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Product Overview#

The X-PoE powered device serves as an interface for various sensors and has 6 GPIO channels for common switch interfaces or relay controls integration. With XPD-IP's powered external data bus, XPD-IP can integrate with a host of sensor technologies like motion, light, temp, humidity, air quality, etc... The XPD-IP has a full network stack and uses well established technologies like MQTT to integrate with the LUUM.IO controls system at large. XPD-T2IP-Gs powerful hardware interfaces with all common lighting control sensors, all while providing 2 channels of X-PoE lighting and dimming power. The PD takes the RJ45 connection from an X-PoE port and converts it to two separate channels, each with a pair of positive (+) and negative (-) conductors. These channels are used for powering LEDs or other compatible devices. The PD is capable of providing a total power output of up to 120W1.


Dimensions 67.3 mm x 52.1 mm x 26.8 mm
(2.7 in x 2.1 in x 1.1 in)
Weight 0.05 kg
(0.11 lbs)
Interfaces (1) RJ45 X-PoE Input Port
(2) Individually Controlled X-PoE Lighting LED +/- Terminal Pairs2
(1) RJ11 External Sensor Input
(6) Dry Contact (GPIO) channels
Power Input 48VDC to 57VDC Input From X-PoE Port3
Maximum Power Consumption 120W (at 57VDC) With Both Channels Fully Loaded At 100%4
Environment Operating Temp: 0°C to +40°C (32 to 104°F)
Storage Temp: -20 to +40°C (-4 to +158°F)
Humidity: 10% to 90% (non-condensing)
Warranty 5 Years

Top Panel#

The XPD-IP rear panel is shown below:

Top Panel

  1. Button/Indicator light
  2. Channel 1 Output (+ / -)
  3. Channel 2 Output (+ / -)
  4. 6 Channels of Dry Contact Input for switch inputs or generale GPIO

Rear Panel#

The XPD-IP rear panel is shown below:

Rear Panel

  1. X-PoE Power and Data input
  2. Sensor Data port for connecting to Motion, Light, Temperature and Humidity sensor

  1. Maximum 120W per port with a 57V input, see D1.2 - Output Power Range

  2. 2 channels per port, 67W per channel with a 57V input. 

  3. PD must be powered by an X-PoE lighting controller. 

  4. X-PoE port must be configured properly.