance maxes out at 610m (2,000 feet).

Do I need a PoE injector if I have a PoE switch?

No. PoE injectors are required only in networks with standard (non-PoE) switches, and there is a desire to add PoE PDs to the system. PoE injectors are significantly less expensive than PoE switches and often prove to be the most economical solution to inserting PoE technology into a network. However, if the network is extensive and has dozens of PDs, biting the bullet and investing in a PoE switch is advisable.

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Understanding the Four Types of Power over Ethernet (PoE)

If you have never heard the term “Power over Ethernet,” you are not alone. This technology is nearly 20 years old and has become progressively more popular within the last ten years. There are many reasons for PoE’s expanding acceptance, especially in commercial and organizational networks. This article aims to explain PoE in a digestible way, emphasizing the four types of PoE.

The Global PoE Market

Because PoE features include control over network devices, cost-effectiveness, efficient monitoring, and flexible network architectures, the use of PoE technology increases every year.

News Channel Nebraska recently reported the global Power over Ethernet market size was $658.5 million in 2020 and is projected to reach $1,117.2 million by 2027.

What is PoE?

Simply put, PoE technology enables network cables to carry electrical power. To explain this, let’s use an IP security camera as an example:

A standard IP camera needs two connections to work correctly:

  1. A network connection that enables the camera to communicate with the video recording and display equipment, and
  2. A power connection that delivers the electricity needed to  run the camera

However, a PoE-enabled IP camera needs only the network connection as it will receive its electrical power from this cable as well.

In other words, PoE technology transmits both data and power over a single Ethernet twisted-pair cable.

How does PoE work?

PoE is pretty simple. Standard CATx Ethernet cable, which consists of four twisted pairs of wires, transmits both data and power to PoE-enabled powered devices (PDs).  There are four different types of Poe: Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, and Type 4. (More about these further on.) Type 1 and Type 2 use two twisted pairs to deliver data, while the remaining two are used to provide power. Type 3 and Type 4 use all four twisted pairs to transmit both power and data.

It is important to note that when the same twisted pairs are used for both power and data transmission, they do not interfere with each other because electricity and data are transported at opposite ends of the frequency spectrum.  For example, electricity has a low frequency of 60 hertz (Hz) or less, while data transmission frequencies range from ten to 100 million Hz.

Poe technology is introduced into a local area network (LAN) via PoE powering sourcing equipment (PSE), such as a PoE switch (endspan) or a PoE injector (midspan). The PSE provides a direct current (DC) voltage over a standard Ethernet cable to a connected PD.

PoE Standards and Types

What is the IEEE?

The IEEE (pronounced “Eye-triple-E”) stands for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and “is the world’s largest technical professional society. It is designed to serve professionals involved in all aspects of the electrical, electronic, and computing fields and related areas of science and technology that underlie modern civilization.” 2

What is IEEE 802.3?

IEEE 802.3 is a group of standards that specify the operational characteristics of Ethernet. While there are many standard variations of IEEE 802.3, this article will discuss those that specifically deal with Power over Ethernet technology. The IEEE has ratified three standards of PoE that describe four different power levels (types), namely: IEEE 802.3af, 802.3at, and 802.3bt.

IEEE 802.3af

The IEEE introduced the original 802.3af PoE standard (simply called PoE or Type 1) in 2003. PoE Type 1 supports a maximum of 15.4 watts (W) on each port on the PSE (usually, a PoE switch). It is important to note that some power is always lost (or dissipated) during the transmission process. As a result, with Type 1 PoE, the PD will receive up to 12.95W. Type 1 supplies enough electricity to power PoE-enabled PDs, such as:

  • IP cameras
  • VoIP phones
  • Wireless Access Points (WAPs)
  • All kinds of meters

IEEE 802.3at

PoE technology needed to advance to support more power-hungry PDs, so in 2009, the IEEE ratified 802.3at (also called PoE+ or Type 2). This second standard increases power output to 30W, with 25.5W to the PD. A feature of 802.3at is that it is backward compatible with 802.3af/Type 1.  Type 2 supports such applications as:

  • Alarm systems
  • Biometric sensors
  • IP phones
  • Motion-tracking cameras
  • PTZ cameras
  • Remote computer terminals

IEEE 802.3bt

Type 3 (PoE++)

IEEE 802.3bt/Type 3 (also known as PoE++) carries up to 60W on each port, supplying a maximum of 51W to the PoE-enabled PD.  This is enough wattage to power devices such as:

  • Door access systems
  • Multi-radio WAPs
  • Thin clients (small computers)
  • Video telephones

Type 4 (Hi-PoE)

Type 4 is called high-powered PoE or Hi-PoE and delivers up to 100W on each port, with 71W to the PD. It is important to note that both Type 3 and Type 4 are backward compatible with Type 1 and Type 2. In addition, Type 4 is backward compatible with Type 3. PoE devices that Hi-PoE powers include:

  • Flat screens
  • LCD/computer monitors
  • LED lighting systems
  • Point-of-sale (POS) systems
  • Some laptops
  • Video displays 

Why Should You Consider PoE Technology for Your Business Network?

