Welcome to the Beta Room, our home for products still in development. Items in The Beta Room range from prototypes to products that will launch soon. There may also be a few items we're just trying out.

Whatever the status, you can rest assured that every product is covered by our standard 30-day return policy and one-year replacement warranty.

So look around and try things out, and if you have any feedback on a Beta product, then please let us know.  

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Beta Product!
PoE Port Activator Beta
PoE Port Activator Beta

Accessories

$19.99
PoE Port Activator Beta

PoE Port Activator Beta

$19.99

Quickly Turn On PoE for Any Port A must-have companion for IT pro's: So you find yourself installing a camera or Wifi Access Point that will just not power up.  If only you could quickly determine whether the PoE port was working, whether the camera was working, or whether it was a compatibility issue.  Just by flipping the switch the PoE Port ...


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AT-Extender-Beta

AT-Extender-Beta

$24.99

10/100 Active, Power Over Ethernet Extender (Requires an 802.3af PoE Switch or Injector) Power IP cameras, desktop phones, WiFi access points, or other low voltage devices with an in-line range extender. Extend power up to 500 ft (when used inline at 100 meters) at 10/100 fast data speeds using this 802.3at Power over Ethernet (PoE) Extender. T...


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

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

$149.99

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

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

$125.99

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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