NOTE: If you have a Peplink from one of our bundles, these do not support PoE natively and this power supply will NOT work. Transit or Max series routers do NOT support PoE power supply input. Furthermore Peplink access points DO NOT support 56v power input from the DC port. A 12v power adapter is required and you can use a 12v Ac adapter, or a 12v barrel connector to connect to your house batteries to power an access point. If you wish to use PoE we recommend you look at the 8 port PoE Switch that has DC power inputs for mobile installations. This will let you power PoE devices while using 12-48v house batteries as your power source rather than needing to run an inverter. Link to switch here.
PoE or Power over Ethernet typically runs at 48 volts. Certain Peplink devices such as the Peplink Pepwave Max HD2 have the ability to power PoE devices using this optional power adapter. This kit enables use of up to four 802.3af PoE output ports to run wireless access points, splitters, IP cameras, desk phones and other low-power network equipment. It contains a 48V power supply that gives the router the extra power it needs to run other devices. As of Hardware Gen 6 (HD2) you do not require a license key to activate the PoE ports.
Compatible with MAX BR1 ENT, MAX HD2 (hardware revision 6 only), HD2 with MediaFast, HD4, 700, and MediaFast 200