Alternative Power

The EZR13 extender can also use the other power sources like PoE switch and 12~24volt DC power.

3.1.5 -PoE Switch

You can use a IEEE802.3af/at standard PoE switch to power up the extender. Connect the extender to one of the PoE ports on the PoE switch.

4-Port Gigabit PoE Switch 🔗

3.1.6 -12-24 Volt Power

The DC socket on the EZR13 extender can take DC power from 9-Volt to 48-Volt.

If your PoE power source is 12~24 volt, use a PoE splitter to separate the LAN and DC jack, then connect the DC jack to DC socket on the EZR13 motherboard.

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