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802.3bt PoE <=150W
24VDC Input 70W Output High-power PoE Injector with Overload Protection

MIT-20G-4856D2NN

48VDC Input 70W Output High-power PoE Injector operation temperature -40C~+70C

Country of Origin:
  • Taiwan
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Key Specifications/Special Features
  • INPUT :
    • Input Voltage: 36Vdc to 72Vdc Normal = 48V 
    • Input Current: 1.82A at 48Vdc @ Full Load 
  • OUTPUT : 
    • Output voltage and current:  +56V1, +56V2 
    • Max load: 0.625A
    • Power: 35W maximum
    • Minimum load: 0.01A
    • Load regular percentage: 5%
    • Line regular percentage: 1%
    • Ripple percentage: 1%
    • Noise percentage: 1%
    • Total power: 70W
    • Noise bandwidth is from DC to 20Mhz. Ripple & Noise is measured by Paralleling a 0.1uF metalize capacitor on the test point. 
    • Output up to 70W at 40C. De-rate output power by 1W for every 1 deg C rise above 40C up to 70C. Example: 60W at 50C, 50W at 60C.
  • Efficiency:  80% min at Full Load , 36Vdc ~ 72Vdc Input Voltage 
  • Protection:
    • Short Circuit Protection
    • Output Short GND Terminal will not damage the Power Supply and will Auto-Reset
    • Input with Fuse Protection.
    • Safety Standard : meet UL1950, CSA 22.2 & TUV EN60950-1
    • EMC : meet FCC Class B , EN55022 Class B
    • Over Current :  120% ~ 160% @48VDC Input F.L
    • Input Reverse Protection------NO Work 
  • General description
    • Operating temperature: -40 to 70 degree Celsius
    • Storage temperature: -40 to 85 degree Celsius
    • Operating humidity: 5% - 90% non-condensing
    • Free air cooling
    • SIZE : 125*72*38 (L)*(W)*(H) unit: m/m
    • DIN rail mountable : DIN rail clip kit optioned
    • RJ45 Pin Assignment: @1000M 
    • RJ-45 PoE input (data only) and RJ-45 PoE output (data and power)
  • Indicates:
    • the LED on top cover light GREEN when Power Ready 
    • the LEDs on right RJ45 light GREEN when powering is OK, the left LED ON means the spare pairs powering, the right LED ON means the signal pairs powering. 
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