Veracity HIGHWIRE Powerstar QUAD

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Veracity HIGHWIRE Powerstar QUAD
Key Features
  • Transmits PoE to Up to 4 Network Cameras
  • Supports PoE and Non-PoE IP Cameras
  • Provides 10-78W of PoE, 25W Max Per Port
  • SafeView Connection and Power Status
The HIGHWIRE Powerstar QUAD from Veracity works with the HIGHWIRE Powerstar base side (available separately) to deliver PoE to up to four network cameras over RG59, RG6, or RG11 cable. The camera unit receives PoE power from the base unit and transmits it to the connected cameras. No external power cabling is required, and all detection and setup occurs automatically.
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Veracity HIGHWIRE Powerstar Overview

The HIGHWIRE Powerstar QUAD from Veracity works with the HIGHWIRE Powerstar base side (available separately) to deliver PoE to up to four network cameras over RG59, RG6, or RG11 cable. The camera unit receives PoE power from the base unit and transmits it to the connected cameras. No external power cabling is required, and all detection and setup occurs automatically.

This unit features SafeView to provide a quick confirmation of correct operation from either end of the cable. The low-power design enables long range extension even over low-grade cable, such as high-resistance copper-clad steel (CCS) types. Reliable power delivery is also ensured at the source, where either screw-terminal connections or a UPS-backed PoE supply can be used. It delivers a full 200 Mbps of bandwidth at up to 1000' of RG59, 1148' of RG6, or 1600' of RG11 coax cable.

Delivers power to up to four network cameras
PoE eliminates the need for additional cable runs
Delivers up to 25W of PoE per port, between 10-78W total power
SafeView quickly indicates connection and power status
Works with the HIGHWIRE Powerstar base side (available separately)
UPC: 892314002654

Veracity HIGHWIRE Powerstar Specs

Electrical
DC Input Voltage57 VDC
Impedance75 Ohms
Power Consumption78 W
General
Bandwidth200 Mb/s
Input Connector1 x BNC Female
Output Connector4 x RJ45 Female
Ethernet StandardsCat 5, 5e, 6
Number of Channels4
Maximum Operating Distance5000' / 1524 m
IndicatorLED
Physical
Dimensions5.2 x 3.7 x 0.87" / 132 x 94.6 x 22 cm
Weight6.3 oz / 179 g
Environmental
Operating Humidity85%
Operating Temperature14 to 122°F / -10 to 50°C
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.47 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.45 x 3.85 x 1.35"

Veracity HIGHWIRE Powerstar Reviews

Well Built, Works Great!

By Jakin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-30

This worked right off the bat for us and some infrastructure where we could not pull new CAT cable but had pre-existing Coax. It's also a great bonus that they serve as PoE injectors if needed. Fantastic product. Don't forget that you need the other end, the camera side aka the receiver.

Well Built, Works Great!

By Jakin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-30

This worked right off the bat for us and some infrastructure where we could not pull new CAT cable but had pre-existing Coax. It's also a great bonus that they serve as PoE injectors if needed. Fantastic product.

Works great

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-10-12

Had old RG6, easy upgrade for new ip camera. Expensive, but cheaper than new cat5e. Highly recommend.

Made Installation Easy as Pie!

By Larry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-06-16

When using this to power a Ubiquiti Wifi radio up on a tower, we only had to run the one RG6 coax, plug it in and done! Works absolutely great. I, especially, like the indicator on the other end to tell that everything is ok.

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