• PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
  • PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
  • PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
  • PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
  • PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
  • PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
  • PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power
PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power

PoE Texas POE-8-48v60w | 8 Port Passive 10/100 Power Over Ethernet Midspan Injector for IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points | with 48 Volts, 60 Watts Total Power

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  • Use to expand your network by adding PoE Power for up to 8 devices at 328 feet away - works with your existing network switch or router
  • Includes a 48 volt, 60 watt UL certified power supply and reversing cable for Cisco 7940 and 7960
  • Use to provide PoE power and 10/100 data for eight 802.3af Cameras, WiFi AP's or IP Phones with 60 watts total combined power
  • Passive Mode B operation (pins +4,5/-7,8) is "always on"
  • For expert technical support from Austin, TX please call 512 479 0317

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This Injector was perfect for my project. I already had a non-poe switch and the amount of poe ports I needed would have added up to a somewhat pricey switch. This unit works great for what I needed. The only draw back is it adds another device to the network. That means another point of failure. To look at it a different way though, if it does fail, the only thing that will more then likely need replacing is the power supply. That's better then having to replace a poe switch. 5Great product and service This is a great product with fast shipping. you can use just about any power supply you want (if you need a specific voltage). for 802.3af you need the 48V power supply. the case is plastic but not flimsy and is clearly labeled for LAN and POE.this product is cheaper than and less mess then having to buy 8 POE injectors. one power code for 8 things. and since injectors are usually 15-40 bucks each you save money after 2-3 devices.UPDATE29JUN2013The power supply that shipped with my unit failed, and i didn't even use it that much. It says it has 1 year warranty so I email them via amazon, they ask me to call them and I did. I explained to them what happend and they shipped me out a new power supply on WED and i got it on Friday!!!! Top service !They have since changed power supply's and the new one uses a standard monitor cord and seem of high quality. 5This power injector is compact and easy to mount to plywood backer This power injector is compact and easy to mount to plywood backer. Two mounting tabs on each side. Excellent alternative to use with gigabit non-poe switch for cctv cameras installations. 5easy mounting; great unit For use with my Hikvision DS-2CD2032-I Outdoor HD 3MP IP Bullet cam ( http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00G7GMEOG/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_4 ). I was a little scared to use a 48V injector for what would otherwise be a 12V cam, but the very nice instruction sheet explained that PoE is typically higher voltage due to loss. The camera (apparently) has circuitry to correct for it.The mounting holes are just far enough off the side that my #6 drywall screws had no problem fitting. The injector is mounted onto the underside of some wood hanging between my floor joists under the house and the power supply is zip tied on top (it would be great if the power brick had mounting screws, too). Everything has been working well for months through freezing temperatures and power flickers.It's worth noting that this the injector drops you down to 100mbps, even if you're hooked through a gigabit switch. But as there's only 1 device per port beyond this injector, that's fine. This was a great deal compared to the other injectors. 5Great POE Injector with Even Better Support I purchased this item to supply power for some POE cameras I purchased. It works exactly as advertised and allows me to power 5 cameras with only one power converter - a fantastic thing given that this lives in a structured media cabinet where space is limited.The only down side is that it does not work with all cables supplied with POE camera systems. I purchased a FOSCAM POE camera/NVR system and the cables that came with it would not work. When I contacted Wifi-Texas support they were very responsive and even sent me a replacement unit without requiring me to return the original. It didn't work either, but when I tested the cables that came with the cameras, pins 7 and 8 did not test out properly (on all 4 cables that came with the NVR system). I had to use other cables to make the system work as intended, but this is a short fall of the camera system and not this unit.Highly recommended! 5Great price, great product, reliable Update 6/19/17I've used this product for a while now and it's a real workhorse. Does everything a PoE injector should do and nothing it shouldn't and at the right price to boot. Couldn't recommend it any higher.