POE enables the CAT5 cable to deliver power to operate the Actatek or IP Reader device as well as delivering a 12V DC at max @400mA(*ACTAtek device supports) for the door strike.
The PoE product includes two units: an Injector and a Splitter. An Injector inserts current into the unused wires in a standard network cable (pins: 4, 5, 7 and 8) allowing the cable between the Injector and the Splitter to transfer power and network signals simultaneously. The maximum distance between the Injector and Splitter can reach 100m/328ft, as defined by the IEEE 802.3 standard.(See the Solution Options.)
By eliminating the need for power cords, PoE has following benefits:
The cost of deploying PoE is much lower than a traditional electrical circuit.
Ease of network planning
The system designer has more flexibility to locate network devices. Independence from power outlets makes it easier to relocate devices or obtain the best performance, e,g: fine-tuning the RF coverage of an AP.
Steady Wireless LAN connectivity
PoE allows a Wireless Access Point to be placed close to the antenna, thus avoiding signal loss over antenna cable.
Provides low-voltage DC power over existing RJ-45 cabling to a device with an Ethernet port
Distance up to 100 meters
Protects devices from possible damages due to power-surges
Work with EIA568, category 5, 4-pair cables for 10Base-T or 100Base-TX
Category 5 pin power usage
-: Pin 4, 5 +:Pin 7, 8
Output voltage, current
POE-100S-12V: DC 12V, 1A
Ethernet data rate
Number of devices that can be powered
Ethernet data cable
TIA/EIA-568, Category 5/5e cable
Dimensions (W x D x H)
64.5 x 42.3 x 20.4 mm
FCC class B, CE-mark
PoE Package List including:
1.AC-DC Adapter (15V OUTPUT,1A) x 1 connect to Injector 2.Injector x 1 3.Splitter x 1 4.Different size of Power Cable x 3 support connecting to ACTAtek 6.RJ-45 x 1 7.User Manual