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June 30, 2022

Procet New PoE to USB-C Adapter

Procet New PoE to USB-C Adapter

After more than 7 months of research and development by the engineers of the Procet R&D Department, the Procet PoE to USB-C series adapters are finally available! Let's look into their details now.


What is PoE to USB-C Adapter Connector:

A PoE Splitter splits the PoE signal into the USB-C power supply and Ethernet so that non-PoE devices can be powered over Ethernet. Procet produces 2 product types PoE to USB-C splitter: power + data, power only, adding Power over Ethernet support to series USB-C devices. PoE splitters save USB adapter wall plugs, extend the power line to where your Ethernet cable reaches, and make full use of the extra PoE ports by converting them to USB-C power supply.


Supply Both Power + Data over One USB-C Cable

Procet New PoE to USB-C Adapter


The PT-PTC-D-BT provides up to 60W power and 100Mbps data rates, the adapter is compatible with USB2.0 and 3.1, which will provide the exact amount of power to the end device automatically. It is good to connect with small PCs/Next Unit of Computing (NUC), interactive information kiosks, smart monitors, tablets, laptops, mobile phones, and other USB-C-powered devices consuming up to 60W.


3 Models that Supply Power Only

Procet New PoE to USB-C Adapter


What Can PoE to USB-C Converter Do:

Raspberry Pi 4 PoE HAT alternative - When your PoE HAT of Raspberry Pi 4 over Ethernet is not applicable. Procet PoE to USBC adapter can be another way. You can check the power consumption of the mobile devices and pick a suitable converter.


Extend Your Powerline with Ethernet Cable - PoE helps you deliver power to places where AC outlets are not around with a long Ethernet cable. Procet PoE splitters can power 10/23/60W USB-C devices with a PoE source 300 feet away.


Make Full Use of Your PoE Switch / PoE Injector - PoE splitters extend the possibilities of PoE switches - The other end of the PoE port does not have to be a 48V PoE device like a security camera, it also could be a not-PoE device like a Raspberry Pi 4.

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