802.3at PoE Gigabit Injector (1 Port) User Manual

802.3at PoE Gigabit Injector (1 Port) User Manual
LPJ001A-T
802.3at PoE Gigabit Injector, 1-Port
BLACK BOX
Exceeds the 802.3at standard.
®
Use with IP telephones, wireless access
points, IP print servers, IP cameras,
and Bluetooth® access points.
1. Specifications
Compliance: cUL/UL®; RoHS
Load (Maximum): 0.60 A
Regulation: Line and load: 54–57 VDC under all
conditions
Connectors: Data in: (1) RJ-45 (10/100/1000);
Data/PoE out: (1) RJ-45 (10/100/1000);
Power: (1) IEC 320 (3-pin)
Insert a screw to
secure the unit
to a surface
Insert a screw
to secure the unit
to a surface
Figure 1. Location of metal feet on the power injector.
Indicators: (3) LEDs: (1) ON, (1) PoE PLUS, (1) CONNECT
Power: AC input voltage range: 90–264 VAC;
AC input voltage rating: 100–240 VAC, 47–63 Hz;
Output: 33.6 W at 56 VDC
Size: 1.4"H x 2.6"W x 5.5"D (1 x 6.6 x 14 cm)
Weight: 0.4 lb. (0.2 kg)
Data in
IEC-320 power connector.
Back panel.
Front panel.
2. Overview
The LPJ001A-T is a high-powered Gigabit power injector
that conforms to the IEEE 802.3at power standard.
As defined in 2009, this standard allows for a minimum
of 25 W of power to operate with PoE equipment over
a single Ethernet cable.
Use the LPJ001A-T with IP telephones, wireless access points, IP print
servers, IP cameras, and Bluetooth access points.
3. Setting Up Your Power Injector
NOTE: Use CAT5e or higher Ethernet cables (not included).
1. Using screws, affix the metal feet on the front and/or rear to a
flat surface such as a table or wall. See Figure 1.
NOTE: The power injector should not use the weight
of the Ethernet cables for support.
Customer
Support
Information
Power and
data out
Figure 2. Ports on the power injector.
2. Connect the 3-pin IEC320 AC input connector to a
power source. Power on the injector.
3. Using CAT5e or higher cable, connect the RJ-45 port
on the injector labeled “IN” to your network switch.
See Figures 2 and 3.
4. Connect the RJ-45 port labeled “OUT” on the injector over
Ethernet cable to the powered device. See Figures 2 and 3.
5. The LEDs will light to diagnose the connection. See Tables 1
and 2.
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AC input
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Power and data
to powered
device
4. Description of LED Functions
Table 1. LEDs and their functions.
LED
State
Function
Figure 3. Cable connections
to the power injector.
Data input from
network switch
Description
ON, PoE PLUS, All three LEDS light
Power up
CONNECT LEDs
Upon power-up, all three LEDs will light for two seconds, as
part of the self-test for the internal microprocessor software. ON LED Lights green after
DC output two seconds
voltage available
After two seconds, the ON LED will light green, indicating that
the DC output voltage is available for powering an 802.3at
PoE compliant load.
CONNECT
Lights green
LED
802.3at load
is attached
This green LED lights when a compliant load is attached to the output RJ-45 connector.
Blinking
802.3at load If the load does not comply with 802.3at PoE standards,
is not attachedthen the LEDs will blink a code indicating that the load
was not detected. See Table 2 for code descriptions.
PoE PLUS LED
Lights green
Class 4 PD load detected
If the load is classified as Class 4 PD, the PoE PLUS LED
will light.
Off
Load not classified
as Class 4 PD
If the load is not classifed as Class 4 PD, the PoE PLUS LED
will stay off.
Table 2. Failure detection codes.
Code Name
Description
1
Incorrect resistive signature
The green CONNECT and red PoE PLUS LEDs blink three times.
2
Incorrect capacitive signature
The green ON LED blinks three times.
3
Incorrect V offset
The green CONNECT and green ON LEDs blink three times.
4
Unstable current measurement
The green ON LED blinks three times.
5
Low voltage sensed during detection (overload) The green PoE PLUS LED blinks three times.
NOTE: After the LEDs blink three times, the power injector will continue to try to detect a valid load. Until the correct load is applied, the LEDs
will continue to blink. If an open circuit is connected to the output RJ-45 connector, then the LEDs will not blink but the power injector will
continue to try to detect a valid load.
If a fault, such as an overload or short circuit, is detected, then all three LEDs will blink five times in three seconds, and then go off as the
power supply tries to re-detect a valid load. The LED will indicate what is wrong with the load with the codes listed in Table 2.
LPJ001A-T, version 2
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