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We’ve had several customers ask about using PoE splitters to power RLE devices, so we asked our Engineering Team to look into PoE options.  They researched and tested a wide variety of devices and have recommend two PoE solutions.  RLE does not stock or sell these PoE devices, but you can be assured that they have been thoroughly tested for compatibility with RLE products as specified below.

Our Engineering Team adds one very important note regarding PoE and RLE products: Due to the power requirements of the RLE devices you must make sure your PoE Switch is PoE+ (802.3at) compliant.  The PoE+ standard allows for up to 25 watts of power delivery to end devices.  If your switch is not PoE+ compatible you will not be able to power RLE’s controllers using a PoE splitter.

The following devices have been tested for use with the designated RLE products:

Isolated PoE Option –  PoE Texas 24V POE splitter

NOTE: This splitter IS isolated and will work with the LD2100, LD1500, LDRA6, WiNG-MGR, and WiNG-MGR v2.

Parts you’ll need:

Non-Isolated PoE Option – Phihong 24V POE splitter

NOTE: This splitter is NOT isolated and will only work with the WiNG-MGR and WiNG-MGR v2.
Parts you’ll need:

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