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POE-EX2003-2WP-60W 2 Ports Outdoor Waterproof Gigabit 60W PoE Aluminum Case Extender

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POE-EX2003-2WP-60W 2 Ports Outdoor Waterproof Gigabit 60W PoE Aluminum Case Extender 

POE-EX2003-2WP-60W Ethernet and POE connections restrict cable distances to 328.1 ft between network ports. To overcome this distance limit, network installers can simply connect a POE extender in line with the Cat-5e or Cat-6 calbe (outdoor type) .With Gigabit POE Extender, PDS (such as IP security cameras, access points wireless devices) can be installed at distances greater than 328.1 ft from each other. By connecting the POE extender for every additional 328.1 ft of cable, both Ethernet and POE can be extended to 656.2 ft, depending on the required PDS power and power supply. Compatible with IEEE802.3af and IEEE802.3at Extend the range of POE and Gigabit Ethernet additional 328.1 ft. No additional power supply is required.


  • Outdoor waterproof Gigabit POE Extender 1 (POE IN) into 2 (POE OUT)
  • Extends the range of POE and Gigabit Ethernet an additional 100 meters
  • Complies with lP66 (Support Outdoor rain prevention, need outdoor waterproof UTP cable)
  • Automatically detects and protects POE equipment from being damaged
  • Gigabit Full-rate network throughout the whole extended distance, Easy plug-and-play installation

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