Moxa Introduces the ‘Inj-24A’ Gigabit High-Power Injector

Unit doubles electrical power to 60W for outdoor use
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Moxa, a provider of networking, communication and computing solutions, introduces the INJ-24A Gigabit High-Power Power Over Ethernet Plus Injector, which can transmit both data and up to 60 watts of power to any public domain or power over Ethernet device.
Without the injector, the INJ-24A was able to run power over Ethernet devices with minimal compatibility obstacles, but it could only deliver 30 W, Moxa says. With the injector, the INJ-24A is capable of transmitting 60 W of power to any public domain or power over Ethernet device, enabling up to 1,000 networks to safely operate with twice the power of conventional PoE+, the company says.
Internet protocol cameras, wireless access points or radio frequency modems sometimes required added wattage for heating units or integrated wipers, and many PoE connections are not robust enough to withstand static discharge, extreme temperatures, power surges and other environmental punishments, which necessitated the creation of the NJ-24A injector.
The Moxa injector was purpose-built for conditions where conventional injectors fail, ensuring a consistent stream of data and power, even with power fluctuations, static electricity and other sources of electromagnetic interference, the company says.
Media connections are reinforced with protection against power surges of up to 3 KV, and heat-efficient housing enables the INJ-24A to operate in temperatures ranging from minus 104 degrees Fahrenheit to 167 degrees Fahrenheit, according to Moxa. The built-in 24/48 VDC booster also enables it to operate on either 24 VDC or 48 VDC, the company says.
In addition, the smart PoE light emitting diode indicators on the INJ-24A enable the system operator to identify whether the PoE port is supplying power and which power supply mode is active.
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