Power over Ethernet (PoE) enables the delivery of ethernet data and power simultaneously over a single Cat5 or Cat6 network cable. POE technology makes the network devices deployment much easier and eliminate the requirement of electrical regulations. Therefore, more and more devices are becoming IP based and PoE Powered.
One of main limitations of PoE is the 100 meters (328 feet) transmission distance between PSE (Power sourcing equipment) and PD (Powered Devices), regardless of the PoE power. Now this limitation can be broken by PoE Extenders.
Linovision PoE Extenders feature plug-n-play operation and two extension ports.
Three main benefits of using Linovision two ports PoE Extenders:
• Extend Distance
Each Linovision PoE Extender can extend another 100 meters of PoE transmission. And it supports cascade deployment. For example, it will support 400 meters of PoE transmission when using 3 levels of cascade deployment.
• Extra PoE Ports
This is pretty useful when there are more than one PoE device in a location, this eliminates the expense to run another ethernet cable. More PoE ports will be available when using cascade deployment.
There is no configuration is required and no power supply is required at the device side.
1. Using POE-Extender02 to provide power to two IEE802.3af PoE IP Cameras
3. Cascae deployment
4. PoE Extend & Split to Two PoE/ non-PoE DC12V Devices
|Ethernet Port||1*10/100 Base-T PoE power receiving port
1*10/100 Base-T PoE power supply port, supply power for the next extender
1*10/100 Base-T PoE power supply port, supply power for IPC
|Transmission Distance||Cooperate with POE-Injector60W, able to cascade level two extender, connect to 3 IPC (level one extender connects to 1 IPC, the OUT port of level two extender and CAMERA port connect to 1 IPC respectively, total power consumption <=25W), transmission distance is 300m|
Ordered two units, one was DOA. Other one works to power two ip cameras, but after a day both went offline. Had to reset Poe switch. Went offline again a day later.
I needed to add a second POE camera in a location where I already had one. I really didn't want to run another Ethernet cable, so I purchased this to run both POE cameras off the one cable and it works! I was so happy that the POE could power this switch along with both cameras. Not only that, but there is about 150-200' of CAT5e cable between the primary POE switch and this switch - and it still works! Couldn't be happier.
My POE switch has only one port available and total power wise its running 50% below max. Tested it with two Hikvision fixed lens cameras that pulled about 5 watts each. Power cycled, about six separate times, the POE LAN port that is connected to the IN on this unit (PoE Extender02), every time the NVR system reconnected both cameras without a problem. Didn't try to replicate rookie mistakes of running at max spec for this unit as it always is safe and saves time to run under specs, why? cause functionality is always the premium.
I am using it with Lorex NVR and it works great. One cam is using the port and one the IP.
My WAP says it's not getting 802.3at power through this device. If I bypass this splitter, it works great.