ADP-PSE – PoE+ Power Sourcing Equipment Module

The ADP-PSE is a PoE+ Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) module. It is IEEE802.3at/af compliant with an isolated power supply using synchronous flyback topology. It supports DC input of 9 ~ 30V and 1 Gb/s Ethernet.

Additional information

I/O

1 x RJ45 for connecting to Powered Device, 1 x 12-pin Ethernet header for connecting to MPX-350 or MPX-210D, 1 x 2-pin terminal block for DC power

Power Requirement

DC input 9~30V

Dimensions

2.756" x 1.575" (70.0mm x 49.0mm)

Operating Temperature

-40 ~ 185 °F (-40 ~ 85 °C)

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ 185°F (-40 ~ 85°C)

Global P/N / SKU

1507944

Ordering Options

ADP-PSE (SKU# 1507944):
IEEE802.3at/af compliant with DC input 12V

Ordering Options

ADP-PSE (SKU# 1507944): IEEE802.3at/af compliant with DC input 12V

ADP-PSE – PoE+ Power Sourcing Equipment Module

The ADP-PSE is a PoE+ Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) module. It is IEEE802.3at/af compliant with an isolated power supply using synchronous flyback topology. It supports DC input of 9 ~ 30V and 1 Gb/s Ethernet.

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SKU: 1507944 Tags: Internet of Things (IoT), Surveillance

Additional information

I/O

1 x RJ45 for connecting to Powered Device, 1 x 12-pin Ethernet header for connecting to MPX-350 or MPX-210D, 1 x 2-pin terminal block for DC power

Power Requirement

DC input 9~30V

Dimensions

2.756" x 1.575" (70.0mm x 49.0mm)

Operating Temperature

-40 ~ 185 °F (-40 ~ 85 °C)

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ 185°F (-40 ~ 85°C)

Global P/N / SKU

1507944

Ordering Options

ADP-PSE (SKU# 1507944):
IEEE802.3at/af compliant with DC input 12V

Ordering Options

ADP-PSE (SKU# 1507944): IEEE802.3at/af compliant with DC input 12V

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