**Update**I was curious what the red barrel adapter actually does (the image indicates it's for a legacy cisco VOIP phone) so I used a multimeter to confirm that all it does is swap the polarity of the power. When in use, the LED on the unit itself turns red instead of green. This adapter has no impact on resistance or voltage - only polarity.This is a great adapter at a great price, and something people seem to often forget is that it can be difficult to mix POE/non-POE products, because sending POE to something not designed to handle POE will nearly certainly destroy it. This allows for easy mixing of POE devices with a normal switch without worrying about accidentally destroying any equipment because its sending voltage the receiving device wasn't prepared for.Having said that, it is important that you realize that this is not a switch and it requires an external switch. It will require an ethernet cord from the switch to the POE adapter, then an additional ethernet cord to your POE device - this is for each and every POE device.Finally, I would like to mention that no consumer grade IP camera feeds a stream that is anywhere near 100mbps, and if it did, you probably wouldn't be able to properly capture it anyway - so there is literally no advantage to having gigabit over 100mbit when it comes to IP cameras. 5great for adding IP camera's to your network. I'm using this WS-POE-8 to power my Q-See HD 1080P cameras. I think the cameras are QCN8012B and are 12v. First of all the unit is small and very light, maybe 8" long, 1"1/2" wide, and 3/4" thick? It's not very big and feels a little flimsy as it's all plastic. The Power block is your typical size almost like what you get with a laptop. When it's on, there is a small green led that comes on to show that it has power. The unit is black plastic and has 8 ports in and out. Very simple to plug in your items. Like my HD cameras, they go on the port that says POE which injects power on that side to power that device. The Lan side plugs into your router or wireless bridge. Great way to add IP cameras on the other side of the house that might be too far using the 100ft ethernet cable. So far it's working great. Will post if my power supply goes out as I've read some have, but this one is great so far. Oh i'm using the linksys wireless bridge WUMC710 to hook into my netgear X6 router which connects to my NVR. 5Solid, high quality device, recommended I have bought several of these POE injectors (their smaller wattage model). They have all worked well for my ever-expanding security cam system, but I had problems with the smaller size unit supplying enough juice for a large PTZ security camera, resulting in the camera crashing periodically.However, this 60W model is just what I needed and I have had no problems at all since I put it in. Nothing wrong with the smaller ones and they continue to power other fixed cameras, but they just weren't enough for my power hungry PTZ camera.The units are very well made, trouble free and seem to be high quality. A brochure ("instructions") is included which is clearly written and very helpful, but really these are simple devices and plug and play. Seller sent pleasant emails on order status and included contact information for tech support. I never had to contact tech support so I can't comment on that, but these are pretty fool-proof. Nonetheless, the customer care exhibited by the seller is exceptional, refreshing, and appreciated.Just be aware this is not a POE switch. A separate switch port will be needed for each of the devices you connect to this POE injector. Also, the instructions say it is for 10/100 Mbps only, but mine is passing through a gigabit connection without a problem. 5Great price for 8 port POE injector with power supply. Works exactly as expected. Network port connects on one side, POE port to device on the other. In between is a 48V power supply that plugs into the unit. If you don't currently have a POE switch, this is a cost effective way to convert 8 ports to POE. I tested with 4x12V Amcrest bullet cameras and they worked perfectly attached to the device powered through the Ethernet cable only. It can be a bit of a pain to wire the switch to the POE injector and then the device to the POE injector, but it typically costs less than buying a multi-port POE switch. My example is my Netgear 24 port gigabit switch. It costs on sale $50-$70. Add this injector of $40 for a max of $110. Finding a 16 port switch, and typically they also only have 8 of those ports as POE, with POE costs $120+; though I did just find a 16 port POE for that price. This is cheaper overall, but that price does not include the required cabling from switch to POE injector (typically fairly cheap for the length required), but does have 8 extra gigabit ports for a total of 24; 8 POE through injector and 16 gigabit non-POE. So far, nothing to complain about.Now I don't know longevity of this device or power supply. Hopefully, that will not be a problem. So far, it works as expected after 1 week of testing and use. 5Very reliable, powers 5 Hikvision IP Cameras I have been using this POE Injector since the beginning of October, 2013 and have not had any issues with it at all. Currently it powers 5 Hikvision cameras (4 Hikvision DS-2CD2032-I Bullet's and 1 Hikvision DS-2CD2132-I Dome's). It's plugged into a UPS system to preserve power during brown / black outs and has never had to be reset since I originally plugged it in. It does exactly what it's supposed to do, deliver steady / reliable power to POE capable devices, such as IP Cameras.I recommend this unit to anyone looking for 48V / 60W POE. 5
