What is it – A UCTRONICS PoE splitter to split the PoE signal into 5V USB-C power supply and gigabit Ethernet in RJ45 so that non-PoE devices can be powered over Ethernet.
What is PoE – Deliver power and data with a single Ethernet cable for fewer wall plugs and messed cables. Extend powerline to where no AC outlets are nearby, up to 300 feet away from the power source
Why PoE to USB-C – A cost-effective way to add plug-and-play PoE support to 5V USB-C powered devices and make full use of PoE switches, or for a Raspberry Pi 4 setup where a PoE HAT is not applicable
What else needed – You need an IEEE 802.3af compliant PoE switch or injector to serve as the PSE (Power Source Equipment) and an Ethernet cable with PoE signal to feed the splitter.
Note – 1. This splitter does not support PD or QC fast charging protocols. 2. This splitter provides a maximum output of 2.4A with its 802.3af compliance. Check B07V35DH5F for power-hungry applications. 3. Just put the split Ethernet aside if you don’t need the data. 4. The Split Ethernet cable does not carry power anymore.