Enable-IT 820P Pro Ethernet Extender Kit Quickstart Guide

Enable-IT 820P Pro
Ethernet Extender Kit
Quickstart Guide
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INSTALLING THE 820P PRO ETHERNET EXTENDER KIT
The Enable-IT 820P Pro IP PoE Camera Extender Kit has a distance restriction of 800ft
(244m) over existing Category 2, up to Category 5e, 6 or 7, wiring from device extension
to device extension. Therefore quick, simple site surveys and installation planning are
highly recommended.
This chapter describes the recommended installation process for the Enable-IT 820P
Pro Ethernet Extender Kit. The following topics are covered:
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Site Plan – Installation Design Considerations
Unpacking the Enable-IT 820P Pro IP PoE Camera Extender Kit
Perform an Out Of The Box Test (OOTBT)
Performing the On-Site Installation
Site Plan – Installation Design Considerations
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Total recommended distance of 1,100ft wiring from the 362 PoE Injector to the
LAN device on the remote end. – 328ft from LAN to 362, 328ft from 362 to 820P
Pro and 800ft from the 820P Pro to your end device is allowed.
Max distance then is 1,456ft (443m)
4 Pair Telco wiring for the Enable-IT 820P Pro Extended Ethernet Unit.
Wire pair used must be straight through, no taps/connection points.
Twisted Pair cabling delivers the best performance over distance.
Transparent to single line 802.3af PoE or 802.3at PoE Plus devices.
Option 1 – Single line PoE LAN Extension up to 800ft / 244m
We highly recommend a quick test to ensure the working order of your 820P Pro
kit.
 Apply power to the 362 PoE Injector kit. Cable the power cord to the 362
power brick adapter and use it’s DIN DC female connector to attach to the DC jack
on the back of the 362 Injector module.
 Attach a RJ-45 LAN patch cord from your local LAN source to the Data N1 port
on the injector. Then run another LAN patch cord from the PoE & Data N2 port to
the LAN & PoE IN port on the 820P Pro unit.
 Lastly, use a third LAN patch cord to attach your end PoE LAN device. The
820P Pro unit and your PoE LAN device should now be powered up and running.
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Network Configuration
In some instances, your Ethernet switch, desktop computer, laptop, WiFi Access Point,
or any LAN device not mentioned may need to be configured for 10Mbps auto-sensing
as the 820P Pro is a 10Mbps Ethernet switch. It may be the case that your Ethernet
switch is not passing data through the 820 Pro to your remote LAN device, therefore
setting the LAN configuration on your device to 10Mbps will allow it to recognize the
820P
Pro
switch
settings.
Option 2 – PoE LAN Extension up to 1,600ft using an additional 820P Pro device
daisy-chained with the original.
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Apply power to the 362 PoE Injector kit. Cable the power cord to the 362
power brick adapter and use it’s DIN DC female connector to attach to the DC jack
on the back of the 362 Injector module.
 Attach a RJ-45 LAN patch cord from your local LAN source to the Data N1 port
on the injector. Then run another LAN patch cord from the PoE&Data N2 port to
the LAN & PoE IN port on the 820P Pro unit.
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Now you may daisy chain the 2nd 820P Pro unit by connecting a patch cord
from the Interlink Out port on your 1st 820P to the LAN & PoE IN port on the 2nd
820P Pro unit. Next, attach a PoE LAN device to the Interlink Out port on the 2nd
820P Pro unit. The 820P Pro units as well as your remote PoE device should now
be powered up and running.
LED indicators will provide visual operational status of the 820P Pro units.
820P Pro LAN & PoE IN – Slow yellow LED flashing indicates LAN connectivity.
Flickering yellow LED indicates LAN traffic.
820P Pro Interlink Out – Solid green LED indicates PoE power.
DIP Switch Settings: DIP switches 1 – 4:
Down (ON) - Enable PoE pass-through
UP (OFF) – Disable PoE pass-through
Default DIP Settings: DIP switches 1 – 4:
Down (ON) PoE Enabled for Data / PoE use
For installation at your desired location, keep in mind the following:
The backbone cable between the CO and your end device – RJ-45 Interlink port uses all
4-pairs of wiring for data and PoE (1, 2, 3 & 6 for data and 4, 5, 7 & 8 for PoE).
