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POE-AT1B 12v PoE Splitter, IEEE 802.3at / 802.3af, Gigabit Ethernet
12V PoE Splitter

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12V PoE Splitter

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Product Code: POE-AT1B


Please Note: The POE-AT1B is no longer manufactured. Please refer to the POE for IP Cameras page for a replacement.

The POE-AT1B is a single port 12V PoE splitter that is compatible with IEEE 802.3at and 802.3af Ethernet standards. This PoE splitter is used in conjunction with a POE-AT1 PoE injector, multi-port PoE midspan or a power over Ethernet switch. A PoE injector / splitter system is used with non-PoE devices which require 12V DC input.

For example, IP cameras such as the Zavio F3206 require 12V DC power input and do not support native power over Ethernet. A power source is not always readily available where the camera will be mounted, so using an individual DC supply is not always convenient. The ability to run a single CAT-5 cable with power over Ethernet is very convenient in these cases. The PoE-AT1B gives the installer the option to do this with non PoE devices by allowing the data and the power to be split at the location of the camera. Please see the below PoE injector splitter network diagram which illustrates how this works.

POE-AT1B Features:

  • Gigabit Ethernet Supported (1000Mbps)
  • Works with IEEE 802.3at and IEEE 802.3at PoE devices
  • 30 watts max output when used with IEEE 802.3at Ethernet source
  • 15.4 watts max output when used with IEEE 802.3af Ethernet source
  • 12V DC output
  • 8 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45 port
  • Supports Cat-5e up to 100 meters
  • Dimensions: 94 mm x 73 mm x 24 mm

PoE Injector / Splitter Network Diagram

PoE Injector Splitter Network Diagram

PoE Splitter Connected to non-PoE IP Camera

Here is the POE-AT1B connected to a non-PoE 12V DC IP camera. The Ethernet data port is connected to the Ethernet port of the IP camera. The 12V DC power output on the back of the splitter is connected to the power input of the IP camera. The PoE port on the AT1B (the one that is not connected) could be connected to any IEEE 802.3AT or 802.3AF compliant PoE switch, or midspan / PoE injector.

PoE Switch to Splitter

You can also use this PoE splitter with a PoE switch. Because the POE-AT1B is compliant with IEEE 802.3AF and IEEE802.3AT standards, it can be used to split the data and power from any PoE switch that complies to these standards. The above wiring diagram shows how to set up the POE-AT1B splitter with a POE-SW54 PoE switch.

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5 of 5 Works December 6, 2016
Reviewer: Bill Snyder from Ocala, FL  
Works just as described. We use these for a few IP cameras that are not PoE until we replace them with PoE cameras.

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