Remote camera power

Monday, 04 December, 2006 | Supplied by:

Phihong now offers a remote power solution that adds power to ethernet cables and separates power and data at the camera.

Consisting of the PSD14 splitter and the POE20U midspan, the PoE package is suitable for IP security cameras even if they are not power-over-ethernet enabled.

The POE20U midspan provides up to 20 W and the PSD14 splitter can provide up to 14 W of DC power to the camera at the end of a 100 m cable. In addition to high power, gigabit data compatibility for high quality pictures is also provided. The features of these devices make the PoE package suitable for a variety of high power applications, including video-capable IP telephones and wireless network access points.

The splitter is designed for mounting next to a camera, and is fully compliant with IEEE 802.3af. The splitter features an LED indicator that signals if the device is working properly and is available in a non-vented case with 10Base-T, 100Base-T and 1000Base-T data rates and a University of New Hampshire, Interoperability Lab test report.

The midspan is capable of powering a single camera, features diagnostic LEDs and is fully compliant with the IEEE 802.3af standard in detection, disconnect and voltage control.

The splitter is available in 5 and 12 V versions depending on what input is required by the camera. All products meet FCC, EN and EMC standards. Midspans are UL, TUV and CE approved for information technology safety requirements.

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