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User’s Manual
POE-1200
POE-2400
POE-1200P2
POE-2400P4
IEEE 802.3af
12 / 24-Port Power over Ethernet
Web Smart Injector Hub
Trademarks
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Disclaimer
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merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose.
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Manual, at any time without notice.
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FCC Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the Instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at whose own expense.
CE Mark Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
WEEE Warning
To avoid the potential effects on the environment and human health as a result of the presence of
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WEEE as unsorted municipal waste and have to collect such WEEE separately
Revision
PLANET IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet Web Smart Injector Hub User's Manual
FOR MODELS: POE-1200 / POE-1200P2 / POE-2400 / POE-2400P4
REVISION: 1.0 (JANUARY.2009)
Part No.: 2080-A31120-007
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 PACKAGE CONTENTS .................................................................................................................................. 1
1.2 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................................. 1
1.3 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL ......................................................................................................................... 2
1.4 PRODUCT FEATURES .................................................................................................................................. 3
1.5 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................................... 4
2. INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................................ 5
2.1 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................... 5
2.1.1 Injector Front Panel............................................................................................................................................. 5
2.1.2 LED Indicators..................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.1.3 Injector Rear Panel ............................................................................................................................................. 7
2.2 INSTALLING THE POE INJECTOR HUB ........................................................................................................... 7
2.2.1 Desktop Installation............................................................................................................................................. 7
2.2.2 Rack Mounting .................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.2.3 Network Application Installation........................................................................................................................... 9
2.2.4 Power over Ethernet Powered Device............................................................................................................... 10
3 MANAGEMENT............................................................................................................................................ 11
3.1 OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................................................ 11
3.2 REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................................................ 11
3.3 MANAGEMENT METHOD............................................................................................................................. 11
3.3.1 Web Management............................................................................................................................................. 11
3.3.2 PLANET Smart Discovery Utility ....................................................................................................................... 13
4 WEB CONFIGURATION.............................................................................................................................. 15
4.1 MANIN MENU ............................................................................................................................................ 15
4.2 WEB PANEL .............................................................................................................................................. 16
4.3 SYSTEM.................................................................................................................................................... 16
4.3.1 System Information ........................................................................................................................................... 17
4.3.2 IP Configuration ................................................................................................................................................ 18
4.3.3 Password Setting .............................................................................................................................................. 19
4.4 POE......................................................................................................................................................... 20
4.5 TOOLS ...................................................................................................................................................... 22
4.5.1 Firmware Upgrade............................................................................................................................................. 23
4.5.2 Configuration Setting......................................................................................................................................... 25
4.5.3 Configuration Backup ........................................................................................................................................ 27
4.5.4 Alert Trap Configuration .................................................................................................................................... 31
4.5.5 System Reboot.................................................................................................................................................. 32
4.6 LOGOUT ................................................................................................................................................... 32
5. POWER OVER ETHERNET OVERVIEW................................................................................................... 33
6. THE POE PROVISION PROCESS ............................................................................................................. 35
6.1 LINE DETECTION ....................................................................................................................................... 35
6.2 CLASSIFICATION........................................................................................................................................ 35
6.3 START-UP ................................................................................................................................................. 36
6.4 OPERATION .............................................................................................................................................. 36
6.5 POWER DISCONNECTION SCENARIOS......................................................................................................... 36
7 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................. 37
APPENDIX A................................................................................................................................................... 38
A.1 MDI SETTINGS ......................................................................................................................................... 38
A.2 POWER DEVICE CLASSIFICATION VALUES................................................................................................... 38
A.3 DATA OUT POE INJECTOR RJ-45 PORT PIN ASSIGNMENTS ...................................................................... 39
APPENDIX B................................................................................................................................................... 40
B.1 POWER OVER ETHERNET COMPATIBILITY TEST ........................................................................................... 40
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Package Contents
Check the contents of your package for following parts:
●
The PoE Injector Hub x 1
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The Quick Installation Guide x 1
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User’s manual CD x 1
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Power Cord x 1
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Rubber feet x 4
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Two rack-mounting brackets with attachment screws x1
If any of these are missing or damaged, please contact your dealer immediately, if possible, retain the carton including the
original packing material, and use them against to repack the product in case there is a need to return it to us for repair.
In the following section, the term “PoE Injector Hub” means the four PoE Injector Hub devices, ie. POE-1200,
POE-1200P2, POE-2400, POE-2400P4. Terms with lower case “injector” means any IEEE 802.3af power injectors. “PD”
means the abbreviated from IEEE 802.3af powered device.
1.2 Product Description
The PLANET POE-1200 / POE-1200P2 / POE-2400 / POE-2400P4 are 12 / 24-Port IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet
Mid-Span injector hub complies with IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u and IEEE 802.3af standards. It is equipped with 12 / 24
10/100Base-TX Fast Ethernet ports that support full 48VDC power for any remote IEEE802.3af powered device (PD) like
Wireless LAN Access Point, IP phone, LAN Camera or any other network devices. With support for 130 / 260 watts power
supply, POE-1200 / POE-2400 should provide the sufficient power to the 12 / 24 remote devices. The POE-1200P2 /
POE-2400P4 provide sufficient 15.4 watts POE power to 12 / 24 remote PD devices with 190 / 380 watts power supply.
The PoE Injector Hub is installed between a regular Ethernet switch and the powered devices, injecting power without
affecting the data transmit. It offer a cost effective solution and quickly way to upgrade network system to IEEE 802.3af
Power over Ethernet, without replace the existing Ethernet switch.
There are 24 / 48 RJ-45 STP ports on the front panel of PoE Injector Hub, 12 / 24 of them on lower stack are "Date" port
and the other 12 / 24 ports on upper stack are "Data + Power output" port. Each of the "Data + Power output" port on
upper stack functions as an injector which inserts DC Voltage into the CAT 5 cable allowing the cable between the Injector
and Splitter to transfer data and power simultaneously.
To manage your powered devices, the PoE Injector Hub provides both Web management interfaces in which administrators
can manage functions such as port Enable/Disable, port priority, system configuration, and Username/Password changing
and with smart feature for powered device, the Hub can auto detect the power status on each port and show massages Web
management interface. These features also provide a cost-effective way to manage the devices from Internet whenever
you are at work or at home.
Power over Ethernet Applications
For the places hard to find the power outlet, the PoE Injector Hub provides the easiest way to power your Ethernet devices
such as PLANET Internet Cameras and outdoor Wireless Access Point installed on the top of the building.
To control the power system of your networking devices, the PoE Injector Hub can directly co-work with PoE IP Phone to
build VoIP telephony network in the office. Furthermore, the PoE Injector Hub can be directly connected to any third party
802.3af devices and PoE Switches installed 100 meters away.
