• Neutrik introduces the NPS-30W PoE Injector

    Neutrik, supplier of connectivity solutions for audio, video, and data, has announced the debut of the NPS-30W PoE injector. The NPS-30W is the world’s first PoE injector made for harsh stage conditions, according to the brand, featuring a lockable powerCON TRUE1 TOP power connector and etherCON network connectors.

    Neutrik’s NPS-30W PoE injector can be used with any network device that requires a PoE supply. As a passive power sourcing equipment (PSE) device, the NPS-30W acts like a classic power supply, requiring no power negotiation with attached powered devices. The NPS-30W’s 48 V DC, 30 W power output enables it to provide power simultaneously to, for example, up to four NA2-IO-DPROs in daisy-chain mode. The NPS-30W’s data rate is 1 Gbps.

    The NPS-30W PoE ships with a rugged rubber cover for throwdown applications. Optional mounting devices allow the NPS-30W to be integrated into racks, trusses, and podiums and tables.

    The Neutrik NPS-30W PoE Injector is expected to be available Q3, 2020. List price will be around the €200 mark in Europe including tax.
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