Intermec MobileLAN - PoE splitter - 48 V - for Product Details
Intermec's MobileLAN power is a plug and play LAN hardware product set that delivers electrical power to the access points on a wireless LAN over existing Ethernet cables, without workarounds or compromise. It is a cost-saver not only for the warehouse or factory sharing data from terminals, but also for the office LAN supporting laptop users as they roam through the enterprise. Running AC power to access points can represent over half the cost of installing a wireless LAN. MobileLAN power lowers WLAN installation costs significantly by eliminating the expense of installing separate power cables. This is especially valuable when access points need to be mounted in hard-to-reach places. It also saves on the cost of local AC adapters.MobileLAN power makes network management easy to monitor because all port interfaces and LED displays are on the front panel. In conjunction with a centralized UPS it delivers clean, reliable, uninterrupted power to access points and other devices. It's an intelligent network device which can be managed and configured remotely, and which allows remote power cycling of access points. Because it works in tandem with an existing Ethernet or Fast Ethernet switch, and connects using standard Category 5 cabling, MobileLAN power preserves the existing LAN or Ethernet cable infrastructure. Over the same lines that deliver power, an interrogation detects power-enabled devices and supplies them with inline power immediately, but automatically protects non-power-enabled devices from receiving power for which they are not equipped. Future investments are also provided for. MobileLAN power is fully SNMP supportable and supports 10/100Mb networks. Multiple power bridges can be added to the wiring cabinet to support more access points as requirements evolve. Intermec's MobileLAN power system consists of an Ethernet switch, a power bridge (or a power-enabled Ethernet switch) that serves as the power source, and a number of power-enabled data terminals.