Power your Raspberry Pi - or any other 5V/micro-USB powered device - via Ethernet with this IEEE802.3af compliant PoE to 5V/micro-USB splitter/adapter. Simply connect the splitter's input to a network powered by an 802.3af compatible switch/end-span and connect the splitter's outputs to your device's power and Ethernet inputs.
This splitter is IEEE 802.3af compliant. This is the official power over Ethernet standard. The standard uses 48V/15.4W which is converted by the splitter into 5V/10W. Because there is 48V/15.4W going over the Ethernet cable this standard can reach up to 100M distance without losing substantial voltage (as opposed to 'passive' PoE when using 5V/10W). Read more here.
802.3af Power-over-Ethernet can work with network cables that have a resistance of up to 20 ohms per wire (full length). For distances over 20M we therefore advise using sufficient quality CAT5e or CAT6 cable.
Don't have the right cable yet? You can order one here along with your splitter.
- input voltage
- input power
- output voltage
- output power
- 10W max.
- output current
- 1.8A (2A peak)
- RJ-45 (data/network)
- PoE standard
- IEEE 802.3af
- PoE power input indicator light, DC output power indicator light
- operating temp.: 0°~55°C; storage temp.: -20°~70°C; operating humidity: 10%~90%, non-condensing; storage humidity: 10%~95%
*Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation; This PoE kit is compatible with the Raspberry Pi, amongst other micro-USB powered devices; it is not an official product of the Raspberry Pi Foundation