Ubiquiti Networks 50V PoE Adapter with Gigabit LAN Port

BH #UBPOE5060W • MFR #POE-50-60W
Ubiquiti Networks
Ubiquiti Networks 50V PoE Adapter with Gigabit LAN Port
Key Features
  • For Ubiquiti Networks PoE Devices
  • 50V, 60W of Power
The 50V PoE Adapter with Gigabit LAN Port from Ubiquiti Networks powers a variety of Ubiquiti PoE devices belonging to the airFiber, airMAX, airVision, UniFi, and mFi series. This 50V adapter provides protection against surge, clamping, maximum surge discharge, peak pulse current, and ESD attacks.
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Ubiquiti Networks POE-50-60W Overview

The 50V PoE Adapter with Gigabit LAN Port from Ubiquiti Networks powers a variety of Ubiquiti PoE devices belonging to the airFiber, airMAX, airVision, UniFi, and mFi series. This 50V adapter provides protection against surge, clamping, maximum surge discharge, peak pulse current, and ESD attacks.

Powers Ubiquiti airFiber, airMAX, airVision, UniFi, and mFi PoE devices
Protection against surge, clamping, maximum surge discharge, peak pulse current, and ESD attacks
Provides earth grounding
Gigabit LAN port
UPC: 810354021237

Ubiquiti Networks POE-50-60W Specs

TypeInjector
General
Connectors2 x RJ45
1 x C6
Electrical
AC Input Power90 to 260 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power50 VDC at 1.2 A
Environmental
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Operating Humidity35 to 95%
Storage Temperature-22 to 158°F / -30 to 70°C
Physical
Dimensions4.0 x 2.4 x 1.3" / 10.0 x 6.0 x 3.3 cm
Weight6.8 oz / 192 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.755 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.4 x 4 x 1.65"
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Could this be used to power a Panasonic AW-HE40SW camera?
Asked by: Steven
Panasonic AW-HE40SW needs a PoE+. The camera specs call for 48V to 54V at 1.2Amps.PoE originally powered low power devices, 802.3af standard, and now the bigger devices, such as the camera, needs more power and use the 802.3at standard. The ubiquiti 50V and 54V PoE do meet the power standard, but I don't know if there is anything else that is needed to assure 803.3at compatibility.So technically, the ubiquiti PoE is not PoE+, and you need to understand PoE+ and the camera power requirements to find a PoE+ adapter for the camera.
Answered by: Fritz S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Will this work with Speco O2VLB8 IP camera?

Will this work with Speco O2VLB8 IP camera?
Asked by: Daniel
This POE injector is not recommended to be used with any other products aside from Ubiquiti.
Answered by: Zev
Date published: 2021-08-03

What AC power plug type does this have? Uk?

What AC power plug type does this have? Uk?
Asked by: MUHAMMAD
USA/North America.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2021-02-03

Is this POE injector 802.3at compliant?

Is this POE injector 802.3at compliant?
Asked by: Robert
Yes, this will be 802.3at compliant.
Answered by: Zev
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Can the 50V 60W Gigabit Adapter be used with Ubiquiti Networks U6-LR UniFi 6 AX3000?
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Yes it will work with the Ubiquiti Networks U6-LR UniFi 6 AX3000 Long-Range Access Point BH #UBU6LRUSe
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Yes. The Ubiquiti Networks 48V PoE Adapter B&H # UBPOE4824W will power the Ubiquiti Networks UAP-AC-IW-US UniFi Access Point Enterprise Wi-Fi System BH #UBUAPACIWUS.
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Will this work with a Panasonic AW-HE40SW HD PTZ Camera?
Asked by: Steven
Yes it would, but look at the power standards not necessarily voltage. Regular PoE is the 802.3af standard, and PoE+ (plus) is the 802.3at standard. The main difference between the 802.3af (PoE) and 802.3at (PoE+) standards is the maximum amount of power they provide over Cat5 cabling. The maximum amount of power for the 802.3af (PoE) standard is 15.4 watts. The maximum for the 802.3at (PoE+) standard is 25.5 watts. Ubiquity mixes PoE equipment standards with 12V, 24V, 48V and 50V PoE adapters but most PoE equipment is 48V PoE or PoE+. Usually you only need higher voltages to reach longer distance's. Sometimes it is hard to get PoE+ to reliably work over 100M or 300ft, so you would need a PoE injector with slightly higher voltage to deliver 25W at 300 plus feet.For the record, the Panasonic camera does not need GB speed which uses all 8 conductors. 100mb over 2 pairs CAT5 or CAT5E (using only 4 of 8 conductors) will work fine. I'd stick with a 100mb PoE+ injector.
Answered by: PNWACE
Date published: 2021-04-24
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