1-Port Gigabit Capable Industrial PoE+ Power Injector

 

The Signamax 1-Port Gigabit Capable Industrial PoE+ Power Injector is designed to be a compact and cost effective full IEEE 802.3at (30 watts) and IEEE 802.3af (15.4 watts) compliant solution for network cameras, outdoor and indoor wireless access points, and other IP terminal installations. The injector operates at an extended temperature range from -40° F to 167° F.

Unlike many competing products, the Signamax industrial power injector supports a 10/100/1000BaseT/TX RJ45 connection utilizing phantom power over RJ45 pins 1.2, 3, and 6 in a compact package. This rugged, compact, and cost-effective PoE+ power injector is the easy answer for individual PoE or PoE+ deployments where PoE switches are not appropriate.

 

 

  • Supports PoE+ (30 watt) Power Source Equipment (PSE)
  • Rugged housing with extensive operating temperature range
  • DIN-Rail & Wall Mountable installation options
  • Auto-detection of PD and power consumption levels
  • LED indicators showing data & PoE activity

 

 

  • APPLICABLE STANDARDS

IEEE 802.3 10BaseT, 100BaseTX, 1000BaseT
IEEE 802.3af PoE (15.4 watts)
IEEE 802.3at PoE+ (30 watts)

  • PORTS

1 – RJ-45 10/100/1000BaseT/TX inbound data port, plus
1 – RJ-45 10/100/1000BaseT/TX outbound data plus power port

  • ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS:

DC Input Power: 48 V DC Connected via Redundant Terminal Block
Output Power: 46 V DC to 57 V DC; 30 Watts
Pin Assignment and Polarity: 1 & 2 (+); 3 & 6 (-)

  • ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

Operating Temperature: -40°F to 167°F (-40°C to 75°C)
Storage Temperature: -40°F to 185°F (-40°C to 85°C)
Operating Humidity: 5% to 95% (non-condensing)

  • PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Dimensions: 3.74” W x 1.57” H x 1.18” D (95 mm x 40 mm x 30 mm)
Housing: IP30 protection, metal case
Weight: 0.55 lb (249.5 g)

  • WARRANTY

Five Years

 

 

Download Specifications (PDF 276 Kb) Revised 03.31.2017

 

 

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065-18POEINJZ1-Port 10/100/1000BaseT/TX PoE+ Industrial Power Injector

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