PoE technology has become hugely popular over the past ten years—for good reason, as PoE has many benefits to a business or organization.

Saves Cost and Time

PoE technology uses half the cabling of a traditional electrical wiring solution. For example, two cables are required to power Internet of Things (IoT) devices on a standard network: one to supply the electricity and one to transmit the data. As PoE sends both power and data over a single cable, the cost and number of cables are significantly reduced. In addition, PoE minimizes the use and expense of accessories (such as AC power adaptors, etc.). PoE also reduces the time spent on installation as there are fewer cables to run and the PoE devices themselves are plug-and-play. Last, because of PoE’s low wattage, expensive professional electricians are not necessary to install the system.

Flexible Network Design

PoE allows network engineers to design and configure device locations almost anywhere throughout a building without being limited by the number and location of electrical outlets. Unlike other technologies, PoE enables the placement of devices in remote areas with no access to wall outlets. The best example of this is wireless access points and IP cameras which need to be repositioned for better clarity.

Simple, Remote Power Management

Many PoE-enabled managed switches use the simple network management protocol (SNMP), which allows the power supply to be operated and maintained remotely. For instance, the power can be severed quickly and remotely if a security breach occurs to a PoE-enabled access point. SNMP also enables IT professionals to monitor the power supply and consumption levels, making network management simple and efficient.

Reliable and Secure

PoE technology relies on Ethernet, which has been thoroughly understood and vetted for years; therefore, any professional IT team can install and troubleshoot PoE. In addition, it is a wired technology with inherent limited interference and enhanced security features.

Scalable

PoE devices are not tethered to electrical wall outlets; thus, they can be located almost anywhere within the building. Therefore, it is possible to add or change devices within a PoE network with ease.

Safe

There is little chance of getting a shock from a disconnected cable with PoE due to its built-in safety protocol. A PoE-enabled PSE is programmed to experience a handshake with the PD before any electricity is delivered. This differs from standard AC power, which provides a continuous electricity supply whether or not devices are plugged in.

However, with PoE++ and Hi-PoE (60W to 100W), it should be noted that there is a possibility of heat rise if the cables are placed in large bundles. At these higher power levels, high-quality cables should be used and placed in small bundles (or even individually run).

Interoperational

All network topologies (including mesh and ring) can be configured in PoE. In addition, industrial networking tools such as IGMP, VLANs, and RSTP/STP can easily be managed using an advanced PoE switch. Also, if the PDs are not PoE-enabled, they can be converted by using a PoE injector or PoE splitter.

PoE Limitations

While PoE has undeniable advantages, there are a few limitations to be aware of:

Distance

PoE’s most significant restriction is that it has a distance range of 100 meters (approximately 328 feet). While this range works well for smaller environments, it is a concern for larger entities such as business campuses, businesses located on several different floors in a building, shopping malls, hotels, etc. To maintain optimal performance in these larger venues, PoE extenders will need to be utilized.

Legacy Equipment

If older technology is primarily being used in a network, chances are they will not be PoE compatible. Therefore, workarounds such as PoE injectors and PoE splitters will be necessary.

A Single Power Source

PoE technology uses a single power source (such as a PoE switch) to connect multiple PDs. Should any PDs experience failure, all the devices will stop working.

Expensive PoE Switches

PoE switches are relatively expensive. Installing a dedicated electrical line is cheaper but not nearly as flexible. In addition, it may be possible to purchase a less expensive PoE injector to meet the network’s needs.

PoE Products

The typical PoE system consists of two types of equipment: power sourcing equipment (PSE) and powered devices (PDs). Simply put, the PSE supplies the electrical energy via the cable to the PD. We have already given several examples of PoE PDs available on the market. This section will discuss the most common PoE PSE found in a PoE network.

PoE Switch

PoE switches have built-in PoE injection. They come in a variety of designs—from an unmanaged switch with a few ports to sophisticated multiport managed switches. PoE switches also come in industrial versions with hardened casings and high and low-temperature toleration for rugged environments.

