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GBT-NUC Installation Manual

 

Welcome to the PoE Texas Manual for the GBT-NUC!

The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new PoE NUC Lid.

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 service@poetexas.com.  Phone +1-512-479-0317. 

Or you’re always welcome to leave questions or comments on our product pages: GBT-NUC.

What’s Inside

PARTS LIST: GBT-NUC

  • 1 X Gen 7 Form Factor NUC Lid
  • 1 X Gen 8 & 10 Form Factor NUC Lid
  • 1 X IEEE 802.3bt/uPoE Adapter
  • 1 X Ethernet Patch Cable
  • 1 X Power Patch Cable

You have everything you need to fit most models of the NUC.

 

GENERAL INSTALLATION

 

Besides the GBT-NUC kit, you will need the right kind of PoE installed. NUC’s can draw a fair amount of power, so you really need an IEEE802.3bt or uPoE switch or injector.  For example, you can use our BT-1-55v60w-IN, which is our indoor IEEE 802.3bt dual signature injector you can find on yourfavorite sales channel.  This injector allows you to add IEEE 802.3bt power to any PoE or non-PoE switch.


Otherwise, yes, you can use your Cisco uPoE devices, and we have notes in the configuration section on how to configure the port for the POE NUC lid. 

Put it together:

The installation is simple and fast to accomplish. The hardest step is making sure you have the right lid model installed on your adapter.  Let me show you how it’s done. 


The form factor information is in the part number.  Flip it over and check outthe part number.  Find the first “i” then the number before that is the model number you need for the lid.  In this case, it is the “8”.  Simply check whether the underside lid is labeled with the same number, “7” or “8”.  If you have the wrong lid on, no problem!  Simply unscrew the lid and screw on the correct lid.

The installation is simple and fast to accomplish. The hardest step is making sure you have the right lid model installed on your adapter.  Let me show you how it’s done. 

  • The form factor information is in the part number.  Flip it over and check outthe part number.  Find the first “i” then the number before that is the model number you need for the lid.  In this case, it is the “8”.  Simply check whether the underside lid is labeled with the same number, “7” or “8”.  If you have the wrong lid on, no problem!  Simply unscrew the lid and screw on the correct lid.

  • Now, remove the lid from your NUC. Look for these little openings, and gently start pulling up.

  • Now, the next thing to consider are these funny rubber pads.  These are your thermal pads.  They help manage the heat from the NUC lid.  Simply place these in these configurations depending which NUC lid model you have.

  • Then, gently place the lid on your NUC.  Once it’s in place, a little pressure will clip the lid on.

 

  • Finally, use the included patch cable to connect the LAN port to the ethernet port of your NUC and the DC power cable to the DC port of the NUC.  And you’re ready to connect the power to the PoE port.  Your NUC should start to boot right away.

CONFIGURATION

Configuring Your GBT-Nuc

You’re not required to do any configuration with IEEE 802.3bt switches and injectors. The PoE NUC lid will work right away.   Cisco uPoE switches do require some configuration on the switch to enable the right PoE for the PoE NUC Lid.

 

However, if you’re using Windows, there’s a best practice we’ve found I like to do.  Simply type “Power & Sleep settings” in the search bar at the bottom.  Select “Additional Power Settings”.  “ChangePower Settings”.  Choose the “Balanced” settings to keep the NUC from spiking power.

    Technical Specifications

    Product Specifications

    Certifications CE, RoHS, FCC
    Data + PoE Ports 1
    Data Ports 1
    Data Rate 10/100/1000
    DC connector 5.5 x 2.5
    Max Power for Kit 60 watts
    Mount Type NUC Lid for Gen 7, 8, and 10 form factors
    PoE Standards Supported uPoE (Four Pair PoE) and IEEE 802.3bt dual signature

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    BT-1-55V60W; BT-1-55V60W-IN

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    802.3bT PoE Injectors

    Welcome to the PoE Texas Manual for the BT-1-55v60w-IN that cost effectively upgrades any non-PoE or PoE port to IEEE 802.3bt and 60 watts!

    The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new Power Over Ethernet Midspan. 

    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 service@poetexas.com.  Phone +1-512-479-0317.

    Or you’re always welcome to leave questions or comments on our product pages: BT-1-55V60W, & BT-1-55v60w-IN.