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Figure 1 PoE Injector Hub Application
1.3 How to Use This Manual
This IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet Web Smart Injector Hub User Manual is structured as follows:
ƒ Section 2, Installation
It explains the functions of PoE Injector Hub and how to physically install the PoE Injector Hub.
ƒ Section 3, Management
It contains information about the software function of the PoE Injector Hub.
ƒ Section 4, Web Configuration
The section explains how to manage the PoE Injector Hub through Web interface.
ƒ Section 5, Power over Ethernet overview
The section explains the IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet theories.
ƒ Section 6, PoE power Provision Process
The section explains the PoE power provision process.
ƒ Section 7, Troubleshooting
The section contains troubleshooting guide of the PoE Injector Hub.
ƒ Appendix A
It contains cable information of PoE Injector Hub.
ƒ Appendix B
This section contains the Power over Ethernet compatibility information of the PoE Injector Hub.
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1.4 Product Features
„
Interface
24 / 48-Port RJ-45 STP
…
12 / 24-Port “Data input”
¾
12 / 24-Port “Data + Power output”
1 10/100Base-TX Management port with Auto MDI / MDI-X feature
…
„
¾
PoE
… Complies with IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet Mid-Span PSE
… Up to 12/24 IEEE 802.3af devices powered
… Support PoE Power up to 15.4 watts for each PoE ports
… Auto detect powered device (PD)
… Circuit protection prevent power interference between ports
… Remote power feeding up to 100m
„
PoE Management
… Total PoE power budget control
… Pert port PoE function enable/disable
… PoE Port Power feeding priority
… Per PoE port power limit
… PD classification detection
„
Management
… Web interface for remote management
… Firmware upgrade through Web interface
…
PLANET Smart Discovery utility automatically finds PLANET devices on the network
… SNMP Trap for alarm notification of events
„
Hardware
… 19-inch rack mountable; 1U height
… Reset button for reset to default setting and system reboot
… LED indicators for POE ready and POE activity
„
Standard Compliance
… IEEE 802.3 10Base-T
… IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX
… IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet
… FCC Part 15 Class A, CE
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1.5 Product Specifications
Product
POE-1200
POE-1200P2
POE-2400
POE-2400P4
Hardware Specification
“Data” Input Ports
Interface
“Data+Power” Output Ports
Management Port
LED
Network Cable
Dimension (W x D x H)
Weight
Power Requirement
Power Consumption
12 x RJ-45 STP
24 x RJ-45 STP
12 x RJ-45 STP
24 x RJ-45 STP
1 x RJ-45; 10/100Base-TX, auto-negotiation, auto-MDI / MDIX
System: Power x 1 (Green)
Management Port x2: 10/100 (Green / Orange)
Per PoE Port: PoE in Use x 1 (Green)
10Base-T: 2-Pair UTP Cat. 3, 4, 5, up to 100m (328ft)
100Base-TX: 2-Pair UTP Cat. 3, 4, 5, up to 100m (328ft)
EIA/TIA- 568 100-ohm STP (100m)
440 x 200 x 44 mm (1U height)
2.7kg
130 Watts max. 200 Watts max.
400 Watts max.
-40 ~ 70 Degree C
Storage Temperature
5 ~ 95% (Non-condensing)
Humidity
PoE Standard
PoE Power supply Type
PoE Power Output
Power Pin Assignment
PoE Power Budget
Management
260 Watts max.
0 ~ 50 Degree C
Operating Temperature
Cooling
Power over Ethernet
3.3kg
100-240V AC, 50/60 Hz
Fan x 1
Fan x 2
IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet / Mid-Span PSE
Mid-Span
Per Port DC 48V 15.4 watts
4/5(+), 7/8(-)
110 Watts
190 Watts
220 Watts
380 Watts
Management Interface
PoE Management
Web, PLANET Smart Discovery Lite
Power Limit by Priority and Total Limit
Per port power enable/disable
Power feeding priority
Current usage and status
Total power consumption
Management Feature
System / Management functions setup
Web firmware upgrade
SNMP Trap for alarm notification of events
Standards Conformance
Standards Compliance
Regulation Compliance
IEEE 802.3 10Base-T Ethernet
IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet
IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet
FCC Part 15 Class A, CE
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2. INSTALLATION
This section describes the hardware features and installation of these PoE Injector Hub on the desktop or rack mount. For
easier management and control of the PoE Injector Hub familiarize yourself with its display indicators, and ports. Front
panel illustrations in this chapter display the unit LED indicators. Before deploy the PoE Injector Hub, please read this
chapter completely.
2.1 Hardware Description
The section describes the hardware of the PoE Injector Hub and gives a physical and functional overview.
2.1.1 Injector Front Panel
The unit front panel provides a simple interface monitoring the PoE Injector Hub. Figure 2-1 & 2-2 & 2-3 &2-4 shows front
panel of the PoE Injector Hub.
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Front Panel of POE-1200
Figure 2-1 POE-1200 front panel
„
Front Panel of POE-1200P2
PoE In-Use
IEEE 802.3af 12-PortPoEInjector Hub
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DATA
&
PWR
POE-1200P2
10
100
DATA
PWR RESET
Mgt.
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Figure 2-2 POE-1200P2 front panel
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Front Panel of POE-2400
Figure 2-3 POE-2400 front panel
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Front Panel of POE-2400P4
PoE In-Use
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DATA
&
PWR
POE-2400P4
10
100
DATA
PWR RESET
Mgt.
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Figure 2-4 POE-2400P4 front panel
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■ Reset button
At the left of front panel, the reset button is designed for reboot the PoE Injector Hub without turn off and on the power.
Figure 2-5 Reset button of PoE Injector Hub
The following is the summary table of Reset button functions:
Reset Button Pressed and Released
About 1 second
Function
Reboot the PoE Injector Hub
Reset the PoE Injector Hub to Factory Default configuration.
The PoE Injector Hub will reboot and load the default IP
settings as below:
Until the SYS LED lit off
。
Default Username: admin
。
Default Password: admin
。
Default IP address: 192.168.0.100
。
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
。
Default Gateway: 192.168.0.254
To press the RESET button about 10 seconds and then release. The PoE Injector Hub will back
to the factory default mode. Be sure that you backup the current configuration of PoE Injector
Hub; else the entire configuration will be erased when pressing the “RESET” button.
2.1.2 LED Indicators
The front panel LEDs indicates instant status of system power, Management port Link/Active and PoE port links, helps
monitor and troubleshoot when needed.
LED
Color
Function
POWER
Green
Lights to indicate power on.
