Power over Ethernet (PoE) Injectors

For new or retrofit applications in need of maximum power without device limitations, these Power over Ethernet (PoE) injectors provide a high port count and up to 240 W of power.

Power over Ethernet Injectors

PoE injectors join Hirschmanns family of products built with industrial-grade housings and specific features to provide reliable power for industrial applications.

They are the easiest and most cost-effective way to add high PoE power to both new and existing applications.

  • Choose between active (integrated power supply) or passive (standalone module) devices for increased flexibility depending on your needs
  • Supports up to 240 W across 8 ports without load sharing, ensuring maximum power output. Each port can provide the maximum output power of 30 W
  • Simple plug-and-play capability and compact size saves time and space while automatically detecting connected devices
  • Benefit from up to 8 available ports that deliver 30 W of power each
  • Enable PoE communication with a high number of devices using just one PoE Injector
  • Use in extreme environmental conditions, including wide temperature ranges -25 °C to +70 °C
  • Save space on the DIN Rail with a small form factor (77 mm x 39 mm)
  • Install quickly and easily with automatic device detection and classification (IEEE 802.3at)

Whether you’re looking for an active PoE injector with included power supply to tie into a new system, or a passive injector to add to the power supply already providing power to your cabinet – these injectors can satisfy the growing demand of energy-hungry devices, such as:

• Pan-tilt-zoom cameras
• Wireless access points

Common Configurations

Product Port Type Operating Voltage Integrated
High Voltage
Power Supply
Operating Temperature More Information
RPI-P1-8PoE 8 x Fast Ethernet Gigabit Ports 48 to
56 V DC
No -25 °C to
+70 °C
RPI-A1-8PoE 8 x Fast Ethernet Gigabit Ports 110 to
150 V DC
and 100
to 240
Yes -25 °C to
+70 °C

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