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Industrial Power over Ethernet PoE Splitter

Industrial Power over Ethernet PoE Splitter

Sixnet’s space saving Industrial Power over Ethernet PoE Splitter EB-PD-24V-1 industrial PoE splitters give you all the benefits of Power over Ethernet (PoE) without needing to upgrade your existing non-PoE Ethernet devices”

Industrial Connectivity Product Highlights
  • One IEEE 802.3af compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) port
  • One Ethernet output port where the 48 VDC has been removed
  • Plug and play saves you time and money
  • Industrial rated for any application

Overview

Industrial Power over Ethernet PoE Splitter Overview

Sixnet’s space saving Industrial Power over Ethernet PoE Splitter EB-PD-24V-1 industrial PoE splitters give you all the benefits of Power over Ethernet (PoE) without needing to upgrade your existing non-PoE Ethernet devices. These splitters generate isolated 24 VDC power for your non-PoE or even non-Ethernet devices. Think of this Industrial Power over Ethernet PoE Splitter as an industrial 24 VDC power supply that is powered by your incoming PoE cable. The Ethernet output can be connected to any traditional (non-PoE) Ethernet device. These industrial splitters are ultra-rugged, reliable and easy to use.

Industrial Connectivity Product Highlights
  • One IEEE 802.3af compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) port
  • One Ethernet output port where the 48 VDC has been removed
  • Plug and play saves you time and money
  • Industrial rated for any application

Features

Features

IEEE 802.3af Compliant PoE Input Port

  • Powered Device (PD) operation
  • Accepts power over signal or unused pairs
  • Supports power detection & classification

Isolated Power

  • 24 VDC power output (12/14V also available)
  • 13 watts of power available

Plug & Play Simplicity

  • No user settings
  • Ready to use right out of the box

Industrial Tough

  • Truly industrial -40 to 75°C operation
  • DIN-rail or direct panel mounting

Specs

Specification

Ethernet Performance

  • General Industrial PoE Splitter
  • Ethernet protocols supported All IEEE 802.3
  • Ethernet ports 2 (1 for PoE in, 1 for Ethernet out)
  • Ethernet port standards 10/100BaseTX IEEE 802.3/802.3u

PoE Input

  • Fully IEEE 802.3af PoE compliant
  • IEEE 802.3af PoE operation Powered Device (PD)
  • PoE Power input range 45-56 VDC
  • PoE power input automatic detection and classification (power is accepted on either the signal or unused pairs)
  • PoE protection over/under voltage lockout and inrush control
  • PoE transient protection 15,000 watts peak
  • PoE spike protection 5,000 watts (10 times for 10 uS)

Power Output

  • Voltage output 24 VDC, 0.54 Amps (24V model)
  • 14 VDC, 0.93 Amps (UPS model)
  • Power output 13 watts

Environmental

  • Operating temperature range -40 to 75 °C (cold startup @ -40)
  • Storage temperature range -40 to 85 °C
  • Humidity (non-condensing) 5 to 95% RH
  • Vibration, shock and freefall IEC68-2-6, -27 and -32
  • Electrical safety UL508/CSA C22.2/14 (CUL); EN61010-1
  • EMC emissions and immunity FCC Part 15/ICES-003; EN55022/IEC61326-1
  • Hazardous locations UL1604/CSA C22.2/213 (CUL),C1, D2; ATEX/Cenelec Zone 2

Mechanical

  • DIN-rail or direct to panel mounting
  • Packaging material and protection Polycarbonate with IP30 protection
  • Dimensions (H x W x D) 4 x 1 x 3.3” (10 x 2.5 x 8.3 cm)
  • Weight approximate 0.17 Kg (0.25 lbs)
  • MTBF estimated >1,000,000 hours

Order Guide

Order Guide

Part NumberDescription
EB-PD-24V-1Industrial PoE splitter to power non-PoE or non-Ethernet 24 VDC devices
EB-PD-UPS-1Industrial PoE splitter for non-PoE 12/14 VDC devices and/or to charge a 12 VDC battery for UPS backup (special order)

For more information

    Contact Network specialists Ring UK today for professional advice about which system you should go for. We will assess your requirements and research and explain all the options available to you to help you or your client choose a perfect product that meets your needs.

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