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This Injector was perfect for my project. I already had a non-poe switch and the amount of poe ports I needed would have added up to a somewhat pricey switch. This unit works great for what I needed. The only draw back is it adds another device to the network. That means another point of failure. To look at it a different way though, if it does fail, the only thing that will more then likely need replacing is the power supply. That's better then having to replace a poe switch. 5Great product and service This is a great product with fast shipping. you can use just about any power supply you want (if you need a specific voltage). for 802.3af you need the 48V power supply. the case is plastic but not flimsy and is clearly labeled for LAN and POE.this product is cheaper than and less mess then having to buy 8 POE injectors. one power code for 8 things. and since injectors are usually 15-40 bucks each you save money after 2-3 devices.UPDATE29JUN2013The power supply that shipped with my unit failed, and i didn't even use it that much. It says it has 1 year warranty so I email them via amazon, they ask me to call them and I did. I explained to them what happend and they shipped me out a new power supply on WED and i got it on Friday!!!! Top service !They have since changed power supply's and the new one uses a standard monitor cord and seem of high quality. 5This power injector is compact and easy to mount to plywood backer This power injector is compact and easy to mount to plywood backer. Two mounting tabs on each side. Excellent alternative to use with gigabit non-poe switch for cctv cameras installations. 5easy mounting; great unit For use with my Hikvision DS-2CD2032-I Outdoor HD 3MP IP Bullet cam ( http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00G7GMEOG/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_4 ). I was a little scared to use a 48V injector for what would otherwise be a 12V cam, but the very nice instruction sheet explained that PoE is typically higher voltage due to loss. The camera (apparently) has circuitry to correct for it.The mounting holes are just far enough off the side that my #6 drywall screws had no problem fitting. The injector is mounted onto the underside of some wood hanging between my floor joists under the house and the power supply is zip tied on top (it would be great if the power brick had mounting screws, too). Everything has been working well for months through freezing temperatures and power flickers.It's worth noting that this the injector drops you down to 100mbps, even if you're hooked through a gigabit switch. But as there's only 1 device per port beyond this injector, that's fine. This was a great deal compared to the other injectors. 5Great POE Injector with Even Better Support I purchased this item to supply power for some POE cameras I purchased. It works exactly as advertised and allows me to power 5 cameras with only one power converter - a fantastic thing given that this lives in a structured media cabinet where space is limited.The only down side is that it does not work with all cables supplied with POE camera systems. I purchased a FOSCAM POE camera/NVR system and the cables that came with it would not work. When I contacted Wifi-Texas support they were very responsive and even sent me a replacement unit without requiring me to return the original. It didn't work either, but when I tested the cables that came with the cameras, pins 7 and 8 did not test out properly (on all 4 cables that came with the NVR system). I had to use other cables to make the system work as intended, but this is a short fall of the camera system and not this unit.Highly recommended! 5Great price, great product, reliable Update 6/19/17I've used this product for a while now and it's a real workhorse. Does everything a PoE injector should do and nothing it shouldn't and at the right price to boot. Couldn't recommend it any higher.