PoE Injector

PoE injectors insert PoE technology into Ethernet cables. They power the data from a non-PoE switch and support local area networks (LANs) with both PoE-compliant and non-PoE-compliant PDs.

PoE Extenders

Also called PoE repeaters, PoE extenders are used to expand the transmission distance beyond the 100-meter distance limitation for twisted-pair Ethernet cables. PoE extenders are commonly used in commercial settings such as shopping malls, sporting venues, hotels, etc.

PoE Splitters

PoE splitters are intermediary devices that supply power to non-PoE PDs by splitting the power into a separate input. These devices are commonly used on legacy systems or low-power PDS such as IP cameras. PoE splitters are used to upgrade non-PoE-compliant PDs to PoE.

A Word About Industrial PoE

Industrial-grade PoE products are specifically designed to survive ambient temperatures and harsh environments. They provide several layers of enhanced protection against dust, water, ultraviolet (UV) rays, lighting, and temperature extremes. As a result, they are an excellent choice for traffic control cabinets, factory workshops, outdoor locations, etc. 

Conclusion

Power over Ethernet is a genuinely cost-effective, infinitely adaptable, and easily scalable power solution for any business network. It will serve a company’s business needs in the present and future.

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2E10-110-KIT-A Indoor Ethernet & Power over 2-Wire RX/TX Kit with 1 FE PoE interface

$333.00

The 2E10-110-KIT-A includes one 2E10-110-RX EPoC adapter, one 2E10-110-TX EPoC adapter and one bundled 65W@56VDC power adapter. The EPo2 (Ethernet & Power over 2 wires) kit allows you to connect PoE IP devices such as Intercom/Access Control/Speaker/Touch Screen Station/VoIP/sensor/camera over in-wall 2 wires of doorbell wire, telephone line or 1-pair UTP/STP to Ethernet network. You don’t have to configure anything, and you only need one EPo2 unit at each end of PoE IP device (PD) & Ethernet Switch port.

In addition to reuse 2-wire cable, the EPo2 is designed to extend PoE range & data rates far beyond 100meters/100 Mbps limits even using 2-wire 26AWG cable.

C11-042-30-065 6-Port 10/100 with 4PoE Ports and 2 EXPoE Ports (65W)

$55.00

AETEK’s C11 indoor unmanaged EXPoE switch series, equipped with DIP switch, provides an EX “Extensive” operation mode. The C11 series is specially designed for IP Surveillance application as well as standard 802.3af/at PoE functions. The EX mode delivers extreme distances of camera images and powers a maximum of up to 250m via specific EX ports for long reach PoE IP cameras. The C11 series also features an extra 20% range of input voltage tolerance, lightning surge protection of AC power and PoE surge protection to prevent the damage caused by outside unstable AC power, lightning surge and power spike. These unique features reduce the costs to replace a damaged fault unit.

The C11 series has five sub models consisting of 6, 10, 18, and 26 ports with a range of power budgets from 65W to 380W for IP
surveillance.

Features:

  • 2 of the 4 PoE ports can be adjusted as EX PoE mode
  • Total power budget 65W
  • 15.4W/30W 802.3af/802.3at compliant
  • 4KV PoE surge protection each port
  • 4KV AC surge protection
  • 20% range of input voltage tolerance
  • Circuit protection prevents power interference between ports
  • Detects PoE PD (power device) automatically
  • EX mode OFF reaches PoE camera up to 100m@100Mbps via any port
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3af camera up to 250m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3at camera up to 200m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports

C11-082-32-120 8-Port 10/100 with 8 PoE Ports + 2 EXPoE Ports and 2 GbE Combo Ports (120W)

$152.00

AETEK’s C11 indoor unmanaged EXPoE switch series, equipped with DIP switch, provides an EX “Extensive” operation mode. The C11 series is specially designed for IP Surveillance application as well as standard 802.3af/at PoE functions. The EX mode delivers extreme distances of camera images and powers a maximum of up to 250m via specific EX ports for long reach PoE IP cameras. The C11 series also features an extra 20% range of input voltage tolerance, lightning surge protection of AC power and PoE surge protection to prevent the damage caused by outside unstable AC power, lightning surge and power spike. These unique features reduce the costs to replace a damaged fault unit.

The C11 series has five sub models consisting of 6, 10, 18, and 26 ports with a range of power budgets from 65W to 380W for IP
surveillance.

