Calrad 72-501 Keystone Insert - USB Type A Low Voltage Charging System Powered Over UTP Cable

ITEM #: CLRD-72-501 MFG #: 72-501

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    72-501 - Overview

    Calrad's 72-501 USB Powered Keystone Insert is an expandable system that provides a simple and inexpensive solution for powering USB type devices such as iPads, iPhones, etc. remotely using standard Cat5e, Cat6 UTP cabling, conversion of (12-15Vdc to 5Vdc). Several units can be cascaded in series or parallel and powered from a single high current power supply or ran independently using a single low current power supply. 4 Position terminal blocks provide 12Vdc in and out for easy connection to a local wall plate or to be extended to additional wall plates. The 72-501 Keystone inserts incorporate intelligent circuitry to provide the proper charging current for any device attached, up to 3 amps max.

    Please Note: The output current depends on the distance of the Cat5e, Cat6 cable and the amount of pairs used. 15Vdc power supplies will provide more current over longer distances.

    • Specifications:

      • UTP Cable Termination: 4 Pin Solderless Terminal Block, accepts 20AWG-24AWG cables.
      • USB Termination: Female type `A' jack
      • Output Current: 1-3 Amps, depending on the device attached, cable length, DC Current, Voltage 12-15Vdc
      • Input Voltage: 12-15Vdc
      • Power Supply Options: 45-602, 2A 12Vdc: 45-608, 5A 12Vdc: 45-608-HG, 6A 12Vdc
      • Housing: White ABS Plastic
      • Circuit Protection: Over voltage, USB Short Circuit
      • Size: L-1.42" x W-0.57" x H-0.64" (Low Profile Design)
      • Color: White
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