Charge your iPad using PoE

Sept. 18, 2012
FSR says its USB-to-PoE module meets Apple's iPad charging standards.

A module from FSR enables users to charge an iPad using Power over Ethernet. The USB-to-PoE module "meets the Apple iPad charging standards," FSR says, "and can be used standalone, with a table box, or with the iPad holder."

FSR adds that the module can fit neatly behind another of its new products - the iPad holder. The holder mounts to a standard two-gang wall box. The USB-to-PoE module easily can fit inside the two-gang box behind the mount, FSR notes.

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