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TP-LINK TL-POE10R PoE Splitter

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Quick Overview

TP-LINK TL-POE10R PoE Splitter fully complies with IEEE802.3af standard. It can receive power and data from all IEEE802.3af power source equipment or PoE Injector such as the TL-POE150S.

TP-LINK TL-POE10R PoE Splitter User Guide

Product Datasheets

TP-LINK TL-POE10R PoE Splitter Datasheet (0.77MB)

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Key Features

- Complies with IEEE802.3af standard
- Cost Saving, no power cabling for Ethernet network device
- Advanced Auto-Sensing Algorithm enables taking power from 802.3af PSE
- Adjustable 5VDC, 9VDC or 12VDC output with slide switch
- High Safety with Short Circuit Protection
- Supports power detection and classification
- Auto disconnection for over voltage, under voltage or over current
- Plug and Play installation, requires no configuration

Additional Information

Weight 1000.0000
Warranty 1 Year
Launch Date 2011

Product Questions (1)

i am interested in the TP-LINK TLPOE10R POE Splitter. But i have a confusion i would like cleared first.

from the topology shown on page 4 of the user guide, and the specifications shown, the splitter should be able to provide power up to 12v dc to the ethernet device.

However on page 1 of the user manual the 'NOTE' states that:

" TL-POE10R is applicable to the device that has no external connections other than the Ethernet cable"

Please clarify what is meant by "no external connections". it seems obvious that a POE device is there to replace the need for local power source where the ethernet device is installed. But the statement on page 1 has me all confused, since the device would abvously have a power connector (be it from the mains OR the splitter) in addition to the ethernet cable.

Thus better be safe than sorry.
p.s. great site

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