Overpriced. A mulitple port injector box is more cost effective.
15 January 2015
Summary: The injector works but it is overpriced. It's purpose was to power an IP camera which it has been doing. But it costs $20. An actual power supply for the camera is only $8, and maybe $5 for an extension cord if one is needed. It is more cost effective to buy an injector with multiple ports on it if you have to have a POE injector. There are 4 port injectors available for $40 or $50, which puts the cost for each injector in the $10 range.
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!
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.