If your camera's technical specifications list "802.3af" or "12v, PoE" (meaning standard 48 volts PoE), then select from the options below. If you're not sure, then give us a call.
POE-USBC-Kit
POE-USBC-Kit

Splitter Kit

$91.99
POE-USBC-Kit

POE-USBC-Kit

$91.99

Passive POE to USB Type C Power Delivery with Max output of 41 watts. Separate 10/100/1000 Ethernet Data for Lenovo, HP Laptops, iPad Pro 12.9" and other USB-C Devices.  Product Manual Online: Click Here Passive POE to USBC Splitter Kit with Max output 41 watts.  This USB-C kit powers you to go beyond traditional PoE+. You now have the capabili...


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GBT-12V60W

GBT-12V60W

$89.99

PoE 802.3bt to 12v Splitter. Bring the power of IEEE 802.3bt to a single port PoE splitter. With this product utilize PoE ++ to power 12 volt non-PoE devices at up to 55 watts.  Takes PoE ++ or uPoE power and data from PoE injector or switch, including Cisco switches, and delivers divided 12v power and Gigabit data to non-PoE devices Outputs 12...


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GPOES-5-4AB-48v60w

GPOES-5-4AB-48v60w

$69.99

4 Port Gigabit PoE+ switch for IEEE 802.3at with 48v 60w power supply Instantly upgrade your NVR or network switch to POE. Power up to four IEEE 802.3af or two PoE+ IP cameras, desktop phones, WiFi access points, or other devices up to 328 feet (1 meter) from the source. The GPOES-5-4AB-48v60w PoE switch will output up to 30 watts per port and i...


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C5E-200-Drop-Beta - PoE Drop-In-A-Box

C5E-200-Drop-Beta - PoE Drop-In-A-Box

$133.99

200 Feet of CAT 5E Plenum Rated Cable with All the Accessories for a PoE Drop Proof of Concept: Running a cable seems like an easy enough task, right? Or it should be at least. But, for those of us who have done it once or twice, or a couple hundred times, you might be more familiar with one of the following scenarios:   The Contractor: You’ve ...


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C6-200-Drop-Beta - PoE Drop-In-A-Box

C6-200-Drop-Beta - PoE Drop-In-A-Box

$158.99

200 Feet of CAT 6 Plenum Rated Cable with All the Accessories for a PoE Drop with 10Gbps or 4 Pair PoE Proof of Concept: Running a cable seems like an easy enough task, right? Or it should be at least. But, for those of us who have done it once or twice, or a couple hundred times, you might be more familiar with one of the following scenarios: ...


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