Features:

  • 15.4W / 802.3af & 30W / 802.3at compliant
  • 6KV PoE surge protection each port
  • 4KV AC surge protection
  • Extra 20% range of input voltage tolerance
  • Circuit protection prevents power interference between ports
  • Detects PoE PD (power device) automatically
  • EX mode OFF reaches PoE camera up to 100m@100Mbps via any PoE port
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3af camera up to 250m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3at camera up to 200m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports

C11-162-31-250 16-Port 10/100 with 8 EXPoE Ports and 2 GbE Combo Ports (250W)

$330.00

AETEK’s C11 indoor unmanaged EXPoE switch series, equipped with DIP switch, provides an EX “Extensive” operation mode. The C11 series is specially designed for IP Surveillance application as well as standard 802.3af/at PoE functions. The EX mode delivers extreme distances of camera images and powers a maximum of up to 250m via specific EX ports for long reach PoE IP cameras. The C11 series also features an extra 20% range of input voltage tolerance, lightning surge protection of AC power and PoE surge protection to prevent the damage caused by outside unstable AC power, lightning surge and power spike. These unique features reduce the costs to replace a damaged fault unit.

The C11 series has five sub models consisting of 6, 10, 18, and 26 ports with a range of power budgets from 65W to 380W for IP
surveillance.

Features:

  • 8 of the 16 PoE ports can be adjusted as EX PoE mode
  • Total Power budget 250W
  • 15.4W/30W 802.3af/802.3at compliant
  • 6KV PoE surge protection each port
  • 4KV AC surge protection
  • 20% range of input voltage tolerance
  • Circuit protection prevents power interference between ports
  • Detects PoE PD (power device) automatically
  • EX mode OFF reaches PoE camera up to 100m@100Mbps via any port
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3af camera up to 250m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports
  • EX mode ON reaches 802.3at camera up to 200m@10Mbps via EXPoE ports

C50-162-30-250 Managed ONVIF GbE Switch with 16 X 30W PoE and 2 SFP Interfaces

$650.00

C50-162-30-250, a basic Layer 2 Smart PoE Switch, is equipped with 16-port Gigabit PoE (10M/100M/1G) and 2-port Gigabit (100M/1G) SFP transceiver slots for flexible link. With total power budget up to 250W, C50-162-30-250 is an optimum framework and solution forPoEIP device such as IP cameras and wireless APs complying ONVIF, UPnP or ARP protocol.

AETEK’s C50 series to ONVIF cameras will not only be a smart L2 PoE Gigabit switch, but also be the centralized IP surveillance controller. The functions of IP surveillance controller incorporate multi-brand ONVIF IP surveillance products including camera, NVR, and video server to configure and manage over a single IP network. The unique benefits by dedicated TAB & GUI generate IP surveillance topology automatically once ONIF cameras are connected to C50 smart L2 PoE switch.

Installers can easily catch comprehensive individual ONVIF camera information including camera list, IP/MAC address, topology, power consumption, and traffic monitoring via web browser. Furthermore, an intuitive web GUI leads installer to group VLAN across switches, reboot camera, and diagnose cable via graphic topology. C50 series is the innovative SmartL2 PoE switch that brings the ONVIF cameras to benefit of simplified management, reduced complexity, lowered cost for IP surveillance deployments.

C50-242-30-370 Managed ONVIF GbE Switch with 24 X 30W PoE and 2 SFP Interfaces

$808.00

C50-242-30-370, a basic Layer 2 Smart PoE Switch, is equipped with 24-port Gigabit PoE (10M/100M/1G) and 2-port Gigabit (100M/1G) SFP transceiver slots for flexible link. With total power budget up to 370W, C50-242-30-370 is an optimum framework and solution forPoEIP device such as IP cameras and wireless APs complying ONVIF, UPnP or ARP protocol.

AETEK’s C50 series to ONVIF cameras will not only be a smart L2 PoEGigabit switch, but also be the centralized IP surveillance controller. The functions of IP surveillance controller incorporate multi-brand ONVIF IP surveillance products including camera, NVR, and video server to configure and manage over a single IP network. The unique benefits by dedicated TAB & GUI generate IP surveillance topology automatically once ONIF cameras are connected to C50 smart L2 PoE switch.

Installers can easily catch comprehensive individual ONVIF camera information including camera list, IP/MAC address, topology, power consumption, and traffic monitoring via web browser. Furthermore, an intuitive web GUI leads installer to group VLAN across switches, reboot camera, and diagnose cable via graphic topology. C50 series is the innovative SmartL2 PoE switch that brings the ONVIF cameras to benefit of simplified management, reduced complexity, lowered cost for IP surveillance deployments.