    What’s Inside

    BT-1-55v60w

    PARTS LIST:

    • 1 X Midspan Injector with built in 6KV Surge Protection (designed for indoor use only)
    • 1 X AC Power Cable

     

    Additional items you’ll need not included:

    1 – Screws for mounting

    2 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

    BT-1-55v60w-IN

     

    PARTS LIST:

    • 1 X Midspan Injector (without surge protection- designed for indoor usage only)
    • 1 X AC Power Cable

     

    Additional items you’ll need not included:

    1 – Screws for mounting

    2 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

    General Installation

    A midspan like the BT-1-55v60w & BT-1-55v60w-IN are a simple device to add on to a network port, and the purpose is to add or increase the PoE of that port without having to upgrade or pick a less optimal switch.

    With this wall mounted device, simply mount it near the networking switch you’d like to pair it with.  Then, using a short Ethernet patch cable from the switch’s data port to the LAN port on the PoE midspan.   Then the POE port adjacent to the LAN port will now have that IEEE 802.3bt (60 watts) power budget and up to gigabit pass through data.

    The BT-1-55v60w is also surge protected, so, while it cannot be mounted outdoor, you can connect it to outdoor devices with confidence.  In order to make the surge protection fully functional, you will need to properly ground the connector on the side of the device.

    Not sure what grounding is?  Panduit has some great graphics around grounding.

    CONFIGURATION

    There is no configuration necessary with this device.  Simply plug it in.

    • The green LED indicates power on and drawing less than 30 watts.  If the light turns blue, it indicates the port is drawing more than 30 watts of power.   
    • If the green light begins to blink at any time, it could indicate there is a short in the circuit or a compatibility issue.

     

    STEPS TO TROUBLESHOOT:

    1 – At the injector, disconnect the PoE port from your device.  Use a PoE Tester to confirm the device is able to power on using a short jumper cable.

    2 – At the other end of the network cable to your device, disconnect the device and use the PoE Tester to confirm it is able to negotiate PoE.

    3 – Connect the PoE Tester to the end device to monitor power consumption.

     

    If you’re able to power on the device with the PoE Tester inline, it’s likely a compatibility issue.  Please contact us at service@poetexas.com to find you the right solution.

    Technical Specifications

    Product Specifications

    AC Plug Connector Type C14
    Adapter length 3 ft
    Certifications UL/CE/FCC
    Data + PoE Ports 1
    Data Ports 1
    Data Rate Gigabit
    Dimensions

    6KV Model – 7.6 x 3.3 x 1.6 in.

    Indoor Model – 6 x 2.6 x 1.4 in.

    Display Type LED – Green (802.3at) ; Blue (802.3bt)
    IEC Protection Class IP 40
    Input Frequency Range 50/60 Hz
    Input voltage 100 – 240 VAC
    Load Regulation 6KV Surge Protection on Select model as indicated (BT-1-55V60W)
    Max Current 1.1 Amps
    Max Power for Kit 60 Watts
    Max Voltage 55 volts
    Max. Amps Per Port 1.1 Amps
    Mount Type Wall
    Operating Humidity 20% to 80%
    Operating Temperature Range 0 – 40C
    Output Voltage 55 volts
    PoE Method IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at, IEEE 802.3bt
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)/Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)

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    POE-12; POE-16; POE-24

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    Rack Mount Injector Series Installation Manual for POE-12, POE-16, and POE-24

    Welcome to the Manual for POE Texas Passive (100mbps) POE Injector Series. This series of Injectors cost effectively upgrades any non-PoE switch or PoE switch to 30 watt passive PoE!

    The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new Power Over Ethernet Midspan.

    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 service@poetexas.com.  Phone +1-512-479-0317.

    What’s Inside

    POE-12

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

     

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    •  POE-12-24V60W [Includes 24 volt 2.5 Amp Power Supply]
    •  POE-12-24V120W [Includes 24 volt 2.5 Amp Power Supply]
    • POE-12-48V60W [Includes 48 volt 1.25 Amp Power Supply]
    • POE-12-48V120W [Includes 48 volt 2.5 Amp Power supply]

     

    Additional items you’ll need not included:

    1 – Rack Mount screws 

    2 – Power supply [optional- see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-GURU 512-479-0317.

