10-15V In, 56V 35W GigE 802.3af/at PoE

10-15V In, 56V 35W GigE 802.3af/at PoE

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Your Price: $72.95
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Part Number:TP-DCDC-1248GD-HP
  • • 56V 35W 802.3at Gigabit PoE Inserter
  • • 10-15VDC Wire Terminal Input
  • • For vehicle and other battery systems
  • • Shielded and Surge Protected
  • • Low Voltage Disconnect
  • SPEC SHEETS
  • USER GUIDE
Features
• Input Voltage 12VDC or 24VDC or 48VDC
• IEEE 802.3af/at Compliant or Passive PoE Output
• Dual Inputs for Connecting 2 Power Sources
• Integrated 10/100/1000MB PoE Inserter
• High Power up to 50W
• Low Self Consumption Power
• Short Circuit, Over Current and Reverse/Over Voltage Protect
• High Temperature Operation
• Compact Size – Maximize Available Space

Applications
• 12V / 24V / 48V Battery Systems, Vehicle Applications
• Wireless Access Points and Client Devices
• IP Phone and Security Camera Systems

The TP-DCDC Gigabit Series of DC to DC converters offered by Tycon Power Systems are a low cost and high efficiency solution for those requiring IEEE802.3af and IEEE802.3at or Passive Power over Ethernet from a 12VDC or 24VDC or 48VDC voltage source like a battery system or vehicle. They have an integrated POE injector to apply the power and data output to the CAT5 Ethernet cable. The output voltage is regulated and protected. They have two isolated inputs for connecting 2 power sources, like a primary and backup power source. A metal enclosure model is available for industrial applications.

They accept gigabit data-in to a shielded RJ45 Jack and provide gigabit data-out and PoE power on the shielded RJ45 output jack. They work by supplying power on Ethernet pins 4,5(V+) and 7,8(V-). They have various protections for surge, short circuit and overload. The units have power outputs up to 50W.

Dimensions: 85 x 76 x 36mm (3.4 x 3 x 1.4in)
Weight: 134g (4.7oz)
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Items were delivered quick and in a secure package. Thanks
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Reviewed by:  from Tampa. on 2/1/2018
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Great POE
I've used several of these on projects. They put out the correct power and have worked well so far.
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Reviewed by:  from West Palm Beach. on 5/8/2017
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