C51-164-30-250 Managed 16-Port 10/100/1000 PoE Switch with 2 GbE and 2 SFP Ports (250W)

$418.00

The C51 series from AETEK offers a broad range of L2 Smart PoE Switches, equipped with multi-port Gigabit PoE (10M/100M/1G) and SFP transceiver (1G) slots for flexible link. The C51 series has three sub-models including 8 ports, 16 ports, and 24 ports complying with IEEE 802.3af/at standards with sufficient PoE power budget for any application.

Features:

  • Layer 2 Switch
  • 802.1d (STP), 802.1w (RSTP), 802.1s (MSTP)
  • Loop protection
  • LACP
  • QoS
  • VLAN
  • Ethernet cable length measurement
  • DHCP Server
  • Flexible SFP transceiver ports for uplink
  • 15.4W/30W per port IEEE802.3af/at compliant
  • Supports 10/100/1000Mbps data rates
  • Support Auto-MDI/MDIX
  • Built-in 12KV surge protection for each PoE port
  • IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green power
  • 19″ Rackmount installation

C51-244-30-370 Managed 24-Port 10/100/1000 PoE Switch with 2 GbE and 2 SFP Ports (370W)

$565.00

The C51 series from AETEK offers a broad range of L2 Smart PoE Switches, equipped with multi-port Gigabit PoE (10M/100M/1G) and SFP transceiver (1G) slots for flexible link. The C51 series has three sub-models including 8 ports, 16 ports, and 24 ports complying with IEEE 802.3af/at standards with sufficient PoE power budget for any application.

Features:

  • Layer 2 Switch
  • 802.1d (STP), 802.1w (RSTP), 802.1s (MSTP)
  • Loop protection
  • LACP
  • QoS
  • VLAN
  • Ethernet cable length measurement
  • DHCP Server
  • Flexible SFP transceiver ports for uplink
  • 15.4W/30W per port IEEE802.3af/at compliant
  • Supports 10/100/1000Mbps data rates
  • Support Auto-MDI/MDIX
  • Built-in 12KV surge protection for each PoE port
  • IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green power
  • 19″ Rackmount installation

E19-101 1-port Indoor 30/60/95W PoE Extender

$91.50

The E19 series, a small form factor, is an ideal for indoor environments where two units of E19 series can be daisy-chain to prolong range of PoE devices such as PoE cameras, wireless APs reaching up to 300m from end to end or up to 500m by star topology. No power adapter required, E19 PoE extender is powered by PoE injector, middle-span Hub, or PoE switch over one networking cable extending Ethernet range depending on PD’s power consumption and PSE’s power budget per port.

E19-102 2-port Indoor 30/60/95 W PoE Extender

$104.50

The E19 series, a small form factor, is an ideal for indoor environments where two units of E19 series can be daisy-chain to prolong range of PoE devices such as PoE cameras, wireless APs reaching up to 300m from end to end or up to 500m by star topology.No power adapter required, E19 PoE extender is powered by PoE injector, middle-span Hub, or PoE switch over one networking cable extending Ethernet range depending on PD’s power consumption and PSE’s power budget per port.

E29-102 2-port Outdoor 30/60/95W PoE Extender

$125.25

The E29 series is IP67-rated & harden-graded PoE Extender, operating temperature from -40°C~60°C. It’s ideal for harsh outdoor environment where two units of E29 can be daisy-chain to prolong range of PoE devices such as PoE cameras, wireless APs reaching up to 300m from end to end or up to 500m by star topology.No power adapter required, E29 PoE Extender is powered by PoE Injector, Middle-Span Hub, or PoE switch over one networking cable extending Ethernet range depending on PD’s power consumption and PSE’s power budget per port.

E59-102 Indoor 30W/60W/95W PoE bt GbE Extender

$115.00

The E59-102 is Gigabit PoE Extender is an ideal for indoor environments where two units of E59-102 can be daisy-chain to prolong range of PoE devices such as PoE cameras, wireless APs reaching up to 500m from end to end. No power adapter required, E59-102 Gigabit PoE extender is powered by Bt/UPoE injector, middle-span Hub, or PoE switch over one networking cable extending Ethernet range depending on PD’s power consumption and PSE’s power budget per port.

The E59-102 is built-in voltage booster guarantees stable voltage output for your high powered PoE devices.