    POE-16

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

     

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    •  POE-16-24V60W [Includes 24 volt 2.5 Amp Power Supply]
    •  POE-16-24V120W [Includes 24 volt 2.5 Amp Power Supply]
    • POE-16-48V60W [Includes 48 volt 1.25 Amp Power Supply]
    • POE-16-48V120W [Includes 48 volt 2.5 Amp Power supply]

     

    Additional items you’ll need not included:

    1 – Rack Mount screws 

    2 – Power supply [optional- see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-GURU 512-479-0317.

    POE-24

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

     

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    •  POE-24-24V60W [Includes 24 volt 2.5 Amp Power Supply]
    • POE-24-24V120W [Includes 24 volt 2.5 Amp Power Supply]
    • POE-24-48V60W [Includes 48 volt 1.25 Amp Power Supply]
    • POE-24-48V120W [Includes 48 volt 2.5 Amp Power supply]

     

    Additional items you’ll need not included:

    1 – Rack Mount screws 

    2 – Power supply [optional- see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-GURU 512-479-0317.

    General Installation

    POE Injectors are a simple device to add into any network, and the purpose is to add or increase the PoE of your network without having to upgrade or pick a less optimal switch.

    With this wall mounted device, simply mount it near the networking switch you’d like to pair it with.  Then, using a short Ethernet patch cable from the switch’s data port to the LAN port on the PoE midspan.   Then the GPOE port adjacent to the LAN port will now have up to 30 watt potential power budget per port.

    NOTE: a midspan adds PoE to one data port at a time.  So if you connect LAN 1 to a data port on your switch you’ll have Mode A POE on port 1 of the midspan [wait . . . what’s Mode A mean?].  To get POE on port 2, you need to add a patch cable on LAN 2 back to the switch,  And so on.

    Then connect the POE port to your PoE enabled device.

     

    This is a PASSIVE PoE midspan, meaning it DOES NOT negotiate the IEEE 802.3af/at standard before delivering power.   Connecting it to a laptop or other non-PoE device MAY NOT BE SAFE for the network card on your device.

    CONFIGURATION

    There is no configuration necessary with this device.  Simply plug it in.

    The green LED indicates power on.   If the green light begins to blink at any time, it is an indication that one of the POE ports has shorted out or overloaded.

    STEPS:

    1 – Unplug the POE ports one at a time to determine which port is having the issue

    2 – Troubleshoot the port to determine whether the cable or the device is grounded

    Technical Specifications

    POE-12

    Product Specifications

    Data + PoE Ports 12
    Data Ports 12
    Data Rate 10/100
    Dimensions 20x4x1.75 in.
    Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
    Mount Type rack
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    PoE Method Passive
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)
    PoE Standard N/A

    POE-16

    Product Specifications

    Data + PoE Ports 16
    Data Ports 16
    Data Rate 10/100
    Dimensions 20x4x1.75 in.
    LEDs Per Port 1
    Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
    Mount Type rack
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range 0-65C
    OperatingTemperature Range 0-50C
    PoE Method Passive
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)
    PoE Standard N/A
    Power Input 2.1mm DC, screw termin.al
    Weight (metric) 26oz

    POE-24

    Product Specifications

    Data + PoE Ports 24
    Data Ports 24
    Data Rate 10/100
    Dimensions 20x4x1.75 in.
    Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
    Mount Type rack
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    PoE Method Passive
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)
    Power Input 2.1mm DC, screw terminal

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    AT-4; AT-8; AT-16; AT-24

    AT-4; AT-8; AT-16; AT-24

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    AT Injector Series Installation Manual

    Welcome to the Manual for POE Texas Active (Mode A) AT Injector Series. This series of Injectors cost effectively upgrades any non-PoE switch or PoE switch to 30 watt active PoE!

    The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new Power Over Ethernet Midspan. 

    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 service@poetexas.com.  Phone +1-512-479-0317.

    What’s Inside

    AT-4

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    •  AT-4-48V30W [Includes 48 volt 0.625 Amp Power Supply]
    • AT-4-48V60W [Includes 48 volt 1.25 Amp Power Supply]
    • AT-4-48V120W [Includes 48 volt 2.5 Amp Power Supply]
    • AT-4-56V60W [Includes 56 volt 1 Amp Power Supply]
    • AT-4-56V120W [Includes 56 volt 2 Amp Power supply]

     

    Additional items you’ll need not included:

    1 – Screws for mounting on a wall (optional)

    2 – Power supply [see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-Shifu 512-479-0317.

