Power over Ethernet (PoE) for Street Light

SKU:
PoE-OWL
$349.95

Description

Please Note: The PoE Owl is a Manufacturer custom made product & prices change depending on the user requirements.  Contact us for more information & if you need different cable length.

Provides Auxiliary Power over Ethernet (PoE) for Streetlight Mounted Equipment

The PoE OWL provides power through a user specified cable and user specified connector for ancillary devices. The input power comes from a standard NEMA Street Light receptacle. Any line voltage up to 480 VAC is converted to user specified DC voltage. Applications Include:

• WiFi/WiMax Radios • Surveillance Cameras • Traffic Monitoring • Security Cameras • Other communications and UPS systems

 About FP Outdoor Lighting Controls For more than 60 years FP OLC has been the largest global provider of photoelectric roadway lighting controls for the electric power industry. Our auxiliary power devices are universally accepted at conservative electric utilities and are the product of choice for streetlight mounted equipment manufacturers. FP OLC is ready to help you power your future.

 Please contact us to help with the purchase for this item for lead time and specs because it is a custom built product. 

Technical Specifications

Electrical
Input Voltage 105-480 VAC
Output Voltage PoE (48 VDC, 420 MA)
Connector Cat 5e cable, VDC Pins +4 & 5, Pins -7 & 8, R or User Specified
Cable type                                                                                                    User Specified
Housing  UV Stabilized, Impact Resistant, Gray Polycarbonate
ANSI Standard  Conforms to ANSI C136.10 and Proposed ANSI C136.35
Temperature Rating  -40 to +70C
Cable Length                                                                                              20 ft, 10ft                                                                                                                                       

 

Quick Links 

PoE Owl datasheet

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