Conventional network cameras require a power cable for power supply and an Ethernet cable for data transmission.
PoE (Power-over-Ethernet), developed by the IEEE802.3af task force, enables power to be supplied over the same Ethernet cable, and thus eliminates the use of power cables.
By connecting a PoE-supported camera to a PoE switch, you need not deploy additional power cables.
A PoE switch can provide 48 volts of direct current over two out of four pairs on an Ethernet cable, with maximum current of 400mA and maximum output power of 15.4W.
IEEE has developed a new IEEE 802.3at standard, known as PoE+ to provide maximum output power of 30W.
|Package: W160 x L267 x H45 (mm)|
Input: AC 90V – AC 264V
|Output: DC 48V, 350mA|
|Efficiency: 70 % Min|
|Operating Temperature: -0 ~ + 60℃|
|Dimension: W76 x L85 x H33 (mm)|
Model name P/N No. Description
PoE-Kit, 12V, (Injector + Splitter),
Yes VS2403/VS2101, VS3102/IP2112, IP2122/IP3112, IP3122/IP3132, IP61x2, IP61x7, PZ61x2, PZ61x4, PT31x2, PT31x7, PT7135/PT7137, FD61x1V, FD61x2V