Platinum Tools TPS100C PoE Detector
Platinum Tools PoE Detector
The Platinum Tools pocket-size PoE Detector detects PoE end/mid-span voltages on network cables. LED indicators instantly show “GO/NO-GO” detection on PoE networks. Plug cables directly into the built-in RJ45 jack or use the included patch card to detect voltage in wall jacks. Differentiates between end-span PoE power which is supplied from PoE switches or routers and mid-span voltage from injectors. End-span detection indicate voltages are found on pairs 1/2, 3/6; mid-span detection indicates voltages found on pairs 4/5, 7/8.
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Tenda 300Mbps WiFi Repeater
Tenda 300Mbps Mini WiFi Repeater
A301 is a N300 Mini Wi-Fi repeater dedicated to two-story houses, villas, and multi-room houses with an area of over 120 square meters. It offers up to 300Mbps data rate on the 11n band. With two external omnidirectional antennas, A301 can provide larger Wi-Fi coverage as well as high-speed data rates, satisfying applications playback of 1080P HD videos, massively multiplayer online games, and high-speed downloads. Easily switch over between Repeater and AP modes. With the upgrade Setup Wizard, it only takes you three steps to configure your repeater. A301 also works better with other brand Wi-Fi routers available on the market. For whole-home Wi-Fi coverage, A301 is your best choice.
Repeater Mode: Expand Wi-Fi coverage by bridging the upstream router's Wi-Fi signal.
AP Mode: Connect an Ethernet cable to the LAN port to turn it into an AP.
Intellinet Power over Ethernet (PoE) Injector, 524179
Intellinet Power over Ethernet (PoE) Injector
1 Port, 48 V DC, IEEE 802.3af Compliant
Reduce costs by using existing Cat5 cable to provide both power and data
The Power over Ethernet Injector from Intellinet Network Solutions allows you to connect your IEEE 802.3af-compliant products to a non-PoE LAN switch port. The injector can be used to connect a wireless access point, IP phone, network camera or any IEEE 802.3af powered device (PD) to a switch.
Reduce Wiring Costs
No need to run AC power lines for your wireless access point, network camera or IP phone. Simply connect the PoE Injector to the LAN switch port, and use the existing Cat5 cabling to deliver DC power as well as transfer data.
Preserve Existing Investments
Does your existing LAN switch not support the new IEEE 802.3af PoE standard? Well, don’t let that stop you from realizing the benefits of delivering DC power over the existing Cat5 Ethernet cabling. Use the Model 503389 PoE Injector until you are able to upgrade your LAN switch to a model that supports the IEEE 802.3af PoE standard.
Protect Your Equipment
Now that you are running DC power to your networked equipment through the Cat5 cabling, you need to be sure that the products are protected from power problems. The PoE Injector was designed to protect equipment from short circuits (short GRND), current overloads (over 450 mA) and high voltages (voltage exceeding 52 V).