This Gigabit Power over Ethernet (PoE+) injector supplies power and data connectivity to a Gigabit PoE-compliant device using standard Ethernet cable, at distances of up to 100 m (330 ft.).
The PoE midspan is a cost-effective alternative to upgrading your existing network switch to a PoE-capable model.
Convenience and cost savings
This versatile PoE injector lets you connect a PoE-powered device (PD) to a non-PoE network switch, so you can avoid the expense and aggravation of replacing your existing switch with a PoE-enabled model. It supplies up to 30 watts of power, so you can easily power and access a high-power PoE-compliant device, such as an IP camera or a wireless access point (WAP), using traditional copper (RJ45) Ethernet cable. The midspan injector makes it easy to extend data and power connectivity to your PoE+ device across long distances, even in a remote location where a typical power outlet isn't available.
Easy to set up in mixed environments
You can integrate this compact injector discreetly into a variety of environments. It features a surface-mountable housing that's perfect for installing on walls or under a desk, but it's also palm-sized, for use on desktop surfaces.
Plus, with plug-and-play operation, you can enjoy fast and hassle-free setup without disrupting your workflow.
Intelligent power allocation
Not sure which class your PoE device is? The Gigabit PoE+ injector automatically detects the power requirements of your connected PoE PD, and delivers the appropriate level of power without damaging your device.
The POEINJ1G is backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
More from the Manufacturer
- Provides one PoE+ (PSE, power and data) 10/100/1000Mbps compliant RJ45 port - 802.3at and 802.3af
- Fast, plug-and-play setup and operation, with no configuration required
- Save money by using your existing Cat5 or better Ethernet cable
- Flexible setup, with a desktop-sized, or surface-mountable housing
- Supplies up to 30-watts power output
- Easily connect, power, and operate a Gigabit PoE-powered device (PD)