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Inline PoE tester for PoE Camera Power Over Ethernet, Display from 20v to 56v, Test Powerd Devices and Power Souring Equipment
1. PoE Tester/Detector for passive, 802.3af and 802.3at applications, 10/100/1000 data rates
2. Measures and displays Voltage, Current and Power while allowing full ethernet operatio
3. 2 independent volt meters, test mode B PoE (pins 45, 78) from 20v to 56 volts
4. Test mode A PoE (pins 12, 36) from 20v - 56 volts or DC power supplies from 5v to 56 volts
This PoE tester belongs in every tool kit - great for testing PoE camera, ip phone and wifi installations.
Connect the source to your PoE switch or injector, connect the load to your Camera or Phone, wifi or other 802.3af/3at power device. The tester will display the power used, voltage available, and current flowing.
Diagnose PoE problems with this tool
• you can see how much power any PoE or DC powered device actually needs • you can purchase just the power you need. • Measure available voltage at the remote end of a PoE connected device • observe loss in the Ethernet cable. • Mode A display from 20v to 56 volts • Mode B display from 20v to 56 volts • DC input display from 5v to 56 volts • Measure PoE currents up to 500 ma (28 watts) • Use the 2.1mm DC connectors to measure voltage and current / power in 24, 48 and 56 volt installations • DC current up to 5 amps • 2.1mm to 2.1mm jumper included • Bright LED displays - alternate between Voltage, Current and Power
Yes, it shows the voltage provided by the PSE ( power sourcing equipment) and the power required by the PD ( powered device). In 802.3af or 3at systems, if there is no PD attached, you can turn on the 802.3af switch and cause a PoE switch to turn on. Or, once a PD is attached, it's negotiation profile will pass thru and will activate the switch. Then voltage will be applied and the display will operate. In passive PoE situations, voltage is present with or without a PD.
Will this work with passive poe, e.g. mikrotik or ubiquiti?
Yes, it works with passive and 802.3af automatically , in all pinout combinations
Yes it will - this device measures voltage , current and power which is voltage multiplied by current. There are 4 basic PoE classes Legacy which is early pre-802.11af power 802.11af which provides up to 16 watts to the device 802.11af Enhanced power which supplies up to 19 watts to device and is sometimes called PoE+ 802.11at which supplies 26W to the device and is ALSO called PoE+ The best way to distinguish between the the two POE+ designations is generally 802.11at power will be supplied at 52 volts or greater and enhanced power will be supplied at 51 volts or less.