BEST SOLUTION FOR YOUR NETWORK
D-NET PoE injectors are compatible with network devices that allow 48 VDC passive PoE power. In use, power and data can be transmitted to another 48 VDC voltage-compliant remote device that supports passive PoE power, which reduces installation costs and improves network performance.
JUST OUT OF THE BOX
D-NET's PoE Injector fully complies with IEEE 802.3af standard. No need to buy a PoE switch, you can use the existing non-PoE switch or non-PoE router to connect PoE devices with the help of any D-NET PoE injector.
The PoE Injectors can work with all IEEE 802.3af PoE compliant PDs (Powered Devices) or PoE Receiver Adapters, or other equivalent products, to expand your network to where there are no power lines or outlets, where you wish to fix devices like Wireless Access Points, IP Cameras or IP Phones, etc.
EASY TO USE
D-Net injectors require no configuration, being 100% plug-and-play. Also, they offer more equipment burn safety because, by connecting equipment without PoE technology to D-Net injectors, they cut off power delivery and only sends data.
It's just one more simple way that D-NET helps you adapt your network to your business needs.BUY NOW
ONE MORE STEP OF PROTECTION
D-Net PoE injectors are built to protect all your connected devices against Over Current, Over Load, Over Voltage and Anti-Interference.
Frequently Asked Question
Yes all D-NET PoE injectors include a power supply, however, you will need an Ethernet cable to run power to your other devices, since we do not include it.
Yes. They work with any voltage. All D-NET PoE Injector units are 100 ~ 240 VAC | 50 ~ 60 Hz | 0.5 A
Yes, they do.
As long as the VoIP phone uses PoE standard, you should have no problem.
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