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POE-Tester Quickly Identify POE with RJ-45 POE Tester PoE Detector, Inline PoE Voltage, Current and Wattage Tester

POE-Tester Quickly Identify POE with RJ-45 POE Tester PoE Detector, Inline PoE Voltage, Current and Wattage Tester

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Use to test PoE cameras, IP phones, and Wifi installations. 

This tester displays the power used, voltage available, current flowing when connected to any 802.3af/at device and see how much power any PoE or DC powered device actually needs. 

POE Tester

Specifications 

Data Rate: 10/100/1000

DC Power Input: 2.1mm DC Barrel

Dimensions: 6.5x6x2 cm

Display Range (DC Input): 3.5 to 57 volts, 0 to 5 Amps

Display Range (POE Input): 12 to 57 volts, 0 to 1500 mA

Display Type: LCD

Operating Humidity: 5% to 90 %

Operating Temperature Range: -10° to 60°C

PoE Method: Passive (simulted 802.3af)

PoE Standard: 802.3af/at

PoE Standards Supported: Passive, 802.3af, 802.3at, 802.3bt

DC Adapter Cable: 2.1mm x 5.5mm DC (Male to Male)


PoE Tester GEN-2 FEATURES

Ergonomic Body Design: A new curved body design that’s 25% smaller than the original PoE Tester makes the GEN2 easier to hold and use.

High-quality LCD Display: The new scrolling LCD displays more information at once and can be read in full daylight.

Simplified Operation: Thanks to automatic mode and polarity detection, the new GEN2 requires only one RJ45 input.

802.3bt Support: 4-pair testing capability makes the GEN2 ready for the new IEEE 802.3bt PoE standard.

Increased Testing Range: Measures DC power supply voltages from 3.5 to 56 volts and current up to 280 watts at 56 volts.

 

What does it do?

-Test PoE cameras, VOIP phones, and WiFi installations without interrupting data flow

-Quickly detect and identify PoE type

-Measure power consumption from DC power supplies

-Activate any port on an AF/AT PoE switch

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        Frequently Questions About POE

        What is "POE"?

        PoE is " Power over Etherenet". A device like this one take DC power and injects on one or both pairs of wire in the Ethernet cable. It's used to power IP cameras, VOIP phones, Wifi Access Points and other networks devices.

        What is the difference between Mode A and Mode B?

        Mode A and Mode B are two different POE pinouts ( the wire pairs used to transmit power).

        Mode matters most if you're powering a 24-volt passive PoE devices like those from Mikrotik or Ubiquiti. These devices always need Mode B.

        If you're powering a devices that has a spec of “802.3af” (48 Volts), them eighter mode A or mode B should work.

        What does passive POE mean?

        Passive PoE means the PoE Injector is always on rather than negotiating with the powered device to turn on and off as need.

        Which power supply do I need?

        The power supply will depend on the specs of the powered devices. Most VOIP phones and IP cameras use 802.3af PoE, which requires a 48 volt power supply. For Wifi, check your device specs for either 802.3af or 24 volt passive.

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