Phihong¹s 21W Splitter Powers Cameras and Heaters

24th February 2010
ES Admin
Phihong has developed a new 21W splitter that has outputs of 10W over PoE to a powered device such as an IP Camera, and 12W DC to an accessory device including heaters and illuminators. Designated the POE21-120H, this device takes power from a Phihong IEEE802.3at-compliant midspan for use with low-power IP cameras and adjacent devices for use in security systems and access controls.
³So far PoE has been very successful in deploying security equipment to locations without the need for additional power supplies, but hasn¹t addressed the question of powering multiple devices in a single location,² said Keith Hopwood, vice president of marketing for Phihong USA. ³The POE21-120H splitter will now provide 10W to power a PoE camera as well as a 12W heater from a single Ethernet cable.²

he POE21-120H takes its power from a Phihong IEEE802.3at midspan such as the POE36U-1AT and the POE576U-AT series midspans. The splitter splits off power for the heater and passes the remaining power and data through to the camera; thus this splitter may only power IEEE802.3af devices requiring up to 10W of power. This gigabit-compatible splitter features a non-vented case with a diagnostic LED to indicate connection and power. The unit also complies with SELV, LPS and has over-voltage, over-current, and short circuit protection.

Product Spotlight

Upcoming Events

View all events
Latest global electronics news
© Copyright 2024 Electronic Specifier