Lights to indicate the port is running in 10Mbps speed
Amber
Blink: indicate that the PoE Injector Hub is actively sending or receiving data over
that port.
Manage
Lights to indicate the port is running in 100Mbps speed
Green
Blink: indicate that the PoE Injector Hub is actively sending or receiving data over
that port
PoE In-use
Green
Lights to indicate that the port is in use and supplying 48V DC power
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2.1.3 Injector Rear Panel
The rear panel of the PoE Injector Hub indicates an AC inlet power socket, which accepts input power from 100 to 240V AC,
50/60Hz. Figure 2-6 & 2-7 shows rear panel of the PoE Injector Hub.
Figure 2-6 POE-1200 / POE-1200P2 Rear Panel
Figure 2-7 POE-2400 / POE-2400P4 Rear Panel
Power
Notice:
1. The device is a power-required device, it means, it will not work till it is powered. If your networks
should active all the time, please consider using UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) for your device. It
will prevent you from network data loss or network downtime.
2. In some area, installing a surge suppression device may also help to protect your device from being
damaged by unregulated surge or current to the PoE Injector Hub or the power adapter.
2.2 Installing the PoE Injector Hub
This section describes how to install your PoE Injector Hub and make connections to the PoE Injector Hub. Please read the
following topics and perform the procedures in the order being presented. PLANET PoE Injector Hub do not need software
configuration. To install the PoE Injector Hub on a desktop or shelf, simply complete the following steps.
2.2.1 Desktop Installation
To install a PoE Injector Hub on a desktop or shelf, simply complete the following steps:
Step1: Attach the rubber feet to the recessed areas on the bottom of the PoE Injector Hub.
Step2: Place the PoE Injector Hub on a desktop or shelf near an AC power source.
Step3: Keep enough ventilation space between the PoE Injector Hub and the surrounding objects.
When choosing a location, please keep in mind the environmental restrictions discussed in Chapter
1, Section 5, in Specification.
Step4: Connect your PoE Injector Hub to network 802.3af powered devices (PD) and Switch.
A.
Connect one end of a standard network cable to the upper stack 10/100 RJ-45 ports on the front of the PoE
Injector Hub.
B.
Connect the other end of the cable to the 802.3 powered devices (PD) such as IP phone, wireless access point,
IP camera, splitter, or switch…etc.
C.
Connect the one end of a standard network cable to the relative lower stack 10/100 RJ-45 port on the front of the
PoE Injector Hub.
D.
Connect the other end of the cable to the port of switch.
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Connection to the PoE Injector Hub requires UTP Category 5 network cabling with RJ-45 tips. For
more information, please see the Cabling Specification in Appendix A.
Step5: Supply power to the PoE Injector Hub.
A.
Connect one end of the power cable to the PoE Injector Hub.
B.
Connect the power plug of the power cable to a standard wall outlet.
When the PoE Injector Hub receives power, the Power LED should remain solid Green.
2.2.2 Rack Mounting
To install the PoE Injector Hub in a 19-inch standard rack, follow the instructions described below.
Step1: Place your PoE Injector Hub on a hard flat surface, with the front panel positioned towards your front side.
Step2: Attach a rack-mount bracket to each side of the PoE Injector Hub with supplied screws attached to the package.
Figure 2-8 shows how to attach brackets to one side of the PoE Injector Hub.
Figure 2-8 Attaching the brackets to the PoE Injector Hub
You must use the screws supplied with the mounting brackets. Damage caused to the parts by
using incorrect screws would invalidate the warranty.
Step3: Secure the brackets tightly.
Step4: Follow the same steps to attach the second bracket to the opposite side.
Step5: After the brackets are attached to the Injector, use suitable screws to securely attach the brackets to the rack, as
shown in Figure 2-9.
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Figure 2-9 Mounting thePoE Injector Hub in a Rack
Step6: Proceeds with the steps 4 and steps 5 of session 2.2.1 Desktop Installation to connect the network cabling and
supply power to your PoE Injector Hub.
2.2.3 Network Application Installation
The PoE Injector Hub is not equipment with data switching function between data ports. To inject PoE power and transmit
data packets to PDs, the PoE Injector Hub is usually link to an Ethernet switch. Typically, the Mid-Span Injector is installed
between regular Ethernet switch and PDs, and mostly it is located close to the Ethernet switch side.
To install an PoE Injector Hub on a network environment, simply complete the following steps:
Step1: Power on the PoE Injector Hub and connect the RJ-45 cable from the “data” port to the Ethernet switch port.
Step2: Connect the RJ-45 cable from the “data + power” ports to the PDs, such as VoIP phone, IP camera.
Step3: Check the link status on both PD and Ethernet switch, once the Injector start to deliver 48V power over RJ-45 cables
to PDs, the PoE In-Use LED of the PoE Injector Hub lights.
Figure 2-10 Network application installation
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The PoE Injector Hub supports Data passive mode, that is, even the PoE Injector Hub is manual power off, the data
between “DATA” port and “DATA+PoE” port can still be transmitted without data loss.
The PLANET Mid-Span PoE Injector Hub doesn’t support Gigabit data rate. The Ethernet switches or PoE
PDs with Gigabit interface will operate at 100Mpbs Full Duplex mode when connect to the Mid-Span PoE
Injector Hub.
2.2.4 Power over Ethernet Powered Device
Voice over IP phones
Enterprise can install POE VoIP Phone, ATA and other Ethernet/non-Ethernet
end-devices to the central where UPS is installed for un-interrupt power system and
3~5 watts
power control system.
Wireless LAN Access Points
Museum, Sightseeing, Airport, Hotel, Campus, Factory, Warehouse can install the
Access Point any where with no hesitation
6~12 watts
IP Surveillance
Enterprise, Museum, Campus, Hospital, Bank, can install IP Camera without limits of
10~12 watts
install location – no need electrician to install AC sockets.
PoE Splitter
PoE Splitter split the PoE 48V DC over the Ethernet cable into 5/9/12V DC power
output. It frees the device deployment from restrictions due to power outlet locations,
3~12 watts
which eliminate the costs for additional AC wiring and reduces the installation time.
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3 MANAGEMENT
This chapter describes how to manage the Web Smart PoE Injector Hub. Topics include:
- Overview
- Management method
- Logging on to the Web Smart PoE injector Hub
3.1 Overview
The Web Smart PoE injector Hub provides a user-friendly, Web interface. Using this interface, you can perform various
device configuration and management activities, including:
„
System
„
Power over Ethernet
„
Tools
3.2 Requirements
■ Network cables.
Use standard network (UTP) cables with RJ45 connectors.
