Manual UNICOM 802.3af

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  • UNICOM 802.3af - page 1

    Power over Ethernet Splitter 802.3af PoE Splitter U SER’S M ANU AL PN: POE-22001T ...

  • UNICOM 802.3af - page 2

    Content Overview ........................................................... 1 Features ............................................................ 1 Hardware Description ...................................... 2 Package Contents ............................................ 2 Installation ........................................................ 5 T ...

  • UNICOM 802.3af - page 3

    Overview Unicom's new Power over Ethernet (PoE) Splitter Adapter provides Ethernet data and DC power to a network device that is not compliant with th e IEEE802.3af standard (non-PoE). This adapter effectively provides Ethernet data and DC power to a non-PoE device with a single cable and allows it to operate within a PoE network. PoE is an ef ...

  • UNICOM 802.3af - page 4

    Package Contents  (1) Power over Ethernet Splitter  (2) DC Power Cables – 5.5x2.0mm and 5.5x2.5mm  User's Manual PoE Splitter DC Power Cables User's Manual With adjustable output Figure 1-1. Package Contents Compare the contents of your Power over Ethernet Splitter package with the standard checklist above. If any item is missi ...

  • UNICOM 802.3af - page 5

    Hardware Description Unicom's Power over Ethernet Splitter Adapter has three connection ports, one LED indicator, and a voltage adjustment DIPswitch.  Data In port: This is an RJ-45 Ethernet interface port for data transmission into the PoE Splitter. This port connects with a PoE injector. The Data In port  Data Out port: This is an RJ-4 ...

  • UNICOM 802.3af - page 6

    System Power LED indicator  DIPswitch: The DIPswitch changes the splitter voltage allowing for it to operate with a variety of products. It provides four voltage values – 5V, 7.5V, 9V and 12V. The default is 5V. Before adjusting the DIPswitch, disconnect the power from Splitter Adapter. DIPswitch ...

  • UNICOM 802.3af - page 7

    Installation To install the Power over Ethernet Splitter, please follow the steps below. 1. Use an RJ-45 cable to connect the Data I n port on the Power over Ethernet Splitter Adapter with the Data Ou t port of a PoE Hub. If the hub does not support PoE function, you'll need to install a PoE Injector (pn: POE-32001T) between the hub and splitt ...

  • UNICOM 802.3af - page 8

    Technical Specification Standard IEEE802.3 10BASE-T IEEE802.3u 100BASE-TX IEEE802.3af Power over Ethernet Power jack diameter (2) Power Cables, each with straight and a right angle plugs Plug dimension: 5.5 x 2.0mm, 5.5 x 2.5mm DIPswitch Four-segment output voltage switch Connector Data / Power In: 1 x RJ-45.Data pin 1,2,3,6 Power pin: 4,5(V+), 7,8 ...

  • UNICOM 802.3af - page 9

    908 Canada Court City of Industry , C A 91748 U.S.A. Phone: 626.964.7873 or 800.346.6668 F ax: 626.964.7880 www e-mail: UNIDOC020905 ...

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