Our Low Voltage Power System (PoE) supplies power and an optional wired internet connection to your tablet kiosk.
Designed for kiosks that are stationed without power outlets nearby, our Low Voltage Power System provides a solution that can easily be installed by anyone - without using bulky extension cords or hiring an electrician to install a new outlet.
The blue kiosk module is secured inside the kiosk enclosure and connects to the tablet through one of the connector options supplied with the module.
The green remote module is plugged into a standard 110 volt AC wall outlet and can be located anywhere up to 328 feet (100 meters) from the kiosk. For projects with existing infrastructure or the need to connect multiple kiosk modules to a single source, a standard 802.3af PoE switch can be used instead of the green remote module.
The kiosk module and remote module are connected using standard Ethernet cables (Cat5, Cat6, or Cat7 with RJ-45 connectors), allowing you to use existing cable infrastructure or buy the exact length you need at any hardware store.
We currently offer solutions for Lightning and micro-USB connectors through the website. For USB-C connectors compatible with 2018 iPad Pro models, please contact us directly.
If your tablet supports a wired Ethernet connection, you can also use the data ports to supply internet to your kiosk. Data is delivered separately from power through a standard RJ-45 connector.
Tablets and phones compatible with a 5 volt, 10 watt power supply & supporting the one of the following power connections:
Low Voltage Power System is not compatible with Microsoft Surface Pro 4 core M3 versions or the Microsoft Surface Book.
Batteries and other charging accessories on our site are covered by a 1 year warranty.
No warranty or liability of any kind for attached devices. External surge protection is required for any situation where lightning or ground loops may occur.