E59-602 Indoor 30W/60W/95W PoE bt GbE Extender Plus

$252.00

The E59-602 is Gigabit PoE Extender is an ideal for indoor environments where two units of E59-602 can be daisy-chain to prolong range of PoE devices such as PoE cameras, wireless APs reaching up to 500m from end to end. No power adapter required, E59-602 Gigabit PoE extender is powered by Bt/UPoE injector, middle-span Hub, or PoE switch over one networking cable extending Ethernet range depending on PD’s power consumption and PSE’s power budget per port.

The E59-602 is built-in voltage booster guarantees stable voltage output for your high powered PoE devices.

E69-102 Outdoor 30W/60W/95W PoE bt GbE Extender

$138.00

The E69-102 is IP67-rated & harden-graded Gigabit PoE Extender, operating temperature from -40°C~65°C. It’s ideal for harsh outdoor environment where two units of E69-102 can be daisy-chain to prolong range of PoE devices such as PoE cameras, wireless APs reaching up to 500m from end to end. No power adapter required, E69-102 Gigabit PoE Extender is powered by Bt/UPoE Injector, Middle-Span Hub, or PoE switch over one networking cable extending Ethernet range depending on PD’s power consumption and PSE’s power budget per port.

The E69-102 has a built-in voltage booster that guarantees stable voltage output for your high powered PoE devices.

E69-602 Outdoor 30W/60W/95W PoE bt GbE Extender Plus

$289.00

The E69-602 is IP67-rated & harden-graded Gigabit PoE Extender, operating temperature from -40°~65°C. It’s ideal for harsh outdoor environment where two units of E69-602 can be daisy-chain to prolong range of PoE devices such as PoE cameras, wireless APs reaching up to 500m from end to end. No power adapter required, E69-602 Gigabit PoE Extender is powered by 802.3bt/UPoE Injector, Middle-Span Hub, or PoE switch over one networking cable extending Ethernet range depending on PD’s power consumption and PSE’s power budget per port.

The E69-602 is built-in voltage booster guarantees stable voltage output for your high powered PoE devices.

H36-044-90 Industrial Gigabit 30W/60W/95W PoE Switch W/ 12~56VDC Input

$578.00

The H36-044-90 is an Industrial Gigabit PoE Switch that is designed with IP30, 12KV PoE Ethernet port surge protection, and operation temperature between -40°C and 75°C during harsh weather conditions. They enable indoor connections of PoE PDs to the network such as outdoor IP cameras, wireless APs, and other industrial applications. The H36-044-90 provide 4-port Gigabit 95W PoE with 2 port Gigabit RJ45 and 2 port Gigabit SFP transceiver slots for flexible uplink.

The H36-044-90 as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and provide power up to 95W per port.

H40-044-30-150 Unmanaged Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 30W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP interfaces

$625.00

The H40-044-30-150 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the outdoor environment and offers four of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 30-watt 802.3at. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit copper ports and another 2 extra SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 150 watts, the H40-044-30-150 meets the demand of PoE power for any HD IP surveillance applications. It enables the outdoor connection of PoE power devices (PDs) to the network, including outdoor PoE IP cameras, PoE wireless access points (APs), and other industrial applications.

The H40 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports IP67, 6KV surge protection for each Ethernet port, 40KV surge protection in AC power, and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 65 °C.

The H40 series has three sub-models, each classified as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and providing power of up to 30W or 60W per port.

H40-044-60-250 Unmanaged Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 60W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP interfaces

$875.00

The H40-044-60-250 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the outdoor environment and offers four of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 60-watt UPoE. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit copper ports and another 2 extra SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 250 watts, the H40-044-60-250 meets the demand of high-power PoE for IP surveillance applications such as outdoor PTZ Speed Dome camera, License Plate Recognition(LPR) camera with high- power illuminator, and outdoor camera supporting cold start function.

The H40 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports IP67, 6KV surge protection for each Ethernet port, 40KV surge protection in AC power, and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 65°C.

The H40 series has three sub-models, each classified as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and providing power of up to 30W or 60W per port.

H40-044-90-250 Unmanaged Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 95W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP interfaces

$875.00

The H40-044-90-250 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the outdoor environment and offers four of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 95-watt PoE. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit copper ports and another 2 extra SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 250 watts, the H40-044-90-250 meets the demand of PoE power for any HD IP surveillance applications. It enables the outdoor connection of PoE power devices (PDs) to the network, including outdoor PoE IP cameras, PoE wireless access points (APs), and other industrial applications.