■ Subscriber PC installed with Ethernet NIC (Network Card)
■ Workstations of subscribers running Windows 98/ME, NT4.0, 2000/2003/XP, MAC OS X or later, Linux, UNIX or
other platform compatible with TCP/IP protocols.
■ Above PC installed with WEB Browser and JAVA runtime environment Plug-in
It is recommended to use Internet Explore 6.0 or above to access Web Smart PoE Injector Hub.
3.3 Management Method
User can manage the Web Smart PoE injector Hub by Web Management via a network connection.
3.3.1 Web Management
The PoE Injector Hub can be configured through an Ethernet connection, make sure the manager PC must be set on same
the IP subnet address with the PoE Injector Hub.
For example, if you have changed the default IP address of the Device to 192.168.99.123 with subnet mask 255.255.255.0
via console, then the manager PC should be set at 192.168.99.x (where x is a number between 2 and 254) with subnet
mask 255.255.255.0. Or you can use the factory default IP address 192.168.0.100 to do the relative configuration on
manager PC.
1.
Use Internet Explorer 5.0 or above Web browser. Enter IP address http://192.168.0.100 (the factory-default IP
address or that you have changed via console) to access the Web interface.
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Figure 3-1 Web Management over Ethernet
2.
When the following login screen appears, please enter the default username "admin" and password “admin” (or the
password you have changed via console) to login the main screen of PoE Injector Hub. The login screen in Figure 3-2
appears.
Default IP Address: 192.168.0.100
Default Account: admin
Default Password: admin
The following screen based on POE-2400P4, for POE-1200 / POE-1200P2 / POE-2400 the display
will be the same to POE-2400P4.
Figure 3-2 PoE Injector Hub Web Login screen
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1.
For security reason, please change and memorize the new password after this first setup.
2.
Only accept command in lowercase letter under Web interface.
3.3.2 PLANET Smart Discovery Utility
For easily list the PoE Injector Hub in your Ethernet environment, the Planet Smart Discovery Utility from user’s manual
CD-ROM is an ideal solution.
The following install instructions guiding you for run the Planet Smart Discovery Utility.
1.
Deposit the Planet Smart Discovery Utility in administrator PC.
2.
Run this utility and the following screen appears.
Figure 3-3 Planet Smart Discovery Utility Screen
If there are two LAN cards or above in the same administrator PC, choose different LAN card by use the
“Select Adapter” tool.
3.
Press “Refresh” button for list current connected devices in the discovery list, the screen is shown as follow.
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Figure 3-4 Planet Smart Discovery Utility Screen
4.
This utility show all necessary information from the devices, such as MAC Address, Device Name, firmware version,
Device IP Subnet address, also can assign new password, IP Subnet address and description for the devices.
5.
After setup completed, press “Update Device”, “Update Multi” or “Update All” button to take affect. The meaning of
the 3 buttons above are shown as below:
Update Device: use current setting on one single device.
Update Multi: use current setting on choose multi-devices.
Update All: use current setting on whole devices in the list.
The same functions mentioned above also can be finding in “Option” tools bar.
6.
To click the “Control Packet Force Broadcast” function, it can allow assign new setting value to the PoE Injector Hub
under different IP subnet address.
7.
Press “Connect to Device” button then the Web login screen appears in Figure 3-2.
8.
Press “Exit” button to shutdown the planet Smart Discovery Utility.
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4 WEB CONFIGURATION
The PoE Injector Hub provide Web interface for PoE smart function configuration and make the PoE Injector Hub operate
more effectively - They can be configured through the Web Browser. A network administrator can manage and monitor the
PoE Injector Hub from the local LAN. This section indicates how to configure the PoE Injector Hub to enable its smart
function.
The following screen based on POE-2400P4, for POE-1200 / POE-1200P2 / POE-2400 the display
will be the same to POE-2400P4.
4.1 Manin Menu
After a successful login, the main screen appears. The main screen displays the product name the function menu, and the
main information in the center. As showed in Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-1 Web Main Menu screen
The four items and it description shown as below:
Provide System information of PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.3.
„
System:
„
PoE Configuration : Provide PoE Management configuration of PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.4.
„
Tools:
Provide configuration of PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.5.
„
Logout:
Provide Logout function of PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.6.
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4.2 Web Panel
At the top of the Web management page, the active panel displays the link status of management port and PoE ports.
Figure 4-2 Web panel screen
„
Green lit is the network data send or receiver,
„
Orange lit is the PoE in use.
4.3 System
The System function allows viewing system information, IP Configuration and Password Setting. As showed in Figure 4-3.
Figure 4-3 System screen
The page includes the following information:
Object
Description
System Information Display the MAC address, Software Version, Hardware Version, IP Address, Subnet Mask,
Gateway and Description. Explained in section 4.3.1.
IP Configuration
Allow to change the IP subnet address of PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.3.2.
Password Setting
Allow to change the username and password of PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.3.3.
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4.3.1 System Information
The System information allows viewing system MAC Address, Software Version, Hardware Version, IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Gateway and Description. As showed in Figure 4.4
Figure 4-4 System Information screen
The page includes the following fields:
Object
Description
MAC Address
Specifies the PoE Injector Hub MAC address.
Software Version
The current software version running on the PoE Injector Hub.
Hardware Version
The current hardware version of the PoE Injector Hub.
IP Address
The current IP Address of the PoE Injector Hub.
Subnet Mask
The current IP Subnet Mask value of the PoE Injector Hub.
Gateway
The current Gateway value of the PoE Injector Hub.
Description
Display the current description of the PoE Injector Hub.
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4.3.2 IP Configuration
This section provides DHCP Client, change the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and Description, the screen in Figure
4-5 appears.
Figure 4-5 IP Configuration screen
The page includes the following configurable data:
Object
DHCP Client
Description
Choose what the PoE Injector Hub should do following power-up: transmit a DHCP request, or
manual setting (Disable).
The DHCP client function only works if you haven't assigned a static IP address that different
than the PoE Injector Hub default IP. Once the default IP has been changed the DHCP will not
effective and the PoE Injector Hub will continue using the manually entered static IP. If you have
changed thePoE Injector Hub to a static IP address, you can set the IP address back to its
default IP address or you can reset the PoE Injector Hub back to factory default. And then you
can enable the DHCP client function to work.
The factory default is Disable.
IP Address
The IP address of the PoE Injector Hub.. The factory default value is 192.168.0.100.
Subnet Mask
The IP subnet mask of the PoE Injector Hub.. The factory default value is 255.255.255.0.
Gateway
The default gateway of the PoE Injector Hub.. The factory default value is 192.168.0.254.
Description
This field helps to identify the description of PoE Injector Hub.
