Welcome to the PoE Texas Manual for the GBT-12v60w POE ++ (802.3BT) Splitter
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone +1-512-479-0317.
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- 1 X 802.3bt (POE++) to 12 volt 60 watt DC splitter
- 2x side mount tabs
Additional items you’ll need not included:
1 – Screws for mounting
2 – 802.3 bt Compatible POE Switch or Midspan Injector
3 – Home run cable from POE Switch or Injector to GBT-12V60W
4- DC wire to connect to 12 volt device.
- Looking for a solution? Try our DC-21MM DC wire lead to a 2.1mm x 5.5mm DC connector (fits most 12 volt devices)
The GBT-12v60w is a PoE Splitter/ Converter. The purpose send 40-57 volts POE ++ to the input and allow GBT-12V60W to convert this PoE power to 12 volts 60 watts for a DC powered device, with Gigabit data available on the LAN port.
This unit must be used with 802.3bt compliant PoE switch or injector, capable of providing at least 60 watts on the PoE output (4 pair PoE). Designed for Indoor use only.
- Use a patch cable to run from your powering equipment to this wall mounted splitter and simply mount it near the 12 volt DC device your powering.
- Plug your PoE cable to the ‘PoE’ port on GBT-12v60w.
- Using your existing DC cable (or cable purchased from us –DC-21MM) hard wire into GBT-12v60w —[Red is (+) on the left, White is ground on the middle, and Black is (-)on the right] see below.
- Use a patch cable to connect from LAN on the splitter to LAN on your powered device.
There is no configuration necessary with this device. Simply plug it in.
The green LED indicates power on. If the light turns blue, it indicates the device is drawing more than 60 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 PoE 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 in line with the end device to monitor power consumption.
Please contact us at email@example.com (512-479-0317) if you have any questions or need help troubleshooting.
|Connector Types||RJ45 x 2 (PoE In / Data Out); Phoenix Connector|
|Data + PoE Ports||1 (Input)|
|Data Ports||1 (Output)|
|Dimensions||9.6 X 6.1 X 2.25 Inches|
|Input Voltage Range||40-57v DC|
|LEDs Per Port||2 (Power and Active Indicators)|
|Max Amps Per Kit||4.5 Amps|
|Max Power for Kit||60W|
|Mount Type||Wall Mount|
|Operating Humidity||10% to 90% Non-Condensing|
|Operating Temperature Range||0 to 40°C|
|Output Voltage||12 volts|
|PoE Mode/Pinout||Mode A (-1,2 +3,6) Mode B (+4,5 -7,8)|
|PoE Standard||IEEE 802.3bt|
|Power Input||40-57v PoE|
|Storage Temperature||-20C to 70C|