AT-USBC-A-PD – The PoE Convert for USB-C Devices with a USB-A Port for Accessories
Welcome to the PoE Texas Manual for the patent pending AT-USBC-A-PD that gives you wired Power and Data for your USB Type C devices plus a USB-A port for an additional device!
The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new Power Over Ethernet Converter.
Our goal is to make our products as intuitive and simple to use as possible, so we value your feedback and questions directly to us at email@example.com. Phone +1-512-479-0317.
Or you’re always welcome to leave questions or comments on our product page: AT-USBC-A-PD
Your new PoE converter is designed to be simple to install and set up. It is small and light enough to leave “inline” with your network cable.
You may also choose to use the four M3 sized mounting brackets to secure the device to a wall or surface or mount it inside a wall using our In-wall wall bracket.
Once it is in place, simply follow these steps in order:
1 – Plug the RJ-45 end into an IEEE 802.3at PoE (POE+) or 48-56 volt passive Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) with a data source
2 – Ensure the device you’re connecting to is on and logged in
3 – Plug the USB-C connector into the device
The converter will automatically set up the network connection with your device and begin charging. To confirm that, go to the General settings tab or look for the <…> symbol next to Ethernet.
Configuring Your Cisco Enterprise POE Switch for 2 Event PoE Classification
Yeah, I know that’s a mouthful. Here’s the simple translation. Cisco enterprise switches including the 9400 and 9300 models, which is a lot of them, come with a default setting that makes them less compatible PoE+ devices like the GAT-USBC-PD. You’ll know the setting isn’t right because our device won’t power on correctly, and your device won’t charge. How frustrating!
It’s a simple enough fix. You simply need to configure the ports that will power the GAT-USBC-PD to have 2 event classification. You can find the Cisco documentation on how to do that here: CONFIGURE MY SWITCH
Or here are the steps you take after you’ve logged into the terminal.
Switch# configure terminal
Switch(config)# interface gigabitethernet2/0/1
Switch(config-if)# power inline port 2-event
You can still set up your iPad to not automatically lock on a timer. When the screen locks if you would like the screen always on.
- Go to the Settings icon on your iPad
- Select Display & Brightness
- Select Auto Lock
- Set the limit to Never
The splitter will auto-configure the IP settings to default as soon as you connect it up including Dynamic IP addressing.
- Navigate to General Settings, then you’ll see a symbol for the LAN <…>
- Select this and you’ll see the option for PoE Texas LAN, select it
You’ll see your IPV4 IP address information. If it shows “Automatic”, that means your getting a dynamically assigned IP address.
If you’d like to reconfigure the IP address, DNS, and HTTP Proxy settings, you can do that by selecting these options.
The most used option will be fixing your IP address by selecting the “Automatic” button.
For the other networks settings, we’d recommend talking to a service provider or give us a call: 512-479-0317 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Connector Types||USB-C with Power Delivery and Data | USB-A|
|Data Rate||(Input) 10/100/1000 Gigabit / (Output) 10/100 Mbps|
|Data Standard||USB 2.0 (Output)|
|LEDs Per Port||Green (Connection) / Yellow (Activity)|
|Max Power for Kit||25 Watts total|
|Mount Type||Wall or DIN rail (sold separately)|
|Operating Humidity||-10 – 60C|
|Output Voltage||USB-C: 5V,2.6A; 9V,1.78A; 12V,1.34A; 15V,1.37A; 20V,1.15A
USB-A: 5V 1A max
|PoE Method||IEEE 802.3at|
|PoE Standard||IEEE 802.3at|