Passive PoE Extender 10/100 Mbps (PoE-EXT-Passive)

Order code: POE-EXT-Passive
Quick code: #1680

This device extends PoE power and data for 100 mtr past the standard. Repeat each 100 meters as needed, max 2 extenders.

Price: For orders (total sum):
11.73$ >0$
11.39$ >500$
11.04$ >1000$
10.70$ >5000$
10.35$ >10000$
  In stock 10 pcs


This device extends PoE power and data for 100 meters past the standard. It allows power to be carried on 10/100 network cables and have that power and data extended another 100 meters. Compatible with Passive PoE switches or injectors with any CAT5e, CAT6 or CAT7 Ethernet network cable.

Intended for use with Ubiquiti, Mikrotik, TP-LINK, Cisco or similar PoE switches – this pass through PoE solution uses some of the power to rebuild each data packet for error free retransmission another 100 meters. It is a compact and cost effective power solution. The PoE source supplies between 15 and 56 volts DC at the source location. 13 watts in delivers 12.5 watts out. Repeat each 100 meters as needed.

24v systems might need 29 volt injector to operate beyond 200 meters if the load is more than 6 watts.  The use of CCA Ethernet  cable is not recommended. The PoE source can send either voltage polarity, and only 2 pairs are required. See AT-Extender for 802.3af applications at greater distances. The device is symmetrical – either side can be used as the input or output.  


Power and data source: RJ 45 PoE in – male or female
Data speed: 10/100 Mbps
Power and data output: RJ45 PoE out – male or female
Input Voltage: Max Up to 57 volts
Power usage: 500 mw, always on
PoE Passthrough: Passive, 10v to 56v , mode A or mode B
Internal power use 500 mw
Operating Temperature: 0°C - 50°C
Ethernet switch IP175G as a 2 port, 802.3u fast low power switch
VLAN Support: Transparent
Size 95 x 24 x 31 mm plus 24 cm Ethernet cable

PoE Power input Pins: Any combination of pins – either polarity – mode A or mode B
PoE Power output Pins: Any combination of pins – either polarity – mode A or mode B

802.3af / 802.3at will not work – please see AT-Extender

LED status on Female RJ45: 2 LEDs – one for each port to show an Ethernet connection