1-Input to 4-Outputs Gigabit PoE+ Extender

The ENFORCER Gigabit PoE+ Extenders connects PoE cameras, IP access control, IP speakers/intercoms, IP telephony, or other PoE devices using a single Cat5e or Cat6 cable to extend data and power.

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  • Extends the range of PoE devices an additional 328ft (100m) with Cat5e cables or higher
  • Maximum extended range of up to 984ft (300m) using two extenders
  • Connects 10/100/1000BASE-T PoE devices including IP cameras, IP access control, VOIP, IP speakers/intercoms, etc.
  • Supports up to gigabit transmission rates
  • Passive operation – no external power required and easy plug-and-play installation
  • Automatically detects PoE equipment and protects from damage due to faulty installation
  • Surge protection for both data and power ports
  • 4 Output ports for up to 4 PoE devices
Connections PoE In: 1x Shielded RJ45
PoE Out: 4x Shielded RJ45
Transmission range – 656ft (200m) Power Input: 15W, Power Output: 4-port<11.1W Power Input: 30W, Power Output: 4-port<19W Power Input: 60W, Power Output: 4-port<40W Power Input: 90W, Power Output: 4-port<40W
Data link Both pin 1/2, 3/6 and 4/5, 7/8
Power link Pin 1/2(+), 3/6(–) up to 12W/4 PSE, 25W/2 PSE
Network cables Shielded Cat-5e or higher
Ethernet speed 10/100/1000 Mbps half/full duplex
PoE standard IEEE 802.3af,
IEEE 802.3at,
IEEE 802.3bt
(4 pairs, 60W)
LED Indicators Power: Yellow
PoE: Yellow
Data link: Green, steady
Data transmit: Green, flashing
Operating humidity 90% (maximum, non-condensing)
Operating temperature 14°~113° F (-10°~45° C)
Dimensions 4-11/16″x1-1/8″x3-3/8″ (119x28x85 mm)
Weight 8.8-oz (250g)

*The maximum range depends on the actual operating conditions, PoE device power requirements, and the type of PoE device. Cat5e/6 Ethernet cables are recommended.
†Can be used outdoors with an IP66 sealed box and weather-resistant UTP cables.

Product Information sheet (PI)



  1. Ensure that all devices are turned on
  2. Ensure that the PoE device is functioning by plugging it directly into the PoE switch, computer, etc.
  3. Double-check that the cables were connected properly
  4. Run a continuity test on all wires in the cable
  5. Equipment at both ends must be at the same link speed, 10BASE-T with 10BASE-T, 100BASE-T with 100BASE-T, etc.
  6. Replace with a higher-grade cable for better performance
  7. Ensure that cable lengths are within the allowable range and consistent with the remote PoE device power consumption and reduce cable length as needed
  8. No more than 2 PoE extenders may be used
  9. Check that power consumption is within the specifications
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