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PowerBox5.00 out of 5
The PowerBox is an outdoor five Ethernet port router with PoE output on four ports. You can use this device to supply power to four PoE capable devices such as our SXT or others.
Since the device has a waterproof outdoor case, you can mount it on a tower, or in other outdoor locations.
The unit has five shielded Ethernet ports, four of which can power other PoE capable devices with the same voltage as applied to the unit (max current out is 1A per port, max total out is 2A). Less power adapters and cables to worry about!
ACMMCX5.00 out of 5
MMCX-Nfemale pigtail cable for adding external antennas. Total length including connectors is 385mm.
48POW5.00 out of 5
48V 1.46A Power Adapter + Power plug
48 to 24V Gigabit PoE Converter5.00 out of 5
This device lets you use any 48V PoE source (including Passive PoE, Telecom PoE, 802.3af and 802.3at) to power RouterBOARD devices.
Simply plug any 48V PoE powered ethernet cable into one port, and any 8-30V capable RouterBOARD device into the other. This device is capable to provide high power output – up to 24W (up to 1A at 24V).
You can power it with virtually any 42-57V PoE solutions available on market today (Passive, Telecom, 802.3af and 802.3at PoE plus supported)
The device is a rugged metallic design, with high quality components and integrated heatsink design. The case also has mounting holes so you can attach it to a wall.
Ethernet shield pins are inside the Ethernet connectors, so that shielded ethernet can be used, to ground either at the converter itself, or at the devices at both ends. Supports 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet.
Note: In case if 803.3af compilant PSE is used, total output power should not exceed 12.95w (limited by the 803.3af standard).
2.4Ghz Dipole5.00 out of 5
Now we offer 2.4Ghz 5dBi Dipole antennas with RPSMA connectors! Take BaseBox2 and simply attach two of those antennas on connectors of BaseBox2 to have 2×2 MIMO 2.4Ghz AP! By this you can have “2.4Ghz OmniTik”, ideal for Outdoor Campus areas, for example, campings or trailer parks. Antennas are waterproof, so you can use BaseBox without top cover if both antennas are properly attached.