It supports PoE (IEEE 802.3af) and provides up to 15.4W of power per UTP port. It also converts 10/100/1000BASE-T UTP to 1000BASE-X fiber. Because it is Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE), it can link faraway PoE devices via your standard Ethernet cable. The converter operates in extreme temperatures of -40° to +65° C and is ideal for powering PDs such as security cameras, wireless access points, security cameras, building access devices, and automation equipment in harsh environments. It is especially useful at powering devices in hard-to-reach locations with limited access to AC power outlets, such as ceilings, closets, even the factory floor. The cost of running electrical power to each device is eliminated by sending power over the Ethernet cable. Other features include link modes, which can propagate link faults from fiber to copper and copper to fiber. A PoE power reset function disables the power output in the case of a link failure on the receiving end. This gives the powered device two seconds to re-initialize. These compact media converters can be tabletop mounted, wall-mounted, or DIN-rail mounted using an optional DIN-rail mounting kit. They can also be mounted on a 1U 19" rackmount shelf. This product is covered by one or more of the following: United States Patent Nos. 7,457,250; 8,902,760; and/or 9,019,838.