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10 Gbit LAN filter

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The filter is powered from an external supply via a power connector. It will auto-negotiate to all standard rates  and chooses the fastest data rate supported by both end points (including 10M, 100M, 1000M, 2.5G, 5G and 10GBASET Ethernet). It's also backwards compatible with previous ethernet standards.

Data is passed from one Ethernet jack to another while radiated and conducted interference and noise is eliminated. Filtering is bi-directional.

A POE source or power injector and a POE sink complying with the IEEE 802.3bt standard can negotiate through the filter to supply power at up to 100 Watts. Power passing through the unit is filtered from 100 MHz to 40 Ghz as well. The POE is capable of transferring up to 1 A per pair.

Electrical Specifications
Data Pairs (4 Pair) 
Auto-Negotiates all Base T Data Rates
10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, 1000 Mbps, 2.5 Gbps, 5 Gbps, & 10 Gbps
Isolation (All Lines) 100 MHz ~ 40 GHz >100 dB
Data Line Balanced Impedance 100 Ω Typical
Power 12 VDC, 1.5 A Max
POE Pass-Thru 48 to 60 VDC, 1 A Max per Pair
Indicator LEDS Power: Lit when Power is Active
Link Status (Pipe Side): Lit when Data is Being
Link Status (Non-Pipe Side): Lit when Data is Being
POE Pair B: Lit when POE is Active
POE Pair A: Lit when POE is Active
Link Status LED Color (Indicate Link Speed) 10 Mbps: Red
100 Mbps: Green
1000 Mbps: Dark Blue
2.5 Gbps: Yellow
5 Gbps: Purple
10 Gbps: Light Blue
Connectors RJ-45-8P8C Jack
Power Connector 2.0 or 2.1 x 5.5mm Barrel Jack Connector 12 VDC Nominal Input, 12 W Max
Mounting 1 1/4 -18 UNEF – 2A Threaded Pipe 1” Long with Flanged Nut
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