**Update**I was curious what the red barrel adapter actually does (the image indicates it's for a legacy cisco VOIP phone) so I used a multimeter to confirm that all it does is swap the polarity of the power. When in use, the LED on the unit itself turns red instead of green. This adapter has no impact on resistance or voltage - only polarity.This is a great adapter at a great price, and something people seem to often forget is that it can be difficult to mix POE/non-POE products, because sending POE to something not designed to handle POE will nearly certainly destroy it. This allows for easy mixing of POE devices with a normal switch without worrying about accidentally destroying any equipment because its sending voltage the receiving device wasn't prepared for.Having said that, it is important that you realize that this is not a switch and it requires an external switch. It will require an ethernet cord from the switch to the POE adapter, then an additional ethernet cord to your POE device - this is for each and every POE device.Finally, I would like to mention that no consumer grade IP camera feeds a stream that is anywhere near 100mbps, and if it did, you probably wouldn't be able to properly capture it anyway - so there is literally no advantage to having gigabit over 100mbit when it comes to IP cameras. 5great for adding IP camera's to your network. I'm using this WS-POE-8 to power my Q-See HD 1080P cameras. I think the cameras are QCN8012B and are 12v. First of all the unit is small and very light, maybe 8" long, 1"1/2" wide, and 3/4" thick? It's not very big and feels a little flimsy as it's all plastic. The Power block is your typical size almost like what you get with a laptop. When it's on, there is a small green led that comes on to show that it has power. The unit is black plastic and has 8 ports in and out. Very simple to plug in your items. Like my HD cameras, they go on the port that says POE which injects power on that side to power that device. The Lan side plugs into your router or wireless bridge. Great way to add IP cameras on the other side of the house that might be too far using the 100ft ethernet cable. So far it's working great. Will post if my power supply goes out as I've read some have, but this one is great so far. Oh i'm using the linksys wireless bridge WUMC710 to hook into my netgear X6 router which connects to my NVR. 5Solid, high quality device, recommended I have bought several of these POE injectors (their smaller wattage model). They have all worked well for my ever-expanding security cam system, but I had problems with the smaller size unit supplying enough juice for a large PTZ security camera, resulting in the camera crashing periodically.However, this 60W model is just what I needed and I have had no problems at all since I put it in. Nothing wrong with the smaller ones and they continue to power other fixed cameras, but they just weren't enough for my power hungry PTZ camera.The units are very well made, trouble free and seem to be high quality. A brochure ("instructions") is included which is clearly written and very helpful, but really these are simple devices and plug and play. Seller sent pleasant emails on order status and included contact information for tech support. I never had to contact tech support so I can't comment on that, but these are pretty fool-proof. Nonetheless, the customer care exhibited by the seller is exceptional, refreshing, and appreciated.Just be aware this is not a POE switch. A separate switch port will be needed for each of the devices you connect to this POE injector. Also, the instructions say it is for 10/100 Mbps only, but mine is passing through a gigabit connection without a problem. 5Great price for 8 port POE injector with power supply. Works exactly as expected. Network port connects on one side, POE port to device on the other. In between is a 48V power supply that plugs into the unit. If you don't currently have a POE switch, this is a cost effective way to convert 8 ports to POE. I tested with 4x12V Amcrest bullet cameras and they worked perfectly attached to the device powered through the Ethernet cable only. It can be a bit of a pain to wire the switch to the POE injector and then the device to the POE injector, but it typically costs less than buying a multi-port POE switch. My example is my Netgear 24 port gigabit switch. It costs on sale $50-$70. Add this injector of $40 for a max of $110. Finding a 16 port switch, and typically they also only have 8 of those ports as POE, with POE costs $120+; though I did just find a 16 port POE for that price. This is cheaper overall, but that price does not include the required cabling from switch to POE injector (typically fairly cheap for the length required), but does have 8 extra gigabit ports for a total of 24; 8 POE through injector and 16 gigabit non-POE. So far, nothing to complain about.Now I don't know longevity of this device or power supply. Hopefully, that will not be a problem. So far, it works as expected after 1 week of testing and use. 5Very reliable, powers 5 Hikvision IP Cameras I have been using this POE Injector since the beginning of October, 2013 and have not had any issues with it at all. Currently it powers 5 Hikvision cameras (4 Hikvision DS-2CD2032-I Bullet's and 1 Hikvision DS-2CD2132-I Dome's). It's plugged into a UPS system to preserve power during brown / black outs and has never had to be reset since I originally plugged it in. It does exactly what it's supposed to do, deliver steady / reliable power to POE capable devices, such as IP Cameras.I recommend this unit to anyone looking for 48V / 60W POE. 5
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