Powerline PoE Adapter (Art. no. ITAC10310)

  • Data transmission via available power grid
  • Integrated 100 Mbit/s RJ45 connection with 15.4 W PoE power
  • Supports PoE for direct operation of your PoE-capable network device at the Powerline Adapter
  • Fast transmission rates of up to 1000 Mbit/s according to G.hn (HomeGrid standard)
  • Supports up to 16 adapters in a network
  • Secure transmission thanks to 128 bit AES encryption

Powerline PoE Adapter (Art. no. ITAC10310)

Network plug and play.
Using the Powerline PoE Adapter, every conventional socket is transformed into a secure and fast network connection in the blink of an eye.

Use PoE instead of power supply unit.
Operate your PoE-capable network device directly via the adapter, which means that you require no additional power supply unit.

Full flexibility.
Create your own network with up to 16 adapters and combine with our Powerline Adapter ITAC10300. In this case, data transmission also works cross-phase, which entails a reduction in the data rate to 80–90Mbit/s.

Without compromising on security.
With just one button, you can configure 128bit AES encryption, which makes your data transmission secure.

Art. no.: ITAC10310
Max. PoE power per port: 15,4 Watt
Network Standards: IEEE 802.3/, IEEE 802.3af
Dimensions: (LxWxH) 38 x 59 x 93 mm mm
Width: 59 mm
Height: 93 mm
Length: 38 mm
Max. operating temperature: 40 °C
Max. humidity: 95 %
Min. operating temperature: 0 °C
Net weight: 0,202 kg
Network access: 1x 10/100 Mbit/s Base-T auto-sense (PoE)
Network camera protocols: 802.1D, 802.1Q, QoS, IGMP, MLD
PoE Standard: 802.3af
AC voltage supply: 110-240 V
Power consumption: 800 mA

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x Powerline PoE Adapter
  • 1x Ethernet cable

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