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POE 2.4 Amplifier || Wireless

1 Watt Amplifier with POE- 2.4 GHz
RadioLabs now offers our 1-Watt amplifier with a POE injector to provide power over CAT5 cable for the Amplifier. Both the amplifier and POE injector are commercial grade and offered at a great price.

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1-Watt POE Amplifier

Includes POE injector.
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  • Bi-directional amplifier for IEEE 802.11B/G and Super G Dual Band compatible.
  • POE power injector included.
  • Automatic gain control to minimize the signal distortion
  • Wide transmit input level, +5dBm to +20dBm
  • Low noise amplifier with system noise figure 3.5 dB
  • Universal 110/220 AC auto switching ACm
  • Lighting protection
  • Industrial standard N-Female type connector

Commercial Grade Quality - Consumer Grade Price!

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The RadioLabs Amplifier with POE injector offers great flexibility for installations where long coax cable runs would otherwise be needed. Just run your AP, Router, or Bridge by CAT5 into the POE injector, CAT5 from the injector to the amplifier, and then connect an antenna to the amplifier.

Minimize signal loss! By being able to power the 1-Watt amplifier over CAT5 you only need a short run of cable to connect to the antenna. This not only lowers the cost of an installation, but offers a performance boost by reducing signal loss over coax cable.

It also eliminates the need to put an AP, Router, or Bridge near the Amplifier or Antenna.

In any installation it is important to have fail-safe equipment. This amplifier of the highest quality, manufactured in the US , and is engineered to handle harsh elements. The amplifier and POE units are the simplest and most cost effective solutions for outdoor access point installations without having to worry about cable length.

All Buffalo products currently listed on our site will work with all amplifiers currently listed on our site.

No WiFi amplifier should be used with any wireless device (AP, Router, or Bridge) that has an output of 100mW or more. These units will damage the amplifier and will effectively void any and all warranties. If you need to determine that a product will not put out more power than 100mW please contact the manufacturer.

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Click here to see a hook-up diagram of this Amplifier and POE Injector.

Amplifier POE Hookup

Note: Coaxial cables, APs, Routers, Bridges, and CAT 5 cables are not included. For cable information, please go here..

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Model # 1WAM-POE
1-Watt Industrial Wireless Amplifier
Operating Conditions
Temperature Range
Normal: -10°C ~ +50°C
Extreme: -30°C ~ +70°C
5% to 100% RH
Storage Temperature -40°C ~ +90°C
Supply Voltage AC 100V~240V
50/60Hz DC 12V/1A
Electrical Conditions
Access Method DS/TDD
Operating Frequency 2.4GHz ~ 2.5GHz
Spurious Emission 30MHz ~ 1 GHz : -36dBm(max.)
1GHz ~ 12.75 GHz : - 30dBm(max.)
Transmitter Specifications
Tx output power variation 25°C: 30dBm ±1dB(Pin=13dBm)
-30°C: 30dBm ±2dB(Pin=13dBm)
70°C: 30dBm ±2dB(Pin=13dBm)
Tx output power vs. Input
30dBm ±1dB(Pin=7~20dBm)
30dBm ±2dB(Pin=7~20dBm)
30dBm ±2dB(Pin=7~20dBm)
Tx ACPR ±11MHz -30°C ~ +70°C: 30dBc (max.)
TX on/off control time 30°C ~ +70°C: 5us (max.)
Receiver Specifications
Rx Gain -30°C ~ +70°C: 10dB(min.)
Rx Gain Flatness 25°C: ±1dB
-30°C: ±2dB
70°C: ±2dB
Rx Noise Figure -30°C ~ +70°C: 3.5dBm (max.)
Rx Third Intercept Point -30°C ~ +70°C: 30dBm (max.)
Rx Return Loss -30°C ~ +70°C: 14dB(min.)
Rx on/off control timing -30°C ~ +70°C: 2us (max.)
Current Consumption
Tx Current 1000mA (max.): -30°C ~ +70°C
Rx Current 130mA (max.): -30°C ~ +70°C
Package Contents 1. 1-W Booster Amplifier
3. POE Power Injector
5. 110/220 AC, 12V/1A DC Adapter
Item # 1WAM-POE
Price: $358.95
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