AE Connect offers a range of PoE+ and PoE++ injectors, including the AEIN-PIG301 and
AEIN-PIG901 models, which fully comply with IEEE 802.3af/at and IEEE 802.3af/at/bt
standards, respectively. These midspan power injectors are compatible with PoE+ and
PoE++ PDs, enabling you to expand your network to areas without power lines or outlets.
Ideal for powering devices such as access points, IP cameras, AV encoders, PoE++ LED
lights, kiosks, and IP phones, these Cat6 PoE injectors are the best networking solution.
1. Powers More Devices
Our Gigabit PoE Injectors provide a plug-and-play PoE+ and PoE++ solution with up to
30W/60W/90W of output power transmission capacity. The IEEE 802.3af/at/bt PoE+,
PoE++, and Gigabit speeds of these PoE power injectors allow them to be used in
applications where high bandwidth needs are necessary. Adding more power-hungry PoE
devices to the network is now easier than ever with our midspan PoE injectors..
2. Cost-Efficient Flexibility
Our Gigabit PoE Injectors save installation costs and eliminate the need for dedicated PoE
equipment, allowing a single RJ45 Ethernet cable to carry both power and data to the
connected device. These PoE power injectors free network devices from the restrictions of
power availability by removing the need for a local power source. This reduces cable clutter,
eliminates the need for dedicated electrical outlets in difficult-to-reach places, and cuts down
deployment time. That’s not all, our offering of the AEIN-PIG901 Cat6 PoE injector also
supports 60w of power output, which means you don’t need to buy 60 watt PoE injector or a
60w midspan differently, making it the best choice for future-proofing your network.
3. Reliable Connectivity
Our Gigabit PoE Injectors intelligently communicate the maximum available current with a
Powered Device (PD). This protection feature of our midspan PoE injectors keeps the device
safe from damage by preventing it from powering on if there is not enough current. This
safety feature can also automatically disable the port in the event of an electrical short circuit
or when the current exceeds 350 mA for IEEE 802.3af PoE or 600 mA for IEEE 802.3at