UCTRONICS PoE Splitter Gigabit 5V - Micro USB Power and Ethernet to Raspberry Pi 3B+, Work with Echo Dot, Most Micro USB Security Camera and Tablet - IEEE 802.3af Compliant
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- 5V/2.4A & 1000Mbps - Power micro-USB devices via an Ethernet cable, along with gigabit data transfer (which you can put aside if you only need power)
- PoE HAT Alternative - Use no GPIO pins. Compatible with Raspberry Pi case with fan or add-on screen. Support Raspberry Pi 3b+ and previous models
- Extend Powerline - Deliver power to micro USB devices without nearby AC outlets and upgrade them to PoE (Power over Ethernet) from up to 400 feet
- Replace Power Supply - Remove the need for a separate power supply if the Ethernet cable is a must-have for your micro USB devices
- Save Your Time - Plug and play compatibility and quick seller response. NOTE: an 802.3af compliant PoE injector/switch is required to use this device (not included)
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This gigabit PoE splitter is used to supply power and transfer data to micro USB devices like RPi 3B+ via a single Ethernet cable with the help of an IEEE 802.3af compliant switch or injector. You don't need a separate power supply anymore. It uses no GPIO pins and is thus compatible with any 3b+ case with a fan or add-on 3b+ screen. It has plug-and-play compatibility with 3B+ and makes it easier for deployment, operation and maintenance in embedded and IoT projects.
uctronics poe splitter u515902
Compliant with IEEE 802.3af
Input: 802.3af 44-56V Mode A&B 300mA
Power Output: DC 5V/2A(up to 2.5A) 10W
Data Transfer rate: 10/100/1000 Mbps
Devices will be detected before poe input
Power Pin: support both 1/2(+/-),3/6(-/+) or 4/5(+),7/8(-)
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I will add that Arducam (the seller I purchased from) is amazing. I had an older model (the 100Mbps) that i have had since January, and it quit working recently. I had needed another one of these for some time, but the failure of my other one prompted me to start looking. I decided to reach out to Arducam to see if there was a warranty or anything that could be done, and without hassle they indicated they would simply send me a new upgraded model for free! This quick response and service is what prompted me to buy again from them.
Again - The product is great, and the company is great. Double Win!
I just wanted to drop a note due to my different setup than most other reviewers. I have a Ubiquiti Edgemax PoE 5 which is actually not 802.3af/at compliant. Rather, it’s a passive 24V or 48V DC injector.
Just FYI, the Edgemax PoE with a passive 48V injected into this splitter will power the USB supply output just fine.
I mostly just purchased this device to escape the crummy quality wall-wart USB power supplies that seem to begin struggling supplying a steady voltage after a few months of 24/7 usage.
I have multiple Raspberry Pi driving a 21.5 inch touchscreens that staff is using to do documentation on web based applications. In one location I do not have an outlet nearby and the 5V power supply cannot be extended much because of the voltage drop. So I used a 12V power supply and a 5V regulator but the raspberry was displaying a lightning icon on the upper right corner of the screen which means that it has a power issue and the touchscreen would not respond for a couple of seconds now and then. I tried 3 different 5V regulators and the problem would go away for a few days only to return along with the user complains. I believe that the regulators were failing to supply the required amps while the voltage was stable but a bit under the 5V mark (about 4.9 Volts). I was about to get an adjustable regulator and push it to 5.2V but I saw this PoE splitter and I figured, I will give it a try.
We had a Netgear ProSafe GS108PE in the server room that was feeding 2 access points and it is about 100 feet away so I plugged this in one of the 4 PoE ports of that switch. It worked flawlessly immediately and it has been 3 weeks now that I have not heard any complains. I asked one of the users about a week ago and he told me that it has been working without any problems.
I will be ordering many more as this saves me from having to find outlets for the Raspberry Pi and I have to install another 23 of them. Great product, good price... Highly recommended.
I would highly recommend this for RPi 3B+ users because it requires no additional steps and support gigabit speeds. You don‘t have to worry about whether it will fit your case or provide enough power unlike some add-on HATs.
If you are a business buyer or a user who need these splitters in bulk like me, then it is even better，because a PoE splitter like this is much easier to deploy and less prone to damage, which really saves your time.
Enter the UCTRONICS Poe splitter. My splitter arrived, and after extensive testing (with a TP Link PoE switch; with several individual PoE injectors; with several cables), I came to the conclusion that my splitter didn't work, and needed to go back. I usually reach out to the sellers first in case I've missed something (while this device seems fairly straightforward, perhaps my injectors / switch were incompatible?). Arducam, the seller, responded extremely promptly, and sent a replacement splitter immediately - showing up two days later. This new splitter worked exactly as I hoped - gigabit speed, 2.4A output, plug-and-play, and worked with all of my injectors. It's also smaller than many of my other brand of PoE splitters, so works better in the enclosure I've put it all in.
I've had devices arrive from small to big manufacturers that haven't worked, devices which have been excellent when I have a replacement. It all comes down to the response from the company involved, and my star rating reflects the working device and the excellent and prompt replies from Arducam to get a replacement out to me. Thank you Arducam!
Context: I have a raspberry pi that runs 24x7 plugged into a Ubiquiti 160W switch. None of the other devices have power issues that are plugged into the switch.
(It would probably work with any RPi, but I only have 3 B+ in my fleet.)
Works great with my Ubiquiti Unifi network.
I ordered more for future projects.
As noted by reviewers, a similar looking and lower priced version )amazon B01MDLUSE7) does not work directly with the RPi 3 B+, but might work with older versions.
Granted, for this you need a POE switch, and not the passive kind. I use this with a Ubiquiti switch.
Overall, easy to use and a great value.
I made the mistake of purchasing a cheaper version from a competitor, and boy, that was a nightmare! One of this splitter costs more than 3 of the competitor's version, but I'm not looking back to that now. This splitter works immediately, without causing any issues. I do not regret buying this PoE splitter, thank you so much, UCTRONICS!
Update 23Ago19: I sent a message at UCtronics site and in less than one day they answered me saying that will replace the two defective products. Waiting to receive them, changed to 4 stars due to the quality of support.