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4.3.3 Password Setting
This function allows changing admin password, fill the form and click on the “Apply” button. As showed in Figure 4-6
Figure 4-6 Password Setting screen
The page includes the following configurable data:
Object
Description
Login Name
Displays the login user name.
Old Password
Enter the old password is required before entering the new password.
New Password
Specifies the new password. The password is not displayed. As it entered an “y” corresponding
to each character is displayed in the field.
(The maximum length is 16 characters)
Confirm
This confirms the new password. The password entered into this field must be exactly the same
as the password entered in the Password field.
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4.4 PoE
„ Power Management:
In a power over Ethernet system, operating power is applied from a power source (PSU-power supply unit) over the LAN
infrastructure to powered devices (PDs), which are connected to ports. Under some conditions, the total output power
required by PDs can exceed the maximum available power provided by the PSU. The system may a prior be planed with a
PSU capable of supplying less power than the total potential power consumption of all the PoE ports in the system. In order
to maintain the majority of ports active, power management is implemented.
The PSU input power consumption is monitored by measuring voltage and current .The input power consumption is equal
to the system’s aggregated power consumption .The power management concept allows all ports to be active and activates
additional ports, as long as the aggregated power of the system is lower than the power level at which additional PDs cannot
be connected .When this value is exceeded, ports will be deactivated, according to user-defined priorities. The power
budget is managed according to the following user-definable parameters: maximum available power, ports priority,
maximum allowable power per port.
This section provides PoE (Power over Ethernet) Configuration and PoE output status of PoE Injector Hub, screen in Figure
4-7 appears.
Figure 4-7 PoE Configuration screen
Object
Power limit mode
Description
Allow to configure power limit mode of Web Smart Device. It can choose :
„
Port Priority Deliver PoE power by port priority setting
„
Total Limit. Set limit value of the total POE port provided power to the PDs.
For POE-1200, the total PoE power reservation from Port-1~12 is up to 110W
For POE-2400, the total PoE power reservation from Port-1~24 is up to 220W
For POE-1200P2, the total PoE power reservation from Port-1~12 is up to 190W
For POE-2400P4, the total PoE power reservation from Port-1~24 is up to 380W
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Power reservation
Show the total Watts usage of PoE Injector Hub.
PoE Function
Can enable or disable the PoE function.
Priority
Set port priority for the POE power management
It can choose the “port priority”, value is “1~4”. High priority is “1”.
Class 0 is the default for PDs. However, to improve power management at the PSE, the
Device class
PD may opt to provide a signature for Class 1 to 3.
The PD is classified based on power. The classification of the PD is the maximum power
that the PD will draw across all input voltages and operational modes. A PD shall return
Class 0 to 3 in accordance with the maximum power draw as specified by Table 4.1.
Current(mA)
It shows the PoE device current Amp.
Consumption [W]
It shows the PoE device current watt.
Power Limit
It can limit the port PoE supply watts.
Per port maximum value must less 15.4, total ports values must less than the Power
Reservation value.
Once power overload detected, the port will auto shut down and keep on detection mode
until PD’s power consumption lower than the power limit value.
„
PD Classifications
A PD may be classified by the PSE based on the classification information provided by the PD. The intent of PD
classification is to provide information about the maximum power required by the PD during operation. Class 0 is the default
for PDs. However, to improve power management at the PSE, the PD may opt to provide a signature for Class 1 to 3.
The PD is classified based on power. The classification of the PD is the maximum power that the PD will draw across all
input voltages and operational modes.
A PD shall return Class 0 to 3 in accordance with the maximum power draw as specified by Table 4-1.
Class
Usage
Range of maximum power used by the PD
0
Default
0.44 to 12.95 Watts
1
Optional
0.44 to 3.84 Watts
2
Optional
3.84 to 6.49 Watts
3
Optional
6.49 to 12.95 Watts
4
Not Allowed
Reserved for Future Use
Table 4.1 Device class
Class 4 is defined but is reserved for future use. A Class 4 signature cannot be provided by a
compliant PD.
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4.5 Tools
This function displays the PoE Injector Hub tools; include “Firmware upgrade”, “Configuration Setting”, “Configuration
Backup”, “Alert trap Configuration” and “System Reboot”. As showed in Figure 4-8.
Figure 4-8 Tools screen
Object
Description
Firmware Upgrade
Allow to upgrade firmware of PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.5.1.
Configuration Setting
Allow to configuration setting of PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.5.2.
Configuration Backup
Allow to configuration setting of PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.5.3.
Alert Trap configuration Allow to configuration the alert trap of PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.5.4.
System Reboot
Allow to reboot the PoE Injector Hub. Explained in section 4.5.5.
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4.5.1 Firmware Upgrade
This section provides firmware upgrade of PoE Injector Hub, after choose this function and the following screen appears in
Figure 4-9. Please press “Upgrade” button to continue following firmware upgrade process.
Figure 4-9 Firmware Upgrade screen
Please wait for two seconds and the page will show to next firmware upgrade web page, the screen in Figure 4-10 appears.
Figure 4-10 Firmware Upgrade screen
Please press “Browse” to locate the latest firmware of PoE Injector Hub that deposit in your PC and press “Upgrade” to
start the firmware upgrade process. The screen in Figure 4-11 appears.
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Figure 4-11 Firmware Upgrade screen
Do not power off the PoE Injector Hub until the update progress is complete.
Do not quit the Firmware Upgrade page without press the “Upgrade” button - after the image is
loaded. Or the system won’t apply the new firmware. Users have to repeat the firmware upgrade
processes again.
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4.5.2 Configuration Setting
This function allows backup and restore the current configuration of PoE Injector Hub, or reset the converter to factory
default. The description of the three items as follow and screen in Figure 4-12 appears.
■
Backup - To backup/save the current configuration to the storage block on this PoE Injector Hub.
■
Restore – To restore the previous backup configuration from the storage block.
■
Factory – To reset the PoE Injector Hub back to the factory default mode.
Figure 4-12 Configuration Setting screen
■
Backup
All current configurations (except IP Configuration and password setting) will save to PoE Injector Hub as backup once the
“Backup” button is pressed.
Figure 4-13 Backup screen
After the “Backup” button is pressed and success backup current configuration, the screen in Figure 4-14 appears
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Figure 4-14 Configuration backup successes screen
■
Restore
The PoE Injector Hub will restore to previous backup/saved configuration while the “Restore” button be pressed. And
please note that once the Restore button be pressed, Web interface will disconnected for a while. Reload the Web browser
to re-login the system.
Figure 4-15 Configuration restore screen
■
Factory Reset
The Factory Reset button can reset the PoE Injector Hub back to the Factory default mode. Be aware that the entire
configuration will be reset, and the IP address of the PoE Injector Hub will be set to “192.168.0.100”.