    AT-8

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    • AT-8-48V60W [Includes 48 volt 1.25 Amp Power Supply]
    • AT-8-48V120W [Includes 48 volt 2.5 Amp Power Supply]
    • AT-8-56V120W [Includes 56 volt 2 Amp Power supply]

     

    Additional items you’ll need not included:

    1 – Screws for wall mounting [optional]

    2 – Power supply [optional- see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-Shifu 512-479-0317.

    AT-16

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

     

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    • AT-16-48V120W [Includes 48 volt 2.5 Amp Power Supply]
    • AT-16-56V240W [Includes (2x) 56 volt 2 Amp Power supply]

     

    Additional items you’ll need not included:

    1 – Rack Mount screws

    2 – Power supply [optional- see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-Shifu 512-479-0317.

    AT-24

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    • AT-24-56V240W [Includes (2x) 56 volt 2 Amp Power supply]

     

    Additional items you’ll need not included:

    1 – Rack Mount screws 

    2 – Power supply [optional- see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-Shifu 512-479-0317.

    General Installation

    POE Injectors are a simple device to add into any network, and the purpose is to add or increase the PoE of your network without having to upgrade or pick a less optimal switch.

    With this wall mounted device, simply mount it near the networking switch you’d like to pair it with.  Then, using a short Ethernet patch cable from the switch’s data port to the LAN port on the PoE midspan.   Then the POE port adjacent to the LAN port will now have up to 30 watt potential power budget per port.

    NOTE: a midspan adds PoE to one data port at a time.  So if you connect LAN 1 to a data port on your switch you’ll have Mode A POE on port 1 of the midspan [wait . . . what’s Mode A mean?].  To get POE on port 2, you need to add a patch cable on LAN 2 back to the switch,  And so on.

    Then connect the POE port to your PoE enabled device.

     

    This is a ACTIVE PoE midspan, meaning it negotiates the IEEE 802.3af/at standard before delivering power.   Connecting it to a laptop or other non-PoE device is SAFE for the network card on your device.

    CONFIGURATION

    There is no configuration necessary with this device.  Simply plug it in.

    The green LED indicates power on.   If the green light begins to blink at any time, it is an indication that one of the POE ports has shorted out or overloaded.

    STEPS:

    1 – Unplug the POE ports one at a time to determine which port is having the issue

    2 – Troubleshoot the port to determine whether the cable or the device is grounded

    Technical Specifications

    AT-4

    Product Specifications

    Data + PoE Ports 4
    Data Ports 4
    Data Rate Gigabit
    Dimensions 4x3x1 in.
    Max. Amps Per Port 1.25
    Mount Type wall
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    PoE Method Passive
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (1,2- 3,6+)
    Power Input 2.1mm DC

    AT-8

    Product Specifications

    Certifications N/A
    Data + PoE Ports 8
    Data Ports 8
    Data Rate Gigabit
    Dimensions 8x4x1 in.
    Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
    Mount Type wall
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    PoE Method Active
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)
    PoE Standard IEEE 802.3at
    Power Input

    2.1 mm DC and Phoenix Connector 1840382

    44-57 volt Input range

    Weight 0.39

     

    AT-16

    Product Specifications

    Certifications N/A
    Data + PoE Ports 16
    Data Ports 16
    Data Rate Gigabit
    Dimensions 19x2x1.75 in.
    LEDs Per Port 1
    Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
    Mount Type Rack
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    Input Voltage 44 volts to 56 volts
    PoE Configurable Per Port No
    PoE Method Active
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)
    PoE Standard IEEE 802.3at
    Power Input

    2.1 mm DC and Phoenix Connector 1840382

    Weight 2.1 lbs

     

    AT-24

    Product Specifications

    Certifications N/A
    Data + PoE Ports 24
    Data Ports 24
    Data Rate Gigabit
    Dimensions 19x2x1.75 in.
    LEDs Per Port 1
    Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
    Mount Type Rack
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    Input Voltage 44 volts to 56 volts
    PoE Configurable Per Port No
    PoE Method Active
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)
    PoE Standard IEEE 802.3at
    Power Input 2.1 mm DC and Phoenix Connector 1840382
    Weight 2.1 lbs

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    GPOE-12AB; GPOE-16AB; GPOE-16A; GPOE-24B

    GPOE-12AB; GPOE-16AB; GPOE-16A; GPOE-24B

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    Gigabit Rack Mount Injector Series Installation Manual – GPOE-12AB; GPOE-16AB; GPOE-16A; GPOE-24B

    Welcome to the Manual for POE Texas Passive Gigabit (1000mbps) POE Injector Series. This series of Injectors cost effectively upgrades any non-PoE switch or PoE switch to 30 watt passive PoE!

