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Aaxeon Technologies: Industrial Gigabit IEEE 802.3at PoE Injector

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The LNP-201AG (-T) gigabit PoE injector provides data as well as power over Ethernet to power devices.

The unit offers a 1-port PoE solution that can be used in remote applications to power equipment such as VOIP phones, surveillance cameras, or access points in industries including water/wastewater, oil and gas, utility/power, and security. It is IEEE 802.3at compliant and can provide up to 30 W per port as well as 802.3af backward compatible and can provide down to 15 W per port or less depending on the application. It can be DIN-Rail or wall mounted. The input voltage range is 24/48 VDC, a feature not commonly found in most other PoE switches; its ability to step up 24 V input to 48 V means that users with existing 24 V supplies do not need to add a 48 V supply. It is offered as a wide temperature model (-40 °C to 75 °C) for harsh environments.
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Aaxeon Technologies, LLC
www.aaxeon.com
714.671.9000

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