Figure 4-16 Factory Reset screen
Once the Factory Reset item is pressed, the screen in Figure 4-17 appears.
Figure 4-17 Factory Reset screen
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4.5.3 Configuration Backup
This function allows output the current PoE Injector Hub configuration as a file, and upload it to other PoE injector Hub for
quick multi-devices setting. The description of the procedure and screens in following appears. The screen in Figure 4-18
appears.
Figure 4-18 Configuration Backup screen
■
Configuration Download
All current configurations (except IP Configuration) will output as a configuration file once the “Download” button is
pressed, save the current configuration in manager workstation and the screen in Figure 4-19 appears.
Figure 4-19 File Download screen
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Figure 4-20 File save screen
Figure 4-21 File save screen
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■
Configuration Upload
Click the “Browse” button of the Configuration Backup Web page, the system would pop up the file selection screento
choose saved configuration. The screen in Figure 4-22 appears.
Figure 4-22 Windows file selection screen
Select on the configuration file then click “Upload”, the system would pop up the Upload Configuration confirm screen
and in Figure 4-23 & 4-24 appears.
Figure 4-23 Configuration Upload screen
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Figure 4-24 Configuration Upload screen
Then the following Configuration file Uploading screen appears in Figure 4-25. When the Web login screen appears, please
re-login Web interface of PoE Injector Hub for previous system configuration.
Figure 4-25 Configuration Uploading screen
The Configuration Backup function only appears on POE-1200P2 / POE-2400P4.
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4.5.4 Alert Trap Configuration
This function displays the PoE Injector Hub alert trap configuration; include “enable” or “disable” the trap mode and set
the alert IP address. As showed in Figure 4-26.
Figure 4-26 Alert Trap Configuration screen
Object
Description
Trap mode
Can choose enable/disable to get the trap.
Alert IP address
Assign one IP address of host to get SNMP trap.
Trap event
Can choose which event can send the SNMP trap. The trap events include:
…
Cold Star
…
Login Fail
…
Password changed
…
IP Changed
…
PoE Alert
PoE SNMP Trap event
• PoE Port On
PoE port is supplying the power to the PD
• PoE AC Disconnect Port Off
PoE port was turned off, due to AC Disconnect function
• PoE DC Disconnect Port Off
PoE port was turned off, due to DC Disconnect function
• PoE Overload Port Off
PoE port off due to overload event
• PoE Short Circuit Port Off
PoE port off due to short circuit event
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4.5.5 System Reboot
This function displays the PoE Injector Hub system reboot. As showed in Figure 4-27.
Figure 4-27 System Reboot screen
4.6 Logout
Press this function; the Web interface will go back to login screen. The screens in Figure 4-28 and Figure 4-29 appears.
Figure 4-28 Logout dialogues screen
Figure 4-29 Login screen
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5. POWER OVER ETHERNET OVERVIEW
What is PoE?
Based on the global standard IEEE 802.3af, PoE is a technology for wired Ethernet, the most widely installed local area
network technology adopted today. PoE allows the electrical power necessary for the operation of each end-device to be
carried by data cables rather than by separate power cords. New network applications, such as IP Cameras, VoIP Phones,
and Wireless Networking, can help enterprises improve productivity. It minimizes wires that must be used to install the
network for offering lower cost, and less power failures.
IEEE802.3af also called Data Terminal equipment (DTE) power via Media dependent interface (MDI) is an international
standard to define the transmission for power over Ethernet. The 802.3af is delivering 48V power over RJ-45 wiring.
Besides 802.3af also define two types of source equipment: Mid-Span and End-Span.
„
Mid-Span
Mid-Span device is placed between legacy switch and the powered device. Mid-Span is tap the unused wire pairs 4/5
and 7/8 to carry power, the other four is for data transmit.
„
End-Span
End-Span device is direct connecting with power device. End-Span could also tap the wire 1/2 and 3/6.
PoE System Architecture
The specification of PoE typically requires two devices: the Powered Source Equipment (PSE) and the Powered Device
(PD). The PSE is either an End-Span or a Mid-Span, while the PD is a PoE-enabled terminal, such as IP Phones, Wireless
LAN, etc. Power can be delivered over data pairs or spare pairs of standard CAT-5 cabling.
How Power is Transferred Through the Cable
A standard CAT5 Ethernet cable has four twisted pairs, but only two of these are used for 10BASE-T and 100BASE-T. The
specification allows two options for using these cables for power, shown in Figure 2 and Figure 3:
The spare pairs are used. Figure 2 shows the pair on pins 4 and 5 connected together and forming the positive supply, and
the pair on pins 7 and 8 connected and forming the negative supply. (In fact, a late change to the spec allows either polarity
to be used).
Figure 1 - Power Supplied over the Spare Pins
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The data pairs are used. Since Ethernet pairs are transformer coupled at each end, it is possible to apply DC power to the
center tap of the isolation transformer without upsetting the data transfer. In this mode of operation the pair on pins 3 and 6
and the pair on pins 1 and 2 can be of either polarity.
Figure 2 - Power Supplied over the Data Pins
When to install PoE?
Consider the following scenarios:
• You're planning to install the latest VoIP Phone system to minimize cabling building costs when your company moves into
new offices next month.
• The company staff has been clamoring for a wireless access point in the picnic area behind the building so they can work
on their laptops through lunch, but the cost of electrical power to the outside is not affordable.
• Management asks for IP Surveillance Cameras and business access systems throughout the facility, but they would rather
avoid another electrician's payment.
References:
IEEE Std 802.3af-2003 (Amendment to IEEE Std 802.3-2002, including IEEE Std 802.3ae-2002), 2003 Page(s):0_1-121
White Paper on Power over Ethernet (IEEE802.3af)
http://www.poweroverethernet.com/articles.php?article_id=52
Microsemi /PowerDsine
http://www.microsemi.com/PowerDsine/
Linear Tech
http://www.linear.com/
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6. THE POE PROVISION PROCESS
While adding PoE support to networked devices is relatively painless, it should be realized that power cannot simply be
transferred over existing CAT-5 cables. Without proper preparation, doing so may result in damage to devices that are not
designed to support provision of power over their network interfaces.
The PSE is the manager of the PoE process. In the beginning, only small voltage level is induced on the port's output, till a
valid PD is detected during the Detection period. The PSE may choose to perform classification, to estimate the amount of
power to be consumed by this PD. After a time-controlled start-up, the PSE begins supplying the 48 VDC level to the PD, till
it is physically or electrically disconnected. Upon disconnection, voltage and power shut down.