    The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new Power Over Ethernet Midspan. 

    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 service@poetexas.com.  Phone +1-512-479-0317.

    What’s Inside

    GPOE-12AB

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    •  GPOE-12AB-24V60W [Includes 24 volt 2.5 Amp Power Supply]
    •  GPOE-12AB-24V120W [Includes 24 volt 5 Amp Power Supply]
    • GPOE-12AB-48V60W [Includes 48 volt 1.25 Amp Power Supply]
    • GPOE-12AB-48V120W [Includes 48 volt 2.5 Amp Power supply]
    • GPOE-12AB-56V120W [Includes 56 volt 2 Amp Power supply]

    Additional items you will need that are not included:

    1 – Rack Mount screws

    2 – Power supply [optional- see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-GURU 512-479-0317.

     

    GPOE-16AB

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

     

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    •  GPOE-16AB-24V120W [Includes 24 volt 5 Amp Power Supply]

    Additional items you will need that are not included:

    1 – Rack Mount screws

    2 – Power supply [optional- see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-GURU 512-479-0317.

    GPOE-16A

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    • GPOE-16A-48V120W [Includes 48 volt 2.5 Amp Power supply]
    • GPOE-16A-48V240W [Includes (2x) 48 volt 2.5 Amp Power supply]
    • GPOE-16A-56V120W [Includes 56 volt 2 Amp Power supply]

    Additional items you will need that are not included:

    1 – Rack Mount screws 

    2 – Power supply [optional- see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-GURU 512-479-0317.

    GPOE-24B

    We do offer this injector with a variety of power supplies so you can select a power supply to fit your application needs.

     

    AVAILABLE POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS:

    • GPOE-24B-24V240W [Includes (2x) 24 volt 5 Amp Power supply]
    • GPOE-24B-48V240W [Includes (2x) 48 volt 2.5 Amp Power supply]
    • GPOE-24B-56V240W [Includes (2x) 56 volt 2 Amp Power supply]

    Additional items you’ll need not included:

    1 – Rack Mount screws 

    2 – Power supply [optional- see available options above]

    3 – Patch cables to the switch and home run cables to the device

     

    NEED HELP PICKING A POWER SUPPLY?  USE OUR POE CALCULATOR TO CREATE A POWER BUDGET OR CONTACT A POE-GURU 512-479-0317.

    General Installation

    POE Injectors are a simple device to add into any network, and the purpose is to add or increase the PoE of your network without having to upgrade or pick a less optimal switch.

    With this wall mounted device, simply mount it near the networking switch you’d like to pair it with.  Then, using a short Ethernet patch cable from the switch’s data port to the LAN port on the PoE midspan.   Then the GPOE port adjacent to the LAN port will now have up to 30 watt potential power budget per port.

    The GPOE-12AB, GPOE-16AB and GPOE-12B offer ‘Mode B’ power input options. When using 802.3af and 802.3at devices (44-57 volt), ‘Mode A’ or ‘Mode B’ are both compatible.

    **When using 24 volt power supply for products like Ubiquiti and Mikrotik, you will want to use the ‘Mode B’ option for power input.

    NOTE: a midspan adds PoE to one data port at a time.  So if you connect LAN 1 to a data port on your switch you’ll have Mode A POE on port 1 of the midspan [wait . . . what’s Mode A mean?].  To get POE on port 2, you need to add a patch cable on LAN 2 back to the switch,  And so on.

    Then connect the POE port to your PoE enabled device.

     

    This is a ACTIVE PoE midspan, meaning it negotiates the IEEE 802.3af/at standard before delivering power.   Connecting it to a laptop or other non-PoE device is SAFE for the network card on your device.

    CONFIGURATION

    There is no configuration necessary with this device.  Simply plug it in.

    The green LED indicates power on.   If the green light begins to blink at any time, it is an indication that one of the POE ports has shorted out or overloaded.

