Gigabit high-power injector for Power over Ethernet

The INJ-24A Gigabit High Power PoE+ Injector from Moxa transmits 60 watts of power to any PD or PoE device and can easily adapt to different power standards with a DIP switch.

05/09/2013


The INJ-24A Gigabit High Power PoE+ Injector transmits 60 watts of power to any PD or PoE device and can easily adapt to different power standards with a DIP switch. Courtesy: MoxaMoxa's INJ-24A Gigabit High-Power PoE+ Injector transmits data and up to 60 watts of power to any PD or Power over Ethernet device, allowing devices on 10/100/1000 networks to safely operate with twice the power of conventional PoE+. (PoE is Power over Ethernet.)

The INJ-24A can quickly adapt to different power standards. By adjusting a DIP switch, the operator can select different power standard modes and even which wire pairs to deliver power on. This allows the INJ-24A to supply power to nearly any PoE device with minimal compatibility obstacles because it can be quickly reconfigured to match the device's settings.

The INJ-24A is designed to transmit data even with potential hazards like power fluctuations, static electricity, and other sources of electromagnetic interference. Media connections are reinforced with protection against power surges of up to 3 kV, while a heat-efficient housing enables the INJ-24A to operate in extremely cold or hot weather (-40 C to 75 C). The built-in 24/48 V dc booster enables the injector to operate on either 24 V dc or 48 V dc.

Smart PoE LED indicators on the INJ-24A also convey the status at a glance so the system operator can immediately identify whether the PoE port is supplying power, and which power supply mode is currently active.

Moxa

www.moxa.com 

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