SPIDER PoE Injector

The SPIDER Giga 2TX EEC PoE injector makes it possible to upgrade Ethernet networks to PoE functionality without replacing existing Ethernet switches.


This enables you to power a wide range of terminal devices via the data line, not only giving you a great deal of flexibility but also reducing your costs.

There is no need to install separate power supplies, extra sockets or power lines. All you need to do is connect the data port of the PoE injector to a switch and then connect the relevant terminal device to the PoE port.

  • Easy and economical retrofitting of Ethernet networks with PoE functionality
  • Maximum Performance with PoE+ support and gigabit speed
  • Wide range of applications due to the robust design and extended temperature range
  • Cost-effective powering of devices via the data line, without replacing any installed standard switches
  • Maximum performance thanks to gigabit speed and PoE+
  • Can be used in demanding industrial environments thanks to its robust metal housing and extended operating temperature range (-40°C to +70°C)
  • IP30 protection class
  • Resistant to impacts, vibration and electromagnetic fields (EMC)
  • Fast activation by plug-and-play
  • Redundant power supply (24/48 V DC)
  • ED displays of the power supply and PoE port status
  • Compact dimensions (30 x 140 x 95 mm)
  • DIN rail or wall mount

The PoE injector is ideally suited for applications such as IP cameras, IP phones or WLAN Access points – all of which require and power supply. This is because, under even the most rugged conditions, it permits flexible and cost-effective solutions using the network’s existing data lines.

Thus, many industries can benefit from using the PoE injector such as:

  • Robotics
  • Materials handling
  • Renewable energy
  • Transportation
  • Security technology

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