TP-Link TL-POE10R PoE Splitter
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- IEEE 802.3af compliant
- Deliver power up to about 328.1 ft (100 m)
- Gigabit ethernet ports
- 5/9/12 V DC power output
- Plug-and-play - require no configuration
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What This Product Does
The PoE Splitter TL-POE10R fully complies with IEEE 802.3af standard, and can work with all IEEE 802.3af PoE compliant PSE (Power Source Equipment) or PoE Supplier Adapter, such as TP-LINK's TL-SF1008P or TL-POE150S, or other equivalent product, to deliver 12V, 9V or 5V Direct Current to where there are no power line or outlet, where you wish to fix device such as AP, IP Camera or IP Phone, etc.
∙ IEEE 802.3af compliant
∙ Delivers power up to 100 meters
∙ Gigabit speed support
∙ Optional 12V DC 9V DC or 5V DC power supply
∙ Plug-and-Play, requires no configuration
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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)
The device is tiny, lightweight and works perfectly: set the switch to 12V (or whatever you need), plug in the Ethernet and power plugs, and you're away.
Dropped one star on the rating for a couple of minor points:
1. No easy mounting point. It's very light and can just hang on the cables, but some keyhole slots would help for a neat installation on the wall.
2. Supplied DC power cable is short with 2.1mm plugs on both ends. This will fit many devices, but for my modem I needed to cut off one of these plugs and solder on a 2.5mm plug instead. Would have been nice to include a multi-adapter like many mains DC power supplies ("wall warts") include.
One thing that remained mocking me was my SmartThings Hub V2. After traveling through forums, I found this POE splitter, that even comes with the right size dc cable in the box.
Took me 60 seconds to unplug my Smartings Hub, throw away the cable, ensure this was switched at 5v, and connect this instead.
Very pleased with this POE Splitter. It's amazing how few things you actually need power cables for once you get a POE switch. So far I have raspberry pis, fingboxes, and smart home hubs all running from poe and not needing any power cables at all.
I have been using this to run my DSL router for a month, freeing up a mains socket. It seems to work fine.
It's cheap, small and effective. Also, if you're wondering, there's a double-ended barrel connector cable in the box, which will work with a lot of devices.
Update on the above. I have had two of these die on me now. One went completely dark, the other continued to pass power, but no longer allowed ethernet through. I have gone with another brand now. I don't intend to buy another of these.