    STEPS:

    1 – Unplug the POE ports one at a time to determine which port is having the issue

    2 – Troubleshoot the port to determine whether the cable or the device is grounded

    Technical Specifications

    GPOE-12AB

    Product Specifications

    Data + PoE Ports 12
    Data Ports 12
    Data Rate Gigabit
    Dimensions 20x4x1.75 in.
    Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
    Mount Type rack
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    PoE Method Passive
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)/Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)
    Power Input 2.1mm DC x2

     

    GPOE-16AB

    Product Specifications

    Data + PoE Ports 16
    Data Ports 16
    Data Rate Gigabit
    Dimensions 20x4x1.75 in.
    Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
    Mount Type rack
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    PoE Method Passive
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)/Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)
    Power Input 2.1mm DC x2

     

    GPOE-16A

    Product Specifications

    Data + PoE Ports 16
    Data Ports 16
    Data Rate Gigabit
    Dimensions 20x4x1.75 in.
    Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
    Mount Type rack
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    PoE Method Passive
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)
    Power Input 2.1mm DC x2

     

    GPOE-24B

    Product Specifications

    Certifications UL/CE/FCC
    Data + PoE Ports 24
    Data Ports 24
    Data Rate Gigabit
    Dimensions 20x4x1.75 in.
    Max Amps Per Kit 2.5 Amps
    Max Power for Kit 240 Watts
    Max. Amps Per Port 650 mA
    Mount Type rack
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    Input Voltage 18-57 volts
    PoE Method Passive
    PoE Mode/Pinout Mode B (+4,5,-7,8)
    Power Input 2.1mm DC x2

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    GAF-Lightning-PD Installation Manual

     

    Welcome to the PoE Texas Manual for the GAF-Lightning-P+D that gives you wired Power and Data!
    The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new Power Over Ethernet Splitter. 
    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 service@poetexas.com.  Phone +1-512-479-0317.
    Or you’re always welcome to leave questions or comments on our product page: GAF-Lightning-P+D.

    What’s Inside

    PARTS LIST:

    • 1 X POE Splitter (Power + Data in 1 cable)

     

    GENERAL INSTALLATION

     

    Your new PoE splitter 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 two M3 sized mounting brackets to secure the device to a wall or surface.

     

    Once it is in place, simply follow these steps in order:

    1 – Plug the RJ-45 end into an IEEE 802.3af PoE or 48-56 volt passive Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) with a data source

    2 – Ensure the iPad is on and log in

    3 – Plug the lightning connector into the iPad

    The device will automatically set up the network connection with an iPad and begin charging.  To confirm that, go to the General settings tab and look for the <…> symbol next to Ethernet.

     

    In case you iPad loses its connection due to a reboot or an update follow these steps:

    RECONNECTING DATA TO YOUR IPAD.

    Take Care Handling the Lightning Connector

    To allow our product to be installed in enclosures and tight spaces, we have designed the lightning head at a right angle.  However, that tight design does make the head easier to break if twisted in or out of the iPad. 

     

    To insert the connector into the iPad:

    • Grasp the top an bottom between your pointer finger and thumb
    • Push straight in and pull straight out

    Damaging the Lightning Connector

    Twisting or jerking the lightning connector out to the side will damage the lighting connector.  At best, it will become intermittent.

    At worst, the lightning connector will come out completely.

     

    • Do not remove by pulling on the cord
    • Do not lever side to side

     

    Thank you for your care with this product!

    Getting the Unlock iPad to Use Accessories warning?  

    We’ll fix that in the configuration below.

    CONFIGURATION

    Configuring Your iPad for Wired Data

    There are a couple easy steps for configuring your iPad to get the best results when working with wired data.

    First, we’re going to enable USB devices to allow charging even when the iPad is “off” or the screen is locked.  

    If you you don’t have the most up to date iOS software, take this time to update to iOS 12.2 or later.  Otherwise, it will prevent any connected device from charging or communicating with it after the screen has been locked for an hour.  Here’s how to fix that:

     

    • Navigate to the Settings tab
    • Select Face ID & Passcode
    • Ensure the USB Accessories button is toggled to “On” meaning you see the green

    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

    In case of a reboot or shut down of the iPad, some iPad models will not reconnect the data connection of the GAF-Lightning-PD to the iPad.

    • Simply log into the iPad,
    • Disconnect the lightning connector to the iPad
    • Cycle on the PoE port either by disconnecting the network cable or cycling power through the PoE management.
    • Once you reconnect, your iPad will re-establish communications.

    If you have remote control of your PoE ports, have someone log into the iPad, then reboot the PoE port.  It may require 2 reboots to reestablish connection.