The H40 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports IP67, 12KV surge protection for each Ethernet port, 40KV surge protection in AC power, and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 65°C.

The H40 series has three sub-models, each classified as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and providing power of up to 30W or 60W per port.

H40-082-30-250 Unmanaged Industrial Outdoor PoE Switch with 8 x 30W PoE and 2 SFP interfaces

$750.00

The H40-082-30-250 is a Gigabit PoE solution for the outdoor environment and offers eight of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports featuring 30-watt 802.3at. Further empowering the units are 2 additional Gigabit SFP fiber slots for uplink.

With a total PoE power budget up to 250 watts, the H40-082-30-250 meets the demand of PoE power for any HD IP surveillance applications. It enables the outdoor connection of PoE power devices(PDs) to the network, including outdoor PoE IP cameras, PoE wireless access points (APs), and other industrial applications.

The H40 series of Industrial Unmanaged PoE Switches supports IP67, 6KV surge protection for each Ethernet port, 40KV surge protection in AC power, and harden-graded construction to ensure operation in harsh weather conditions ranging from -40°C to 65 °C.

The H40 series has three sub-models, each classified as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and providing power of up to 30W or 60W per port.

H42-042-30-075 Unmanaged Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 30W PoE + 1 selectable 24/56VDC PoE and 1 SFP interface

$375.00

The H42-042-30-075 is Industrial Gigabit Adjustable PoE Switch designed with IP67 & IK10, 6KV PoE Ethernet port surge protection, 10KV surge protection in AC power, and operation temperature between -40°C and 65°C during harsh weather conditions. They enable outdoor connections of PoE PDs to the network such as outdoor IP cameras, wireless APs, and other industrial applications. The H42-042-40-075 provides 4 ports Gigabit PoE with 1 port Gigabit adjustable 24VDC or 56VDC PoE as well as additional SFP transceiver slots for flexible uplink.

The H42-042-30-075 as easy-to-install power source equipment (PSE) and provide power up to 30W per port.

H70-044-60 Managed Industrial IP30 PoE Switch With 4 X 60W PoE + 2 RJ45 And 2 SFP Interfaces

$996.00

The H70-044-60 Switch, a 4-Port 60W UPoE + 2-port RJ45 + 2-port SFP Industrial L2 plus Gigabit switch is designed with 6KV Ethernet port surge protection and industrial grade standard to operate between -40°C and 75°C for harsh weather conditions. They enable outdoor connections of PoE PDs to the network such as outdoor IP cameras, wireless APs, and other outdoor industrial applications.

Besides Layer 2 plus managed PoE Gigabit switch features, H70-044-60 is also an IP camera controller to be easy overview & management for IP cameras complying with ONVIF even installers are not familiar with advanced features of Layer 2 plus managed PoE switch. A centralized GUI (Graphic User Interface) makes it easy to find ONVIF cameras and generate topology automatically once IP cameras are connected to H70-044-60.

Besides general functions of L2 plus & basic L3 switch such as static route, QoS, security, spanning tree, cable length measurement, and SNMP v1/v2c/v3, a dedicated web graphic user interface of IP surveillance is easy to configure and manage IP device. It automatically generates network topology maps enabling VLAN group, cable diagnostic, and PoE management.

H80-044-30-150 Managed Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 30W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP interfaces

$1,180.00

The H80-044-30-150 PoECam Switch, a 4-Port 30W PoE + 2-port RJ45 + 2-port SFP L2 plus Gigabit switch, is designed with IP67, 6KV PoE Ethernet surge protection, and 40KV surge protection in power. It enables connection for outdoor PoE PDs such as IP Cameras & wireless APs to operate between -40℃ ~ 65℃ during harsh weather conditions.

Besides Layer 2 plus managed PoE Gigabit switch features, H80-044-30-150 is also an IP camera controller to be easy overview & management for IP cameras complying with ONVIF even installers are not familiar with advanced features of Layer 2 plus managed PoE switch. A centralized GUI (Graphic User Interface) makes it easy to find ONVIF cameras and generate topology automatically once IP cameras are connected to H80-044-30-150.

In addition, installers can easily catch comprehensive individual ONVIF camera information including camera list, IP/MAC address, topology, power consumption, PoE, and traffic monitoring thru Web browser. Furthermore, an intuitive web GUI leads installer to group VLAN across switches, diagnose cable, and reboot camera thru graphic topology. H80-044-30-150 bringing the ONVIF cameras benefit of simplified management, reduced complexity, lower cost for IP surveillance deployments.

