Planet IPOE-173S Features
- 2 RJ45 interfaces
- 1-port Data + Power input
- 1-port Data output
- 2 DC output (4-pin terminal block)
- 1 12V/24V DC DIP switch
Power over Ethernet
- Complies with 802.3bt Power over Ethernet end-span / mid-span PSE
- Compatible with IEEE 802.3bt PoE++
- Backward compatible with 802.3at PoE+ with up to 30-watt power output
- Supports PoE input power up to 70 watts
- Splits the PoE power over RJ45 Ethernet cable into 12V/19V/24V DC output
- Remote power feeding up to 100 meters
- IP30 slim metal case
- DIN-rail or wall mount design
- Supports high surge/ESD protection
- -40 to 75 degrees C operating temperature
Planet IPOE-173S Overview
Highly Convenient and Robust Industrial PoE++ Splitter
PLANET IPOE-173S is an Industrial-grade 802.3bt Power over Ethernet Splitter which delivers the Ethernet digital data and PoE power from an 802.3bt PoE++ type-4 PSE (power source equipment) over an UTP cable. It comes with a selectable 12V or 24V DC DIP switch, enabling to deliver a maximum of 70-watt power output to a non-PoE powered Ethernet device. It supports passive 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet connection and distance up to 100 meters. To fulfill the growing industrial applications, the IPOE-173S is designed to work under the operating temperature range from -40 to 75 degrees C. The IPOE-173S is an ideal solution to transfer power to a traditional network device with high power demand directly without the need to install additional power outlets and electrical cabling in the industrial environment.
Quick and Easy 802.3bt PoE++ Network Deployment
If the existing network deployment consists of non-PoE powered devices that require high power to function, the IPOE-173S, powered by an ultra PoE power sourcing equipment, is able to feed the PDs with 802.3bt PoE++ as the splitter can split the data and power into two streams. The PDs gets their power through the splitter’s DC jack and the RJ45 interface accepts only Ethernet data. The following non-PoE PDs can be turned into an PoE++ environment with the IPOE-173S:
- PTZ speed dome camera
- Thin client
- AIO (All-in-One) touch PC
- Remote digital signage display
- Non-PoE network devices that need higher power to work normally
The POE-173S frees the network device deployment from restrictions of power outlet locations, thus eliminating the costs for additional AC wiring and reducing the installation time.
Innovative, Selectable DC Power Output Voltage
Via the innovative 12/24 volt DIP switch on the front panel, the IPOE-173S can supply either 24V DC power to industrial equipment or 12V DC output to the common network devices. It highly increases the flexibility of the product applications.
Dual Power Output Capability
The IPOE-173S shares its 70-watt output power with not only one power-hungry device but also two non-PoE Ethernet devices simultaneously through a 4-pin terminal block. For example, the two power output can be applied as shown below to completely solve the need of electric source:
- IP camera (Power 1) + Outdoor housing with fan and heater (Power 2)
- IP camera (Power 1) + Pan & tilt motor (Power 2)
- Analog camera (Power 1) + IP video server (Power 2)
Environmentally Hardened Design
With the compact, slim-type IP30 industrial case, the space-saving industrial 802.3bt PoE++ splitter IPOE-173S can be placed in almost any difficult environment. It allows either DIN-rail or wall mounting for efficient use of cabinet space. Being able to operate under the temperature range from -40 to 75 degrees C, the IPOE-173S is the ideal product for co-working with industrial 802.3bt PoE++ type-4 injector which can feed the power to non-PoE devices up to 100 meters (328 feet) away in those harsh environments.
Intelligent LED Indicator for Power Budget
The IPOE-173S helps users to know the current status of PoE power input from remote PSE easily by its advanced LED indication. The IPOE-173S has three LEDs indicating 30, 60 and 90 watts of PoE power input. With these LED indications, you can efficiently control how much PoE power is getting from PSE and how much output power of the IPOE-173S is going to a non-PoE device.