Waveshare PoE Ethernet / USB HUB HAT for Raspberry Pi Zero

WaveshareSKU: RB-Wav-267
Manufacturer #: 19635

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Description

  • Waveshare PoE Ethernet / USB HUB HAT for Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Designed for Raspberry Pi Zero (Not Included)
  • Comes with 10M / 100M auto-negotiation RJ45 port
  • 802.3af-compliant
  • Fully isolated SMPS (Switch Mode Power Supply)
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi Zero Series

The Waveshare PoE Ethernet / USB HUB HAT for Raspberry Pi Zero is a PoE (Power over Ethernet) USB HUB HAT designed for Raspberry Pi Zero.

By using this small HAT and some proper 802.3af-compliant power sourcing equipment, it is possible to provide both network connection and power supply for your Raspberry Pi in only one Ethernet cable, along with 3x extended USB ports.

Waveshare PoE Ethernet / USB HUB HAT for Raspberry Pi Zero - Click to Enlarge

Note: The Raspberry Pi Zero, LCD display, and MicroSD card is NOT included.

  • 1 x PoE/ETH/USB HUB HAT
  • 1 x USB HUB Board
  • 1 x Screws pack
  • 1 x Screwdriver

Waveshare PoE Ethernet / USB HUB HAT for Raspberry Pi Zero - Click to Enlarge

Size

  • 23.10 x 65.00 mm (L x W)
  • POE Power Input: 37 ~ 57 V DC in
  • Power Output: 5 V 2.5 A DC out
  • Network Standard: IEEE 802.3af-compliant PoE
  • Weight: 0.063 kg

Customer Reviews

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Brian
Well-built, works well, but watch out for gadget mode!

The product is well built, just as pictured. Arrives with no documentation, and what's present on the manufacturer's website is basically nothing. PoE worked right away, but it took some experimentation to get the hub and ethernet to appear. I had previously used gadget mode, which prevented the built-in USB hub from being detected by the Pi Zero. Once I removed the gadget mode configuration, everything appeared on boot and has worked with no additional modifications.

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Marshall
Good Product

Works as described

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