6 inch Power Over Ethernet (PoE) Cable - 2pcs/set

PI Part #: POE-CABLE-1

6 inch Power Over Ethernet (PoE) Cable - 2pcs/set

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6 inch Power Over Ethernet (PoE) Cable - 2pcs/set

Transfer power and data through Cat5e or Cat6 Ethernet cables. The cable receives power and data via a RJ-45 connector and the cable splits to an Ethernet cable and a power cable that extends 6 inches. Send power over the Ethernet through this reliable cable while you continue the use of the Internet so that one can save time, energy, and space.


  • Includes adapters for both ends
  • Allows Cat5 cables to carry power and 10/100 data simultaneously
  • Combines DC power input and network data jack on one end
  • Splits out DC power connector and network data jack on receiving end
  • Pass-thru power
  • Maximum range for power: 100ft-130ft
  • Typical applications include IP cameras and other devices that require power and network connection
  • Pinout Data: wires 1, 2, 3, 6
  • Pinout Power: wires (4 & 5),(7 & 8)
  • Examples of network input: router, computer
  • Data Rate: 10/100 Mbps
  • Network RJ45 Cable: TIA/EIA 568 Cat5/5e
  • Standard 2.1mm DC jack
  • 2 pair wires for data and 2 pair wires for power

DC Plugs & Jacks:

  • 2.1 x 5.5 x 12mm Bakelite

Product Diagram

Other PoE Examples

UPC: 091324326037

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
(California law requires this warning to be provided to California customers)

Operating Temperature0°C ~ 40°C
Storage Temperature-40°C ~ 70°C
Operating Humidity5% ~ 90%RH
Storage Humidity5% ~ 90%RH

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trichno on 10/26/2016

does the job

As it happens, the POE pinout for these cables matches that used by Ubiquiti for their POE. Simple matter to snip the coaxial power jack off and use them as a power injector for Ubiquiti. Would work the same way for the older Cambium PmP equipment, just watch your polarity. It's a good cable, works fine for the purpose, and less expensive than alternative methods I've used in the past. **DISCLAIMER** I do not suggest you do this unless you know what you are doing- voltages, pins, pairing, and polarity. I'm not responsible if you botch the job and destroy something.

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