C70 series, a Master PoECam L2 plus managed switch, must be installed within indoor control center in order to optimize comprehensive H80-044-30-150 features.

H80-044-60-250 Managed Industrial Outdoor Gigabit PoE Switch with 4 x 60W PoE + 2 RJ45 and 2 SFP interface

$1,348.00

The H80-044-60-250 PoECam Switch, a 4-Port 60W PoE + 2-port RJ45 + 2-port SFP L2 plus Gigabit switch, is designed with IP67, 6KV PoE Ethernet surge protection, and 40KV surge protection in power. It enables connection for outdoor PoE PDs such as IP Cameras & wireless APs to operate between-40℃ ~ 60℃ during harsh weather conditions.

Besides Layer 2 plus managed PoE Gigabit switch features, H80-044-60-250 is also an IP camera controller to be easy overview & management for IP cameras complying with ONVIF even installers are not familiar with advanced features of Layer 2 plus managed PoE switch. A centralized GUI (Graphic User Interface) makes it easy to find ONVIF cameras and generate topology automatically once IP cameras are connected to H80-044-60-250.

In addition, installers can easily catch comprehensive individual ONVIF camera information including camera list, IP/MAC address, topology, power consumption, PoE, and traffic monitoring thru Web browser. Furthermore, an intuitive web GUI leads installer to group VLAN across switches, diagnose cable, and reboot camera thru graphic topology. H80-044-60-250 bringing the ONVIF cameras benefit of simplified management, reduced complexity, lower cost for IP surveillance deployments.

C70 series, a Master PoECam L2 plus managed switch, must be installed within indoor control center in order to optimize comprehensive H80-044-60-250 features.

I36-100 Ultra PoE 60W Injector

$112.50

AETEK provides a full range of UPoE injectors to power variety of PDs and pass data over network cables remotely.Indoor/ outdoor UPoE 60W / 95W middle-span PoE injector are available for specific PDs requiring high power consumption, such as IP speed dome cameras, PoE cameras or PoE camera housing equipped with blower, heater, illuminator and wiper.

I39-100 Ultra PoE 95W injector

$137.50

AETEK provides a full range of UPoE injectors to power variety of PDs and pass data over network cables remotely.Indoor/ outdoor UPoE 60W / 95W middle-span PoE injector are available for specific PDs requiring high power consumption, such as IP speed dome cameras, PoE cameras or PoE camera housing equipped with blower, heater,illuminator and wiper.

I39-200 Gigabit PoE 95W Injector

$165.00

AETEK provides a full range of 95W PoH PoE injectors to power variety of PDs and pass data over network cables remotely. Indoor 95W PoH PoE middle-span PoE injector are available for specific PDs requiring high power consumption, such as IP speed dome cameras, PoE cameras or PoE camera housing equipped with blower, heater, illuminator and wiper.

Features:

  • Provide 95W PoH PoE Power Feeding on 4-pairs
  • 6KV PoE surge protection
  • AC power surge protection
  • Remote power feeding up to 100m
  • IEEE 802.3at compliant
  • Automatic detection and protection of non–standard Ethernet terminals
  • Supports 10/100/1000Base-T LAN environment
  • Safe and reliable power to PoE cameras or WLAN access points
  • Plug-and-Play installation

I46-200 Outdoor Ultra PoE 60W Injector

$330.00

AETEK provides a full range of PoH PoE 60W injectors to power variety of PDs over single network cable remotely. Besides general PoE switches, Indoor/ outdoor 60W PoH PoE models also are available for specific PDs with high power consumption, such as: IP speed dome cameras, PoE cameras or enclosures equipped with blower, heater, illuminator and wiper.

I49-100 Outdoor Ultra PoE 95W Injector

$275.00

AETEK provides a full range of UPoE injectors to power variety of PDs over single network cable remotely. Besides general PoE switches, indoor/ outdoor Ultra PoE 60W / 95W PoE models also are available for specific PDs with high power consumption, such as: IP speed dome cameras, PoE cameras or enclosures equipped with blower,heater, illIuminator and wiper.

I49-200 Outdoor Gigabit 95W PoE Injector

$358.00

AETEK provides a full range of 95W PoH PoE injectors to power variety of PDs and pass data over network cables remotely. outdoor 95W PoH PoE middle-span PoE injector are available for specific PDs requiring high power consumption, such as IP speed dome cameras, PoE cameras or PoE camera housing equipped with blower, heater, illuminator and wiper.

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