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The Axis Communications Power over Lan Midspan 1-Port can be used to inject electrical power into the same Ethernet cable used to transmit data over a network. By having a single cable carrying both data and power, camera installation is no longer limited to areas with a close proximity to an AC outlet. This makes it possible to install the camera close to a ceiling, in hallways, inside outdoor housings, on rooftops and numerous other environments where running electrical wiring is inconvenient, too costly or simply unsightly.
Major Cost Saver
By using the same cable to transmit both data and power over a network, there's no need to hire an electrician to install additional electrical wiring, making PoE a real time and cost saver.
Fail Safe Operation
In facilities containing UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) devices, PoE will also keep the camera operating in the event of a power failure occurring at the camera site.
Remote Power Management
Using optional specialized software, PoE makes it possible to remotely monitor and configure power options just as easy as it would be for data transmissions.
Optional Power for Non PoE Devices
By using a PoE injector at the network source end and a PoE splitter at the receiving end, non PoE equipped cameras can be powered solely by their Ethernet cables.
As an enterprise grows so does its security requirements. Midspans are easily expandable by combining multiple units and mounting them in an electrical closet.
In the Box
Axis Communications Power over Ethernet PoE Midspan Injector, 1-Port
Table of Contents
1 shielded RJ-45 Data connector and 1 shielded RJ-45 output connector for the combined data and power, TIA/EIA 568 Category 5
Maximum Cable Length
328 ft (100m)
IEEE802.3 standard (when no inline power is supplied) and IEEE802.3af, DTE Power via Media Dependent Interface (MDI)