Connecting to IEEE 802.3at/af Compliant Devices
Because of having the capability of IEEE 802.3at/802.3af Power over Ethernet, the POE-164 can directly be connected to any IEEE 802.3at/802.3af end-nodes such as PTZ (Pan, Tilt & Zoom) network cameras, PTZ speed dome, color touch-screen Voice over IP (VoIP) telephones and multi-channel wireless LAN access points where the IEEE 802.3at/802.3af In-line Power over Ethernet port is supported.
Installation of IEEE 802.3at Injector and Splitter
For remote non-PoE compliant Ethernet devices to enjoy convenience of Power over Ethernet, the POE-164 and PoE Splitter operate as a pair to provide the easiest way to power your Ethernet devices which need high power input. For example, the POE-164 delivers the Ethernet digital data with power over the twisted pair cable. When connected to PLANET POE-162S (IEEE 802.3at PoE+ splitter), the POE-162S will divide the digital data and the power into two selectable DC outputs (12V DC/24V DC) to non-PoE Ethernet device. Or the POE-164 can co-work with the POE-152S (IEEE 802.3af PoE splitter) to get 5V DC/12V DC output .
Extended Installation of IEEE 802.3at Injector and PoE
Is 100 meter cable long enough for a wide range of IP Surveillance deployments? The answer is certainly not. To achieve the benefits of IP surveillance and also the long-distance IP camera distribution, the POE-164 and PLANET PoE Extender - POE-E201 - can be a quick and cost-effective option. In the simplest application, the PoE Extender enables a PoE IP camera to be installed up to 200 meters away from the POE-164. The POE-164 delivers PoE power over the first 100 meters to the PoE Extender over UTP cable, and then the PoE Extender forwards the Ethernet data and remaining POE power to the remote PoE IP camera.