    The splitter will auto-configure the IP settings to default as soon as you connect it up including Dynamic IP addressing.

     

    You can now update these settings with these steps:

    Technical Specifications

    Product Specifications

    Cable connector length 3 Feet
    Cable connectors Lightning Male
    Data + PoE Ports 1 (Input)
    Data Rate 10/100
    Dimensions 6x1x1.5 in.
    Input voltage 44 volts to 57 volts
    LEDs Per Port 1 Green (power) / 1 Yellow (Data)
    Max Power for Kit 10 Watts
    Max Voltage 5 Volts (output)
    Mount Type Wall Mount tabs
    Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
    Operating Temperature Range -10 – 60C
    Output Voltage 5 Volts
    PoE Standard IEEE 802.3af

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    POE-PiHat INSTALLATION MANUAL

     

    Welcome to the PoE Texas Manual for the POE-PiHat!

     

    The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new Power Over Ethernet Adapter. 

    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 service@poetexas.com.  Phone +1-512-479-0317.

    Or you’re always welcome to leave questions or comments on our product pages: POE-PiHat.

    What’s Inside

    PARTS LIST: POE-PiHat

    • 1 X POE ADAPTER

     

    No, unfortunately, this doesn’t come with a case, however it fits most new cases including the official one.

      General Installation

      Your new PoE hat is designed to be simple to install and set up.  Simply orient the correct pins on the Pi, then press it down fully.

      And that’s it.  Once it is in place, simply plug the RJ-45 end into a 48-56 volt passive Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) with a data source, and the Pi will start to power up automatically.

      **Please note that the PiHat is rated for 12.9 watts.  If you plan to load down the process or and plug devices into all the USB ports, you might find you draw closer to 15 watts.  For that, we recommend our GAT-5v20w with a microUSB connector.

      CONFIGURATION

      There is no configuration necessary with this device.  Simply plug it in and follow the installation instructions.

      Technical Specifications

      Product Specifications

      Certifications CE, FCC
      Connector Types Two 4 pin x 1 mm
      Data Rate 10/100/1000
      Dimensions 2 5/8″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/4″
      Efficiency 90%
      Max Current 270 mA
      Mount Type Board Mounted
      Operating Temperature Range 10-90% non condensing
      OperatingTemperature Range 0 – 40C
      Output Voltage 5 volt
      PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A
      PoE Standard IEEE 802.3af
      Weight 1 oz

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      GAF-PiHat INSTALLATION MANUAL

       

      Welcome to the PoE Texas Manual for the GAF-PiHat!

       

      The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new Power Over Ethernet Adapter. 

      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 service@poetexas.com.  Phone +1-512-479-0317.

      Or you’re always welcome to leave questions or comments on our product pages: GAF-PiHat.

      What’s Inside

      PARTS LIST: GAF-PiHat

      • 1 X PoE Adapter for Raspberry Pi 3B+ and 4
      • 1x Heat guard

       

      No, unfortunately, this doesn’t come with a case, however it fits most new cases including the official one.

        General Installation

        Your new PoE hat is designed to be simple to install and set up.  Simply orient the correct pins on the Pi, then press it down fully. 

        And that’s it.  Once it is in place, simply plug the RJ-45 end into an IEEE 802.3af PoE or 48-56 volt passive Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) with a data source, and the Pi will start to power up automatically. 

        Please note that the PiHat is rated for 12.9 watts.  If you plan to load down the process or and plug devices into all the USB ports, you might find you draw closer to 15 watts.  For that, we recommend our GAT-5v20w with a microUSB connector.

        CONFIGURATION

        There is no configuration necessary with this device.  Simply plug it in and follow the installation instructions.

        Technical Specifications

        Product Specifications

        Certifications CE, FCC
        Connector Types Two 4 pin x 1 mm
        Data Rate 10/100/1000
        Dimensions 2 5/8″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/4″
        Efficiency 90%
        Max Current 270 mA
        Mount Type Board Mounted
        Operating Temperature Range 10-90% non condensing
        OperatingTemperature Range 0 – 40C
        Output Voltage 5 volt
        PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A
        PoE Standard IEEE 802.3af
        Weight 1 oz

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        GPOE-EXTENDER INSTALLATION MANUAL

        Welcome to the PoE Texas Manual for the Extender Line of Products!

        The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new Power Over Ethernet Extender.

        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 service@poetexas.com.  Phone +1-512-479-0317.

