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ComNet 1 Channel 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Repeater

SKU: CNFE1RPT/PD

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          ComNet 1 Channel 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Repeater

          The ComNet CNFE1RPT is an Ethernet repeater supporting up to 60 watts of Pass-through PoE, providing a simple and cost-effective way to extend Ethernet signals beyond the standard Ethernet 328 foot (100 meter) limit. The CNFE1RPT can be used to double the distance to 656 feet (200 meters) or multiple units can be combined in series with each unit providing an additional 328 feet (100 meters). The CNFE1RPT is powered by pass-through PoE from a PoE switch or midspan injector, requiring no local power. Low power consumption ensures that maximum power is made available to the remote PD device. Available in standard configuration, which passes through the PoE to the next device, or as a /PD model, which acts as the final PoE unit in the chain and does not pass through the PoE, providing maximum flexibility for all design scenarios. The compact tube design allows for direct installation within conduit or other small enclosures. A mini size unit is also available for surface mounting, or DIN rail mounting with use of the sold-separately DINBKT4 adaptor.

          Product Type: Network Repeater
          Environmentally Friendly: Yes
          Environmental Certification: WEEE
          Country Of Origin: United States
          Product Series: CNFE1RPT[/PD][/M]
          Brand Name: ComNet
          Form Factor: Rail-mountable
          Manufacturer: ACRE
          Product Name: 1 Channel 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Repeater
          Manufacturer Part Number: CNFE1RPT/PD
          Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.acre-co.com
          Limited Warranty: Lifetime

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