Single connector - ethernet. And have selectable PoE: either 48V 802.3af or 24V passive ...It would also be nice to have a power supply (24V/48V DC) with builtin power-line communications bridge. So to connect any MT device (Router, Switch, AP, ...) to this network. It would have two connectors: DC out and Ethernet. Just swap the orginal power supply against this new one and connect the additional LAN port to your MT device.
Hi Normis,Sold single, so you can purchase any number of them, depending on what you plan to build.
I was told that this product won't be coming to the UK as MikroTik have no interest in marketing this product in the UK.
Can you hook it up to a short cable convertor, naturally suitable for your environment?
+1 I would also be interested to know if there will be a UK optionI've just contacted one of my distributors regarding availability and delivery in the UK. I was told that this product won't be coming to the UK as Mikrotik have no interest in marketing this product in the UK.
Can someone from Mikrotik please confirm if this is the case? I've repeatedly asked for a delivery date on this thread with no reply.
Different countries/regions have different frequencies that Powerline kit can run on, or notches may also be cut out depending on local regulations etc. Running one with a band plan from a different country might be sub optimal or cause interference.Can you hook it up to a short cable convertor, naturally suitable for your environment?
You mean this?What I don't understand is why they didn't update the powerline chipset from circa 2012 to at least circa 2015 as already noted by several 10/100/1000. Adding a more recent av2 standard or H.gn standard with the wifi on many mikrotik units the QCA9533 chip and ROUTEROS, would result in a much more attractive product.
Manufacturers don't like that as much as you do, because they would have to manufacture several different types for usage across the world, and also would have to comply with several regulations applying to power products.PWR-LINE PRO looks interesting. However I'd love to see a version that is mountable in place of a standard power socket (in a case similar to wsAP ac lite). Possibly even with the power pass-through.