Gigabit High-Power PoE+ Extender Repeater, IEEE 802.3at/af Power over Ethernet (PoE+/PoE), metal
Intellinet 560962, Gigabit Ethernet, 10,100,1000 Mbit/s, IEEE 802.3,IEEE 802.3ab,IEEE 802.3af,IEEE 802.3at,IEEE 802.3u, Cat5e, 500 m, Zwart
Extend the range of a PoE connection!
The Intellinet Network Solutions 1-Port Gigabit High-Power PoE+ Extender Repeater, Model 560962, is designed to extend connection distances from a PoE source to an output device another 100 m (328 ft.) via Cat5e or Cat6 cable. You can cover even longer distances by cascading these extenders on a network. The PoE+ extender does not need any additional power supply, as it draws the power it needs from the PoE input.
Simply connect the "PoE In" port with your PoE injector or PoE switch, and connect the "PoE Out" with the PoE device that you wish to connect; e.g., a VoIP phone or a PoE network camera. That's it. There is nothing to configure. It simply could not be any easier.
Reduce Wiring Costs
No need to run AC power lines for your wireless access point, network camera or IP phone. Simply connect the PoE Extender to the LAN switch port and use the existing Cat5 cabling to deliver DC power as well as transfer data.
Power over Ethernet 802.3at Compliant
The Intellinet Network Solutions 1-Port Gigabit High-Power PoE+ Extender Repeater supports the IEEE 802.3at protocol and is designed to forward data at Gigabit speeds and up to 30 watts of input power to a connected IEEE 802.3af- or IEEE 802.3at-compliant device. The cable length on both ends can be up to 100 meters (328 ft.), bringing the total distance to 200 m (656 ft.).
You can daisy-chain multiple of the PoE extenders to increase the transmission distance even further. For each PoE extender added, you lose about 4 watts of usable PD power, but if you start with a PoE injector that outputs 30 watts of IEEE 802.3at power - for example, the Intellinet Network Solutions PoE injector (Model 560566) - then you still have 8.6 watts for your PoE device, 5 PoE extenders down the line and 600 meters (1968 ft.) away.