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1.2 Connector

The 2-ports PoE extender has one PoE input and two PoE output. The PoE input accepts IEEE802.3af/at/bt standard PoE which allows 60W maximum passthrough. However, if the PoE extender is being connected to IEEE802af/at PoE switch or PoE injector, the PoE input can’t reach 60W because the PoE switch is unable to provide such high power. The PoE+ only can output 32W maximum power.

You can use either one of the PoE ports or both to connect to PoE IP devices. The rubber plug is included to block the port you don’t intend to use. The 2-port PoE extender can work exactly the single port PoE extender with IP67 waterproof.

Unlike other PoE extender, Fastcabling POE extender has a built-in indicator which can provide the current status of PoE link.

PortDescription
POE InRJ45 port – 10/100/1000 Ethernet and PoE input support IEEE802.3af/at/bt
PoE Out 1RJ45 port – 10/100/1000 Ethernet with PoE, support IEEE802.3af/at.
PoE Out 2RJ45 port – 10/100/1000 Ethernet with PoE, support IEEE802.3af/at.
LEDsStatus
LAN (PoE In)
Link/ATC
OFF -No Link
Red-10/100/1000mbps link flashing indicates data exchanging.
LAN (PoE Out)
(Link/ACT)
OFF -No Link
Red-10/100/1000mbps link flashing indicates data exchanging.
LAN (PoE Out)
(Link/ACT)
OFF -No Link
Red-10/100/1000mbps link flashing indicates data exchanging.
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