Summary: I purchased this product after looking its descriptions and it looks nice. but after purchased it didn't boost any speed of internet, it is the same as earlier. When i contact on DLink website on tech support for the proper installation and what i did is right or not they never replied it is almost 10 days and the funny things we cannot contact them over the phone we have to write them E-Mail. Don't buy this product. It is wastge of money.
Pros: Work great for intended use. Gets ya power to those remote locations. This was a replacement set for a LAN I inherated...one of the POE's was fried. I could smell it burnt when I sniffed it up close. I cracked open the case and it was an obvious overheat/burnout. Didn't damage my eqpt tho. Plugged in a new set and all was well in cyber land.
Cons: None so far...except I replaced a burnt out set. Hopefully this set will not fry...
Pros: Unit is simply Plug and Play - no configuration necessary. You just plug one end into your power, connect an ethernet cord to it, run the ethernet cable to wherever your second device needing the PoE is, connect the second adapter and use the special power from endpoint to input on your PoE device. Voila, you're done. I used these with a DLink 4000 series camera and it went together like a dream. Used it at a mill to overlook gas pumps that were being broken into. We ...
Cons: None. Although I recommend using some type of UPS to introduce your power into the network if possible. Without it, you will introduce any power problems your environment may have right to the endpoint.
Pros: This product works exactly as advertised. For around 6 months I've tested it out with a Axis 207 network surveillance camera operating at 5.1V and it has worked flawlessly. Recently I started using the POE adapter on an Axis 210 which is capable of operating at 7-20V. Switching the adapter to 12V and powering the Axis 210 for 3+ months now, it worked flawlessly.
Cons: If running multiple POE Adapters, you'll have to organize the wiring a bit and find room for all of the power bricks.
Cons: Beware! This unit predates the IEEE 802.3af standard and is *not* compatible with it. Unlike standard injectors, this injector applies 48V power continuously to pairs 1 & 4, so you also need 4-pair cable even at 10/100 Mb/s.