Since the PSE is responsible for the PoE process timing, it is the one generating the probing signals prior to operating the
PD and monitoring the various scenarios that may occur during operation.
All probing is done using voltage induction and current measurement in return.
Stages of powering up a PoE link
Stage
Action
Volts specified
per 802.3af
Volts managed
by chipset
Detection
Measure whether powered device has the correct signature
resistance of 15–33 kΩ
2.7-10.0
1.8–10.0
Classification
Measure which power level class the resistor indicates
14.5-20.5
12.5–25.0
Startup
Where the powered device will startup
>42
>38
Normal operation
Supply power to device
36-57
25.0–60.0
6.1 Line Detection
Before power is applied, safety dictates that it must first be ensured that a valid PD is connected to the PSE's output. This
process is referred to as "line detection", and involves the PSE seeking a specific, 25 KΩ signature resistor. Detection of
this signature indicates that a valid PD is connected, and that provision of power to the device may commence.
The signature resistor lies in the PD's PoE front-end, isolated from the rest of the the PD's circuitries till detection is certified.
6.2 Classification
Once a PD is detected, the PSE may optionally perform classification, to determine the maximal power a PD is to consume.
The PSE induces 15.5-20.5 VDC, limited to 100 mA, for a period of 10 to 75 ms responded by a certain current consumption
by the PD, indicating its power class.
The PD is assigned to one of 5 classes: 0 (default class) indicates that full 15.4 watts should be provided, 1-3 indicate
various required power levels and 4 is reserved for future use. PDs that do not support classification are assigned to class
0. Special care must be employed in the definition of class thresholds, as classification may be affected by cable losses.
Classifying a PD according to its power consumption may assist a PoE system in optimizing its power distribution. Such a
system typically suffers from lack of power resources, so that efficient power management based on classification results
may reduce total system costs.
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6.3 Start-up
Once line detection and optional classification stages are completed, the PSE must switch from low voltage to its full voltage
capacity (44-57 Volts) over a minimal amount of time (above 15 microseconds).
A gradual startup is required, as a sudden rise in voltage (reaching high frequencies) would introduce noise on the data
lines.
Once provision of power is initiated, it is common for inrush current to be experienced at the PSE port, due to the PD’s input
capacitance. A PD must be designed to cease inrush current consumption (of over 350 mA) within 50 ms of power provision
startup.
6.4 Operation
During normal operation, the PSE provides 44-57 VDC, able to support a minimum of 15.4 watts power.
Power Overloads
The IEEE 802.3af standard defines handling of overload conditions. In the event of an overload (a PD drawing a higher
power level than the allowed 12.95 Watts), or an outright short circuit caused by a failure in cabling or in the PD, the PSE
must shut down power within 50 to 75 milliseconds, while limiting current drain during this period to protect the cabling
infrastructure. Immediate voltage drop is avoided to prevent shutdown due to random fluctuations.
6.5 Power Disconnection Scenarios
The IEEE 802.3af standard requires that devices powered over Ethernet be disconnected safely (i.e. power needs be shut
down within a short period of time following disconnection of a PD from an active port).
When a PD is disconnected, there is a danger that it will be replaced by a non-PoE-ready device while power is still on.
Imagine disconnecting a powered IP phone utilizing 48 VDC, then inadvertently plugging the powered Ethernet cable into a
non-PoE notebook computer. What’s sure to follow is not a pretty picture.
The standard defines two means of disconnection, DC Disconnect and AC Disconnect, both of which provide the same
functionality - the PSE shutdowns power to a disconnected port within 300 to 400ms. The upper boundary is a physical
human limit for disconnecting one PD and reconnecting another.
DC Disconnect
DC Disconnect detection involves measurement of current. Naturally, a disconnected PD stops consuming current, which
can be inspected by the PSE. The PSE must therefore disconnect power within 300 to 400 ms from the current flow stop.
The lower time boundary is important to prevent shutdown due to random fluctuations.
AC Disconnect
This method is based on the fact that when a valid PD is connected to a port, the AC impedance measured on its terminals
is significantly lower than in the case of an open port (disconnected PD).
AC Disconnect detection involves the induction of low AC signal in addition to the 48 VDC operating voltage. The returned
AC signal amplitude is monitored by the PSE at the port terminals. During normal operation, the PD's relatively low
impedance lowers the returned AC signal while a sudden disconnection of this PD will cause a surge to the full AC signal
level and will indicate PD disconnection.
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7 TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter contains information to help you solve problems. If the Device is not functioning properly, make sure the
Ethernet Injector Hub was set up according to instructions in this manual.
What is the power output of each IEEE 802.af PoE port?
Solution:
Each PoE port supports 48VDC, 350mA, max 15.4 watts power output. Detect and inject by the standard of IEEE
802.3af.
How to let my non IEEE 802.3af network devices can work with POE-series Injector Hub?
Solution:
You can use PLANET Power over Ethernet Splitter, such as PLANET POE-151S to work as a power transformer
between POE Injector Hub and non IEEE 802.3af devices. Two types of POE-151S are available for different voltage,
5V DC and 12V DC.
The PoE LED is not lit
Solution:
Check the cable connection between POE Injector Hub and IEEE 802.3af device.
Why I connect my PoE device to POE-series Injector Hub and it cannot power on?
Solution:
1.
Please check the cable type of the connection from POE Injector Hub to the other end. The cable should be an 8-wire
UTP, Category 5/5e, EIA568 cable within 100 meters. A cable with only 4-wire, short loop or over 100 meters, all will
affect the power supply.
2.
Please check and assure the device that fully complied with IEEE 802.3af standard.
3.
The POE Injector Hub is a Mid-Span PSE device, please make sure the connected PD supports PoE power input via
RJ-45 pin 4/5(+), 7/8(-). If the connected PD supports power input only from 1/2(+), 3/6(-), it will not be powered on.
My network device can use both PoE and power adapter, how do I use the device to work with
POE-series Injector Hub?
Solution:
No need to use power adapter when the device work with POE Injector Hub.
Once the POE Injector Hub power off, you can use the power adapter to support power to your device. The network
connection pass through POE Injector Hub is still available to backend switch.
Will the PLANET PoE Injector burn / damage the non-PoE device or Pre-Standard PoE device?
Solution:
The PLANET PoE PSE (Power Source Equipment) device complies with IEEE 802.3af standard. It will enter line
detection mode and measure whether powered device has the correct signature resistance. It will not energize the
unused pairs unless an 802.3af compliant PD (Powered Device) signals the PSE that it is ready to receive power.
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APPENDIX A
A.1 MDI Settings
The Medium-Dependant Interface (MDI or RJ-45) serves as the data/power interface between Ethernet elements. As such,
it has two optional connection methods, to carry the power. named Alternative A & B. Table 1 details the two power feeding
alternatives.