        Or you’re always welcome to leave questions or comments on our product page: GPOE-Extender

         

        If you’d like to learn more about our Extender Line of Switches that allow you to extend to multiple devices on one network cable, check out these products: GPOES-EX2005 and GPOES-EX2005-IP67

        What’s Inside

        PARTS LIST: GPOE-Extender

        • 1 X Extender
        • 2 X IP67 glands [required use for proper install]

        Key Features:

        • IEEE 802.3bt Dual Signature, IEEE 802.3at and af compliant
        • 10/100/1000 Mbps Data Rate
        • IP67 rated for outdoor use; water resitant- DO NOT submerge in water [not water proof]

        General Installation

        Your new GPOE-Extender is designed to be simple to install and set up. This unit is designed for indoor and outdoor use. If using outdoors, the unit is water resitant but not water proof, meaning the unit can withstand rain and snow but do NOT submerge the GPOE-Extender in water or other liquids. 

         

        To install your GPOE-Extender, place the extender inline after your PoE switch or injector (PSE) within a 100m (300 ft) distance from the PSE.  Using a second category cable to run to a second GPOE-Extender or to your powered device within 100m. Please see the diagram below for distance placement. 

         

        To properly install the GPOE-EXTENDER the IP67 Glands MUST be used on the input and output side of the extender. Use sissors to cut through the gland and wrap the gland around the base of the category cable. Insert the gland into the GPOE-Extender and cover with the metal protector by screwing on. This will assure your extender stays water resistant. For more detail on the install, please watch our youtube video below. Failure to properly install the glands with outdoor usage will lead to water leaks, voiding the warranty on the unit.

        CONFIGURATION

        There is no configuration necessary with this device.  Simply plug it in and follow the installation instructions.

        OR Call a PoE Shifu for assistance +1(512)479-0317

        Technical Specifications

        Product Specifications

        Certifications IEEE 802.3af (PoE), IEEE 802.3at (PoE+), IEEE 802.3bt (PoE++) RoHS Compliant
        Data + PoE Ports 2
        Data Rate 10/100/1000
        Dimensions 209 mm x 53 mm x 37.5 mm
        IP Rating IP67
        Load Regulation 6KV
        Max Power for Kit 60 Watts
        Max. Amps Per Port 1.1Amp
        Mount Type Wall
        Operating Humidity 20%-80% Non-Condensing
        Operating Temperature Range -40 to 65 C
        Output Voltage 55v (Typical)
        PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A
        PoE Standard IEEE 802.3bt
        PoE Standards Supported IEEE 802.3af/at/bt
        Power Input 44 – 57 volts POE
        Storage Temperature -40 to 85 C
        Weight 13.9 oz

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        Welcome to the PoE Texas Manual for the GBT-4-IW!

        The purpose of the manual is to help you quickly and effectively navigate the installation and functions of your new PoE Inwall Switch. 

        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 service@poetexas.com.  Phone +1-512-479-0317.

        Or you’re always welcome to leave questions or comments on our product pages: GBT-4-IW.

        What’s Inside

        PARTS LIST: GBT-4-IW

        • 1 X Inwall Switch
        • 2 X Screws for mounting into gang box
        • 1 X front cover plate

        **It does not include a gang box.

        General Installation

        Put it together:

        You can connect any non-PoE, PoE (12 watt), or PoE+ (25 watt) device up to the power budgets listed above based on your PoE switch.

        CONFIGURATION

        There’s nothing to configure.  The GBT-4-IW will automatically network with your infrastructure to receive IP addresses and network protocols.

        Technical Specifications

        Product Specifications

        Certifications CE, FCC, RoHS
        Data + PoE Ports 4
        Data Ports 1
        Data Rate Gigabit
        Dimensions Single Gang US Box
        Display Type Blue LED Status Indicator
        Input Voltage Range 44-56 volts through Uplink Port
        Max Power for Kit 60 watts total
        Mount Type In-wall
        Operating Humidity 5% to 90%
        Operating Temperature Range -10 – 45C
        PoE Method IEEE 802.3bt/4PPoE (Uplink) / IEEE 802.3af LAN
        PoE Mode/Pinout Mode A (-1,2 +3,6)/Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)
        PoE Standard Injector: Passive 4 Pair PoE / Switch IEEE 802.3bt and IEEE 802.3af
        PoE Standards Supported Single Signature IEEE 802.3bt Type 4

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