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SL Power Electronics launches new injectors - Power Leads and Extentions

SL Power Electronics has launched a new range of injectors and gigabit injectors for power over Ethernet applications.

The Gigabit-compatible devices are suitable for systems requiring up to 40W.

SL's Ault Pent 1040A/B/C/D range offers users the ability to transmit power through standard RJ45connectors and over RJ45 leads and the new technology complies with power of Ethernet standards.

According to the firm, power over Ethernet has become more popular as voice over internet protocol (VoIP), security systems and wireless networking access points have proliferated.

The range supports voltages ranging from 100V all the way up to 250V AC and a load diagnostic LED on the devices indicates whether it is in use.

SL Power Electronics is a leading manufacturer of networking equipment for the medical industry and operates globally.

It has four subsidiary companies, which design, manufacture and market its technology and the firm's leading brands include Condor and Ault.ADNFCR-1186-ID-19118014-ADNFCR

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