The POE-AT1 is single port 802.3at PoE injector capable of powering power over Ethernet devices up to 30 Watts over Cat-5 cable. The POE-AT1 is compliant with IEEE802.3at high power over Ethernet standard and supports Gigabit Ethernet data speeds up to 1000Mbps. The POE-AT1 requires no configuration and automatically detects network device speeds and power requirements, making is capable of being used with 802.3af and 802.3at PoE devices. Because this device works with both of the standard and high powered PoE standards, it will work with any IP camera or other network device that requires power over Ethernet. Check the specification of your product. If it is compatible with 802.3af or 802.3at PoE standard, it can be powered by this device. The Cat5e cable can be run up to 300 feet.
The POE-AT1 has an RJ-45 data input and an RJ-45 PoE output. The POE-AT1 is connected in-line via Cat-5e cable with network router or switch. The POE-AT1 "injects" power into the incoming non-PoE Ethernet connection and outputs a 802.3AT Ethernet connection, which can supply up to 30 watts of power to a PoE compliant device, such as an IP camera, wireless access point, telephone network, or industrial network terminals.
You can see an installation with an IP PTZ camera here.
This device can optionally be used with the
POE-AT1B splitter to power non-PoE IP cameras and other network devices.
- Gigabit Ethernet Supported (1000Mbps)
- IEEE 802.3at Compliant
(30 watts max output)
- 8 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45 port
- Supports Cat-5e up to 100 meters
- 100-240VAC Power Input Supports US and European power systems
- 46-52V DC Output
- Works with IEEE 802.3at and IEEE 802.3af PoE network devices
- Can be used with POE-AT1B 12v PoE splitter to power non-PoE 12v DC devices
- LED status indicators
PoE Injector Network Diagram
The below diagram illustrates how the POE-AT1 is connected to a network router or switch, then to a PoE compatible IP camera.
CCTV Camera Pros supplies the POE-AT1 with this
auto-tracking IP PTZ camera. You can see in the above image that the PoE injector can plug directly into one of the built-in PoE ports on the Viewtron IP camera NVR.