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Laird Technology PoE 90-264V AC, Output 24V DC at .8A 19W

$‎26.40 $‎43.82
  • SKU: POE-24i
  • Manufacturer: Laird Technologies
  • Datasheet: Download
  • Availability: 3 In Stock    (updated live)
$‎26.40 $‎43.82

Specifications POE-24i

Input Voltage90 – 264 VAC @ 47 – 63 Hz
Input Current0.3 A @ 120 VAC 0.2 A @ 230 VAC
Inrush Current<15 A peak @ 120 VAC <30 A peak @ 230 VAC
Efficiency70% Min.
Output VoltagePOE-48i 48 VDC @ 0.50 A POE-24i 24 VDC @ 0.8 A POE-24iR 24 VDC @ 0.8 A POE-18i 18 VDC @ 0.9 A POE-12i 12 VDC @ 1.3 A
Output Ripple1% Max
Switching Frequency200 KHz Typ
Line Regulation+/- 0.5%
Load Regulation+/- 1%
Operating Temperature-10 to +60°C
Storage Temperature-20 to +85°C
Operating Humidity5% to 90% non condensing
Size (L x W x H)3.25 x 3 x 1.5 in (83 x 76 x 38 mm)
Weight5.2 oz (147 gm)
AC ConnectorIEC-320 C6 (Supercom SC-14)
Data IN Conn.RJ45 Shielded Socket
Data/POE OUT ConnRJ45 Shielded Socket
LED(Amber) Green
Surge ProtectionCommon Mode
Clamping Voltage11 V Data, 775 V Power
Max Surge Discharge Current1200 A (8/20 uS) Power
Peak Pulse Current36 A (10/1000 uS) Data
Shunt Capacitance<5 pf Data
Response Time<1 nS

Laird Technologies POE-24i

Laird Technologies POE-24i POE 90-264VAC, Output 24VDC at .8A 19W

The POE-xxi is an advanced power supply / power inserter. The power supply is autoranging on the input and has a regulated voltage output. It has overload and short circuit protection in addition to Ethernet surge suppression builtin. The POE-xxi is not a proprietary unit. It will function with any equipment which is compliant with the IEEE 802.3af POE standards. For all “i” models the power is supplied on ethernet pins 4/5 (V+) and 7/8 (V-). For the “iR” models the power is supplied on ethernet pins 4/5 (V-) and 7/8 (V+). The POE-xxi come complete with a standard North American 115VAC power cord. International cords are available upon request. A Current Indicator (-CI) model is available. The LED will be AMBER until >35mA current flows to the end device which will turn the LED to GREEN. This is a good way to remotely monitor the connection between the POE and the end device and indicate that the end device is turned on. To order this model add a “–CI” suffix to the standard part number. Using power over ethernet to power remote devices has several advantages


  • The power supply can be centrally located where it can be attached to an uninterruptible power supply.
  • The user has the ability to easily power on reset the attached equipment from a remote location.
  • There is no need to run additional power cabling to the device as power can be supplied over the CAT5 ethernet cable.


  • Remote routers, access points and bridges
  • Remote networking equipment
  • SOHO equipment
  • IP camera systems
  • 400MHz to 10GHz systems
  • IP phone systems