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DO NOT INSERT ANY BLANK RJ-45 HEADS INTO ANY
PORTS BEFORE CRIMPING – OTHERWISE YOU WILL
RENDER THE PORT USELESS – BENT PINS
Attach RJ-45 Male heads to your existing wiring and follow
the diagram below. For data only use pins 1,2,3 & 6. For
Data and PoE use all pins. PoE uses pins 4,5,7 & 8
Unpacking The Enable-IT 820P Pro IP PoE Camera Extender Kit
Carefully remove the Enable-IT 820P Pro Kit’s packing materials from the box. Verify
that the items listed below are present. Make sure that the equipment supplied matches
what you ordered. If any items are missing or damaged, please contact Enable-IT or
your distributor for assistance.
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(1) Enable-IT 820P Pro IP PoE Camera Extender Unit
(1) Enable-IT 362 PoE Injector kit 60W – 56V
(2) LAN Ethernet Patch Cords
(1) Enable-IT 820P Pro Quickstart Guide
Performing The On-Site Installation
After removing the Enable-IT 820P Pro IP PoE Camera Extender Kit from the box all that
remains to install the unit on-site is to mount the unit, add RJ-45 Male heads to your
wiring, connect the wiring, cross connect voice lines if needed and attach end device
Ethernet patch cord cabling.
 Mounting the Enable-IT 820P Pro IP PoE Camera Extender Kit
The Enable-IT 820P Pro Extended Ethernet Units are designed for quick wall
mounting. Choose a location to mount each of the Enable-IT 820’s where the
maximum distance does not exceed 800ft (244m) total between devices to be
connected.
When wall-mounting the units it is recommended that you use the appropriate screw
anchors for your mounting surface. If mounting on existing plywood use wood
screws; if mounting onto drywall or sheetrock, use plastic drywall anchors to secure
your installation.
 Attaching cabling and devices to the Enable-IT 820P Pro IP PoE Camera Extender.
Apply power to the 362 PoE Injector kit. Cable the power cord to the 362 power
Brick adapter and use it’s DIN DC female connector to attach to the DC jack on the
back of the 362 Injector module.
Attach a RJ-45 LAN patch cord from your local LAN source to the Data N1 port on
the injector. Then run another LAN patch cord from the PoE&Data N2 port to the
LAN&PoE IN port on the 820P Pro unit.
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Building the backbone between the 820P Pro unit and your remote LAN.
Crimp RJ-45 LAN heads onto your selected 4-pair wiring and insert into the
Interlink port on the 820P Pro unit and the other end to your LAN.
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Follow the following diagram to create a T-568B standard connection between the
820P Pro and your end PoE LAN device.
This wire run becomes your Ethernet backbone between
the 820P Pro unit and your end PoE LAN device. The
wire pair must be straight through and not have any
connector blocks in-between the units. If you have a
connector block, you must remove the 4-pair and bridge
together with Telco wire butt clips.
All the LED’s should illuminate and the following LED indicators will
provide visual operational status of the 820P Pro unit.
820P Pro LAN & PoE IN – Slow yellow LED flashing indicates LAN connectivity.
Flickering yellow LED indicates LAN traffic.
820P Pro Interlink Out – Solid green LED indicates PoE power.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Enable-IT, Inc.’s Customer Care Team support is available directly to customers and
distributors. All support requests are processed through the online support portal. This
allows us to provide assigned support ticket numbers in order to bring closure to any
technical issues.
Online Technical Services
The Enable-IT Support Portal is available 24/7 to open a ticket or check the status of one.
Please use this support website as your first source for help as it contains an on-line
knowledge base of articles, documentation, FAQ's and other problem-solving resources.
This web-based support resource provides the quickest solution to the most common
technical support issues.
World Wide Web Site
http://support.enableit.com
Returning Products for Warranty Repair
Enable-IT, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser of the Product ("you" or the "End User")
that, for the four (4) year period commencing on the date the Product was purchased (the
"Warranty Period"), the Product will be substantially free from defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use and conditions. Electrical damage is not an item that is
covered under this warranty, extended warranties or Advanced Replacement Program
(AREP).
In order to obtain an authorized RMA approval, the End User must complete the required
information online located at http://support.enableit.com. If you have questions or difficulty
completing this information you may contact the Customer Care Team at 888-309-0910
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. PT.
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Please ship Authorized RMAs to:
Enable-IT Processing Facility
16600 Harbor Blvd, Suite I
Fountain Valley, CA 92708-1363
Returning Products for Refund
Enable-IT, Inc. offers a generous 45-Day refund on a single Ethernet Extender Kit only,
and is subject to a 15% Restocking Fee. Shipments without a valid or authorized RMA
number, or sent to our corporate Las Vegas address, can be refused and / or billed for
additional shipping.
CONTACT US
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Other International
+1 702 924-0402
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E Mail
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