Pin
Alternative A
1
Vport Negative
2
Vport Negative
3
Vport Positive
Alternative B
4
Vport Positive
5
Vport Positive
6
Vport Positive
7
Vport Negative
8
Vport Negative
Table -1 Alternative Table
Delivering power through an RJ-45 connector’s center tap (“Phantom Feeding”) guarantees that bi-directional data flow is
maintained, regardless of a module’s power status.
A.2 Power Device Classification values
Class PD Current – Classification Period PD Power – Operation Period
Note
[mA]
[W]
0
0–4
0.44 – 12.95
Default
1
9 – 12
0.44 – 3.84
Optional
2
17 -20
3.84 – 6.49
Optional
3
26 – 30
6.49 – 12.95
Optional
4
36 - 44
Future use
Future use
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A.3 DATA OUT PoE Injector RJ-45 Port Pin Assignments
„
PIN NO
RJ-45 SIGNAL ASSIGNMENT
1
Output Transmit Data +
2
Output Transmit Data -
3
Receive Data +
4
Power +
5
Power +
6
Receive Data -
7
Power -
8
Power -
A.4 RJ-45 pin assignment of non-802.3af standard PD with PD with Mid-Spain POE Mid-Span
RJ-45 assignment
Pin out of Cisco non-802.3af standard PD
out of POE Mid-Spain
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1
RX+
2
RX-
3
TX+
4
VCC+
5
VCC+
6
TX-
7
VCC-
8
VCC-
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1
RX+
2
RX-
3
TX+
4
VCC-
5
VCC-
6
TX-
7
VCC+
8
VCC+
Pin
Before you powered PD, please check the RJ-45 connector pin assignment follow IEEE 802.3af standard, otherwise you
may need change one of the RJ-45 connector pin assignment, which attacted with the UTP cable.
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APPENDIX B
B.1 Power over Ethernet Compatibility test
No.
PDs
PoE Output
Note
1
[PLANET POE-151S-12V] + [PLANET ICA-500]
9.6W
2
[PLANET POE-151S-12V] + PLANET ICA310
6.4W
3
[PLANET POE-152S-12V] + [PLANET ICA-500]
7.3W
4
[PLANET POE-151S-5V] + [Sparklan A+G AP]
5.7W~7.6W
5
[PLANET POE-151S-12] + IR338
5.1W
LED Off
6
[PLANET POE-151S-12] + IR338
13.5W~14.3W
LED On
7
PLANET VIP-155PT
3W
8
PLANET VIP-154PT
4.9W~5.6W
9
PLANET VIP-550PT
4~4.5W
10
PLANET WAP-4060PE
4.3W
Standby
11
PLANET FSD-803PE
2.2W
Standby
12
PLANET IVS-110
6.1W
Standby
13
PLANET ICA-510
4.2W
Standby
14
PLANET ICA-700
3.7W
Standby
15
PLANET ICA-750
5.2W
Standby
16
PLANET ICA-107P
5.1W
Standby
17
PLANET ICA-310
11.2W
Standby
Standby
2080-A31120-007
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EC Declaration of Conformity
For the following equipment:
*Type of Product: 12-Port IEEE802.3af Injector Hub
*Model Number:
POE-1200 / POE-1200P2
* Produced by:
Manufacturer‘s Name :
Manufacturer‘s Address:
PLANET Technology Corp.
11F, No. 96, Min Chuan Road,
Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
is herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council Directive on the
Approximation of the Laws of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive on (89/336/EEC).
For the evaluation regarding the EMC, the following standards were applied:
Conducted / Radiated
Harmonic
Flicker
Immunity
ESD
RS
EFT/ Burst
Surge
CS
Magnetic Field
Voltage Disp
EN 55022
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
EN 55024
EN 61000-4-2
EN 61000-4-3
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
EN 61000-4-6
EN 61000-4-8
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(1998 + A1: 2000 + A2: 2003, Class A)
(edition 2: 2000)
(1995 + A1: 2001)
(1998 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2003)
(1995 + A1: 1998 + A2: 2001)
(2002 + A1: 2002)
(1995 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2001)
(1995 + A1: 2001)
(2004)
(1993 + A1: 2001)
(1994 + A1: 2001)
Responsible for marking this declaration if the:
⌧ Manufacturer
Authorized representative established within the EU
Authorized representative established within the EU (if applicable):
Company Name:
Planet Technology Corp.
Company Address:
11F, No.96, Min Chuan Road, Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C
Person responsible for making this declaration
Name, Surname
Kent Kang
Position / Title :
Product Manager
Taiwan
Place
5st Dec., 2008
Date
Legal Signature
PLANET TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
e-mail: sales@planet.com.tw
http://www.planet.com.tw
11F, No. 96, Min Chuan Road, Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Tel:886-2-2219-9518 Fax:886-2-2219-9528
EC Declaration of Conformity
For the following equipment:
*Type of Product: 24-Port IEEE802.3af Injector Hub
*Model Number:
POE-2400 / POE-2400P4
* Produced by:
Manufacturer‘s Name :
Manufacturer‘s Address:
PLANET Technology Corp.
11F, No. 96, Min Chuan Road,
Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
is herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council Directive on the
Approximation of the Laws of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive on (89/336/EEC).
For the evaluation regarding the EMC, the following standards were applied:
Conducted / Radiated
Harmonic
Flicker
Immunity
ESD
RS
EFT/ Burst
Surge
CS
Magnetic Field
Voltage Disp
EN 55022
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
EN 55024
EN 61000-4-2
EN 61000-4-3
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
EN 61000-4-6
EN 61000-4-8
EN 61000-4-11
(1998 + A1: 2000 + A2: 2003, Class A)
(edition 2: 2000)
(1995 + A1: 2001)
(1998 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2003)
(1995 + A1: 1998 + A2: 2001)
(2002 + A1: 2002)
(1995 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2001)
(1995 + A1: 2001)
(2004)
(1993 + A1: 2001)
(1994 + A1: 2001)
Responsible for marking this declaration if the:
⌧ Manufacturer
Authorized representative established within the EU
Authorized representative established within the EU (if applicable):
Company Name:
Planet Technology Corp.
Company Address:
11F, No.96, Min Chuan Road, Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C
Person responsible for making this declaration
Name, Surname
Kent Kang
Position / Title :
Product Manager
Taiwan
Place
5st Dec., 2008
Date
Legal Signature
PLANET TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
e-mail: sales@planet.com.tw
http://www.planet.com.tw
11F, No. 96, Min Chuan Road, Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Tel:886-2-2219-9518 Fax:886-2-2219-9528
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