Summary: This PoE injector does not have the required "punch" to power a D-Link DAP-2660 Wireless Access Point with a Cat6 23AWG cable run of about 100 ft. It would power the WAP for a while and then clients would complain about getting Out of Range warnings and their connection would go dead. A power cycle would temporarily correct the problem.
Works perfectly, easy to setup and has good distance
Red Lightning "It isn't impossible, you just ..., Amazon
27 October 2014
Summary: Setup is simple, plug it in and you are done. My cable runs are between 50 and 200' long and this PoE injector works perfectly. I get great throughput. If you need to install a device in a location where a power connection doesn't exist, this makes that simple. Install your ethernet connected device, plug this in and you are done.
Summary: Just remember you need the POE10 splitter on the far end to take the 5v,9v,12v, off to the device. I was happy to know that it came with a 48v power supply and a cat5 cable. There is a better savings if you buy both the injector and splitter together @ Walmart , I think $24. best bargain I could find.
Compact and provides power over Ethernet - brilliant!
M. Winchester, Amazon
11 July 2014
Summary: I got this to provide power over Ethernet for a monitoring camera and it does just that. It requires AC power and you just plug the Ethernet cable from the network on one end and the Ethernet cable to the camera on the other - plug it in, and your camera has power - simple as that.
Summary: I've only used consumer grade routers (that have some sort of AP functionality built in) so when I received my Meraki MR12 I wanted to do things right and use POE. I'm too cheap to buy the Meraki approved POE injector so I went with this product instead. And I have to say that I'm not disappointed.
Summary: I'm using this in conjunction with a 50 foot Ethernet cable going to a Dahua IP Camera that is PoE compliant (no PoE receiver/splitter required). It works amazingly, never had an issue. It's EXTREMELY convenient to use this instead of running an extra power line, which would be needed where no power outlet is available. Very good price and crazy fast shipping too (thanks to Prime).
Summary: I only have one POE device (a security camera), so I went with this single injector solution. Works exactly as promised, which is as simple as it could be. Connect the injector to your router, connect the injectors AC wall adapter, and then connect the device via an Ethernet cable. Viola, the device gets both power and network from a single cable. Its been running for about 60 days without any problems for me.