DC-DC Passive Power over Ethernet Injector for Ubiquiti
- Convert 802.3af 48V PoE into 24V DC
- 12W output - 12VDC 1A or 24VDC 0.5A switchable
- Short Circuit, Over Current and Reverse/Over Voltage Protection
- High Temperature Operation.
MSTronic's series of DC to DC converters are a low cost and high reliability solution for those needing to maintain power-cycling control over 12 and 24VDC devices running from a 802.3af switch (such as a Cisco PoE switch). In managed networks Ubiquiti's supplied PoE injectors can be problematic for network managers needing to remotely manage the power-cycling of radios. The MIT-22-1224 can be used to convert 802.3af PoE supplied by the managed switch into 24V Passive PoE required by the Ubiquiti device. They accept data-in and PoE from a shielded RJ45 Jack and provide data-out and PoE power on the shielded RJ45 output jack.
Input voltage: 48V PoE 802.3af compliant Output voltage and current: +12V or 24V non-802.3af Maximum load: 1.0A Power: 12W (maximum) Minimum load: 0A Load regular percentage: 5% Line regular percentage: 1% Ripple percentage: 1.5% Noise percentage: 3% Ripple and noise bandwidth: from DC to 20MHz Terminated with 47uF capacitor and 0.1uf MPE capacitor of proper polarity Efficiency: 85% min at 48V DC, input at F.L Short-circuit protected output Short GND terminal to prevent damage to power supply Auto-recovery Input fuse protection Current limit: 150 to 250% at
Mechanical & Environmental Specifications
Operating temperatures: -25 to 50°C Storage temperatures: -25 to 85°C Operating humidity: 5 to 90% Free air cooling Dimensions: 76 x 48 x 27mm Non-isolated I/O Low-battery protection RJ-45 input (data and power) and RJ-45 output (data and power)