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TP-LINK TL-PoE150S PoE Injector Adapter with IEEE 802.3af Compliant - Black

Brand - TP-LINK

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£23.00
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IEEE 802.3af compliant Auto-determine the necessary power requirements Gigabit speed support Plug-and-Play, requires no configuration External power adapter supply

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I bought 2 of these to power a pair of GS108 switches. Performance is excellent; I can achieve 100MB/s (yes thats 100MegaBytes/s) from my server to my desktop. That is basically the maximum realistic throughput of a GbE connection.

Powered from a TPLink 24 Port PoE switch.

Mar 15, 2020

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I bought this splitter to power the TP-Link TL-SG105 switch but the connector is too big (it's 5.5mm x 2.1mm). I tried to find an adaptor for this but have no idea which is the right one. What adaptor do i need? I am guessing I need the 3.5mm x 1.35mm one but unsure so I have bought a pack of adaptor tips. I will update once I have the one that fits.

UPDATE: I have found the right jack plug and it is indeed the 5.5x2.1mm to 3.5x1.35mm jack plug converter. I am now powering the TP-Link TL-SG105 switch with the splitter.

Jan 25, 2020

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With a small adaptor on the end of the cable to reduce the side of the jack slightly I am able to use this to power my Philips Hue bridge and it is working perfectly.

Dec 21, 2019

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Amazon Customer Review

We use these in our home offices, each one of us working in our company gets one with their Polycom IP phone.
They work perfectly, injecting the Power Over Ethernet to power up the phone.
Mine is ON 24/7 with no issue.
Simple and it works

Oct 29, 2019

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Essential if you have a device that is POE unaware and also has a gigabit ethernet port, and you want to preserve the gigabit speeds. Passive POE injectors/splitters also probably work and are much cheaper but will only give 100mbps connection (due to using 4 of the 8 wires for power, 4 for data ( gigabit needs 8 for data), and may only work over a shortish ethernet cable due to voltage drop).

If you don't have a switch capable of delivering power (802.3af compatible), then you will also need a power injector that is 802.3af compatible such as the matching tp-link tl-poe150s

I'm using a tl-poe150s and this together to power a Tenda Nova MW6 in a location with no convenient mains socket, and despite the specs saying max 15.4w and the Tenda Nova power supply being 12v at 1.5A (theoretically max 18W) it is working well and delivering the gigabit speeds that I want.

As others have noted the power is not isolated and can cause problems with devices that have other connections (such as a raspberry pi connected to a monitor via hdmi)

Oct 13, 2019

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Great item, connected my poe camera up to this.
This has meant i could just run in a cat5 cable and not have to worry about getting a long power lead or power to the camera location.

Aug 18, 2019

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