Power Over Ethernet (PoE) Auxiliary Power Output


Overview

The Power Over Ethernet (PoE) access control panels below have the capability to supply 12Vdc for readers and auxiliary devices inclusively. This is achieved by way of their respective terminal blocks (TB).

    Maximum Available Power 12Vdc
Model Terminal Block PoE PoE+ Local
LP-1501 TB4 625mA 1.25A 1.25A
LP-1501 Plus TB4 625mA 1.25A 1.25A
EP-1501 TB4 650mA N/A 650mA
EP-1501 Plus TB4 650mA N/A 650mA
MR-62E TB4 660mA 1A 1A
MR-51E TB5 650mA N/A 650mA

Wiring Examples

A couple of examples of auxiliary devices include a DC door strike or a PIR motion detector.

DC Door Strike

Use the transient clamping shown below to protect the relay contacts and to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI emissions). Always protect against accidental overloads by wiring in an inline fuse to the C (common) side of the relay as shown below.

DC Door Strike

PIR Motion Detector

PIR Motion Detector


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